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Republic Day observed all over State

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, Jan 27� The 63rd Republic Day was observed all over the State with enthusiasm. Our Correspondents report:

Dergaon:The 63rd Republic Day was observed with great enthusiasm at Dergaon. The Tricolour was unfurled by the Dergaon Circle Officer Dhiraj Das at the central programme held at Naren Sarmah memorial field at 9 am. Addressing the large gathering, he urged the people of Dergaon to be united in the interest of the integrity of India. He also recalled the dedication of the freedom fighters of Indian freedom struggle. Earlier the smriti tarpan was initiated by noted educationist of Dergaon Prafulla Kr Sarmah where he was accorded warm felicitation. After the flag hoisting quiz, art and �tekeli bhonga� competitions were held where a large number of students and women took part.The quiz sponsored by Allahabad Bank Dergaon branch was conducted by Sanjoy Kr Hazarika, Vikram Jyoti Mahanta and Dhiraj Das.

In the quiz, Anchal Somani and Vivek Somani (VKV Golaghat) became the first best team while Devapratim Bora and Upakul Pratim Bora (Jatiya Vidyalaya, Dergaon) and Debanga Bhusan Hazarika and Prahelika Saikia ( Sankardev Sishu Niketan, Dergaon) were adjudged as the second and third best team respectively and they received cash prizes of Rs 2500, Rs 2000 and Rs 1500 respectively. Later fruits were distributed among the patients of Dergaon 30-bed hospital and a friendly volleyball match was played at the Dergaon HS School playground in the afternoon. The Day was also observed with a day-long programme at the Police Training Complex, Dergaon.

Kalaigaon: The 63rd Republic Day was celebrated at various places in Bhergaon subdivision with gaiety. At Kalaigaon,Dina Moni Das,Circle Officer, Kalaigaon Revenue Circle hoisted the National Flag at Gandhi Bakori field, Kalaigaon in presence of thousands of people. The Circle Officer felicitated five distinguished people for their remarkable service to society in various fields. Cultural events were also arranged on the occasion for boys and girls. A friendly volley ball match was played in the afternoon. At Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) Kalaigaon campus, Madhab Sarma, Principal, JNV, Kalaigaon hoisted the Tricolour.

At Bhergaon :At subdivisional HQ Bhergaon,Pranjal Das, SDO, Civil, Bhergaon hoisted the Tricolour at Bhergaon High School playground in presence of nearly 5000 people before inspecting a guard of honour. Ten contingents of students,police, NCC, ABSU, ARSU etc., took part in the march past. Speaking on the occasion, Das paid tribute to thousands of known and unknown martyrs who had sacrificed their lives for the cause of the motherland. He specially mentioned a few social evils namely � witch hunting, blind belief and superstitions etc and requested all to join hands against such social evils. He also appealed to people to enjoy own rights without disturbing others. Awards were given to a few people for their outstanding performance in various fields. Spectacular cultural and sports events were also arranged much to the delight of people mostly women and children. Bonjar Daimari, Deputy Speaker, BTC; Rati Ram Boro and Jagadish Sarkar both MCLA, BTC and a few other distinguished people attended the ceremony.

At Tangla : At commercial town Tangla, Pabitra Kumar Das, BDO, Kalaigaon Block hoisted the National Flag at Tangla HS School playground in the presence of thousands of people including two German tourists. Ten contingents of Tangla schools took part in the march past. Financial assistance was awarded to two poor deserving students on the occasion. Santias Kunjur, EM, BTC also attended the ceremony.

Kokrajhar: The 63rd Repuiblic Day was also observed here at Kokrajhar, the heartland of Bodoland with a day-long colourful programme.

The Chief of BTC, Hagrama Mohilary unfurled the Tricolour at the Govt HS & M.P school playground amidst a huge gathering. Addressing the gathering, Mohilary said that several schemes of the State and the Central govenment are in the right progress in BTC. He also dwelt at length on various developmental schemes taken by the BTC Government.

Earlier, the chief of BTC took the guard of honour on this 63rd R-Day celebration in Kokrajhar and distributed rewards and citations of honour to the beneficiaries and those for outstanding performances in various fields.

Morigaon: The 63rd Republic Day was observed at Morigaon with enthusiasm. Amidst a huge gathering, Pradyut Bordoloi, Minister for Energy hoisted the National Flag at TR Phukan playground. Addressing the gathering, Bordoloi urged the people to uphold democratic values of the country. Colorurful cultural programmes attracted the people. In the function, two senior freedom fighters� Bhaben Handique and BB Deka were felicitated .

Tinsukia:The nation�s 63rd Republic Day was celebrated in Tinsukia with gaiety at the Industrial Trade Institute field here in the presence of thousands of people. The Tricolour, on the occasion was unfurled by the Minister of Revenue, Labour and Employment etc.,Prithvi Majhi. In his speech the minister appealed to the people to join hands with the Government for overall development, peace, prosperity, safety of people and property etc. Highlighting He said that the present government was giving much importance to the development of socio-economic status of the downtrodden and rural people by implementing various schemes under both Rural and Urban area development plans. The Minister also inspected the Guard of Honour and took the salute of the march past participated by the contingents of para military, police forces, NCC and school children. Earlier he paid tribute to the Father of the nation at the Circuit House and paid homage to the martyrs at the function arena. He also felicitated two freedom fighters, Lila Bora and Nidhiram Chutia on the occasion and distributed prizes to the winners of march past, best readers, excellence in public administration, sports personalites, child scientists etc. The function was attended by MLAs of Sadiya and Chabua, Bolin Chetia and Raju Sahoo respectively, Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police, SS Meenakshi Sundaram and Prithi Pal Singh respectively besides other government officers and dignitaries.

Digboi:The subdivision level celebration of the 63rd Republic Day was observed in the Central Field of Margherita in colour and gaiety with the participation of a sizeable number of people of various age groups coming from different parts of the eastern most administrative segment. The National Tricolour was hoisted by Palash Ranjan Gharphalia, SDO (Civil) of Margherita. Gharphalia in his speech referred to the various developmental programmes already launched within the State and within the subdivision.

On the occasion, a number of cultural items performed mostly by the school children provided considerable treat to the appreciative gathering. Prizes were also awarded to a number of individuals of the subdivision for excellence in their respective fields of activity. The Best Social Worker award was given to Hiranya Kumar Baruah, the Best Teacher award to Sarat Chandra Hazarika, Head Master of Ketetong Janajati High School and the Best Cultural Activist award to Asa Ahmed. The Best March Past Team award was given to the Margherita College NCC team.

Mangaldai: Basanta Das, Minister of State for Fisheries, Printing and I & PR unfurled the National Tricolour at the 63rd Republic Day function organised centrally by the Darrang district administration here at the historical Gandhi Maidan . Addressing the public the Minister tried to recall the rich history and culture of Darrang district as well as the sacrifices made by 140 peasants in the �Pathorughat peasants� uprising of 1894. He further said that the present government is very much concerned with the sacrifices of these martyrs belonging to both the Hindu and the Muslim communities and the government is going to formally launch the construction of a Agriculture Research Centre at Pathorighat on January 28 while observing the 118th edition of the Peasant Martyr Day. Later the Minister took salute of the march past performed by Assam Police, Home Guard, 3 IR Mizo Battalion, NCC Boys and Girls, Scout-Guides etc under group leader Sunita Sarma,DSP (Probationary). Cultural programmes were also performed by various troupes while a few government departments like Agriculture, Education, Health, DRDA etc displayed tabloids to reflect the ongoing important public schemes . A few persons were feted for their notable contributions in their respective fields as a part of celebration of the Republic Day.

Goalpara: The 63rd Republic Day was celebrated at the Junior Technical School�s playground with patriotic fervour amidst elaborate security and in presence of a large number of distinguished guests and crowd. Unfurling the National Tricolour at the district headquarter and inspecting the Guard of Honour, Akon Bora , Minister for Social welfare and Jails in his speech while highlighting the acheivements in various fields gave a detailed account of the various schemes taken up by the government for the development of State�s economy with an emphasis on different sectors including health, social welfare, PWD,DRDA industry agriculture etc. He also took salute from a total of 19 contigents belonging to Assam Police, Assam Home Guards,Sainik School Goalpara, NCC cadets from schools and colleges in an impressive march past where Sainik School Goalpara was adjudged as the best contigent in the overall standing followed by Assam Home Guards.This was followed by a colourful function which included the Bihu,Garo,Rabha, Bodo dances on nationalism showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the district regaling the guests as well as the crowd. The students from Central Girls School & Sangeet Kala Academy also presented dances basing their themes on patriotism and national integration.

Awards were presented to three best progressive farmers namely Tapan Rabha of Krishnai, Md Abdul Motleb of Matia, Nibaran Rabha. Meghali Das and Monu Rai were adjudged as upcomming entrepreneurs in fashion technology by the District Industries and Commerce Centre under Chief Minister's Karmajyoti Achani while Nurul Islam , a national hockey player was presented with a cheque of Rs 25,000 under sports pension and Upen Das, a freedom Fighter was felicitated with a shawl, gamosa, dhoti and a walking stick.

Tezpur: The nation's 63rd Republic Day was celebrated in Tezpur.The Tricolour was unfurled at Nehru Maidan here by State�s

Pension and Planing minister Tankabahadur Rai as the chief guest.He also inspected the guard of honour and took salute of the march past taken out by the police, NCC and school children. Prior tothat, the minister paid tribute to the martyrs of Nation's freedom struggle and the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. The minister also felicitated sportspersons of the district Rithi Boro and Priyanka Sarma who had brought laurels to the district by winning national and international competitions in various events and also to Bidhan Kar Mayur Bhuyan who has brought glory to the district by winning model science award.

Jonai: Defying militants� diktat, the Jonai subdivisional administration celebrated Republic Day at Gandhi Field with much enthusiasm and colourful programme.

Unfurling the Tricolour, Jonai SDO(C) Arpan Kr Saikia urged the people to work unitedly for the development of the area. The administration had shifted the parade ground from Jonai Hr Secondary playground to Gandhi Maidan this time and next national day celebrations will be conducted therein.

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Republic Day observed all over State

GUWAHATI, Jan 27� The 63rd Republic Day was observed all over the State with enthusiasm. Our Correspondents report:

Dergaon:The 63rd Republic Day was observed with great enthusiasm at Dergaon. The Tricolour was unfurled by the Dergaon Circle Officer Dhiraj Das at the central programme held at Naren Sarmah memorial field at 9 am. Addressing the large gathering, he urged the people of Dergaon to be united in the interest of the integrity of India. He also recalled the dedication of the freedom fighters of Indian freedom struggle. Earlier the smriti tarpan was initiated by noted educationist of Dergaon Prafulla Kr Sarmah where he was accorded warm felicitation. After the flag hoisting quiz, art and �tekeli bhonga� competitions were held where a large number of students and women took part.The quiz sponsored by Allahabad Bank Dergaon branch was conducted by Sanjoy Kr Hazarika, Vikram Jyoti Mahanta and Dhiraj Das.

In the quiz, Anchal Somani and Vivek Somani (VKV Golaghat) became the first best team while Devapratim Bora and Upakul Pratim Bora (Jatiya Vidyalaya, Dergaon) and Debanga Bhusan Hazarika and Prahelika Saikia ( Sankardev Sishu Niketan, Dergaon) were adjudged as the second and third best team respectively and they received cash prizes of Rs 2500, Rs 2000 and Rs 1500 respectively. Later fruits were distributed among the patients of Dergaon 30-bed hospital and a friendly volleyball match was played at the Dergaon HS School playground in the afternoon. The Day was also observed with a day-long programme at the Police Training Complex, Dergaon.

Kalaigaon: The 63rd Republic Day was celebrated at various places in Bhergaon subdivision with gaiety. At Kalaigaon,Dina Moni Das,Circle Officer, Kalaigaon Revenue Circle hoisted the National Flag at Gandhi Bakori field, Kalaigaon in presence of thousands of people. The Circle Officer felicitated five distinguished people for their remarkable service to society in various fields. Cultural events were also arranged on the occasion for boys and girls. A friendly volley ball match was played in the afternoon. At Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) Kalaigaon campus, Madhab Sarma, Principal, JNV, Kalaigaon hoisted the Tricolour.

