Skip to content Skip to navigation

I-Day celebrated in Bhergaon sub-division

The 71st Independence Day of the country has been celebrated at various places in Bhergaon sub-division with gaiety.

At Kalaigaon: Ritottam Bora,AC,Udalguri hoisted the tricolor at Gandhi Bakori playgoound at Kalaigaon in presence of hundreds of people.On the occasion he paid homage to all who had sacrificed for the cause of India's freedom.He specially mentioned name of a few Freedom Fighters of Kalaigaon including late Pani Ram Das and Bongshidhar Sarma who had spend several years term in British prison.March Past and other cultural events were also organized.Three persons namely-Basundhar Deka, Lokeswar Deka.Saru Nath and two students namely Anjana Nath and Seema Sarma were felicitated for their excellence in respective fields.

At Bhergaon:At sub-divisional HQ Bhergaon DN Hazarika,ADC,Udalguri cum i/c SDO (Civil) hoisted the national flag at Bhergaon Uccha Bidyapith playground in presence of several thousand people.Eighteen numbers of contingents from schools,police and NGOs took part in the march past event to much delight of people present.On the occasion-Robin Gowala (social worker),Rupah Anand Hazarika,Gaurav Patowari,Dipankar Saha (meritorious students) and Taekwondo Master T.Sanchuma Narzary were felicitated for their excellent performance in social and academic fields.Jagadish Sarkar,Lwmsrao Daimari and Bonjar Daimari (BTC EMs);Maheswar Boro and Kamali Basumatari (MLAs);Nerson Boro Deputy Speaker,BTC Assembly also attended the ceremony.Earlier on August 14,various events namely-Freedom run,plantation of tree saplings, patriotic cycling,drawing and extempore speech competition,Kabadi and football matches were organized by the Bhergaon civil administration.

At Tangla:At commercial town Tangla,Lakhyajyoti Das,Circle Officer,Khoirabari Revenue Circle hoisted the national flag at Tangla HS school playground in presence of several thousand people.Seventeen numbers of contingents took part in the march past saluting the tricolor.In this event Arunodoi Academy,Tangla won first prize while UN Academy and Maharishi Vidya Mandir Tangla won second and third places respectively.The MVM,Tangla like the previous years celebrated I-Day in the school campus in the morning.Sanjeev Sarma,Principal MVM,Tangla hoisted the tricolor.

Author info

AT Staff Reporter's picture

Add new comment

Republish

Republish this content

Encounter atop Umrangsu: 3 killed

9 May 2012 - 2:17pm | editor

Three miscreants were killed and another was arrested at the end of a fierce encounter with security forces atop Umrangsu in Jayantia Hills district of Meghalaya on Tuesday. The encounter took place during an operation launched to rescue a minor boy a day after he was kidnapped in the hills district.


The gun battle took place a few hours after the minor boy’s father paid the miscreants a huge amount of Rs 50 lakh for safe release of his son. Police rescued the minor boy and arrested the main culprit.

Poaching poses serious threat to Kaziranga

25 Jan 2008 - 7:36am | editor
Kaziranga National Park, one of the world’s heritage site of late, is buying a bad name - safe haven of poachers, who have killed 21 one horn rhinos within a period of 13 months.

The abode of 1855 one horn rhinos, 86 leopards, 1431 wild buffalos,1246 elephants, several thousand deer, and over 500 species of colourful birds is facing a serious threat of extinction if this continues. Covering an areas of 860 square km, the park is riddled with inadequate arms to face the poachers, fund crunch to uplift it and lack of adequate workers besides the government’s lackadaisical attitude.

There are altogether 68 forest workers aged in between 51 to 60. What is more shocking is that one 9 out of 531 workers are physically capable to deal with the poachers. This is one reason why poaching is still going on.

The park authority has altogether 315 rifles. But for 439 workers. These rifles can be used from 20 metre away only. Of these, 250 rifles need to be repaired immediately and the park authorities are remaining idle.

Another area of concern is the grim fund crunch. The Kaziranga has not received Government fund from the 2005. As a result, 90 per cent if the cars belonging to the Park have been lying in a shamble. Sources here say the park is in the need of Rs 3,97,80,000 to be uplifted.

Sill the flood ravaged roads have yet to be repaired causing much inconvenience for the tourists And yet the Assam government has no fund to uplift these.


What further aggravates the situation is the government’s failure to recruit more workers. The park has one 21 mahuts to run 49 elephants. The anti poaching camps numbering 125 have been falling short of manpower.

Notably, the Kaziranga National Park received the world heritage site status but if it so happens it will be facing an extinction soon.

BJP workers seize Nagaland vehicle

BJP workers in Uriam Ghat seizing a vehicle from Chetiagaon on Thursday
14 Aug 2014 - 6:03pm | AT News

BJP workers in Uriamghat seized a vehicle belonging to a top NSCN-IM militant in full view of a CRPF patrolling party on Thursday.

The Maruti WagneR bearing No NL 07C 6233 was seized by a group of BJP workers from Chetiagaon at around 2 in the afternoon.

Talking to Assam Times, a BJP worker who took the lead to intercept the vehicle said that they came to see the car plying in the troubled –hit area at noon and that as they moved towards the vehicle, three persons managed to escape leaving the car on the road.

Some arms have been recovered from the vehicle in question which was later handed over to police. Investigation is going on.