U-14 school football at Baasugaon from Nov 27
Kokrajhar: Preparations have got underway to host 64th National School Games-2018 of football U-14 at Jawahar Navadaya Vidyalaya(JNV),Ranchaidham Basugaon in Kokrajhar with four day long programme scheduled from November 27.
Altogether 550 participants are participating from 31 states across the country in the mega school games,which was organised by School Games Federation of India(SGFI) to create sporting talents in the nation.The mega event will witness 62 matches during the four day scheduled and to be organised at six-grounds,apart from JNV groound,Goybari Jwhwlao Club ground,JSB Bangaldoba ground,Basugaon HS School ground,CDSA Kajalgaon ground stadium and Kashikotra HS School ground.
Speaking the reporters at a Press Conference held at JNV Ranchaidham on Sunday, Consultant of Navaday Vidyalaya Samiti(head quarter,Noida) Manikuntala Sarkar, Deputy Commissioner of Shillong Region JNV RK Gupta told that the school games will be organised with a scheduled manner. Sarkara said that necessary arrangements and preparations are over to accord warm welcome to the participants and officials of the event.She said that 29 referees and five extra officials from Assam fotball association have been deputed to meet healthy organise of the national event.
BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary will grace as chief guest on the inaugural day to inaugurate the national games.Assam Toursim minister Chandan Brahma,BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary,BK Singh,Commissioner of NavadayaVidyalaya Samiti are attending as guests.
10 Sep 2015 - 8:03am | AT News
Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma pins hopes on fresh mandate as BJP candidate from Jalukbari. But there is a chance for by poll in Jalukbari.
Talking to Assam Times, constitutional expert Dr CJS Das said any bye poll just one year before the assembly does not make sense. “Assam has only 6 or 7 months to go to the assembly polls---less than a year. Hence, bye poll is not required,” said Dr Das. He said same policy is applicable if other dissident MLAs who are preparing to join BJP.
Notably, Dr Sarma is preparing to resign as MLA to be elected with fresh mandate from Jalukbari. But he has been keeping it pending time and again.
1 May 2017 - 3:37pm | AT News
Assam joined May Day celebration on Monday where the working class pledged to fight against injustice to the workers engaged in the both organized and unorganized sectors.
Led by the trade unions, workers in the factories, business establishments and bank employees held huge rallies in capital city of Guwahati along with the district and sub divisional headquarters.
Working people in the various fields took out a procession in Guwahati reiterating their demands and asked the government to look into these demands.
The speakers in the rallies, mostly, the Left leaders strongly criticised the government both in state and Centre alleging that over the years they have done precious little for the working class.
They further urged the workers to remain united to force the government to look into the problems confronting them for years.
31 Aug 2016 - 7:23pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
In a major breakthrough, security forces apprehended five persons, including two militant cadres at different places within 24 hours in operations in Kokrajhar district of lower Assam.
Shyamal Prasad Saikia, Kokrajhar SP while addressing reporters at a Press Conference held at SP office on Wednesday said police administration has been taking stern action against militant and anti social activities. Saikia said that security forces police, CRPF cobra battalion arrested a cadre of KLO from Chautara under Gossaigaon PS on Tuesday during a search operation against militant outfit. The arrested was identified as Sanjit Chandra Barman of Chautara village. Two hand grenades were recovered from him. Based on information regarding movement of NSLA cadre, a NSLA cadre identified as Anjoy Murmu was arrested from Mornoi tea estate in Gossaigaon subdivision.
In yet another operation conducted by Kokrajhar police along with Jagiroad police, two vehicle thieves were arrested along with a stolen Bolero vehicle from Jagiroad. He said,the two were identified as Muslim Sheikh of Fakirganj in Dhubri and Abdul Kasim of Howly Joupur in Barpeta. The two tried to ferry the stolen Bolero vehicle to Dimapur in Nagaland. The vehicle was hired from Kokrajhar town on the pretext of going o Guwahati.
The two later gave a sleeping tablet to the driver and left him at Chaygaon in Kamrup in unconscious state. The vehicle was found through the GPS in the vehicle. The two confessed of committing the crime saying that they usually lifts vehicle and sell it to buyers in Dimapur,Saikia said.
In another separate incident, ATM thief identified as Biju Singh of Pandu(ward no-7, near CRPF camp), Guwahati was arrested from Kokrajhar town near Assam Oil depot yesterday. & stolen ATM card were found from his possession. Singh, who originally hail from Uttar Pradesh, confessed of stealing ATM cards along with one Chintu Ali, also of Guwahati. It was a successful of police administration in the district during 24 hours, Saikia added.