At Bhergaon :At subdivisional HQ Bhergaon,Pranjal Das, SDO, Civil, Bhergaon hoisted the Tricolour at Bhergaon High School playground in presence of nearly 5000 people before inspecting a guard of honour. Ten contingents of students,police, NCC, ABSU, ARSU etc., took part in the march past. Speaking on the occasion, Das paid tribute to thousands of known and unknown martyrs who had sacrificed their lives for the cause of the motherland. He specially mentioned a few social evils namely � witch hunting, blind belief and superstitions etc and requested all to join hands against such social evils. He also appealed to people to enjoy own rights without disturbing others. Awards were given to a few people for their outstanding performance in various fields. Spectacular cultural and sports events were also arranged much to the delight of people mostly women and children. Bonjar Daimari, Deputy Speaker, BTC; Rati Ram Boro and Jagadish Sarkar both MCLA, BTC and a few other distinguished people attended the ceremony.

At Tangla : At commercial town Tangla, Pabitra Kumar Das, BDO, Kalaigaon Block hoisted the National Flag at Tangla HS School playground in the presence of thousands of people including two German tourists. Ten contingents of Tangla schools took part in the march past. Financial assistance was awarded to two poor deserving students on the occasion. Santias Kunjur, EM, BTC also attended the ceremony.

Kokrajhar: The 63rd Repuiblic Day was also observed here at Kokrajhar, the heartland of Bodoland with a day-long colourful programme.

The Chief of BTC, Hagrama Mohilary unfurled the Tricolour at the Govt HS & M.P school playground amidst a huge gathering. Addressing the gathering, Mohilary said that several schemes of the State and the Central govenment are in the right progress in BTC. He also dwelt at length on various developmental schemes taken by the BTC Government.

Earlier, the chief of BTC took the guard of honour on this 63rd R-Day celebration in Kokrajhar and distributed rewards and citations of honour to the beneficiaries and those for outstanding performances in various fields.

Morigaon: The 63rd Republic Day was observed at Morigaon with enthusiasm. Amidst a huge gathering, Pradyut Bordoloi, Minister for Energy hoisted the National Flag at TR Phukan playground. Addressing the gathering, Bordoloi urged the people to uphold democratic values of the country. Colorurful cultural programmes attracted the people. In the function, two senior freedom fighters� Bhaben Handique and BB Deka were felicitated .

Tinsukia:The nation�s 63rd Republic Day was celebrated in Tinsukia with gaiety at the Industrial Trade Institute field here in the presence of thousands of people. The Tricolour, on the occasion was unfurled by the Minister of Revenue, Labour and Employment etc.,Prithvi Majhi. In his speech the minister appealed to the people to join hands with the Government for overall development, peace, prosperity, safety of people and property etc. Highlighting He said that the present government was giving much importance to the development of socio-economic status of the downtrodden and rural people by implementing various schemes under both Rural and Urban area development plans. The Minister also inspected the Guard of Honour and took the salute of the march past participated by the contingents of para military, police forces, NCC and school children. Earlier he paid tribute to the Father of the nation at the Circuit House and paid homage to the martyrs at the function arena. He also felicitated two freedom fighters, Lila Bora and Nidhiram Chutia on the occasion and distributed prizes to the winners of march past, best readers, excellence in public administration, sports personalites, child scientists etc. The function was attended by MLAs of Sadiya and Chabua, Bolin Chetia and Raju Sahoo respectively, Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police, SS Meenakshi Sundaram and Prithi Pal Singh respectively besides other government officers and dignitaries.

Digboi:The subdivision level celebration of the 63rd Republic Day was observed in the Central Field of Margherita in colour and gaiety with the participation of a sizeable number of people of various age groups coming from different parts of the eastern most administrative segment. The National Tricolour was hoisted by Palash Ranjan Gharphalia, SDO (Civil) of Margherita. Gharphalia in his speech referred to the various developmental programmes already launched within the State and within the subdivision.

