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Health Check-up for Scribes at GPC

Down Town Hospitals have organized a health check-up camp for the scribes at Guwahati Press Club on February 1, 2012. The camp, organized to celebrate the anniversary of the DT hospitals, will start at 10 am. The camp will be accompanied by the practicing doctors namely Dr Raj Kr Dutta, Dr Ngangom Megharat Meitei, Dr Nirag A Tupkar with the dietician Ms Tinababy Baruah.

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NRC: BJP courts controversy

11 Jul 2015 - 1:12pm | AT News

After Congress, BJP is set to court yet another controversy over the ongoing process to update NRC.

The party strongly advocates the inclusion of the names of Hindu Bangladeshi immigrants in the updated NRC.

Senior BJP leader Ramen Deka formally raised the demand before Rajnath Singh when the Union home minister arrived in Guwahati on Friday.

He further alleged that the Assam government has not been able to deliver the goods.

 

BPPF slams Mohilary on carnage

27 Dec 2014 - 9:54pm | Hantigiri Narzary

The NDFB-S carnage brews blamegame between BPF and BPPF. BPPF president Rabiram Narzary lambasted Hagrama Mohilary on Saturday a day after the BPF boss accused ABSU and BPPF of instigating the killers in Kokrajhar and Sonitpur districts.

Narzary told reporters in Kokrajhar that Mohilary has lost his mass base which was why, he starts making immature statement. He feared that these statement would further compound the situation.

He termed Mohilary’s statement as big political conspiracy to mislead the mission of the government to root out the terrorist by saving them. Same condemnation comes from ABSU. The student body has come down heavily on Mohilary for the controversial and baseless statement on the prevailing situation in the state.

Notably, Mohilary on Friday alleged involvement of ABSU, BPPF and NDFB(P) in the carnage citing some evidence.

 

Governor Acharjya visits Bathow Thansali

12 Jun 2015 - 10:47pm | AT News

Assam Governor P B Acharjya visited Bathow Thansali at Baganshali in Kokrajhar and offered floral prayer to almighty Bathow Shibrai today in his maiden BTAD visit scheduled.

Acharjya has appreciated the mission of Bathow tradition among indigenous peoples said that this is a sacred place.This kinds of plcae will bring pecae and unity among society.

“I think ,the Bathow will extend help in building of integration and social development.The peoples be inspired by Bathow religion and people should not forget all thse kinds of tradition through which Bodos has a healthy tradition of culture and arts in their living”,Acharjya said.

Saradha Prasad Machahary,Bathow Organiser of Bathow Thansali told that the step from Governor was  a fortunate for Bathow tradition in today’s life as no one Governor from state of outside governor visited this Thansali.He termed that stepped from Governor Acharjya was enough lucky and fortunate in the history Bathow.

The Bathow organisers felicitated the Governor with traditional Aronai nad wel come with melody Kham,Shifung and Jotha along with Bagurumba Dances at the Thansali complex.