Assam Tchokball team felicitated in Kokrajhar
Kokrajhar: State players of the Assam Tchokball team was accorded warm welcome and felicitated at Kokrajhar rail station on Thursday here in Kokrajhar who were participated in the 9th national sub-junior and junior girl’s championship 2018-19 recently concluded in Navi Mumbai of Maharastra.
Assam team’s girls won second prize in junior and got third prize in the sub-junior boys respectively showcasing attractive performances in the chmapionship.
The championship was held at Navi Mumbai on and from November 16-18 with three long programme scheduled where 17 states participated which was organised by Indian Tchokball Federation in association with Maharastra Tchokball Association.
State players along with two winning trophies reached in Kokrajhar rail station by Kamrup express train by this afternoon where each of player was accorded warm welcome and feliciation with traditional Aronai and gifts.The players were proceded to association office with a rally via JD Road.
Assam team presented attractive sporting talent and received huge applause from the audience during the chmapionship.
Secretary of the Assam Tchokball Association Ashok Goyary extended his welcome and sincere thanked to all players who have showcase beautiful and attarctive sporting competition in the championship.He said that Assam team will participate in the scheduled senior national tchokball championship to be in Assam by the first week of December.He has appreciated the state players and urged the team members to be dedicated while participating the national events to win heart of the national championship.
5 Feb 2015 - 11:03am | AT News
The CBI probe into the Saradha scam reached a crucial phase after the country’s premier investigation agency arrested Matang Sinh.
Union home secretary Anil Goswami had to lose his job for allegedly trying to protect the former Union minister for the last couple of months.
Singh is believed to have made some sensational revelations to confirm the nexus with a number of political leaders and top bureaucrats in the multi crore scam.
CBI is set to book two more powerful Congress political leaders who were interrogated two months back.
13 Apr 2008 - 1:36am | Monjib Mochahari
As the world wakes up to the call of letter ‘T’, the letter ‘B’ in India has electrified a fresh worrying factor to the People’s Republic of China. Well, it’s a marriage of between ‘T’ and ‘B’ round the clock, inflaming the headlines of newspapers and most news channels for the last couple of weeks. What is this 'B' factor?
Come, April 17, filmi celebrities Amir Khan, Saif Ali Khan and former 400m runner Milkha Singh and master-bluster Sachin Tendulkar will definitely be part of the Olympic torch relay squads. But the country will miss its biggest soccer superstar Bhaichung Bhutia. But why?
Bhutia’s gesture “of standing by the people of Tibet and their struggle” is nothing; but a straight shot at the right time for the right cause, needs to be appreciated. He is all set not to be part of the Olympic torch relay. His decision to boycott the Olympic torch relay though completely surprised the Indian sports fraternity has walked an extra-mile practising the Biblical version ‘love thy neighbours’ -to sympathize with his distant suffering brethren. Some may called it a mix of sports with politics. Whatever the comments made by different personalities be, though disappointing quite a few political heroes, the fact is ‘tricks of sports’ can be turned into a ‘good cause-politics’ if situation demands.
Violation of human rights in the tiny Himalayan Kingdom, does not need political justification from the Chines govt. , though it requires political solution. Let me agree with. The much talked-about hurly-burly Bhutia politics is not a fancy dress competition. There is something beyond that requires a deeper human reflection and recognition. His refusal to carry the Olympic torch comes from his consciousness and his ambiguous stand on the issue is to show the world that “what is happening in Tibet is not right” that cannot be neglected. No argument please. He has every right do it and harping a negative comment on his stand will go against the fundaments right of our constitution.
Despite the fact, the country’s failure to response positively to the people of Tibet is something ridiculous and treating Dalai Lama as a special guest, denying the principles he stands for, 'is' but a laughing-stock political gimmik. It’s a second downfall of India’s foreign policy. After showing desperate failure to support the democratic movement in Myanmar, once again the aroma of India’s politics is being tasted by the dragon politics. Lack of political consensus on the Tibet issue, putting their political interests above national interests is equivalent to no politics. Rather succumbing to Beijing politics, our government should find the truth from facts. Whatever the position of the Chinese government on Tibet be– a strong and powerful China will always remain a potential threat to India. A great danger, indeed our government should acknowledge with no doubt.
If India is home to the philosophy of ‘non-violence’, then truly, Bhaichung Bhutia’s stands on recent fierce crackdown in Lasha seems logical. No doubt, India has the responsibility towards its neigbhours. Mindless assertions of Tibet being an integral part China is not reasonable, but dozing the eternal burning fire of Mahatma Gandhi’s ideology of non-violence and surrendering to the Chinese hegemony and accepting the cultural genocide in the Himalayan Kingdom.
Any human action that is fuelled by belief and consciousness is a welcome move for some, while a dead blow to others. As the saying goes ‘every coin has two sides’, every opportunity too has two faces, sure - either you accept or just deny it. No doubt, our soccer star Baichung Bhutia has turned the rare opportunity into another opportunity for a cause, close to his heart.
The world would be a poorer place indieed, if people of courage like Bhaichung Bhutia does not make symbolic gestures for freedom and justice. When David’s soldier saw Goliath, they all said, ‘he is so big we cann’t kill him, but David said, ‘he is so big I cann't miss him’. Yes, it’s equally true for soccer star Bhaichung Bhutia too. Why should we doubt about Bhaichung Bhutia’s stand on Tibet?
12 Feb 2018 - 6:47pm | AT News
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court is not at all satisfied with the CBI probe into the secret killing cases in Manipur. A division bench of the country's apex court comprising Justice MB Lokur and Justice UU Lalit on Monday said that the premier investigation agency has not been probing the nefarious cases where Army, police and para military forces were involved in the extra judicial cases.
The bench further asked NHRC to dispatch a team of officials to help the SIT to complete the probe.
The bench observed that the status report has not seal of approval from CBI director which needs to be done in the next report.