On the occasion, a number of cultural items performed mostly by the school children provided considerable treat to the appreciative gathering. Prizes were also awarded to a number of individuals of the subdivision for excellence in their respective fields of activity. The Best Social Worker award was given to Hiranya Kumar Baruah, the Best Teacher award to Sarat Chandra Hazarika, Head Master of Ketetong Janajati High School and the Best Cultural Activist award to Asa Ahmed. The Best March Past Team award was given to the Margherita College NCC team.

Mangaldai: Basanta Das, Minister of State for Fisheries, Printing and I & PR unfurled the National Tricolour at the 63rd Republic Day function organised centrally by the Darrang district administration here at the historical Gandhi Maidan . Addressing the public the Minister tried to recall the rich history and culture of Darrang district as well as the sacrifices made by 140 peasants in the �Pathorughat peasants� uprising of 1894. He further said that the present government is very much concerned with the sacrifices of these martyrs belonging to both the Hindu and the Muslim communities and the government is going to formally launch the construction of a Agriculture Research Centre at Pathorighat on January 28 while observing the 118th edition of the Peasant Martyr Day. Later the Minister took salute of the march past performed by Assam Police, Home Guard, 3 IR Mizo Battalion, NCC Boys and Girls, Scout-Guides etc under group leader Sunita Sarma,DSP (Probationary). Cultural programmes were also performed by various troupes while a few government departments like Agriculture, Education, Health, DRDA etc displayed tabloids to reflect the ongoing important public schemes . A few persons were feted for their notable contributions in their respective fields as a part of celebration of the Republic Day.

Goalpara: The 63rd Republic Day was celebrated at the Junior Technical School�s playground with patriotic fervour amidst elaborate security and in presence of a large number of distinguished guests and crowd. Unfurling the National Tricolour at the district headquarter and inspecting the Guard of Honour, Akon Bora , Minister for Social welfare and Jails in his speech while highlighting the acheivements in various fields gave a detailed account of the various schemes taken up by the government for the development of State�s economy with an emphasis on different sectors including health, social welfare, PWD,DRDA industry agriculture etc. He also took salute from a total of 19 contigents belonging to Assam Police, Assam Home Guards,Sainik School Goalpara, NCC cadets from schools and colleges in an impressive march past where Sainik School Goalpara was adjudged as the best contigent in the overall standing followed by Assam Home Guards.This was followed by a colourful function which included the Bihu,Garo,Rabha, Bodo dances on nationalism showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the district regaling the guests as well as the crowd. The students from Central Girls School & Sangeet Kala Academy also presented dances basing their themes on patriotism and national integration.

Awards were presented to three best progressive farmers namely Tapan Rabha of Krishnai, Md Abdul Motleb of Matia, Nibaran Rabha. Meghali Das and Monu Rai were adjudged as upcomming entrepreneurs in fashion technology by the District Industries and Commerce Centre under Chief Minister's Karmajyoti Achani while Nurul Islam , a national hockey player was presented with a cheque of Rs 25,000 under sports pension and Upen Das, a freedom Fighter was felicitated with a shawl, gamosa, dhoti and a walking stick.

Tezpur: The nation's 63rd Republic Day was celebrated in Tezpur.The Tricolour was unfurled at Nehru Maidan here by State�s

Pension and Planing minister Tankabahadur Rai as the chief guest.He also inspected the guard of honour and took salute of the march past taken out by the police, NCC and school children. Prior tothat, the minister paid tribute to the martyrs of Nation's freedom struggle and the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. The minister also felicitated sportspersons of the district Rithi Boro and Priyanka Sarma who had brought laurels to the district by winning national and international competitions in various events and also to Bidhan Kar Mayur Bhuyan who has brought glory to the district by winning model science award.

Jonai: Defying militants� diktat, the Jonai subdivisional administration celebrated Republic Day at Gandhi Field with much enthusiasm and colourful programme.

Unfurling the Tricolour, Jonai SDO(C) Arpan Kr Saikia urged the people to work unitedly for the development of the area. The administration had shifted the parade ground from Jonai Hr Secondary playground to Gandhi Maidan this time and next national day celebrations will be conducted therein.