Noted academician Karendra Nath Brahma passes away
Kokrajhar: Noted academician, former principal of Debargaon HS School, Policy Making Body (PMB) member of Bodoand People’s Front( BPF) party Karendra Nath Brahma passed away on Wednesday at a private hospital in Guwahati after prolong illness.
Brahma was admitted at the hospital in Guwahati on critical condition on September 26 following critical illness and continue to remain in ICU till his death.
He was first taken to a private nursing home at Kokrajhar town on September 24, but referred to Guwahati after he was detected urinary problem and kidney trouble.
Brahma, breathed his last on Wednesday at around 12.30 pm at Apollo Hospital in Guwahati due to prolong health deteriorate.He was 76. He leaves three daughters behind his wife.
He is widely known to people in the region and has respectable figure in the society and was associated with many social organisations.
Brahma was a noted intellectual, founder president of All Bodo Employee's Federation(ABEF), first chairnan of Central Selection Board(CSB), BTC, founder and Policy Making Body (PMB) member of BPF party and existing chairperson of Assam Wholesale Cooerative Society, Kokrajhar.
BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary expressed his deep condolence over his death and prayed for eternal peace. He said that BTAD region lost a great leader with his death.
Various organisation and political parties,apart from BPF party,ABWWF,ABEF,Goria Moria Desi Jatiya Parishad have extended deep condolence and mourned over his demise.
12 Oct 2014 - 11:00am | Hantigiri Narzary
The challenges of the girl child came up for a livelier discussion when an NGO observed the International Girl Child Day in Kokrajhar Saturday. The theme this year was Empowering Adolescent Girls: Ending the Cycle of Violence at Science College auditorium participated by hundreds of adolescents from across the district.
The speakers outlined the challenges faced by the adolescents in the present scenario and the measures to overcome those challenges. Adolescents from various places under Kokrajhar district actively participated in the event and performed dances, songs, speeches which attracted audience.
11 Jun 2017 - 9:04am | Shajid Khan
In a bid to encourage the ignited spirits of Tangla Jana Jagaran Society organised a felicitation programme for the meritious students who passed out HSLC at the Bor Tangla ME school on the outskirts of the town on Saturday.
The felicitation programme was graced as chief guest by Nilamoni Bora retired Principal of Tangla HS .The programme which was presided over by Santeswar Rabha President of the society was sponsored by P& D Enterprise co-ordinated by noted comedian and actor Bipul Rabha and Khoirabari Revenue Circle Officer Lakhya Jyoti Das.
The maiden speech on the programme was delivered by Ashim Roy. Speaking on the ocassion Nabin Ch. Bezbaruah said that the district is lacking behind in education sphere,not many students of the region make into competitive examinations.He urged the students to set definite goals and struggle to achieve them. He hailed Jana Jagaran Society and Dipen Das(Toppa) the propietor of P & D Enterprise for organising such an event.
Nilamoni Bora attending the programme as chief guest said ," Our society has been engulfed by anti-social elements.It is quite absurd to read incidents of Murder,rape ,molestation which grabs headlines in daily newspapers.
"All round develipment is the sole purpose of education. Today's youth has been gripped by three things Mobile ,Motor-bike and alcohol which has pushed them to edge of dangerous things.
Questioning the state govt. on its stance on dry state status to Assam he said," Chief Minister Sonowal boasts that it is Sankar-Madhavs' land ajd we should inspired by their teachings. But did they teach to drink alcohol. Why can't Assam be a dry state he questioned? Assam blessed with numerous revebue generating resources feom tea, oil is not depended on alcohol and wine shops and alcohol distillaries for revenue.He further said that the Politicians should not resort to such politics which which destroys the youth as there have been open sale of drugs and alcohol. Noted comedian and actor Bipul Rabha also spoke on the ocassion and entertained them.
In the felicitation programme as many as 130 students who passed out HSLC 2017 were feted with a mementos, phulam gamocha . The students also expressed their gratitude to the members of the society for feting them.
13 Jan 2010 - 10:48pm | editor
People thronged at the Ujan Bazar Fish Market in Guwahati, Assam on 13-01-10 early morning, the day of Uruka, a ritual organized during the Magh Bihu Festival. The magh bihu festival is the festival of harvesting, where people harvested their crops and then celebrate the joy with traditional way.
Photo: UB Photos.