Oil India Limited dethroned defending champion Assam State Electricity Board in the Assam Club Championship at Bokakhat on 23rd DEC with a 4-1 victory in a rematch of last year's final. Looking to avenge the defeat at the hands of the ASEB in the previous final, the OIL team played smart football and dominated the game throughout.The OIL think tank chose the 1-4-5-1 formation to the ASEB's 1-4-4-2 pattern and it proved to be a winning strategy. OIL took the lead with captain Birjab Mushahary's winger off a corner as early as in the sixth minute. Durga Boro scored the second goal three minutes later. After missing several scoring opportunities, ASEB bounced back in the 39th minute through captain Suresh Das. The first half ended with a 2-1 score.Mushahary gave OIL a good start with a goal in the ninth minute of the second half. Mintu Boro scored the fourth and last goal for OIL in the 20th minute to take the match beyond ASEB. ASEB goalkeeper Mintu Sonowal again failed to put up a good performance, which compounded his team's woes. ASEB's Suresh Das was adjudged the best player of the meet, Manash Manjit Chetia of Nepathya Club of Jorhat was the top scorer and Jintu Chetri of OIL the best goalkeeper. Salbagan Sports Club won the fair play trophy. Former national player Amal Changmai, sports joint secretary Pranab Kumar Bora, Golaghat SP P.C. Saloi, Bokakhat subdivisional officer (civil) Ranjit Hazarika, Assam Football Association vice-president Jatin Bora, joint secretary Tapan Hazarika and senior officials of the Numaligarh Refinery Ltd were present at the prize distribution ceremony.OIL had blanked out Salbagan Sports Club of Gossaigaon 2-0 on its way to the final, while ASEB defeated 9th APBN 2-0 and Assam Rifles 7-6. As many as 23 teams competed in the tournament. The champion squad will get to play in the National B-Division league.
Doordarshan Kendra, Guwahati will telecast a live Phone - in - Programme about present agricultural practices in context with recent flood affected fields in Assamese, on 2nd August , 2017 from 5.30pm to 6.00pm in the 'Krishi Darshan' Programme . Dr.Kishore Kr. Sharma, Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Assam Agricultural University and Mowsam Hazarika Assistant Director of Agriculture, Directorate of Agriculture, Assam will take part in the discussion and interact with the farmers.
12 Nov 2008 - 2:35pm | editor
Its confirm. Both NDFB and ULFA were behind the serial blast that rocked the state on Octobe 30 in Assam with a toll of 84 people.
An official statement of the Assam government has made it plain that involvement of some active members of National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) has come to light during the course of investigation by the Special Investigation Team (SIT).
According to the SIT report, the involvement of ULFA in the conspiracy of carrying out the serial blasts in the state has also come to the fore during investigation. The government claims that there has been "significant progress with regard to the investigation", the government said "the main culprits who have perpetrated the crime have been identified and all efforts are on to apprehend them adding that probable involvement of other agencies and organisations are also under investigation and the police have so far arrested eight persons.
In its initial stage, police team probing the incident suggested the involvement of NDFB in triggering the serial bombings in Assam and rejected the role of any Islamist terror groups being directly involved in the incident.
Now its official that the probe almost reached the final stage with all evidences pointing towards the National Democratic Front of Bodoland(NDFB), in a ceasefire with New Delhi since 2005. The sequence of events before and after the explosions in Guwahati (three blasts), Kokrajhar, Barpeta, and Bongaigaon are sensational. During investigators, it was found that three Maruti cars used in the Guwahati bombings were all purchased by NDFB cadres, while a motorbike used in the Bongaigaon blast was also owned by a NDFB rebel.
Highly placed sources suggest that the serial bombing was masterminded by NDFB chairman Ranjan Daimary now residing in Bangladesh as he was not happy over the slow progress of the peace talks with New Delhi. ULFA’s role cannot be denied albeit it was minimal.
The city based media persons are suffering from various pain related ailments relating to their neck, shoulder and backs. It was found during a daylong physiotherapy camp, which was organized at Guwahati Press Club on 12 September 2015.
Organized by the College of Physiotherapy and Medical Sciences Rehabilitation & Research Centre, Bamunimaidam (a unit of Purbanchal Educational Welfare Society), the camp covered more than 50 scribes who were offered on spot treatment and consultancies.
Attended by physicians Dr Trailokya Saikia & Dr NN Sarma with physiotherapists Dr Ujwal Bhattacharya, Dr Abhijit Kalita, Dr Pooja Saikia and Dr Kritika Boruah, the camp also helped the scribes to check their blood sugar and blood pressure levels.
Other medical team members included Ms Mileng Suile Jeme, Bhupali Bhattacharya, Arundhati Sengupta with Jerryfer J Warjai, Esther Vanrammawii and Ilawansuk Ristam.
Assam: The Accord, The Discord – Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty