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1 SRI SANKARADEVA N E T H R A L A Y A A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN EYE CARE :: ESTD , Basistha Road Guwahati , Assam, INDIA Tel : / Web : Contact for All Types of Eye Diseases FOR ENQUIRY & APPOINTMENT PLEASE CONTACT YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE NATION PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY FROM GUWAHATI & DIBRUGARH RN-1127/57 TECH/GH 104/ , VOL. 78, NO. 285, GUWAHATI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016, Pages 24 Price Rs N E W S CAPSULE Pak violates ceasefire again JAMMU, Oct 20: Pakistani troops heavily shelled areas along the LoC in Rajouri district overnight, prompting Indian troops to give a fitting reply. There have been 30 such violations by Pakistani troops along LoC since the surgical strikes. PTI Chinese radio DOOMDOOMA, Oct 20: A balloon connected with a radio set was found at Megela village of Dangari under Talap outpost of Doomdooma PS this morning. The balloon fell in a betelnut garden of a villager who informed the police. Correspondent 2 arrested GOALPARA, Oct 20: Two persons, Jitesh Mohowar (30) and VK Jakhar (28), impersonating as Central Govt officials, were arrested last night after it came to light that they had duped several people from Bakhrakhuti at Dudhnoi by promising them Aadhaar cards. Correspondent Ultra nabbed KOKRAJHAR, Oct 20: Security forces today nabbed a National Santhal Liberation Army cadre, Abraham Murmu, from Silpur village under Gossaigaon PS. Correspondent The Assam Tribune on Internet & Wake-up call! Swadhinata Gogoi IT and health Dr Gitartha Roymedhi Fleeing fictionality! Anupom Kumar Hazarika Vivid spectrum Bibhash Choudhury Dark is the new bright Palkee Baruah Reading: The digital Delight Rumi Sharma City of lakes Amlan Saikia Guwahati autos Sk Md Sabah Al-Ahmed Plus regular features Cooperation from other States sought STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The State Government will plead before the Supreme Court of India to direct different State governments to cooperate with the update process of the National Register of Citizen (NRC) by facilitating verification of the documents sent to them. State coordinator of the NRC update process, Prateek Hajela, told mediapersons today that he will take up the matter with the apex court in the next hearing slated for October 26. Of the five lakh documents sent to 26 different states for NRC verification verification, only 7,000 of them have been reverted which is very less, Hajela stated. Apart from these, 402 NRC related documents have also been sent to nearly 40 countries, including Bangladesh, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Japan, UAE, Vietnam, Trinidad and Tobago, Australia, Sweden, Kuwait and South Africa, among others. Of these countries, only Kuwait and South Africa have responded to the verification pleas. He also stated that there has been no paucity of funds and the Centre has already agreed to release the next instalment shortly. Of the estimated Rs 908 crore, the State has already received nearly Rs 335 crore. The Centre has assured to release the remaining Rs 573 crore very shortly, he informed, adding that the maximum amount of money is being spent on expenses related to data entry. Rubbishing media reports on leakage of NRC documents, Hajela reaffirmed that all the NRC documents are completely safe and the update process is going on at a fast speed. He divulged that of the six crore documents issued by Over 80 Pak terrorists entered J-K in 16 R DUTTA CHOUDHURY GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The desperation of Pakistan-based terrorists to infiltrate into India to create disturbance is evident from the fact that more than 80 terrorists managed to enter Jammu and Kashmir till the end of September this year as compared to only 33 last year. The Multi Agency Centre (MAC) compiled the data of infiltration of terrorists from Pakistan on the basis of intelligence inputs, actions by the Pak warns India on Indus Water Treaty ISLAMABAD, Oct 20: Pakistan today warned of appropriate action if India violates the Indus Water Treaty and said it is closely monitoring the situation, amid reports that New Delhi may revisit the security forces, communication intercepts, etc. Highly placed security sources told The Assam Tribune that as per the data compiled by the MAC, the terrorists made as many as 124 attempts to infiltrate into India from Pakistan this year and altogether 87 terrorists managed to sneak into the country. More than 30 terrorists managed to enter India during the three-month long unrest in the Kashmir Valley. Interestingly, the Government of Jammu and Kashmir key water-sharing accord. Appropriate action will be taken in line with the Treaty in case of any violation by India, Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said at the weekly briefing. (See page 4) has not yet been able to find out how many youths from the valley joined the terrorist groups during the unrest and it is suspected that the terrorist groups managed to recruit a number of local youths by taking advantage of the long unrest. The MAC records indicate that infiltration of terrorists from Pakistan into India, particularly to Jammu and Kashmir, is a regular feature and the figure of terrorists who manage to sneak in varies from (See page 4) Pakistan was keeping a close eye on the situation, Radio Pakistan quoted him as saying. Zakaria s remarks come amid reports that India may review the 56-year-old Treaty. He said that India is making desperate attempts to divert attention from the atrocities and human right violations being committed in Kashmir. He said Pakistan is highlighting Indian brutalities in Kashmir at world fora and there has been very substantive outcome of these efforts but the international community remains concerned about the situation. Responding to a question, he claimed that India violated ceasefire on the Line of Control for more than 90 times this year. The notion of isolating Pakistan is ridiculous, Zakaria said, adding that India s negative attitude has been exposed which is the biggest hurdle in the way of regional development and prosperity. PTI Republican US presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton finish their third and final 2016 presidential campaign debate at UNLV in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday. Reuters (Reports on Page 16) Banks recall over 32 lakh debit cards MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, Oct 20: Hit by an unprecedented ATM security breach, several public and private sector banks have recalled or blocked over 32 lakh debit cards to safeguard their customers from any financial fraud, while the government has sought from them details of all necessary safety measures. Bankers said the recalled cards include those that have been replaced as a pre-emptive measure, while in many cases the customers have been asked to mandatorily change the PIN and other security numbers to resume using the blocked cards. While there were some reports about certain cards, affected by security breach, having been used fraudulently abroad including in China, bankers appeared putting the blame on a payment services provider that manages ATM network of a private sector bank. State-run SBI is said to have recalled around six lakh cards, while others like Bank of Baroda, IDBI Bank, Central Bank and Andhra Bank have also replaced debit cards of several customers as a pre-emptive measure. Among the private sector players, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Yes Bank have asked customers to change their ATM PINs. HDFC Bank also advised its customers to use its own ATMs for carrying out any transaction. The suspected security breach happened through a malware in the systems of Hitachi Payments Services, which serves ATM network of Yes Bank. (See page 4) Shah, Himanta discuss strategy for Manipur poll SPL CORRESPONDENT NEW DELHI, Oct 20: Finance Minister of Assam and convenor of the North East Democratic Alliance, Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday met BJP national president Amit Shah to firm up an election strategy for the Manipur Assembly polls scheduled to be held next year. Replying to questions, Sarma said the BJP in Assam is going to contest the Lakhimpur Lok Sabha bye-election on its own. This is because the seat was represented by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal. As reported, Dr Ranoj Pegu of Gana Shakti Party has shown interest in contesting the seat. About the selection of candidate for the byepoll, Sarma said the State Election Committee would meet soon to select the candidate and refer it to the BJP Parliamentary Board. JOCOSERIOUS It is wrong to say that I m always with the party in power. Actually, I m always with the powerful party. NEC focus on high value agri products GUWAHATI, Oct 20: To address the communication bottleneck of the region, the North Eastern Council (NEC) today said it is focusing more on promoting high-value agricultural products for niche markets. Given the prohibitive transportation cost in the North East, we cannot compete everywhere. The region must find niche markets and should concentrate on highvalue products, NEC secretary Ram Muivah told this news agency on the sidelines of a two-day conference on agriculture-horticulture entrepreneurship in the region. The NE region has two important advantages climate and rainfall over other places in the country, he added. Considering these aspects, (See page 4)

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3 NATIONAL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 Discriminatory practises cannot be held integral to freedom of religion: Law minister on triple talaq NEW DELHI, Oct 20: While India respects freedom of religion and faith, unreasonable or discriminatory practises cannot be held integral to it and protected, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said today defending the Centre s stand on triple talaq amid a raging debate on the contentious issue. He cited the practice of untouchability to assert that religious practices need to be in accord with constitutional values and emphasised that gender justice, gender equality and gender dignity were at the core of the Narendra Modi government s priority.... We respect freedom of religion and freedom of faith which are protected by the fundamental rights. But every unreasonable or discriminatory practice cannot be held integral to faith... For instance, can anyone claim that untouchability against Dalits flows from my faith and I can practice it. Therefore, religious practices also need to be in accord with the constitutional values, Pras- ad told PTI in an interview. The government had on October 7 opposed in the Supreme Court the practice of triple talaq among Muslims, maintaining that it cannot be regarded as an essential part of religion. Responding to questions on the issue of triple talaq, the senior BJP leader said Sardarpura riot: HC upholds life sentence of 17, acquits 14 AHMEDABAD, Oct 20: The Gujarat High Court today acquitted 14 persons out of 31 convicted by a lower court and confirmed life sentence of 17 others, in the 2002 postgodhra Sardarpura massacre case in which 33 people were burnt alive. A division bench of Justices Harsha Devani and Biren Vaishnav confirmed the life imprisonment of 17 persons. However, 14 of the 31 convicted by the lower court were acquitted by the high court due to lack of evidence and contradiction in witnesses account. In all, 76 accused were arrested in Sardarpur case by police, out of whom two died during pendency of trial, while one was a juvenile. The court had framed charges against 73 accused in June 2009 and initiated trial in the case. Besides the conviction of 31, the lower court had acquitted 42 others. The SIT later challenged in high court the acquittal of 31 persons out of these 42. However, the HC today upheld the Mehsana district court order acquitting 31 out of these 42. Meanwhile, the 17 were convicted by high court for murder, attempt to murder, rioting and other sections of IPC. The HC also upheld the decision of lower court to not accept the conspiracy theory put up by the prosecution, which had alleged that the attack on minority community was pre-planned and a conspiracy was hatched following the Godhra train burning incident. Thirty one persons were earlier awarded life sentence along with a fine of Rs 50,000 each in the verdict passed by special SIT court judge SC Srivastava while hearing the matter on November 9, As many as 73 people were made accused in the case, in which 33 people of minority community were burnt to death at Sardarpura in Vijapur taluka of Mehsana district on the night of February 28, PTI Jayalalithaa completely well, will return home soon CHENNAI, Oct 20: AIADMK today asserted that its hospitalised supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa was completely well and will return home soon. Amma (Jayalalithaa) has progressed very well under the daily monitoring of Apollo Hospital doctors and specialists and soon she will return home, AIADMK spokesperson CR Saraswathy told reporters here. She said Jayalalithaa, who had dedicated her life for public service, was taking rest as per doctors advice. Otherwise, she is completely well and will come home soon. God is by her side on her health, she said. A number of benefits were awaiting the people of Tamil Nadu, she said in an apparent reference to the many pro-people measures launched by the Jayalalithaa government and indicating that more were likely to be announced. 68-year-old Jayalalithaa was admitted to the Apollo Hospital on September 22 after she complained of fever and dehydration. A specialist from London besides three-member team of doctors from AIIMS, Delhi, had also examined Jayalalithaa, who is being treated for infection with respiratory support. Meanwhile, former AIADMK minister and BJP leader HV Hande also expressed confidence that Jayalalithaa will return home soon. Hande visited Apollo Hospitals and said he met the doctors and Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha, M Thambidurai. He was informed that the passive physiotherapists were taking good care to Jayalalithaa, he said. I am confident she will return home within a week or 10 days, Hande said. PTI a set of women cannot lose their rights for being from a particular religion. Can in a secular country like India a big chunk of women be forced to live in a state of vulnerability only on the ground that they belong to a particular religion? he questioned. Noting that gender equality stands embedded right from the day the Constitution came into existence, the minister said development and empowerment of women were also among government s priorities. He said the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao programme has become a big movement and the Modi government s campaign against infanticide shows that the government takes the issue of gender equality seriously. You recall his famous statement on Vijay Dashmi day (in Lucknow) that for one Sita, Lanka was burnt and you kill a Sita every day in the womb... In mudra yojna, 70 per cent beneficiaries are women. Sukanya Samriddhi Yojna of the postal department has crossed more than a crore...revolutionary, Prasad said. PTI THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 3 Eight killed in fire cracker mishap SIVAKASI (TN), Oct 20: As many as eight people were killed in a fire cracker mishap at the fireworks hub of Siva- kasi in Virudhunagar district today. The mishap occurred while crackers were being offloaded from a vehicle. PTI

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M: Consultancy/2701/4 ABBREVIATED PRESS E-TENDER NOTICE NIT NO. 3/CE-BD/ Chief Engineer, PWD, Buildings invites e-tender for the work Construction of PSC Bridge over R. Tlawng on Aizawl - Reiek - W.Lungdar Road at Kmp, Mizoram amounting to Rs lakh. Bid Documents and tender details can be downloaded/ obtained from the website upto Sd/- Lalmuankima Henry Chief Engineer, PWD, Buildings IPR No. 285 G/TN/2361/1 CD/LN/2716/1 Open lecture on marketing strategies for start-ups on Oct 23 STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: To encourage the youth towards entrepreneurship and unlock their latent inventive potential, the Entrepreneurial Development Cell (EDC) of IIT Guwahati, among the biggest e- cells in the region, is organising an open lecture by Umesh Rathore on marketing strategies for start-ups as well as budding entrepreneurs of the North East on October 23 in the IIT Guwahati campus. The lecture programme is a prelude to the ninth edition of EDC s flagship annual entrepreneurship summit Udgam, which will be held in January next year. Rathore is currently a visiting faculty in marketing to more than eight business schools and also a freelance marketing strategist for startups in Mumbai. The seminar will be open for all on firstcome-first-serve basis. The seminar will be followed by a business ideation workshop with limited seats. A popular name in the field Over (Contd from page 1) time to time. Sources quoting MAC records said that last year the terrorists had made as many as 121 attempts to infiltrate into India from their bases in Pakistan and only 33 managed to enter. The MAC records said that in the year 2011, at least 247 attempts had been made by the terrorists to enter India and only 42 managed to sneak in, while in recent past, 2012 was the worst year as 121 terrorists managed to enter India in 264 attempts. In recent times, the highest number of 277 attempts had been made by terrorists to enter India in 2013 and 97 of them managed to sneak in, while 65 terrorists had managed to enter in 222 attempts in Cooperation... (Contd from page 1) various issuing authorities in the State received from applicants, already 4.9 crore of them have been verified. The NRC office has received 68.2 lakh applications from across the State encompassing nearly 3.27 crore population. After collecting the family tree documents, we have so far completed 58 per cent of data entry work. We have now started the family tree verification. We are also conducting training of deputy commissioners on NRC update, besides other Government functionaries, from time to time, he pointed out. The data digitisation process is also going on at a fast pace, he said. Nearly 50,000 Government employees and 8,500 contractual staff are engaged in the NRC update process, he added. Banks recall... (Contd from page 1) Hitachi provides payment services through ATM services, point of sale services (POS), emerging payments services and banking channel products like cash recycling ATMs and auto passbook entry machines. The Yes Bank sought to distance itself from the breach and stressed the need to police service providers in a better way. The Hitachi Payment Services, however, maintained that its system was not compromised, citing interim report by an external audit agency appointed by it. According to bankers, the breach took place in such a way that anyone using the said bank s ATMs in the region might stand to get affected. Concerned over the issue, the Finance Ministry has sought details from banks as also the additional steps that need to be taken to avert such incidents. PTI of marketing, Rathore has successfully reached out to 25,000 students through seminars and workshops and has impacted the lives of thousands of people through his work. On the other hand, the E-summit Udgam, to be held from January 27 to 29, has been conceptualised to develop and spread the spirit of entrepreneurship among the youths of India, especially in the North East. In the lecture series of the event, the students have got the opportunity to interact with some of the most enterprising minds of the nation in the previous editions of the summit, including Phanindra Sama, founder and CEO of RedBus.in; Jaspreet Singh, founder and CEO of Druva; Prukalpa Sankae, co-founder, Social Cops; Dr Harish Hande, co-founder Selco; Akash Gautam, motivator and corporate trainer, Varun Agarwal, founder Alma Mater and others. CITY Prog on cold chain development Ê ±ÚÚœ Œfl ª f ŒÎ fl ± ıàî ˇ± fl ±1œ ø ı Ûø1 ± fl, ±ø ± ø ı, Œ ±ª± Û±1±º ± Û øú Œ ±ª± Ê ±, 2016 ± À1 Û1± øú ß ±é 1fl ±1œfl Àfl ± ª Ó Úfl 1±Õfl À øúê fl Ó«ı ö±ú1 Û1± ± Ó ø1 Ôfl ±ÀÈ ± Ûø1 øé Ó À º ±À Û±Ú±fl ŒÙ ±ÚÀ ±À Œ ± ±À ± fl ø1 ı ø ı ±ø1 ø ıù í ı ± À º øó Àfl, ±À Û±Ú±fl ÚøÓ Û À øú ß ±é 1fl ±1œ1 fl ± «± Ó Î Ûø öó øfl fl ±1ÌÓ øúê fl Ó«ı ö±ú1 Û1± ± Ó ø1 Ô±øfl ı ± À ± ±Ó øapple Ú1 øˆ Ó 1Ó Ê Ú± ıõ Œfl ±ª± í º Ú Ô± øú À Û1ªÓ«œ ø ıøò Ó ı ª ö± í ıõ ı±ò Ô±øfl ıº ± Ûø1 ± Ú =± fl œú Î iß Ú øú ø Janasanyog/915/16 &ª± ±È œ-36 ADVERTISEMENT A Multi Speciality NE Hematology Tutorial has been organized on 22nd and 23rd October (Saturday / Sunday), There will be a free award paper session for Post Graduate students & faculties. CME credit hours will be awarded as per MCI norms. Date : 22nd (Saturday) & 23rd (Sunday), October, 2016 Venue: Hotel Shoolin Grand, G.S. Road, Rukmini Gaon, Opp to Indian Oil Petrol Pump, Guwahati. Organized by department of Clinical Haematology, GMCH, Guwahati and The North East Chapter of Indian Society of Hematology And Transfusion Medicine (NEISHTM), Guwahati in association with Guwahati Branch of Association of Physicians of India (API), Guwahati. Sd/- Dr. Jina Bhattacharyya, Professor & Head, Dept. of Clinical Haematology Janasanyog/5535/16 GMCH, Guwahati. NORTH EASTERN INSTITUTE OF FOLK MEDICINE PASIGHAT (ARUNACHAL PRADESH) Government of India Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha & Homoeopathy (AYUSH) TENDER Since it became a case of single bid, for the Tender floated vide No. NEIFM/123/OS/2010 published in Newspaper on and the North Eastern institute of Folk Medicine (NEIFM) Pasighat, proposes for re-tendering and invites sealed tenders from reputed, experienced and financially sound Companies/Firms/Agencies to provide Services of Skilled, Semi Skilled and unskilled Personnel ( LDC, Computer Operator, Veh. Dvr, Guest House care taker, MTS, chowkider, Mali, Cook, Field Asstt,. Animal Asstt, Safai Karmachari, Registration Clerk, Dresser, Store Asstt., OPD attendant, Pharmacy attendant). The tender fee of Rs. 500/- with Technical Bid and Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) of Rs. 25,000/-(Rupees Twenty Five Thousand) with Tender document, in the form of Bank Draft drawn in favour of Director, North Eastern Institute of Folk Medicine, Pasighat should be attached. Incomplete tender documents will summarily be rejected. The details of scope of work, terms and conditions, formats for Technical bid, Financial bid and declaration to be annexed, may be downloaded from the Institute s website neifm.nic.in. Director, NEIFM davp 17218/11/0011/1617 ADVERTISEMENT GUWAHATI, Oct 20: PHD Chamber, National Centre for Cold-chain Development (NCCD) and Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare jointly organised an outreach awareness programme on cold chain development today at the North Eastern Development Finance Corporation Limited (NEDFi), Dispur here, a press release stated. A booklet by NCCD and Mission for Development of Horticulture, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare (MIDH) titled Awareness Programme on Cold-chain Schemes was unveiled on the occasion. Chief guest Shobhana K Pattanayak, Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Govt of India asked the entrepreneurs and farmers of the north-eastern region to focus on proper food storage and integrated cold chain development to check food wastage. He called upon the audience to come forward as the government is focusing on the development of the NE region. Dr Ranjeet Mehta, director, PhD Chamber, in his welcome remarks said that for the development of cold chain in the region, it is important to bring awareness among the farmers as well as the stakeholders of cold chain. Pawanexh Kohli, chief adviser and CEO, NCCD, Government of India, in his speech, highlighted all the benefits of setting up cold storage in the North East It is hereby informed to all applicants who applied for,grade- IV posts of this Directorate as per this office advertisement published earlier vide letter dated that, Viva-Voce for the various posts will be commenced with effect from in the office of the undersigned as-per the schedule given below : Name of the Post Roll No. Date of Interview Office Peon OP-01 to OP OP-81 to OP OP-161 to OP OP-241 to OP OP-321 to OP OP-401 to OP OP-481 to OP OP-561 to OP OP-641 to OP OP-721 to OP OP-801 to OP Chowkidar CHW-01 to CHW CHW-71 to CHW Chainman CHN-01 to CHN CHN-51 to CHN Mali M-01 to M M-76 to M It is also informed that the Call Letters to the eligible candidates are already issued through Dak post. Those candidates who have not received the Call Letter timely they may report to the office of the undersigned during office hours before the date of commencement of interview for duplicate copy of the Call Letter from this office. By Order Director of Land Records & Surveys etc. Assam Janasanyog/5517/16 Rupnagar : Guwahati-32. and building a proper cold chain thereof. He also focused on the subject matter of the programme and said that awareness among the stakeholders is necessary for development. SK Hazarika, regional manager, PHD Chamber, NER, Guwahati, highlighted the various schemes of the Govt and focused on cold chain development, the release added. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 BORDER ROADS ORGANISATION Appx. 'A' NOTICE INVITING TENDERS (NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING) 1. Chief Engineer Project Udayak, (Doomdooma) invites online tender from the eligible contractors for the following works : Particulars of work : NIT No /02/E8 1." HANDLING AND / OR CONVEYANCE OF STEEL INCLUDING BSB PARTS AND OTHER MISC STORES FROM GUWAHATI/ SAILYARD GUWAHATI/ESD TEZPUR TO DETT. 534 SS & TC (DOOMDOOMA) OF 752 BRTF UNDER PROJECT UDAYAK" Cost/ Time of work (a) Cost : Rs Lac (b) Period of Completion : 365 days (c) Earnest Money : Rs. 27, (Rupees Twenty Seven Thousand Sixty-four only) Details of tender documents : (a) Cost of Tender : Rs. 500/- (In form of DD/Banker's Cheque in favour of Chief Engineer Project Udayak Payable at SBI Tinsukia Code No. 0196) (b) Availability : From 05 Oct 2016 (11.00 Hrs) to 24 Oct 2016 (11.30 Hrs) (c) submission : Start date : 13 Oct 2016 (12.00 Hrs) End date : 24 Oct, 2016 (11.30 Hrs) Note: Full notice of tender, any change in above details, tender document (including eligibility criteria) and other details may be obtained from BRO website: or reference only) or eprocure.gov.in.for any queries, please contact on Telephone Fax: and Col Director (Contract) davp 37102/11/0516/1617 for Accepting Officer No. GAG (A) 41/2015/ EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR HIRING OF HELICOPTER ON LONG TERM LEASE General Administration Department, Government of Assam desires to hire a twin engined Helicopter equipped with all safety norms as prescribed by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Govt. of India issued in the form of Aircraft Rules, 1937, CAR, AIC,, Circulars etc. (which can be accessed at the DGCA website at on lease for flying of very important functionaries State Administration to reach out to the affected areas of natural calamities/ for law and order maintenance etc. General Administration Department, Government of Assam invites Expression of Interest for hiring of the Helicopter on long term wet lease. specifications and terms & conditions 1. SPECIFICATION AND SAFETY REQUIREMENT OF THE HELICOPTER: The helicopter offered must have at least two engines. Seating capacity should be of a minimum of 8+2 in VIP configuration. The Helicopter must be well equipped and fulfilling Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). The helicopter should also have all other required mandatory features for VIP operation, such as Dual Communication and Navigation System, Weather Radar, Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR), Flight Data Recorder (FDR), Dual Mode Transponder, Auto Pilot, Global Positioning System (GPS) etc. The Rotor Craft should have air-conditioning system and Cabin interior should be well furnished for VIP operation. The operator shall ensure that the helicopter offered is kept well maintained in optimal flying condition during the lease period meeting all mandatory requirements for VIP flying as prescribed by DGCA from time to time. 2. STATION: The helicopter will be stationed at Guwahati, Kamrup(Metro) Area and fly to any destination as per the direction of the State Government in the General Administration Department. 3. BASE: The operator shall have their own arrangement with a base maintenance facility at LGBI Airport, Guwahati during the period of Lease with the State Government. The base maintenance approval for Guwahati base for carrying out maintenance of the proposed helicopter to be used for VIP flight commitments shall be obtained from DGCA by the operator. Such base facility, if not already available. shall have to be established by the lessor or lessor has to enter into requisite agreement with the existing facility within 30 days of the actual signing of the lease agreement. 4. SUBSTITUTE HELICOPTER: If the dedicated helicopter is not available due to any factor beyond the control of the operator, a substitute helicopter of equal merit and configuration shall be provided by the operator. The substitute helicopter so provided shall also be of the same class and flying conditions. Failure to provide such a substitute helicopter shall be treated as default in service attracting suitable penalty as may be provided in the lease agreement. 5. SCHEDULED INSPECTION: A Maximum of two days in a month will be allowed for scheduled inspection and maintenance of the helicopter. The operator will intimate the dates in writing at least 10 days in advance to the State Government. 6. NON-AVAILABILITYOF THE HELICOPTER: The operator shall ensure that the helicopter offered is available on all days in a month for VIP operation. In case the helicopter is not available for any day excepting for scheduled inspection stated above, the operator shall make arrangement for a substitute helicopter. If the operator fails to make such arrangement, double the proportionate amount of the fixed monthly charges will be deducted for the days the operator fails to provide the Helicopter for operation. 7. TRANSPORTATION OF VIPs INSIDE THE AIRPORT : The operator shall provide a vehicel suitable for VIP use inside the LGBI Airport, Guwahati at his own cost for the transport of the passengers from the boarding gate upto the helicopter and back to the arrival hall of the Airport and extend necessary courtesies to them. 8. TENURE (DURATION) OF LEASE: The Hiring will be initially for five years on wet lease asis. Wet lease includes aircraft. crew, maintenance, insurance etc. However, the performance of the operator wiii be accessed annually and if found not satisfactory, will be terminated. The lease tenure shall commence from the date of execution of the lease agreement and shall remain valid for five year unless terminated earlier. Lease can be renewed further by the State Government with the consent of the operator on terms and conditions as mutually agreed upon. 9. TERMINATION OF LEASE: Either party, i.e the State Government or the operator can terminate the lease at any time by giving one month s notice or payment of*the one month s Fixed Monthly Charges to the other party in lieu of such notice. However, in case the operator terminates the lease he will not be eligible for the demobilization charges, if any, from Guwahati to his base. 10. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: In order to be eligible for consideration, the bidder should be fulfilling all the requirements as indicated below: Should be a Helicopter operator with valid Non Scheduled Operator s Permit (NSOP). Should have at least 3 serviceable twin engined helicopters in its fleet. The helicopter offered should be preferably of less than 4 years old and should not have completed more than 2500 flying hours. Bidders having helicopter more than 4 years old having completed more than 2500 flying hours may also participate. However, preference will be given to the operator with the newer helicopter with least flying hours completed. Should have experience of operating helicopters for at least 5 years. Should have it s own maintenance facility or have a valid agreement with a certified maintenance facility. Should have pilots qualified for flying VIPs as per DGCA norms. Should have PA N of Income Tax. Should have Service Tax registration number. 11. PILOT: The helicopter must be flown by two experienced pilots having the required qualifications, rating and experience as prescribed by DGCA from time to time. 12. TRAINING AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT: All necessary trainings prescribed by the DGCA for the operational and technical personnel must be provided at the cost of Operator. 13. SAFETY NORMS: The operator shall abide by all safety norms as prescribed for VIP operations by the DGCA from time to time. 14. PARKING & FUELING: Government will not pay for parking & fueling as well as pertaining to the idle period of the helicopter. 15. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL: The interested bidders may submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) with the relevant details, supporting documents etc so that the matter can be further considered for circulation of RFP. Last date for submission of EOI is Sd/- Commissioner & Secretary to the Govt. of Assam General Administration Department. Janasanyog/2485/16

5 CITY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 Fancy Bazar residents move GMC over garbage dumps STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Garbage dumps in their area, lying unattended for days together, have forced residents of Ward No 9 in Fancy Bazar area to move the Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC). In a written complaint, the residents expressed anguish at the inaction of the GMC despite being reminded of the problem in the past. A lot of garbage is thrown in our area. The garbage has accumulated over the years and the sites have turned into huge dumps, making the environment polluted and unhealthy. In fact, the garbage dumps have apparently led to spread of diseases in the area, the residents complained. They also noted that the environment has made it difficult for commuters to pass through the area. We lodged a complaint with the authorities in July last, with a copy to the councillor, but to no avail, a resident said. In this new era when both the Central and the State governments are promoting the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan for a green and clean India, this problem in our locality raises a big question mark on the campaign, the residents said in a letter to the GMC Commissioner along with photographs of the garbage dumps. The residents requested the GMC Commissioner to take necessary action to clear the garbage dumps. Science drama GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The Regional Science Centre, Guwahati is organising a zonal level science drama competition tomorrow in its Khanapara premises. Teams from different NE states will participate in it. The winner and the runner-up of the drama competition will represent the North East in the National Science Drama Festival to be held in Bengaluru in January, IN THE CITY TODAY Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to attend the inaugural session of the 2-day seminar on recent trends in mechanical engineering at Institution of Engineers (India), Assam State Centre, Panbazar at 9.30 am. Guv takes part in cleanliness drive STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Governor Banwarilal Purohit today took part in a cleanliness drive under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan near the Kamrup Deputy Commissioner s office. Inaugurating the cleanliness drive, Purohit called upon everybody to contribute to maintain a clean environment and exhibit a sense of responsibility for making the State clean and green. Stressing the need of cleanliness drives, he said cleanliness drives are a wonderful opportunity for people s participation and act as a force multiplier to raise awareness about the importance of cleanliness in one s life. The Governor also emphasised placing dustbins in market places so that garbage is thrown into the dustbin and not littered around. Deputy Commissioner Kamrup Vinod Seshan, other senior officers and staff of the district administration also participated in the cleanliness drive. THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 5 State Cong panel to study consequences of the country. The AICC has appealed to GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Assam the Union government to repradesh Congress Committee examine the matter in its en(apcc) president Ripun Bora tirety and tread carefully on today constituted a committee this sensitive issue. to examine the consequences The APCC committee will of the proposed amendment to submit its report to the the Citizenship Act. Pradesh Congress on OctoAccording to an APCC ber 31, The members statement here, the commit- of the committee are APCC tee, to be headpresident ed by former Citizenship Act Ripun Bora, Chief Minister amendment Leader of the Tarun Gogoi, Assam Conwill submit its report to the gress Legislative Party All India Congress Commit- (ACLP) Debabrata Saikia, tee (AICC) for formulating the Deputy Leader of the ACLP party policy on the issue. Rakibul Hussain, ex-chief The APCC said in its state- Minister Bhumidhar Barman, ment that the AICC is highly ACLP Chief Whip Wazed Ali disturbed with the hasty deci- Choudhury, Lok Sabha MP sion of the Bharatiya Janata Sushmita Deb, ex-minister Party-led government at the Dr Ardhendu Dey, former Centre to go for amendment Minister Gautam Roy, former to the Citizenship Act. This Union Minister Pawan Singh amendment will disturb the Ghatowar, former Member age-old communal harmony in of Parliament Bolin Kauli and Assam and will have more ad- former Minister Jaman Singh verse impacts on the identity, Brahma. APCC Coordinator culture and economic aspects (Administration) Diganta of the indigenous people of Chaudhury has been appointassam as well as other states ed its convenor. STAFF REPORTER Workshop on ethical hacking STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: A cyber security expert B Tech student teamed up with a cyber security analyst to conduct a two-day workshop on ethical hacking recently at the Azara campus of the Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU). ADBU s Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology organised the event christened BoscoHack The resource persons were Lakshya Jyoti Borah, co-founder and chief technology officer of Gratia Technology Private Ltd and Indrajeet Bhuyan, a second year ADBU B Tech student. It was really a good experience to be able to teach more than 120 students from differ- ent institutions of the region and outside, Bhuyan, who developed the smallest possible code in the world (2kb) which could crash Whatsapp, said. Bhuyan added, Our workshop on ethical hacking and cyber security was different from other workshops as we mainly focused on giving handsin session rather than just theoretical knowledge. And latest case studies were covered. Bhuyan said that young minds are always tempted towards hacking and so it is necessary to give them a proper direction, explaining the good side of this field so that they understand the importance of security and understand the responsibility before misusing it. Golaghat-based cyber security trainer Lakshya Jyoti Bo- rah has trained more than 4,000 students and even government officials in various colleges and universities of Assam. The event was sponsored by Github, Cybrary, Skillshare and HackerRank. The topics covered in the workshop included introduction to ethical hacking, foot printing and reconnaissance, scanning networks, enumeration, Google hacking and advanced Google hacking, online account hacking and security, data hiding techniques, android hacking and SMS spoofing, Trojans and RATS, hacking accounts and tracing, introduction to DVWA and Kali Linux etc. The event was attended by 125 participants from various institutions across the country. Man drowns in Brahmaputra JALUKBARI, Oct 20: The body of Arjun Basfor (56), a fourth grade employee of NF Railway (Maligaon) was found near Pandu port today. According to police sources, the deceased had gone to take a dip in the Brahmaputra around 7.30 in the morning. A joint action team of SDRF and River Police retrieved the body from the river around 10:40 am. Correspondent WEATHER GUWAHATI LOCAL FORECAST: Mainly clear sky to partly cloudy sky. Fog/mist is very likely to occur. Maximum and Minimum temperatures are most likely to be 32 C and 21 C respectively on Friday. TEMPERATURE: Max 33.0 C Min 21.0 C

6 6 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 MESSAGE FOR TODAY All things are connected. CHIEF SEATTLE Uri India-Myanmar ties India s relation with our eastern neighbour Myanmar is of great value. Over the decades, despite the Chinese efforts to meddle in the region, the two countries have been able to maintain cordial ties. No doubt, there have been issues of divergence. India was at times forced to tread cautiously due to the fact that Myanmar for decades was ruled by a succession of military juntas. However, both sides have managed to overcome such hassles. Now with multiparty democracy back in Myanmar and a civilian leadership looking to steer the country towards the path of peace and development, more possibilities have opened up for further strengthening of bilateral ties between New Delhi and Naypyidaw. The India visit of Myanmar s top leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who holds the position of State Counsellor and Foreign Minister, portends well for the future of India-Myanmar relations. The two countries have found many points of common interest and have signed agreements to boost cooperation in power, banking and insurance sectors, as well as step up ties in diverse areas like oil and gas, agriculture, renewable energy and health care. A strategy for close security coordination in border areas, keeping in view the sensitivity of each other s strategic interests, has also been decided upon. The Archaeological Survey of India will work on restoring two old temples and inscriptions of King Mindon and King Bagyidaw in Bodh Gaya. Better ties between India and Myanmar will not only bring dividends in areas of security but also boost trade and commerce on both sides. India has been a major trading partner of Myanmar for centuries. Since the signing of a trade agreement in 1970, bilateral trade has been growing steadily. It rose from $328 million in to over $2 billion in The State Bank of India had recently announced its entry into Myanmar by opening a branch in Yangon. Diversified conglomerate Tata Group has also strengthened its presence in Myanmar with the establishment of a new office there. As per Suu Kyi, Myanmar will come up with new investment guidelines to make her business environment transparent for foreign companies, which could act as a bonanza for Indian firms. For India, Myanmar is a gateway to the markets of entire South-east Asia. Both India and Myanmar are victims of insurgency in their respective border regions. Terrorist groups of both countries are known to share camps and help each other. While the armed forces and security agencies of both countries have cooperated in each other s efforts to curb the terrorist outfits, a lot more can be achieved. Indian political leaders could do well not to indulge in chestthumping when our forces engage in tactical actions, like what happened last year when elite units of Indian Army went inside Myanmar to wipe out camps of insurgent groups. With proper strategy, the future of India- Myanmar relations looks even better. Boosting agriculture Favourable conditions notwithstanding, the State s agriculture sector is nowhere near realizing its potential. Even as interventions are being made, the desired impact has been far from visible. The growth rate of agriculture still remains well below national average, let alone competing with other agriculturally-advanced States. While the vagaries of nature like recurring and un-seasonal floods and dry spells continue to be a bane for agriculture, the required technological interventions continue to elude those who need it the most. Shrinking of agricultural land due to erosion and change in land use patterns particularly transfer of farmland for industrial and commercial purposes has also hit the sector hard. Slack laws on holding and transfer of land in tribal belts and blocks is creating a situation in which outsiders are increasingly falling upon the land of the indigenous. The situation is also fraught with ominous portents on the State s socio-political front as well. It is against this backdrop that one needs to consider the ambitious Rs 30,000-crore Chief Minister s Samagra Gramya Unnayan Yojana that seeks to double farm income by On the face of it, it is a much-needed move, given that our agriculture badly needs substantial investment. However, such a huge financial intervention within a period of just five years as promised by the State Government seems a bit unrealistic. In the past also, we had seen how the previous State Government made it a habit of announcing projects at the drop of a hat without actually implementing those on the ground. Implementing this project, therefore, will be a real test for the Government. The project, to be implemented across 25,000 revenue villages, primarily focuses on agriculture and related activities besides convergence of various departmental schemes, protection of land resources, enhanced irrigation, and skill development. The stagnancy setting in our agriculture can be explained by the fact that scientific interventions continue to be distanced from agriculture, thanks to an overall lack of vision, poor planning and tardy implementation at government level. The very fact that agriculture continues to be pursued in a primordial manner by a majority of the farmers who are landless and marginal having small land holdings is a poor commentary on the state of affairs concerning this vital sector. Multiple cropping so essential at a time when we are to feed a burgeoning population stays a non-starter. Despite recurring weather-induced crop losses, the farmers do not yet have access to crop insurance. These are some of the basic areas requiring government intervention. There is a definite need to bring the fruits of scientific research to the marginalized farming community. They require all the expertise related to crop production, management, post-harvest technologies and value-addition, storage, market linkage and institutional finance. Unless these issues are addressed, poor remuneration for the toiling farmers will continue to be the reality. attack and its aftermath Brig BC Sarmah (retd) On September 18, 2016, the Pakistan-supported terrorists had attacked the Uri garrison of Indian Army resulting in a very high toll of 19 soldiers death. Though all the four militants involved in the attack were also killed, this is not of much consequence. The Uri attack had crossed the threshold of our national tolerance. There was louder public passion and sentiment for immediate retaliation to pay them back in their own coins. Usually, groups of militants infiltrate in a particular region to carry out pre-planned operations on selected targets. When a set of militants is engaged in an operation, some remain in waiting (militarily termed as reserves). If there is panic and pandemonium caused by the attack in the target area, these waiting terrorists move in to inflict further damage on the target. So an increased vigil not only prevents further militant action in the area but also assists to intercept the ex-filtrating terrorists. Therefore, sensitizing ourselves with the impending threats and upgrading the vigil is unavoidable. Further, after detailed deliberations, the lessons learnt from the operation are drawn and implemented as applicable, besides disseminating to the forces deployed in the region for appropriate amalgamation in their operation routine. It must be appreciated that despite the changing designs of adversities which our troops face in such frontier areas, each jawan always remains in a very high state of morale and motivation. Post-Uri there had been a few more tantalizing events. On September 26 last, in her speech in the UN General Assembly, Exter- Letters to the EDITOR Sir, It s really good news for the people of Assam, and also for those in Meghalaya, that the management of the worldrenowned United Nations University (UNU) has approached the State governments of both the States to set up their campus either in Assam or in Meghalaya. On behalf of UNU, the Indian Federation of United Nations Association has approached and written to the Assam Government seeking allocation of land to set up United Nations University. The Federation is the leading independent policy authority on the UN in India and is an India-wide grassroots membership organization. UNU is a global think-tank and postgraduate teaching organization with its headquarters in Japan. The establishment of the university will definitely make nal Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told the UN that Pakistan, which is aiming to capture Jammu and Kashmir by sponsoring terrorism, should stop dreaming about it because Kashmir is and will always remain an integral part of India. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during his speech from the same podium on September 21 last remarked that India always laid preconditions for friendship. Swaraj rebutted the claim with several The concurrent importance of POK and Kashmir is growing only from the Pakistan s point of view. The CPEC highway passes through Gilgil-Baltistan which lies in POK. So under no circumstances Pakistan will like to part with (or to be even interfered with) POK. Thus, there have been all out attempts by Pakistan to internationalize the Kashmir issue. examples. Her speech much have given a jolt to our neighbour. Then came the surgical strike. This strike should have put them into recoil action. Subsequently on October 2, the militants attacked the Rashtriya Rifles post in Janbazpor, on the outskirts of Baramullah; again on October 10 morning, the militants attacked the head office of Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) in the Pampore area located on the outskirts of Srinagar and another attack on the SSB jawans on October 13 in Srinagar. One way these actions may be taken as a routine affair because prior to the annual snowfall, during which the passes remain close, thus the trans-border infiltration ceases, the militants are known to accelerate their operations. Alternatively, these may well be the reactions of the surgical strike. As these actions are repetitive; we have to seriously consider retaliatory actions from minor operations in the LoC area, transborder actions, economic trading like raising import tariffs, interfere with trade ties between the two countries, withdraw the MFN status and other diplomatic measures. It must be understood that a full-scale war is economically extremely expensive; more so as the aftereffects are on the entire civilization, which may be devastating as both the countries possess nuclear capability. For a peaceloving country like India, this option must be the last resort. Pakistan is in the confluence of some of the greatest civilizations which includes India, China, Persia, etc. Therefore, all these countries will stake a claim in the area. The USA needs Pakistan for settling the Afghanistan turmoil. Russia has its own interest, that s why their troops were in Pakistan during September-October (i.e., post- Uri) for a fortnight-long joint military exercise. Countries of the Middle-east have their own affiliations. And China has a major role in the entire gamut. So we have to be really very sure as to who would be in a position to support our retaliatory action(s). Talking about the most sensitive issue of Kashmir, Pakistan has occupied the western part of Kashmir, which is called Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK). Now they are constantly fighting for complete Kashmir. We have to regularly review our stance towards Kashmir so that it remains stable under all circumstances. Concurrently, we must formulate our strategy towards the POK. The eastern part of Kashmir has its own dispute on the LoC redrawn from the Karakoram pass to Chusul, south of Pangong Tso. This disputed area also calls for serious diplomatic resolve. Here the Chinese involvement in Pakistan, mainly on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), assumes significance. CPEC is a corridor which the Chinese are building across Pakistan from Gilgit to Gwadar (southwestern part of Pakistan). This is mainly the construction of a six-lane highway, passing through entire Pakistan from north to south through Balochistan up to the port at Gwadar. Besides this highway, quite a few subsidiary roads are planned to be made, some industries are to come up along this highway and finally, Gwadar port is being given a new shape including an international airport. All these initiatives are going to cost the Chinese billions of dollars. Therefore, the dividends must be very high. Presently, China is using the Indian Ocean route from the Strait of Hormuz (where the Chinese have made heavy business investments Market economy and regionalism in Assam Tulika Sarmah Although the Constitution of India has not defined the term federal, it has provided for a structure of governance which is essentially federal in nature. Federalism requires understanding and negotiations between the Centre and State governments in the making and implementation of policies. However, it is observed that national parties tend to lead to centralization of powers and more so after the BJP-led Government took charge at the Centre. With a thrust on making a stronger India, the present Narendra Modi Government is overriding the essence of federalism and trampled on the basic tenets of regional interests by actively propagating and over-implying on the one nation, one religion, one language policy. It is a known fact that regional parties have been playing major roles in the national policies and further federalized the working of federalism. While the parliamentary wings of most of the national political parties played a hegemonic role and voices from below were ignored and dissidence forcefully curbed, the need for a truly decentralized federal polity has been a constant demand of the States as the changing nature of the party system and the growing importance of regional parties have federalized the working of Indian democracy to a large extent. The growth of regional parties by and large is the outcome of overcentralization by national leaders and government. The regional parties in many States started making suggestions for restructuring of the Centre-State relations so as to ensure greater autonomy of the State. The southern Chief Ministers took the initiative of seeking drastic changes in the Centre-State relations from the 70s onward, followed up by the North-eastern States forming a regional parliamentary forum. Their demands gave a new dimension to the States need to meet financial requirements for development and disaster management. The Sarkaria Commission appointed by the Central Government only vindicated the long-standing demand of reorientation to Centre-State relations. The emergence of some powerful regional parties in various States and their successful run in electoral politics proved beyond doubt that there had been something wrong in governance. In this backdrop, it was quite natural that smaller parties could form political alliances to give a new impetus to the growing need to re-examine Centre-State relations so as to remove the imbalance in fiscal, legislative and administrative relations in the true federal spirit. In a significant development, the Federal Front was formed consisting of regional parties like the TDP, TMC, DMK and AGP so as to protect the interests of the States they were representing. It was all about gaining a better bargaining power in relation to the Centre and for that matter the regional parties are the partners of consecutive UPA and NDA coalition governments. But in multiparty democratic rule, two or more parties usually sink their basic ideological differences and work with a common agenda. The AGP and BJP suspended their political strife though historically they have got a much amplified common cause of safeguarding the interests of the ethnic Assamese for power sharing; but to what extent they could stick to this self-proclaimed agenda posed a big question. This scepticism comes from the fact that the polity of Assam is largely dependent on the market economy which is controlled by the national capital by the course of time which earned a multinational character under the influence of the business community. It is needless to say, the market in Assam is remote-controlled from United Nations University in Assam Assam the only second place to have a UN institute in the world after the first one in Tokyo. This will definitely be a major landmark in the world map. It may be recalled here that the authorities in UNU wrote to Assam Government to allot land for the project way back in However, the Congress-led Government failed to give any response to this. On August this year also, the authorities in UNU wrote to the Assam Government again seeking a favourable response in this regard. Now, it s up to the BJP-led Government in Assam to respond to this much-awaited project. As per media reports, the Government of Meghalaya has taken the proposal from this internationally-renowned university to set up their campus in Meghalaya very seriously. Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal should take up the matter on a priority basis keeping the greater interest of the State in mind. This university will offer special courses on Social Science, Humanities, Science and Technology, and United Nations Studies at various levels including graduation, PG and research. Students from all over the world can pursue education from this topclass educational establishment. This will be a great opportunity in promoting Guwahati as a regional hub in sectors like education, social, economy and tourism. I therefore request the Government of Assam to take immediate steps to take this golden opportunity to set up such a global institute in the State. Yours etc., CHINMOY SHYAMAL GOSWA- MI, Guwahati. Citizenship Bill Sir, With reference to the article Proposed Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 by Harekrishna Deka (AT, Oct 19), it can be said that providing citizenship on the basis of religion is purely against the very nature of our secular constitution. Again, how a man can be distinguished as a Hindu or Muslim or Buddhist when there is every possibility of religious conversion just to attain Indian citizenship? A Bangladeshi national coming to India hardly has any valid document on the basis of which we can know his religion. So I think these people will try to prove themselves as religious minorities by any means after the Act comes into force. Yours etc., DIBYAJYOTI DAS, BVFCL Colony, Namrup. Fire safety Sir, The devastating fire in the SUM Hospital at Bhubaneswar, Odisha should be an eye opener to the government, public as well as the patients which need to take recourse to costly medical treatment offered by private hospitals. Twenty patients died and more than hundred injured in the incident. It was found that the hospital not only flouted the required firefighting norms but in the African countries) to move along south of Sri Lanka, to Malacca Strait and finally travel north to reach the Chinese waters (South China Sea). This is time consuming, far too costly and vulnerable to interference. However, if Gwadar is made, they have to travel only a few hundred miles in the sea and thereafter they move along the CPEC to reach China, which eventually will gain in trillions, at a little cost offered to Pakistan. That being the importance of CPEC, China is likely to be in Pakistan s side. The concurrent importance of POK and Kashmir is growing only from the Pakistan s point of view. The CPEC highway passes through Gilgil-Baltistan which lies in POK. So under no circumstances Pakistan will like to part with (or to be even interfered with) POK. Thus, there have been all out attempts by Pakistan to internationalize the Kashmir issue. The CPEC highway also passes through Balochistan, where there is internal turmoil. That s why the mention of this by our Prime Minister during his Independence Day speech sent shock waves through neighbour s military-civil heavyweights. Our lobbying with China to expose Pakistan as a terrorsponsoring state will surely be a preferable diplomatic step. Lastly, we as citizens of India must play our own role as correctly as possible, repose complete trust on our decision-makers to enable them to initiate balanced actions. We also have one of the most professional armed forces in the world, which is performing roundthe-clock duties in most hostile terrains with elan. It will be wise to comment least on their actions, which are anyway answerable to the government. Let the armed forces do their job. Fancy Bazar and it is always funding the most powerful or would-be powerful national party and for this, the regional outfits have already lost their original charm. So the market-accrued compulsions shift to either the Congress or the BJP and that shift in the run-up to the last Assembly election was easily compounded by a resurgent BJP and a downsized AGP. The regional party which ruled the State for two terms thus became a slender force to reckon with and the market that finances the political bosses shrewdly read through this writing on the wall. In the course of time, it is the loss of the bargaining power of the region-centric polity against the gain achieved by a national political party. The national or multinational capital does not find it safe to invest in a regional political outfit which is at a loser s end. The electorate is helpless and they could not understand the game plan of the bigwigs working in tandem with the big business or capitalist class. Although in the changing situations quite a few regional parties joined hands with the saffron party, they are not in a position to put their demand boldly before the Centre and the results are too stern for all to see. The question that is to be asked now is: Can the BJP-AGP combine take the State s predominantly agrarian economy back on the rescue path? In spite of having fertile land and huge water resources, Assam is lagging behind in agro-economy and her farmers are always at a pitiful condition for lack of right kind of help from the government and lack of proper marketing of their products. The nagging troubles caused by regular floods and erosion add to their plight, without mercy and without any respite following the havoc. When the mainstay of the economy is in doldrums, a healthy growth is all but assuring and a market-dominated economy is seemingly in no mood to rectify the misdeeds resulted from rampant corruption and mismanagement in agricultural sector. The regional parties too are answerable to this state of affairs. But there is every doubt over whether they will act on their own, or stick to their original ideological stance or working agenda. They have lost their credibility to act as a progressive force to make Assam sail through one of the most trying times to date. To demand legitimate and autonomous right for self-development is the logic of the federal system that resulted in the emergence and popularity of regional or state political parties. But for their own deeds, their influence wanes in the context of national parties wielding heavy batons of power. has violated many other safety rules. Of late, the health care sector has become a lucrative money-making proposition and many unscrupulous people have entered this field more with the motive of earning money than that of serving the needy. With political clout, these private hospitals flout all norms and required criteria that are mandatory in the matter of setting up a health care establishment. There are too many of these private hospitals known more as nursing homes in Guwahati and other cities of the State. The Government should be strict in enforcing the compliance of all safety norms and the public should be careful in selecting such institutes for the purpose of treatment. Yours etc., BHASKAR PHUKAN, Camp Mumbai. Articles (within words) and Letters to the Editor for publication in the editorial page may be sent to the ID:

7 CITY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 7 Purohit takes stock of developmental works in Kamrup district STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: In the last leg of his lower Assam tour, Governor Banwarilal Purohit visited Kamrup district today and held a meeting with the heads of government departments. He took stock of the development works and the prevailing law and order in the district. Deputy Commissioner Vinod Seshan apprised the Governor of various developmental projects being undertaken in the district through a power point presentation, an official release said. Stressing the need for making health services accessible, affordable and accountable, Purohit asked the Joint Director of Health Services to ensure the presence of doctors in OPDs. He also asked the Joint Director to ensure availability of stocks of all medicines in hospitals and asked the Deputy Commissioner to monitor it. The Governor asked the DRDA Project Director to take appropriate steps to ensure the survival of saplings being planted at various locations of the district. He asked the DRDA to undertake regular supervision and monitoring to ensure that a lush green milieu could be maintained and sustained in the district. On the educational front, the Governor asked the Deputy Commissioner to implement 3-day seminar from today GUWAHATI, Oct 20: A threeday seminar, Jeevan Vigyan as a Value Based Education in the Modem Curriculum organised by Kendriya Jeevan Vigyan Academy, a unit of Jam Vishva Bharati Institute, will commence at the Acharya Mahashramam Pravas Sthal here tomorrow. A host of academics will attend the event. The main focus of the seminar will be on the re-establishment of the values of life in the field of education so as to achieve complete development of the personality of the learners. It will discuss and deliberate on the various aspects of Jeevan Vigyan, its distinguished features and the benefits derived from its study in the contemporary educational set-up with special emphasis on the present-day curricula of schools, colleges, and universities, the organisers said in a statement. Staff Reporter Literary Fest-2016 gets under way STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The inaugural ceremony of the Royal Group of Institution s Literary Fest-2016 was declared open by chief guest Adil Hussain, guest of honour Upamanyu Chatterjee and chairman of Royal Group AK Pansari today. The festival was joined by noted writers and academics including Geeta Dharmarajan, Preeti Gill, Sanjoy Hazarika, Jerry Pinto, Shinie Antony, Prof Bijoy Kumar Singh, Prof Pankaj Thapa, Rashmi Narzary, Patricia Mukhim, Prof Bibhash Choudhury, Dr Rakhee Kalita, Dr Shrutimala Duarah, Bhaskar Dutta Baruah, Bandita Phukan and Prof Ashes Gupta. Pix-a-tale, which is about framing a story by observing the pictures, was one of the 22 events being held in River Talks. It was a one-hour competition among participants from different colleges and schools, which was judged by Dr Darshana Goswami. A panel discussion was also held on traditional publishing vis-a-vis electronic publishing. Participating in it, Preeti Gill spoke about old and newer publishing mediums, saying that it was thought that e-books would take over per cent of the market back in 2010, but then it did not take off well. Some other events held today were Tug of Words, a debate on The House believes that there can never be Gender Equality on this Planet, and a poster-making competition in which there were 44 participants from different schools across the State. UBI employees meet GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The 27th conference of the United Bank of India Employees Association (UBIEA), Assam State, will be held on October 22 and 23 at the auditorium of the Institution of Engineers, Assam State Centre, Guwahati. The open session of the conference, to be held at 2.30 pm on October 22, will be inaugurated by Soumitra Talapatra, all-india general secretary of UBIEA. Dilip Kumar Sarma, general secretary of Assam Provincial Bank Employees Association, will be the chief guest and Lalita Joshi, joint secretary of All India Bank Employees Association, will be the appointed speaker. Munin Mahanta of AITUC will deliver the welcome address as the chairman of the reception committee of the conference. More than 200 delegates and observers from Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram will attend the meet. The conference will discuss the prevailing condition of the banking industry as well as the Government s move to privatise public sector banks and merge banks. The conference will also discuss the conditions in the UBI, particularly its financial health and various problems being faced by the employees, a press release stated. Mofizuddin s poetry has elements of harmony GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The prize distribution ceremony of the 16th Mofizuddin Ahmed Hazarika Literary Awards was held at the ITA, Machkhowa, on Wednesday, stated a press release today. Kabyasindhu Mofizuddin, a collection of analytical writings on the works of Gyanmalini Kabi Mofizuddin Ahmed Hazarika, edited by Anish Uz Zaman, was also released on the occasion. The function was attended by noted litterateur and expresident of the Asam Sahitya Sabha Dr Nagen Saikia as the chief guest, Dr Amarjyoti Choudhury, ex-pro Vice Chancellor of Tezpur University, as the guest of honour and Dr Anil Kumar Goswami, ex-principal of Cotton College, and other literary and academic luminaries. In his speech, Dr Saikia said late Ahmed Hazarika s poetry has elements of solidarity and harmony which, if harnessed, can pave the way for a peaceful and progressive society. Dr Amarjyoti Choudhury praised the steps taken by Maria s Public School and the memorial committee to remember the poet and his works. He said that there is a distinct rhythm in the poet s verses which make them more alluring. Nellie Ahmed Tanweer, founder and managing trustee, Maria s Public School and the poet s granddaughter, said that the Mofizuddin Ahmed Hazarika literary competition was the realisation of her mother, Sofia Z Ahmed s dream. Later, prizes were distributed among the winners of the competitions held in August. Alpana Khound Phukan, principal, Maria s Public School, delivered the vote of thanks. the Right to Education Act effectively in the district. He also asked the DEEO to strictly monitor the student-teacher ratio and do the needful to adhere to it. He underscored the need for taking steps so that no children are left out from compulsory education. For the growth of agriculture in the district, Purohit asked the District Agricultural Officer to do soil testing before plantation of crops. He said the practice would not only enhance agricultural produce, but would also help in retaining the soil fertility. Later, the Governor held a meeting with the MLAs and other public representatives, including the chairmen of Zila Parishad, Rangiya Municipal Board and North Guwahati Town Committee, and asked them to render all possible help for the growth of the district as well as the State. Rangiya MLA Bhabesh Kalita, Palashbari MLA Pranab Kalita and Boko MLA Nandita Das were present in the meeting. Bodoland University Kokrajhar Applications are invited for a JRF/Project Fellow position to work on a DST (SERB), Govt. of India sponsored research project entitled Synthesis of starch based biodegradable functional poly (meth) acrylates by controlled radical polymerization. Interested candidate may send their application and CV to the Principal Investigator via on or before 27th October, Principal lnvestigator(pl): Dr. Dhruba Jyoti Haloi, Dept. of Chemistry, Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, For details, please visit- Advt. No. 15, Dated: 19/10/2016. Sd/- Registrar Bodoland University Kokrajhar

8 8 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 STATE Karbi Anglong BJP leaders join Cong ahead of bypoll CORRESPONDENT DIPHU, Oct 20: Vice president of BJP West Karbi Anglong district committee Sing Teron and another BJP leader George Millik along with their supporters here joined the Congress party at a ceremonial function held at Karbi Anglong District Congress Committee (KADCC), Diphu office premises on Wednesday. The development came ahead of the bypoll of the Baithalangso LAC slated to be held on November 19. The two leaders along with their supporters were felicitated with Karbi traditional turban. Former EM, KAAC and vice president of BJP, Sing Teron claimed that many BJP supporters and workers from his Rongkhang MAC constituency are yet to join the Congress. It may be mentioned here that Teron along with his 182 BJP supporters joined the Congress today. Teron won as MAC for two times consecutively in KAAC elections from Rongkhang MAC constituency with the Congress ticket earlier. Later, he left the Congress camp and joined BJP on March 25, A few days later he was appointed as vice president of BJP of West Karbi Anglong district committee. Another BJP leader George Millik along with his BJP supporters of Amreng MAC constituency also joined BJP today. Citing the reason of returning to the Congress, Milik said that it was due to the infighting among the BJP leaders. Meanwhile, both the leaders assured the observers of the Congress party present in the programme to work wholeheartedly and strengthen the party. In the joining programme, Diphu MP and district Congress president, Biren Sing Engti, former Diphu MLA, Bidyasing Engleng, former MLA and party observer for Karbi Anglong district Dr Durlabh Chamua, APCC secretary Hukum Chand Ali Bagshi and former minister Rupom Sing Ronghang were present. Concern over irregularity in holding of BVMC meet in Darrang dist CORRESPONDENT MANGALDAI, Oct 20: The District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee DISHA, the highest district-level monitoring and vigilance committee formed with MP of Mangaldai Lok Sabha constituency as the Chairman and the Darrang Deputy Commissioner as the member secretary, has expressed serious concern over acute irregularities in holding of meetings of Block Level Vigilance and Monitoring Committees (BVMC) led by respective MLAs in the district. The second meeting of DI- SHA, Darrang held here on Tuesday at the Deputy Com- CORRESPONDENT JORHAT, Oct 20: Two students of Jorhat Balya Bhaban and Cinnamara Higher Secondary School brought accolades to the entire district as their innovative scientific projects were selected for presentation in the 24th National Children Science Congress (NCSC)-2016, which is scheduled to be held from December 27 to 31 this year in Maharashtra. District co-ordinator of NCSC-2016 Budhin Dutta said that Prudam Priyasanga Gogoi of Balya Bhavan and Debojit Gogoi of Cinnamara Higher Secondary School showed outstanding talents in scientific innovation through their two OBITUARY UC Chowdhury CORRESPONDENT MORIGAON, Oct 20: Uttam Chandra Chowdhury, noted social worker of Morigaon district, passed away on Thursday at his residence in Bhurbandha area here due to old-age ailments. He was 86. A leading citizen of Morigaon district, Chowdhury s death has cast a pall of gloom in the entire Morigaon district. Born in 1930 at Katahguri village under Bhurbandha Block, he completed his schooling at Bhurbandha and later graduated from Morigaon College. He was the headmaster of Bhurbandha HE School and retired from the service in He was associated with several socio-cultural organisations of Morigaon district. Several organisations, including Morigaon District Journalists Association, Morigaon Zila Sahitya Sabha, have condoled the death. He leaves behind his wife, two sons and a host of relatives. D Baruah GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Durgeswar Baruah, a resident of Naharkatia College Road in Dibrugarh, passed away on Thursday due to old-age ailments. He was 91. He leaves behind wife, two sons, three daughters and a host of relatives. missioner s conference hall reportedly directed Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Darrang Zila Parishad and all the six Block Development Officers of the district to execute the instructions accordingly. It may be mentioned here that BVMC has been formed by the Government with a view to check corruption and bring transparency to the Centrally-sponsored rural development schemes through holding of meetings, at least quarterly, in a year. However, much to the surprise of the conscious circle of the district not a single meeting has allegedly been held in all the development blocks during the last tenure of the Congressled government in the State. Meanwhile, the meeting of DISHA presided over by Ramen Deka, MP, Mangaldai and attended by all four MLAs of the district, namely, Binanda Kumar Saikia, Gurujyoti Das, Maheswar Boro and Ilias Ali; Deputy Commissioner, Darrang Ashok Kumar Barman and almost all the district heads of government departments also reviewed the progress of various Central Government schemes in PWD, Irrigation, Panchayat and Rural Development, PHE etc., being implemented in the district. Whether the meeting discussed about the actions taken on the minutes of the last DISHA meet held on August Abhay Choudhury, Executive Director, POWERGRID Ltd, NER along with others handing over a cheque worth Rs lakh on behalf of the POWERGRID employees to Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal for the Chief Minister s Relief Fund at the State Secretariat, Dispur on Tuesday evening. State Power Minister Pallav Lochan Das is also seen in the photo. Members of Rashtra Sevika Samiti taking out a procession to mark the 80th anniversary celebration of the Samiti, in Silchar on Wednesday. UB Photos 13 last, however, has not been known. It may be recalled here that the minutes of the meeting recorded many of its decisions, including inquiry into the anomalies in selection of beneficiaries and distribution of old-age pensions under NSAP since 2014, transfer of the Panchayat Secretaries who have completed three years in one GP, arrangement of doctors, paramedical staff and technicians for installation and functioning of a kidney dialysis unit in Mangaldai Civil Hospital, timely uploading of the photos of the activities under Deen Dayal Upadhaya Gram Jyoti Yojana to the official website, among others. Two Jorhat students to participate in 24th NCSC-2016 projects which are purely related to the theme of innovation for sustainable development. Pradum s innovative project gives a solution to reduce artificial flood while Debojit s innovation provides machinery solutions to use the wastes of cane industry profitably. I hope this year also Jorhat projects will be selected as the outstanding projects of scientific innovation in the national-level competition of NCSC-2016, said Debojit s project guide and well-known innovator of Jorhat Bhagaban Barua. Besides, our district has been rewarded by the State-level organising committee of NCSC for being the best academic district in the State. The district souvenir, namely, Anweshan has been adjudged the best in the selection, said district coordinator Dutta. Along with many scientists, teachers of various academic institutions, president of Jorhat district Children Science Congress Dr Paran Barua also applauded the efforts of the students. With the support of teachers of various academic institutions of the district, workers of district-level science society, Aryabhatta Vigyan Kendra, curator and other staff of Jorhat Science Centre and Planetarium have been showing exemplary instances of popularising science across the rural and urban pockets of the district to attract the young minds for scientific thinking. Dr Krishnaballav Deka CORRESPONDENT BARPETA, Oct 20: Veteran writer, social worker and retired professor of Tihu College, Dr Krishnaballav Deka, breathed his last at his residence at Jomother Chupa of Sarthebari in Barppeta district on Wednesday afternoon after a prolonged illness. Born at Sarthebari in 1941, he completed his schooling from Sarthebari High School and graduation from B Borooah College, Guwahati, followed by Master s Degree in History from Gauhati University. After a brief stint as a teacher in Sarthebari High School, he joined Tihu College in 1968 from where he superannuated in He also completed his PhD in He wrote a number of books and essays in periodicals. Notable among the published volumes are Phasikathar Kathgarat Ganatantra, Sankardevar Sanatan Abadan, Narak, Ganajibanar Para Marian Bidrohaloi, Bharatar Ganatantra, Bharatiya Sanskritir Samu Parchay and Kah Shilpa Nagari Sarthebari. Deka was associated with a number of social, cultural and literary organisations of the locality. He was the president of Sarthebari Mahkuma Dabi Samiti at the time of his death. Besides, he was the working president of the reception committee of 61st Sarthebari conference of Asam Sahitya Sabha and president of Bharati Adhyayan Chakra, the Sarthebari unit of the Asam AIIEA to intensify protest against privatisation in insurance sector CORRESPONDENT JORHAT, Oct 20: Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, national president of All India Insurance Employees Association (AIIEA), Amanulla Khan, said that they have intensified protest against Central Government s policy of privatisation in insurance sector as well as foreign direct investment (FDI) in it. LICI has been helping the poor people across the country. How much have the private insurance companies helped the poor? asked Khan. He said that the LICI has occupied 74 per cent in the insurance market of the country and it settled per cent of claims while private insurance companies could settle only 80 per cent of insurance claims. Criticising Central Government s privatisation policy, he said that the Finance Ministry is bowing down before the foreign diplomatic pressure for opening up FDI in the insurance sector despite the public sector insurance companies showing exemplary instances of growth in the country. India has enough potentialities for life insurance market as 65 per cent population belongs to the age group of below 23 years. So the foreign companies are leaving no stone unturned to enter into our insurance market. Their aim is only to make profit, said Khan. dead Sahitya Sabha. Deka was an active participant of the Assam Movement and was an advisor to the local committee of Asom Gana Arishad. He was 75 at the time of his death. He leaves behind his wife, two sons, two daughterin-laws, grandchildren and a host of relatives. Several organisations and institutions have condoled his death. He was cremated in the public crematorium of Sarthebari on Wednesday evening. Six-MLA team inspects Dhubri border areas CORRESPONDENT CORRESPONDENT SILCHAR, Oct 20: The no confidence motion against the Cachar Zila Parishad president Sathi Karmakar was postponed due to the absence of requisite members in the meeting of the Parishad on Wednesday. Vice president Saleha Begam Laskar, who presided over the meeting, read out the Assam Panchayat Raj Act 1995 to postpone the meeting and announced that the next meeting would be held on November 7 to solve the imbroglio. It may be mentioned here that out of the 27 members in the Zila Parishad, a quorum of 18 members was necessary to prove the no It was a silent night and the darkness had e n v e l o p e d Jorhat town in all quietness. The year was My Guru, Pagla Thakur, was busy conducting the Kali Puja. The prayers that my guru chanted before the image of Goddess Kali was the bij or seed mantra. As soon as the dead of night heralded, the gathering heard a tremendous shout in the name of the Mother Goddess Kali by Thakur. At the same time the gathering saw the Guru hitting his chest with a weapon with force. As the call for the meal came in, we had a hearty time with our taste buds. No sooner we finished our meal, my preceptor whose body was covered with a shawl, showed the spot where he had inflicted the blow. But lo and behold! The wound was almost healed. That was his spiritual DHUBRI, Oct 20: On their second day of border visit, the team of six MLAs along with Additional Chief Secretary VS Vaskar and Additional DGP R Chandranathan took a trip to the reverie boundaries of the district with Bangladesh on Thursday. MLAs Padma Hazarika, Tapan Gogoi, Mrinal Saikia, Promod Borthakur, Gurujoyti Das and Jogen Mohan along with Additional Chief Secretary and Additional DGP visited the border areas of Sialdah BPO, Gaspara BPO, Ghewmari BPO and Tistarpar BPO to take a first-hand account of the border areas and interacted with the local people and security officials to know their problems. The team also visited Binnacharra area and other border areas on Wednesday, on the first day of their visit. According to sources, the purpose of the team of MLAs is to take stock of the situation in the border district. They would submit a report to the State government after assessing the issues relating to infiltration. However, the delegation showed their dissatisfaction towards the status of the border areas. They are of the view that the borders in the area are insecure and need immediate attention. MLA Padma Hazarika said, Border issue is of utmost priority to the State and if the boarders are sealed permanently, many correlated issues in the State will be resolved. We are trying our level best to seal and secure the borders with the neighbouring country by the end of 2017, he added. No-trust motion postponed trust motion against the president and BJP, Congress along with AIUDF were waiting for Troyobasi Das, the Independent Zila Parishad member from Katigorah and a suspended BJP member for long hours but he did not turn up to attend the meeting. Reacting to this, Sathi Karmakar said, I don t see any reason why they have brought the bring no confidence motion against me. Interestingly, according to sources Sathi might consider herself safe even if the motion is placed again since Troyobasi has taken the primary membership of District Congress Commitee. Pagla Thakur: a tribute Doomdooma Phillobari PWD road in deplorable state CORRESPONDENT DOOMDOOMA, Oct 20: The condition of around 20- km-long Doomdooma-Phillobari PWD road from Budlabeta TE to Phillobari has become a nightmare for the travellers. People of the greater Phillobari area have been suffering a lot due to the deplorable condition of the only road which connects Phillobari with Doomdooma. The small tea growers of the area have also been suffering a lot due to the current condition of the road as they have been facing trouble in transporting the green tea leaves to the factories. Phillobari regional committee of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) demanded the State government to repair the road immediately. In a press note issued by the president and secretary of the Phillobari unit of AJYCP, Dakhanta Moran and Sadananda Das, respectively, blamed the State government for the deplorable state of the road. The organisation also warned the government that it would start agitations in collaboration with the local people if the government doesn t pay attention to their demand. Seminar on teachers problem ANN SERVICE PATACHARKUCHI, Oct 20: A national-level seminar is going to be organised at BHB College, Sarupeta, on October 21 and 22. The topic of the seminar is The problem of teachers of North East area in the 21th century and syllabus. It will be organised under the aegis of Department of Education of the college. power that he culled from the Mother Goddesss Kali. A grandchild of Bamakhapa. the saint of Bengal, Pagla Thakur was born at Kalighat, Kolkata on October 1, Named Phatik Roy by his parents, Pagla Thakur spent time at Tarapeeth - the residence of Bamakhapa. Saint Bamakhapa had also trained Ramakrishna Paramahamsa about many spiritual truths. Later, Ramakrishna and his chief disciple Vivekananda became world famous. Phatik Roy was baptised at Tarapeeth and assumed the cognomen of Pagla Thakur. There are a few things more difficult than to appraise the work of a man suddenly dead. And Pagla Thakur s life came to an end on October 10 at about 8 pm this month. As soon as the news about his death spread, the sky fell upon many of his disciples heads. Thakur had had the distinction of instituting many temples all over Assam. Those temples and monastaries will remain as the memory of a man who gave his life to spirituality and betterment of the people who came in touch with him. When bad times had fallen on our family, it was decided to call in Pagla Thakur to arrange Kali puja at our house in Guwahati, Panikhaiti. The worship was unique. Soon after the puja, our family was freed from the calamity that had befallen us. Leaving his spiritual legacy to the younger of his four sons called Pinku, Thakur also left his landed property and house to Pinku who lives in Jorhat. Trained by about fivesix Gurus, including a Dafala guru, Pinku is no longer less that what his father was. Thakur s wife and a son predeceased him. He leaves behind three sons and a host of grandchildren. Vijayanta Sharma Pathak

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Although a few commercial establishments ran their business today, normal life overall remained crippled as public transports, including threewheelers, kept off the roads and business establishments and financial institutions remained shut. The educational institu- Rajabari under Sonari PS this morning. However, all the tea gardens functioned normally during the bandh. BOKAKHAT: The 36-hour Assam bandh passed off peacefully today even though it affected normal life at Bokakhat town in particular and the subdivision as a whole. Shops, hotels and other business establishments remained closed. No long-distance bus, including small vehicles, plied during the bandh hours. Public presence in government offices was also negligible. TINSUKIA: The 36-hour Assam bandh, called from 5 am of Wednesday, stalled normal life throughout the district for the second day today. All shops and establishments, markets, etc., of all towns of the district, except Margherita, remained closed today also. No vehicular traffic were seen on the roads as bandh 3 of 4 girls rescued from Haryana were from Nagaon SANJOY RAY GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Of the four girls rescued from a prostitution racket in Haryana last evening, three were from Nagaon district of Assam. Shockingly, one of these three girls was sold off to a pimp by her own husband. The girls, according to investigators, were raped, tortured and confined by those running the prostitution racket. The three Assam girls along with a girl from West Bengal were rescued from Panipat district of Haryana last evening by a joint team of Assam Police and Haryana Police along with Shakti Vahini, a national-level voluntary organisation. According to Rishi Kant of Shakti Vahini, the victims were forced into prostitution by one Rakesh near Anaj Mandi under the jurisdiction of Rani Bagh Police Station. While one of these three girls from Assam was lured on the pretext of love and marriage around 18 days ago after which an FIR was registered with the local police station, another was sold off by her own husband. Confined for 18 days, one day Shakila (name changed) somehow managed to call her family, which acted as a tip-off. Assam Police immediately reached Delhi and approached Shakti Vahini and a search operation was conducted at an isolated building in Panipat with the intervention of Superintendent of Police of Panipat Rajesh Duggal. On receiving the information from Assam Police and Shakti Vahini, Duggal activated his team at local police station. During the two-hour-long search operation, four victims were rescued by the team, Rishi Kant said. After Shakila was spotted, she led us to another building where some other girls were also kept, he said. Shakila revealed that she had come in contact with a boy named Moti back home who promised to marry her and brought her to Delhi. She was kept in an unknown place in Delhi and was then taken to Panipat. Moti sold her off to Rakesh for Rs 25,000. The victims further mentioned that every night Rakesh used to bring customers to the building. The other victim, Ruhi (name changed) said that she had been handed over to a pimp at New Delhi Station by her own husband. She was told that she is going for some household work but was forced into prostitution around seven days ago. Her brother, who lives in Delhi, is also unaware that she is being forced into prostitution, as informed by the victim. Aklima, the third victim from Assam, revealed that a man named Moidula and a woman named Roma Laleen, whom she knew since two to three months, gave her something to eat around days ago after which she fell unconscious. Later, when she regained her consciousness, she found herself in the house in Panipat. She was also forced into prostitution by Rakesh. JMCH celebrates foundation day CORRESPONDENT JORHAT, Oct 20: Participating in the meeting of 7th foundation day of Jorhat Medical College and Hospital (JMCH), Jorhat MP Kamakhya Prasad Tasa today said that doctors and supporting staffs of the hospital should dedicate more to create a patient-friendly atmosphere inside the premises as common people expect more from them. As the patients of Jorhat and its neighbouring districts prefer JMCH for better treatment, the staffs have vital responsibility to serve them well, he said. Stressing the importance of maintaining cleanliness and better public relation inside the premises of JMCH, Jorhat Deputy Commissioner Virendra Mittal hoped that the hospital would be able to fulfil the expectations of the people the doctors and staffs dedicate themselves for better service. The JMCH organised a walkathon in the city this morning to sensitise people about the importance of walking for maintaining a good health, which reduces the risk of heart diseases. It may be mentioned that the JMCH authority has already taken up some measures which are expected to generate feel-good ambience for all sorts of patients, attendants and the medical staff inside the hospital campus. Retired Justice of Supreme Court, Justice SN Phukan, principal of JMCH Professor Debajit Hazarika and doctors and staffs of the hospital also attended the programme. supporters disrupted traffic movement by burning tyres, etc., on the roads for the second day today. Some bandh supporters blocked the Tinsukia bound Tinsukia-Dangori train at Dangori. All the educational and financial institutions also remained closed. Semi Central and State organisations, including BSNL offices remained closed. Attendance in government offices was thin today too. However, production works of the oil, coal and tea sectors of the district remained unaffected by the bandh. Police chased away bandh supporters who tried to enforce the bandh by burning tyres, etc., on the roads, while some tried to damage vehicles at different places of the district. The bandh was called in protest against not getting ST status by the six communities, namely Moran, Mottock, Tai Ahom, Chutiya, Koch Rajbangshi and Tea Tribe. DULIAJAN: The 36-hour bandh passed off peacefully in the Oil Township and its surrounding area. All modes of public transport were off the road, except a few private vehicles and motor bikes. All business establishments, government offices were closed during the first 24 hours. Today, however, a few shops were seen open although banks remained closed. Oil Limited Ltd, Assam Gas Co Ltd and AGBP of NEEPCO also continued to function normally as also did schools. The battery-operated rickshaws were seen plying during the bandh period. There is no untoward incident reported during the bandh period. THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 9

10 10 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 NORTH EAST BJP making concerted bid for power in Manipur: Javadekar NEW DELHI, Oct 20: Easy availability of cooking gas cylinders and cheaper rice due to the efforts of the Narendra Modi Government will be a game-changer in Manipur Assembly polls, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar, who is BJP s in-charge for the State elections, said on Wednesday. He also asserted that anti-incumbency sentiment against the 15-year-old rule of Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh of Congress was strong and his government will meet the same fate as that of former Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, who was voted out of power after a continuous rein of 15 years. BJP is making a concerted bid for power in the Northeastern State where it has never run the government. However, BJP s victory in the Assembly polls in neighbouring Assam has boosted the party s morale. Cooking gas cylinder was CORRIGENDUM No. SSA/TT&P/EPB-2017/426/2016/6542 Date: The modification in connection with the following e-tender float for procurement of items under SSA, Assam. 1 No. SSA/TT&P/EPB-2017/426/2016/6268 Date: No, SSA!Esstt/TT&P/EPB-2017/476/201 6/6270 Date: No. SSA/Esstt/TT&P/EPB-2017/475/2016/6269 Date: No. SSA/Esstt/TT&P/EPB-2017/478/2016/6272 Date: No. SSA/Esstt/TT&P/EPB-2017/477/2016/6271 Date: No. SSA/Esstt/Sikhan Puthi/LP/593/2016/6329 Date: No.SSA/Esstt/Sikhon Puthi UP/594/2016/6330 Date: No. SSA/Esstt/RSTC-M aterials/4 8 3/2016/6 307 Date: No.SSA/Esstt/RSTC-Materials/482/2016/6310 Date: No. SSA/Esstt/Hearing Aid/592/2016/6327 Date: All concerned are requested to download the amendments from Janasanyog/893/16 EDUCATIONAL NOTICE COUNSELING FOR SELECTION OF CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION INTO 1st YEAR DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D. PHARM) COURSE IN THE INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY ATTACHED TO 3(THREE) MEDICAL COLLEGES OF ASSAM FOR THE SESSION This is for general information of all candidates who appeared in the Common Entrance Examination 2016 conducted by the Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences Guwahati for admission into 1st year Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharm) Course in the Institute of Pharmacy attached to Assam Medical Colleges, Dibrugarh / Gauhati Medical College, Guwahati and Silchar Medical College, Silchar for the session 2016, that the counseling for selection of candidates of the said course will be held on 7th & 8th November 2016 as per programme given below. Candidates applying under various reserved categories are required to produce the appropriate certificates/ testimonials etc. in original issued by competent authority before the Selection Board. Candidates must bring with them all original testimonials i.e. Marks sheets of 10+2, Admit Card of HSLC examination, Pass Certificates, PRC, Cast certificates and other relevant documents including Admit Card of Common Entrance Examination Separate Photo copies of the said documents will be required at the time of counseling. For TGL/ Ex-TGL candidates the caste certificates must be issued by concerned DC or SDO and countersigned by Director, Tea Welfare, Govt. of Assam. For Char Area candidates the certificates must be issued by Char Area Development Authority and countersigned by concerned DC/SDO. All candidates should appear personally for counseling on the scheduled dates and time failing which he/she will forfeit his/her merit positions and no claim shall be considered later. In case of any matter of controversy, the decision of the Selection Board shall be final and binding. Date of Counseling: 7th November, 2016 (A) All candidates from Rank 1 to 181 earlier difficult to get (for the common man) and available in black market. Not it is easily available. People are also happy with the Central Government due to availability of rice at Rs 3 against Rs 5.60 earlier under the PDS. It will be a game-changer, he told reporters. Cheaper rice is available for tribals, who are in large numbers in the State. We are sure to win because of BJP s rising credibility as people have benefited from the Modi Government s programmes. Prime Minister Narendra Modi s popularity has only risen. Able leaders from different walks of life are joining the party, he said. The Central Government has given focus to the Northeastern region and people appreciate it, he said and also cited programmes like Mudra and Jan Dhan Yojana which have benefitted them. PTI Sd/- Mission Director, SSA, Assam, Kahilipara, Guwahati-19 NOTICE Due to unavoidable circumstances, the written test scheduled to be held on 26th Oct/2016 for recruitment of 1 (one) post of Junior Assistant in the Office of the Executive Engineer (PHE) Guwahati Division No. II Guwahati-21 vide Advertisement issued by letter No. PHEE/G-II/Estt-78/ /5036 dt is hereby cancelled until further order. Therefore, the calling letters issued in this connection for the written test to be held on 26th Oct/2016 in PHE Bamunimaidam Complex stands cancelled, Fresh calling letters will be issued on finalization of the next date and venue for the written test. Sd/- Executive Engineer (PHE) Guwahati Division No.II Guwahati-21 Cum Member Secretary, Selection Committee Janasanyog/5539/16 (B) All candidates who have applied under Physically Handicapped Quota. (After filling-up of all un-reserved/general seats in the 3(three) Institute of Pharmacy attached to 3 Medical Colleges of Assam the remaining candidates belonging to reserved categories who secured Rank upto 181 will be accommodated in their respective categories in order of merit.) Date of Counseling: 8th November, 2016 (C) Candidates belonging to OBC/MOBC Category from Rank 182 to 310 (D) Candidates belonging to SCHEDULE CASTE category from Rank 182 to 500 (E) Candidates belonging to ST(P) category from Rank 182 to 525 (F) Candidates belonging to ST(H) category from Rank 182 to 624 (G) Candidates belonging to TGL/Ex-TGL Category from Rank 182 to 754 (H) Candidates belonging to Char Area Quota from Rank 182 to 220 Venue of Counseling : Office of the Director of Medical Education, Assam Sixmile, Khanapara, Guwahati Time of Counseling : At a.m. Sd/- Director of Medical Education, Assam Sixmile, Khanapara, Guwahati-22. Janasanyog/5521/16 Arunachal Govt employees launch two-day agitation CORRESPONDENT ITANAGAR, Oct 20: Functioning of the State Government offices and schools across Arunachal Pradesh was today affected as the State Government employees started a twoday pens & tools down strike in protest against government s failure to fulfill their charter of demands. The strike, launched by Confederation of Service Associations of Arunachal Pradesh (CoSAAP), a conglomeration of several State Government em- ployees associations, to press for implementation of 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations, disrupted the functioning of almost all government establishments, including State Civil Secretariat, educational institutions and the offices of resident and deputy resident commissioners located in different parts of the country. Though the government employees turned up at their work places but abstained from their duties, except for registering their attendance, according to CoSAAP general secretary G Riba. The strike was almost total in the State, Riba claimed, adding that works in about 90 per cent of government establishments were affected today whereas only a few employees had reported for work. At some government schools, where examinations were held today, teachers performed their duties by wearing black badges. The CoSAAP has been demanding the State Government to implement the 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations with effect from January 1, 2016 and raise the employees retirement age up to 60 years. Its other demands included grant of transport & children s education allowances, withdrawal of NOC system in matters of promotion and retirement, payment of adhoc bonus to non-gazetted employees due from , etc. The employees apex body said that instead of responding to the demands, the government was trying to buy time by constituting one more Committee forcing CoSAAP to launch the two-day agitation. Shutdown cripples life in Manipur hills CORRESPONDENT IMPHAL, Oct 20: The 24- hour total shutdown called by All Tribal Students Union Manipur (ATSUM) crippled normal life in the hill districts of the State on Thursday. The shutdown which began on October 19 midnight was called in support of its demand that Manipur University adopt the CEI Act as amended in 2012 in admission of students. Most of the market places in the hill towns remained closed while the movement of inter- State and inter-district passenger services were severely affected in view of the shutdown, reports said. Moreh, the busy border town of Manipur also wore a deserted look since dawn to dusk on Thursday. However, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh inaugurating the SIRD complex in Imphal on Thursday. UNI Sailor found unconscious; dies at hospital KOZHIKODE, Oct 20: A 21-year-old naval sailor attached to a naval base in neighbouring Kannur district died yesterday at a hospital where he was treated after being found unconscious three days ago, the Navy said. Pankaj Kumar Roy, hailing from Shilong in Meghalaya and posted in INS Zamorin (Naval base) of Indian Naval Academy in Ezhimala, died at Pariyaram Medical College hospital in Kannur district where he was shifted after initial treatment at a Naval hospital. Roy was found in an unconscious state by one of his colleagues at 5.30 am on October 17 and was immediately taken to Naval hospital Navjivani at the academy and administered Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), an INA release said. He was later shifted to Pariyaram Medical College and Hospital where all efforts to revive him failed. The sailor was declared dead at 9.15 am yesterday, the release said, adding, the next of kin of the sailor had been informed. An inquiry had been ordered by Southern Naval Command into the death of the sailor, it said. PTI Ganja worth Rs 5 lakh seized DIMAPUR, Oct 20: Kohima Police seized 100 kgs of contraband ganja worth Rs 5 lakh in the market from a Maruti car (AS-23D-0755) on Wednesday. One person has been arrested in this connection. A police release said the District Intelligence Branch of DEF Kohima while conducting surveillance duty near Khuzama village intercepted the Maruti car at around pm and recovered the contraband from the possession of one Dapunü (25) of Phaibung Khunou village under Tadubi police station of Senapati district in Manipur. The accused along with the seized contraband has been taken into custody and a case registered against him in Khuzama PS. Correspondent Specially abled girl raped TURA, Oct 20: A specially abled 17 year-old girl was allegedly raped by a 35 year-old resident of Sonari under Goalpara in Assam. The accused was caught on Wednesday by residents of the village when he attempted to rape her again in Chengalma village under Bajengdoba PS in North Garo Hills. Sources said, the accused, who worked as a buffalo tender in the village on a part time basis, allegedly raped the girl on October 14 when she was alone near the fields. He tried to repeat his act this afternoon but was caught by villagers after the girl raised an alarm. The villagers, after catching hold of the accused, handed him over to the village sordar. The police was then called and the accused promptly arrested. The accused was then brought to Bajengdoba PS after which a medical was done and a case registered. Correspondent Run for Fun flagged off AIZAWL, Oct 20: Mizoram Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) today flagged off the Run for Fun, organised with the aim of creating a Healthy India. People from all walks of life including personnel from major NGOs, para-military forces and students participated in the programme, organised by 39 battalion of Assam Rifles at the Assam Rifles Football Ground here, Assam Rifles officials said. Earlier, an Expedition for Peace team which was flagged off from Mizoram-Bangladesh-Myanmar border Parva hamlet on October 13 reached Aizawl yesterday. The expedition team would visit Assam and Tripura to spread the message of peace and travel by vehicles, boats and by foot. PTI CFSI s film bonanza for NE kids MUMBAI, Oct 20: As part of its initiative to portray message-oriented films as a strong medium of communication among children, the Children s Film Society of India (CFSI) has organised an 11-day film festival in Manipur and Sikkim from October 17 to 27. The festival, which opened in Imphal on October 17, would travel to eight cities in Manipur and Sikkim in the next few days to showcase message-oriented and meaningful films, CFSI said in a release here today. Early this year, CFSI had presented the second leg of 19th International Children s Film Festival in Gangtok, which also covered West Sikkim travelling through four districts viz., Geyzing, Yoksom, Bermoik Martam and Tharpuss. This time CFSI has joined hands with Smile Foundation, a national level development organisation which works for children s health and education, to host the Children film Bonanza in Manipur & Sikkim, the release said. CFSI was setup in 1955 and since then it has produced over 260 films for children including feature films, short films, animations, television episodes and documentaries. PTI asked the Manipur University authority to follow the reservation norms laid down by the Central Education Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Amendment Act 2012 for admission in the university. UGC Secretary Prof (Dr) Jaspal S Sandhu had visited Manipur University in this regard. In another development, taking strong exception to the delay in the admission process at Manipur University and the incomprehensible stand of the UGC team deputed to the State, the JAC Against the Implementation of State Reservation Policy in admission to Manipur University has said that the stand given by the UGC delegate just to save their own skin is unacceptable. The JAC has announced a total shut down of the varsity besides staging a hunger strike in front of the university gate. WEATHER NORTHEAST Forecast for NE: Weather is most likely to remain dry over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura. Temperatures : Max ( C) Min ( C) Dibrugarh Tezpur Silchar Dhubri Jorhat N Lakhimpur Shillong Imphal Itanagar Aizawl Agartala Kohima Pasighat Cherrapunjee ASSAM STATE DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT ASDMA invites applications for the posts of Disaster Professionals for the State and District levels respectively, under the scheme Strengthening of State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) and District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA). The duration of engagement would be for the project period as determined by NDMA, initially for 10 (ten) months. The applications, complete in all respects in the prescribed form and along with testimonials should be submitted on or before 10th November, 2016 addressed to: The Chief Executive Officer, Assam State Disaster Management Authority, Assam Secretariat Campus (Opp. SBI Sectt. Branch), Dispur, Guwahati , Assam. Further details may be seen at ASDMA website Sd/- (Dipak Kumar Sarma), Chief Executive Officer, Assam State Disaster Management Authority. Janasanyog/918/16 Dispur, Guwahati. ASSAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Jawaharnagar, Khanapara, Guwahati N OT I F I C AT I O N It is for Information to all concerned that the Assam Public Service Commission will hold Interview/Viva-Voce for the post of Medical & Health Officer-I Under H & F.W.(A) Deptt. as per programme given below at its office at Jawaharnagar, Khanapara, Guwahati-22. Sl. No. Name of the Post & Deptt. Date of interview Time of Interview 1. Medical & Health Officer-I 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th A.M Under H & F.W.(A) Deptt. 19th & 21st Nov., 2016 No intimation letter to the eligible candidates shall be sent separately by post. The intimation letter shall be uploaded in APSC s website ( on The candidates shall have to download their own intimation letter from the aforesaid website. Any query in this regard shall be entertained over telephone No during office hours w.e.f Janasanyog/5514/16 TENDER NOTICE Sealed Tender affixing non-refundable Court fee Stamp of Rs (Rupees eight and paise twenty five) only are hereby invited from Registered Firms under this Directorate of Printing & Stationery, Assam, Guwahati-21 for supply of Stationery Articles to the Directorate of Printing & Stationery, Assam, Guwahati-21 for the year The Tender will be received by the undersigned up to 2 P.M. during be office hours on or before and the same will be opened on the same day at 3 P.M. in the officer chamber of the undersigned. The detailed of the Tender Notice as regards items of Stationery Stores of this Directorate of Printing & Stationery, Assam, Guwahati-21 can be obtained during office hours against cash payment of Rs. 300/- (Rupees three hundred) only per Tender. If the day will be declared as Holiday by the Govt. the Tender will be received on the next working day at the same time and will be opened on the same day 3 P.M. Sd/- Director-in-Charge Janasanyog/2476/16 Printing and Stationery, Assam Guwahati-21 No. MCH/HMS/ARC/ /170/112 Dated: 20/10/2016 SHORT TENDER NOTICE Sealed tenders affixing court fee stamp of Rs (Rupees Eight and Paisa Twenty Five) only proposals from reputed Companies / Principals/ Manufacturers/Distributors dealing with 1. Items for Dept. of Cardiology 2. Items for Dept. of Radiology 3. Items for Dept. of Pathology(Histopathology) 4. Items for Chemical & BMW items and accessories for monitors and other miscellaneous items. 5. Electrical items etc. Are invited for purchase of the same on annual rate contract basis for the year by the Member secretary, HMS cum Superintendent, Gauhati Medical College Hospital, Guwahati-32, Assam along with 3 copies of price list and product, names of the manufacturer, authorization certificate of the manufacturer, their credential, manufacturing capabilities, quality control system, financial background etc and other documents required as per Govt. norms along with the tender. The authority of GMCH expects good amount of discount of your products as our institute is an educational and Public Service Institute. The last date of Tender Submission is on 09/11/2016 at 1 p.m. The Opening of the Tender is on 09/11/2016 at 3.00 pm. The tenderers are requested to attend the tender committee meeting on allotted date and time at the office of the undersigned with their sample products. Detailed tender with terms and conditions may be obtained from the office of the Superintendent cum Member Secretary, HMS, GMCH against payment of Rs. 500/- (Non Refundable) for each bid by means of Demand Draft in favour of the Member Secretary, HMS, GMCH. Name of the website: Sd/- Superintendent, Gauhati Medical College Hospital cum Janasanyog/2483/16 Member Secretary, HMS, GMCH, Guwahati-32 Sd/- Deputy Secretary, Assam Public Service, Commission Jawaharnagar,Khanapara,Guwahati-22. Daily Wholesale and Retail Prices of E.C.s as on 20/10/2016. The daily report on prices of Essential Commodities of Guwahati Centre are furnished below. Sl. Name of Commodities Wholesale Price Retail Price Remarks No. (Rs. In Qtl) (Rs. In Kg/Ltr.) Mini Maxi Model Mini Maxi Model 1 Rice- Com.(Ranjit) Rice S/F Variety Rampal etc. Rice Fine Variety-Ijong Wheat Gram Dal Urad Dal Tur (Arahar Dal) Masur Dal (Bold) Masur Dal(Small) (M) Moong Dal Atta Onion Onion at Aamar Dukan (Red Onion) 11 Potato Potato at Aamar Dukan Ground Nut Oil 13 Mustard Oil (Pkt) 14 Vanaspati (Pkt) 15 Soya Oil (Pkt) 16 Palm Oil Sun Flower Oil Milk (Liquid) Sugar Tea Salt (pkt) 22 Tomato Gur Sd/- Director Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Janasanyog/5524/16 Assam ::: Guwahati-5.

11 BUSINESS & ECONOMY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 11 NOTICE INVITING QUOTATION Sealed quotations affixing court fee stamp worth Rs.8.25 are hereby invited from the intending supplier/firm for supply of 1200 Nos. of Warm Jacket with inner fleece and embedded the multi colour Logo of the Kaziranga National Park on top of the left side of the jacket. The quotation will be received up to 3.00pm(IST) of 7th November 2016 and will be opened in the same day. Intending supplier/firm has to be shown, a sample of the Jacket in the opening time of the quotation. Colour of the Jacket will be Khaki. Successful supplier/firm will have to supply the stipulated quantity of the Jacket within 20 (Twenty) days time from the date of issue of supply order. The supplier/firm must quote the rate per piece of the Jacket inclusive VAT. it is to be mentioned here that the stipulated VAT amount will be deducted from this end. The undersigned reserves the right accept or reject any or all quotations without assigning any reason thereof. G/TN/2362/1 Janasanyog/2471/16 India needs to improve business environment: Froman NEW DELHI, Oct 20: Underlining the need to improve the business environment in India in order to ensure greater investment inflow, US Trade Representative Michael Froman on Thursday said certain areas in the Indian economy like retail and financial services needed further opening up. There needs to be continued work on improving the business environment if India is going to attract the kind of investment domestic and foreign to meet its aspirations, Froman said while delivering a talk on Indo-US trade relations at the University of Chicago Centre here. Liberalising the retail, financial services and professional services sectors would Divisional Forest Officer Eastern Assam Wildlife Division Bokakhat help create an open, nondiscriminatory and predictable regime that enhances the development of those markets, he said. Noting that India s position has improved in the World Bank overall ease of doing business rankings, Froman cautioned India against becoming complacent. India has recently seen a positive trend in investment activity, but it should not be complacent. As an Italian economist once said, investors have the memories of elephants, the hearts of lambs and the legs of hares, he said. Businesses are keenly sensitive to the business environment, whether the climate is commercially friendly or whether bureaucracy and corruption make doing business difficult, Froman added. Noting with concern Indian efforts to renegotiate and weaken existing agreements, the US Trade Representative said India should continue on the path of opening its economy. India s relatively high tariffs and continued requests for exemptions from global trade rules the need for which has already been questioned by the Ministry of Finance only slows India s full participation into the global economy, Froman said. Lauding the reforms in India, like the landmark Goods and Services Tax, the revision of the bankruptcy code, setting up of dedicated commercial courts, and the release of the National Intellectual Property Rights Policy, Froman said the US has a direct interest in India s aim to achieve economic growth. Earlier on Thursday, Froman, who is leading a high-level delegation here for the 10th India-US Trade Policy Forum (TPF) meeting, met Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and discussed ways to improve trade and investments relations, an official said. TPF is the bilateral forum for discussion and resolution of trade and investment issues between the two countries. It has five focus groups: agriculture, investment, innovation and creativity (intellectual property rights), services, and tariff and non-tariff barriers. IANS DG and CEO of IATA Alexander de Juniac during a discussion with Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs Arun Jaitley in New Delhi on Thursday. PIB Sensex up 145 points MUMBAI, Oct 20: Key Indian equity market indices ended higher on Thursday following strong Asian markets cues. The sensitive index (Sensex) of the BSE, which opened at 28, points, closed at 28, points higher points, or 0.52 per cent over the previous day s close at 27, points. It touched a high of 28, points and a low of 28, points in the day s trade. Benchmark indices in India opened in the green and traded with a positive bias through the day, to finally close the day with gains of approximately 0.5 per cent, said Shreyash Devalkar, Fund Manager - Equities, BNP Paribas Mutual Fund. The 100-scrip and 200-scrip indices of the BSE were higher by 0.44 per cent and 0.40 per cent, respectively. The mid-cap index was higher by 0.06 per cent and small-cap stocks were up by 0.50 per cent. IANS Aircel s new scheme GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Aircel, one of India s leading telecom players, has announced a new data scheme for its customers. The new scheme contains several benefits for the data users, a press release stated Dibyajyoti Khaund, Circle Business Head Assam, Aircel, said, We want our customers to consume entertainment online without worrying too much about the cost. Our latest product innovations are in line with the evolving data and mobile internet scenario in the country. Govt to provide support to gems & jewellery sector NEW DELHI, Oct 20: The government will extend full support to the gems and jewellery exports as it is recording healthy growth at a time when outbound shipments are facing challenges, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today. India has made a big difference in gems and jewellery trade at a time when exports are facing many challenges but this sector has stood the headwinds, and therefore we need to give all support to the sector, she said here. She was speaking at the 37th Festival of Gold being organised by state-run trading firm MMTC. In September, gems and jewellery exports grew by per cent year-on-year to USD NEW DELHI, Oct 20: The proposed four-tier GST structure may hit the common man as it is likely to result in higher taxes on various items including kitchen staples such as edible oils, spices and chicken. The prices of certain consumer durables like televisions, air conditioners, fridges and washing machines may however become cheaper with decrease in taxes. The government plans to roll out the new indirect tax regime, Goods and Services Tax (GST), from April 1, In its meeting with states this week, the Centre has proposed a four slab GST rate structure. The lowest rate proposed is 6 per cent, with two standard rates of 12 and 18 per cent. The peak rate, which will mostly apply to FMCG and consumer durables, will be 26 per cent. Besides, a cess is also likely to be levied on demerit or sin goods and polluting items. According to the Centre s estimates on impact of the fourslab rate structure on CPI inflation, items like chicken and 4.46 billion. Since December 2014, exports fell for the straight 18 months till May 2016 due to weak global demand and slide in oil prices. Shipments witnessed growth only in June this year and again entered into negative zone in July and August. However, it turned positive in September. The minister also asked the MMTC to organise roadshows all over the country to popularise gold coins. When asked about the media reports of information leak of millions of ATM cards, she said: On this, I will talk to the revenue (department). There is also a need to discuss the matter with the finance ministry about its implication, she said, adding breach of data confidentiality is a security subject. PTI GST may make oil, chicken dearer coconut oil which currently suffer a tax incidence of 4 per cent will be taxed at 6 per cent under the GST regime. Similarly, the tax burden on refined oil, mustard oil and groundnut oil will go up from 5 per cent to 6 per cent. Other kitchen staples too will be taxed at 6 per cent as against 3 per cent in case of turmeric and jeera, 5 per cent in case of dhania, black pepper and oil seeds. TVs, air conditioners, washing machines, inverters, refrigerators, electric fans and cooking appliances may become cheaper with the incidence of taxes on them declining from 29 per cent to 26 per cent post implementation of the GST. Perfumes, shaving cream, powder, hair oil, shampoo, soap, and other toiletry items will become cheaper as they too presently are taxed at 29 per cent. Gas stove, gas burner, mosquito repellent and insecticide may, however, become expensive as they are currently taxed at 25 per cent, lower than the proposed peak rate of 26 per cent under GST. PTI INDIAN AIR FORCE REGISTRATION & SELECTION OF VENDORS FOR SUPPLY OF MEDICAL STORES AT AIR FORCE STATIONS/ UNITS UNDER AOR OF HQ EAC, IAF SHILLONG 1. On behalf of President of India, AOC in Chief, HQ EAC, IAF invites applications for registration of firms/stockist/retailers/vendors/chemists/ dealers to enter into PRICE AGREEMENT for supply of branded/generic Medical Stores under following categories, as applicable to enable smooth procurement of medical stores of reputed pharmaceuticals companies at SMCs/MI Rooms/ Dental Centres of undermentioned Station/Units for financial year :- (i) General Medicines. (ii) General surgical consumables. (iii) Laboratory kits and consumables. (iv) Medical gases.(v) Radiology consumables. (vi) Dental materials. 2. The firm/vendor willing to supply medical stores under above mentioned categories are required to meet the following eligibility criteria for registration of their firm in the Vendor Data Base (VDB) of the units: (i) Should be a reputed retailer/ wholesaler and should posses wholesale/ retail drug license from concerned Drug Controller. (ii) Should possess shop license with BST/CST/VAT No. (iii) Should be financially sound and should submit certificate of annual turnover of Pharmaceutical Product only duly certified by Chartered Accountant for last three years. (iv) Should have adequate storage facility and capability of bulk supplies including cold storage as applicable (v) Should supply goods at institutional rates and supplies will be made at short notice, if required. (vi) Should submit previous three years income tax return certificates along with PAN/TAN No. (vii) Should have authorised dealership / stockist certificates from reputed DGQA registered firms/ WHO GMP certified firms/rc holding firms/firms registered with AFMSDs. Manufacturers need not have dealership certificate. (viii) Should not have been blacklisted by O/o DGAFMS/AFMSDs/ other Govt institution or deregistered from the hospital in the last financial year. (ix) Affidavit on stamp paper declaring that there are no police cases pending against the vendor in the country nor are any cases pending in any court of law pertaining to his/her business. (x) Acceptance of ECS payment. (xi) Audit report of OEM for last three years by CA as applicable. (xii) Self certification regarding quality assurance protocol followed in manufacturing the item in question as applicable. (xiii) Any other documents deemed essential by the BOO 3. Application for registration of firms/vendors along with photocopy of above mentioned documents may be forwarded by registered post at the address mentioned against each unit or may be placed into the Drop Box placed at each unit. The application along with required documents should reach within 21 days from the date of publication of the advertisement. Firms already registered with units are also required to apply afresh for reregistration. On top of the envelop REGISTRATION FOR LOCAL PURCHASE OF, MEDICAL STORES UNDER PRICE AGREEMENT FOR FY to be written. SI.No. Name of Station/Unit/ECHS Postal Address 1. AIR FORCE STATION, PRESIDING OFFICER C/O SMO, AIR FORCE JORHAT STATION JORHAT, ASSAM AIR FORCE STATION, AIR OFFICER COMMANDING AIR FORCE STATION HASIMARA HASIMARA WEST BENGAL 3. AIR FORCE STATION, STATION COMMANDER, AIR FORCE STATION BARRACKPORE BARRACKPORE 4. AIR FORCE STATION, PRESIDING OFFICER C/O SMO, AIR FORCE TEZPUR STATION TEZPUR, ASSAM AIR FORCE STATION, AIR OFFICER COMMANDING AIR FORCE STATION CHABUA CHABUA ASSAM AIR FORCE STATION, AIR OFFICER COMMANDING AIR FORCE STATION BORJHAR, GUWAHATI BORJHAR, GUWAHATI DISTRICT KAMRUP ASSAM AIR FORCE STATION, AIR OFFICER COMMANDING AIR FORCE STATION BAGDOGRA BAGDOGRA, DISTRICT DARJEELING (W.B) AIR FORCE STATION, STATION COMMANDER AIR FORCE STATION KUMBHIGRAM KUMBHIGRAM, CACHAR ASSAM 9. AIR FORCE STATION, STATION COMMANDED AIR FORCE STATION MOHANBARI. MOHANBARI, DIBRUGARH ASSAM AIR FORCE STATION, SALUA STATION COMMANDER AIR FORCE STATION SALUA NEAR IIT KHARAGPUR WEST MEDINIPU R WEST BENGAL. PIN AIR FORCE STATION, STATION COMMANDER AIR FORCE STATION SINGARSI SINGARSI C/O AIR FORCE TRANSIT CAMP PAKUR PIN (JHARKHAND) 12. AIR FORCE STATION, STATION COMMANDER AIR FORCE STATION LAITKOR PEAK, SHILLONG LAITKOR PEAK SHILLONG AIR FORCE STATION, STATION COMMANDER AIR FORCE STATION DINJAN DINJAN ASSAM AIR FORCE STATION, STATION COMMANDER PANAGARH AIR FIELD PANAGARH UNIT, AIR FORCE STATION PANAGARH (W.B) 15. 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After registration Request for Proposal (RFP)/Tender form will be issued to the registered firms only for invitation of tender. davp 10802/11/0360/1617 Cummins to hire engineers from NE SURAJIT KHAUND GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Engine and generator maker Cummins plans to hire engineers from the leading institutes of the North-east for its upcoming global research and development (R&D) centre based in Pune. We will hire around 200 engineers pan-india, of which we are planning to recruit at least 30 engineers from this region for our new R&D centre in which the company has invested close to Rs 1,000 crore so far, Chief Operating Officer (CEO) of Cummins India Private Limited Sandeep Sinha, told this correspondent during an interview here today. Citing reasons, he said that the engineering colleges of the region produce quality students for which the company has come forward to hire techies from this region. I have already visited several institutes, including Assam Engineering college, Kaziranga University and Jorhat Engineering College and I am fully impressed by the infrastructure provided by these institutes, he said, adding that the recruitment drive will continue. Cummins has been operating in Indian since 1962 and has 22 manufacturing units so far. The company mainly manufactures diesel and natural gas engines for power generation, industrial and automotive markets. Asked about his future plans for the Northeast market, he informed that this region is one of the potential markets in the country, and therefore, Cummins has already increased its presence in order to tap the market. We have a wide range of products which will definitely help grow our market share, he claimed. MUMBAI, Oct 20: Private sector lender Yes Bank today reported a 31.3 per cent jump in net profit to Rs crore for the second quarter ended September 30. The bank had recorded a net profit of Rs crore in the corresponding quarter last fiscal, Yes Bank said in a statement. The total income of the Chief Operating Officer (CEO) of Cummins India Private Limited Sandeep Sinha and Chairman & Managing Director of Jakson Power Sameer Gupta in Guwahati. Power solutions company Jakson Power Chairman & Managing Director Sameer Gupta who wase also in the city to inaugurate a new showroom at Athgaon, Guwahati said that he is keen to explore solar power sector in the region. North-eastern states have enormous potential in the solar power sector and we have a longterm plan for this region, he said. The Noida-headquartered company has four manufacturing units at Jammu, Daman, Kalsar (Gujarat) and Greater Noida. The plants manufacture silent diesel and gas-based power generation sets. Jakson Power and Cummins have been working together for the last 30 years. Satish kasera, who is the owner of the new showroom, informed that the outlet will showcase the entire range of products of the Jakson Power. Yes Bank profit rises bank increased to Rs 4, crore during the quarter from Rs 3, crore in the same period of During the quarter, the gross Non-performing Assets (NPAs) increased to 0.83 per cent from 0.61 per cent last fiscal. At the same time, net NPA of the bank also rose to 0.29 per cent from 0.20 per cent. As a result, provisions (other than tax) and contingencies increased to Rs crore as compared to Rs crore in the same period a year ago. Commenting on the result, Yes Bank MD Rana Kapoor said the bank achieved an important milestone with CASA ratio crossing 30 per cent for the first time to 30.3 per cent. PTI

12 12 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 OFFICE OF THE ACCOUNTANT GENERAL (A&E) ASSAM MAIDAMGAON, BELTOLA, GUWAHATI DEPARTMENT WISE STATUS OF SETTLED PENSION/FAMILY PENSION CASE DURING THE PERIOD FROM : 01-SEP-16 TO : 30-SEP-16 ADMINISTRTIVE REFORMS AND TRAINING DEPARTMENT.ART Pensioner's Name Letter Number Date Pensioner's Name Letter Number Date AKHTAR HUSSAIN AASC(A/P)/145/ /PT/498,2213 AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT.AGR MONIMALA SINGHA DAO/NGN/ESSTT-7(MS)/ JANARDAN BORAH DAO/NGN/ESSTT-27(JB)/ / /1995 RIAZ ALI DAO(N)/ESSTT-16/PER/14-15/ CHITTA RANJAN DAS AGRI/SIL/ESSTT.4/PF(CRD)/ /1211 JATINDRA NATH DEV SARMA DAO(K)/ESSTT-10/15-16/ JATIN CHANDRA NEOG DAO/GLT/PEN/JCN/16-17/ THANESWAR KALITA MLD/AGR/ESTT-13/(TK)/ FERDUSH ALI AHMED BPT/AGR/PEN-20(FAA)/ /26 17/995 SHEKHAR JYOTI BHUYAN AGA-248/2016/ KONMAI BORA DAO/GLT/PENSION/KB/16-17/ BIPIN CHANDRA BORAH AGA.45/2015/ SANTANU SARMA AGA.270/2016/ BHABENDRA SAUD DAO(N)/ESSTT-16/PER/14-15/ NASIR UDDIN TALUKDAR 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SINHA E/II-PEN/16/37,381/ASI/ KHAGEN SAIKIA E/II-PEN/16/34572/ KANAK CHANDRA GOGOI E/II-PEN/16/37515/ NARAYAN CH. KALITA E/II-PEN/16/37,183/SI/6-A BHABANI TAMULY BORAH E/II-PEN/16/37588/WSI/ KUMUD TALUKDAR E/II-PEN/16/37680/ KESHAB CHANDRA SARMAH E/II-PEN/16/37450/SI/ BABUL SARKAR E/II-PEN/16/37997/ ATUL CHANDRA NATH E/II-PEN/16/37672/ ARABINDA ROY E/II-PEN/16/37314/ ANIMA PROVA PAUL E/II-PEN/16/37630/WSI/ SATYENDRA NATH E/II-PEN/16/37691/ RABINDRA SINGHA E/II-PEN/16/37575/ SAVENDRA BASUMATARY E/II-PEN/37441/SI/ HEMANTA BARMAN E/II-PEN/16/37598/SI/ BADAN CHANDRA DAS E/II-PEN/16/37794/SI/ ASHOK KUMAR SINHA E/II-PEN/16/37438/SI/ BIREN CHANDRA KALITA E/II-PEN/15/36682/ SUKANTHA RAM DEKA E/II-PEN/16/37433/SI/ DHANAI GOGOI E/II-PEN/16/37704/ PRAFULLA CH. BORAH E/II-PEN/15/37024/ PRADIP CHANDRA BORAH E/II-PEN/16/37710/SI/ SARAT CH. KAKATI E/II=PEN/16/37,486/SI/4-A MADAN CHANDRA CHETIA HMA.1031/2013/ PRAN GOPAL E/II-PEN/16/37,177/SI/ BHAGAWAN RAM E/II-PEN/16/37584/ CHAKRABORTY HAMIDUR RAHMAN E/II-PEN/16/37,543/ ABDUL JABBAR E/II-PEN/16/37688/SI/ PADMA BORUAH E/II-PEN/16/37371/ BIRENDRA CHANDRA BARMAN E/II-PEN/16/37699/SI/ KUNJA BABU SINGHA E/II-PEN/16/37353/SI/ ABDUL GOFUR SHEIKH E/II-PEN/16/37689/ FAZLUR RAHMAN E/II-PEN/16/37670/SI/ BABUL CHANDRA RAJBONGSHI E/II-PEN/16/37258/ SHAHABUDDIN AHMED E/II-PEN/15/36966/ KUSHAL CHANDRA DAS E/II-PEN/16/37445/ RAMEN RAJKHOWA E/II-PEN/16/37645/ GHANA DUARAH E/II-E-PEN/16/37624/SI KHIROD CHANDRA DUTTA E/II=-PEN/16/37581/SI/ SOMESWAR BORI E/II-PEN/16/37658/ CHAKRADHAR SARMA PRI/DIG/GR/11/PT/2002/ SANKAR SONAR E/II-PEN/16/37590/ BHABENDRA BANIA PRI/DIG/GR/11/PT/2002/ PROBIR TALUKDAR E/II-PEN/16/37690/ TARAPADA DEB E/II-PEN/16/37,475/ASI/4-A NAKUL CHANDRA NATH E/II-PEN/16/37592/ HARI NARZARY E/II-PEN/16/37,772/ SUBHASH CHANDRA DAS E/II-PEN/16/37347/ UMESH CHANDRA E/II-PEN/16/37745/ CHANDRA KANTA E/II-PEN/16/37814/SI/ CHAKRAVARTY HAZARIKA RAJENDRA DEY E/II-PEN/16/37798/SI/ SWADESH SARKAR E/II-PEN/16/37771/ CONT. 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FROM PAGE- 12 Pensioner's Name Letter Number Date Pensioner's Name Letter Number Date BHAGABAN HAZOWARY E/II-PEN/16/37707/ INDUSTRY & COMMERCE DEPARTMENT.IND MANOHAR BAISHYA DICCBN/E-71/2000/ PUTU SAIKIA JITI/E-6/ ARJUN CHANDRA DAS DICC/PT.64/88/PT/13/ INFORMATION & PUBLIC RELATION DEPTT.IPR NAGEN CHANDRA KAIBARTA AE.17/77/ IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT.IRG ANSAR UDDIN MAZUMDER ID/EG/49/PT-IV/09/ PRASANTA KALITA E/270/84/ FAIZUDDIN AHMED CEI (PC)49//2016/ SWAPNA MITRA IGN(E)6/2012/ KHARGESWAR ROY CCDP/P/146/ JYOTISH KUMAR NATH E/PT-VIII/ / KAMAL CHANDRA BORAH KKIDE/ESSTT/294/ BIPIN CHANDRA DEKA EE/IRRI/N/PF-421/ / SAJAL SUTRADHAR IGN(E)81/2016/ ABANTI KUMAR BORAH CEI(PC)189/2011/ BOLIN KUMAR BHATTACHARJEE IGN(E)325/2012/ DIMBESWAR BORAH MIJ/E/256/2016/ PUTUL CHANDRA BORA SE(S)/E-134/ RANA BORDOLOI MIJ/E/252/2016/ BHUBAN CHANDRA KKID/PF/353/93/ GIRINDRA NATH PATHAK TDIT/EP/166/ / BORDOLOI KHAGEN BHATTACHARYYA CAD(E)EST/67/ GOBINDA CHANDRA DAS KMI/PF-144/ / DIBYAJYOTI SARMA ID/EG/49/PT-IV/09/ BIPIN SAIKIA MIJ/E/272/2016/ CHANDRA KANT BARUAH PF/146/ / ARFAN CHOUDHURY EE/IRRI/N/PF-346/14-145/ PRASANNA CHANDRA MIDIS/PF-87/ / UPEN BORO IGN(E)142/2011/ TALUKDAR EUSUFAR RAHMAN IGN(E)8/2012/ HASMAT ALI GWDIPF/186/ BASAB CHANDRA KALITA MIG/ACCTT/27/ TAMIZUR RAHMAN IGN(E)78/2014/ AJOY KUMAR SARMA IGN(E)112/82/ DEHIRAM GOGOI LMDI/NL/PF-248/ / KUKHESWAR BORAH LMDI/NL/PF-84/16-17/ GOLAP CHANDRA MAHANTA KKIDE/ESSTT/228/ AKHIL CHANDRA DAS SBG/PF/20/16/ HAREKRISHNA PATHAK EE/IRRI/N/PF-416/ / ANOWAR HUSSAIN PC/I/PT-VII/ / BANGSHIDHAR DEKA ESSTT-1/9/PT TAPODHAN CHANDRA OJAH CEI(PC)82/2015/ RAHENDRA NATH BRAHMA CCDD/P/168/ CHAKRADHAR DAS PID/ESSTT/606/2016/ HIRALAL DEB HID/EG/49/PT-IV/09/ POBON KUMAR SAIKIA IGN(E)110/2010/ KINA RAM MEDHI IGN(E)10/2011/PT-1/ SAMIR KUMAR DAS IGN(E)119/82/ KARUNA KANTA KALITA BDI/PF-253/ KHALENDRA BRAHMA CCSS/P/64/ PRABHAT SARMA TIDI/PF-44/ / RUDRA KUMAR NATH PF/269/ / ANIL KUMAR GHOSE GID/I/E-6/PT-XII/2016/ NIRMAL CHANDRA BORAH IGN(E)154/2011/ JATIN DAS MIG/ACCTT/27/ NITAI KAIRI IGN(E)36/2012/ ASHOK KUMAR BARUAH ESSTT-1/9/PT/ JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.JUD PRABHU PRASAD GOALA DJ.XII-3/2016/ DINARAM SAIKIA DJSV/HA/XIX/2001/ SAMIR ACHARJEE ROY HC-VIII-210/2015/3125/AC ANIMA BARUAH SAIKIA JDL/ LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT.LAB PABAN BAHADUR CHETRI DET(E)14/95/ BIMAL KUMAR DUTTA LE.60/86/ MANJULA CHOUDHURY DET(E)-14/95/PT-I/ BASU BASFORE DET/ESSTT-TRG/36/2014/ MATHUR TALUKDAR ESI/PEN/M TALUKDAR/2016/ RAJEN KONWAR 74/ESSTT/2016/M/ NAMITA SHARMA DET(E)A-49/89/ PROBIN CHANDRA BORA DET(E)-19/86/ MANJU DEVI DGX(ET)=-300/ / SANU CHANDRA DEB DET(E)A-37/79/ LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT.LEG BHUPEN KUMAR BORAH LAA.88/2016/ MAZIBUR RAHMAN LAA.75/2016/ BIDYA SING ENGLENG LAA.67/2016/ ABDUR RAHIM KHAN LAA.54/2016/ RAFIQUL ISLAM LAA.83/2016/ SANATAN DEKA LAE.9/2014/ RAJENDRA PRASAD SINGH LAA.97/2016/ ABDUL MUHIB MAZUMDER LAA.318/96/ ABDUR RAHMAN AJMAL LAA.109/2016/ GHANASHYAM KALITA LAA.92/2016/ PANCHAYAT & RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT.PRD RUPESWAR SAIKIA 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FROM PAGE- 13 SI. No. GPF Account No. THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 15 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 NATIONAL NEW DELHI, Oct 20: In a jolt to Congress in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh, senior party leader Rita Bahuguna Joshi today joined BJP and attacked Rahul Gandhi over the way he was running the party and his reaction to the army s surgical strikes. 67-year-old Joshi, daughter of late Congress veteran Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna, over whom there has been speculation of deserting Congress, joined BJP in the presence of party president Amit Shah at the party headquarters here. A former UPCC president who resigned as a Congress MLA today, Joshi said there is no alternative to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP. Joshi, who was said to be unhappy with the Congress leadership over projection of Sheila Dikshit as its chief ministerial face in Uttar Pradesh, rued the present state of affairs in the party, alleging that it is in such a bad shape that it has contracted out its working to strategist Prashant Kishore. Slamming Rahul for his dalali barb at Modi over the surgical strikes, Joshi said she BHUBANESHWAR, Oct 20: The chairman of the trust that ran the hospital where a devastating fire on Monday killed 21 people today turned himself in to police and was arrested even as the SIT on black money ordered a probe by the Enforcement Directorate into the trust s financial transactions. Manoj Ranjan Nayak, the chairman of Sikshya O Anusandhan Charitable Trust that runs the SUM Hospital here, surrendered before the police and 3.30 AM and was taken to an undisclosed location for interrogation, barely hours after the Odisha police issued a Lookout Circular against him and another trustee Saswati Das. Nayak s arrest takes to five the number of those held in connection with the fire tragedy, NEW DELHI, Oct 20: Delhi Police today constituted a special investigation team (SIT) to trace a missing JNU hostel inmate following a direction from Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh as protests by a section of students raged on in the campus over alleged inaction by authorities. We have formed an SIT under Additional DCP-II (South) Manishi Chandra to probe in the case. We have also informed the SSPs concerned as well as police officers across India and have given out ad- Ravi Shankar Prasad gets VIP security cover NEW DELHI, Oct 20: Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has been accorded a VIP security cover of armed central paramilitary personnel by the government recently. Officials said the Cabinet Minister for Law and Justice and Electronics and Information Technology has been brought under the Y security cover and his security duties will be handled by the CRPF s special VIP security commandos. They said as part of this protocol, about seven-eight armed Central Reserve Police Force personnel will be deployed for the security duties of the minister, a Rajya Sabha MP from Bihar. A threat assessment report prepared by Central security agencies had recommended the requirement of such a cover for Prasad after which the Union Home Ministry sanctioned it, they said. The Z+ category is the highest VIP security cover followed by Z and while 40 commandos are usually deployed for the Z+ protectee, the latter has about personnel. Y is a scaled down category but the commandos are similarly armed. PTI NEW DELHI, Oct 20: BJP MP Varun Gandhi was at the centre of a controversy over allegations that he had leaked defence secrets to middleman Abhishek Verma and arms manufacturers after being honey trapped, a charge he stoutly denied. At a press conference here, Swaraj Abhiyan leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav released a letter written by Edmonds Allen, a New Yorkbased lawyer, to the PMO last month that Varun was honey trapped and compromised by Verma. He alleged that Verma blackmailed Varun, a member of the Defence Consultative Committee, into sharing sensitive information on crucial arms matters. Rita Bahuguna joins BJP, slams Rahul has been disheartened by the events which happened in the last few days. India is fighting terrorism and the Modi government has given the army a free hand. Besides valour of the army, the government s strong leadership was also behind the surgical strikes. Along with the nation, I too was happy. The whole world accepted India s arguments behind the strikes. Congress, however, behaved like a small party and went on to question it. The whole nation was upset with a phrase like khoon like dalali, she said attacking Gandhi. His remarks gave Pakistan an opportunity to question the surgical strikes, she said, adding that political differences over national interest were not good. Noting that she had spent 24 years out of 27 years of her political career in Congress and only 10 months in Samajwadi Party, she said, The decision to quit Congress was not easy. However, I took it in the interest of the nation and the state (UP). PTI Varun under attack over defence deals Varun rejected these charges, saying he has not met Verma since 2004 and threatened to file a defamation suit against Bhushan and Yadav over the charges. The entire information presented does not contain an iota of proof that either I had access or shared any communication regarding sensitive information to Verma, Varun said. Allen, who was a partner of Verma, fell out with him in Verma is facing trial in the 2006 Naval War Room leak case. Bhushan alleged that despite having all the details, BJP government did not blacklist Thales, the company that sold scam-tainted Scorpene submarines, as Dassault acquired it. India recently signed a deal with Dassault for 36 Rafale aircraft. Any action against Thales may have jeopardised the Rafale deal. Moreover, contrary to previous announcements of getting 126 aircrafts, the government bought 36 aircrafts, paying double the price for individual units. It certainly appears to be the case that something is fishy, Bhushan said. However, Bhushan and Yadav did not take Varun s name during the press conference and instead asked journalists to refer to the letter. They claimed to have withheld photographic evidences pertaining to the matter. Allen wrote to the PM, Defence Minister, CBI and the NSA with all the details on August and September this year. Varun said that he last met Verma when he was a post graduate student in London at the age of 22 years. I am going to turn 37 now. I have never met him since I entered public life in The only reason why I even know of him is because his parents were members of parliament and was a respected family. I knew them as many other leaders knew them, he said. Asked if he had come across any sensitive information during his tenure on the consultative committee on defence, he said, Any MP who has been on that committee knows that not even 0.1 percentage of any confidential information is shared with the committee. PTI Fire tragedy: Trust chairman arrested, ED to launch probe which also left scores injured. Manoj Nayak surrenders at Khandagiri Police Station. He is arrested and under interrogation, Commissioner of Police, YB Khurania told reporters. Even as he was being interrogated, information came that the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Black Money has asked the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to probe financial transactions of the trust he headed. Though the reason behind the SIT order was not immediately known, a senior police official said the ED has been directed to examine all financial transactions of the trust that runs several institutions including the SUM Hospital. PTI JNU: Delhi Police forms SIT to trace missing student vertisements in newspapers, said Nupur Prasad, Additional DCP-I(South). The student, Najeeb Ahmed, went missing on Saturday following a brawl on the campus the night before. We have also announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for any person who provides information about Najeeb, Prasad said. Singh called up the Commissioner of Delhi Police and gave the instructions to set up the special team to find the missing student. PTI

16 16 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, % said Trump was the winner. INTERNATIONAL Iraqi forces moving faster than expected on Mosul PARIS, Oct 20: Iraqi forces are advancing faster than expected in a major offensive to recapture Mosul from Islamic State jihadists, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-abadi said today. We are advancing faster than we had expected and planned, Abadi said, speaking on a videoconference link to an international meeting co-hosted by France and Iraq on the future of Mosul following the start of the offensive this week. French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian had warned on Tuesday that the battle to retake Iraq s second-biggest city could take months. French President Francois Hollande told today s meeting that the jihadists were already fleeing to Raqa, their stronghold in neighbouring Syria. We can t afford mistakes in the pursuit of the terrorists who are already leaving Mosul for Raqa, Hollande said, adding: We cannot allow those who were in Mosul to evaporate. The long-awaited offensive on Mosul was launched on Monday, with some 30,000 troops involved in Iraq s largest military operation since the pullout of US troops in Representatives from around 20 countries including the US, Turkey, Gulf states and EU member states are attending the Paris meeting co-chaired by French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and his Iraqi counterpart Ibrahim al-jaafari. Today s talks come ahead of a meeting in Paris next Tuesday of the coalition s defence ministers to assess progress in the Mosul offensive. AFP Smoke rises at Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants' positions in the town of Naweran near Mosul, Iraq on Thursday. UNI Trump non-committal on accepting results LAS VEGAS, Oct 20: Donald Trump today threw hints that he may not accept defeat in the presidential polls which he has been saying is rigged, stunning the political scene threatening to overturn US democratic convention of a smooth transfer of power. His stance drew a sharp attack from Hillary Clinton as the two faced off in the feisty final presidential debate in which she was declared the winner. The controversial 70-year-old Republican candidate maintained that he would keep the suspense about accepting the election result till November 8. I will look at it at the time. I m not looking at anything now, he said in response to a question whether he would accept the poll results, during the third presidential debate at the University of Nevada here. PTI Clinton wins final presidential debate Las Vegas, Oct 20: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has won the third and final presidential debate with her Republican rival Donald Trump by an impressive 13 percentage points after a feisty fight here, according 52% said Clinton did the best job. to a a latest poll. Overall 52 per cent of those who watched the debate said Clinton did the best job, while 39 per cent said Trump was the winner, CNN said, releasing the results of its unscientific poll. As per CNN, Clinton has won all the three presidential debates. But it noted that the victory margin was narrowest for Clinton in the third and final debate in Las Vegas. She won the first debate in New York by 35 point margin and the second debate in St Louis with 23 points. PTI Philippines Prez declares separation from US BEIJING, Oct 20: In a major diplomatic victory for China, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte today announced separation from longstanding ally the US, as the two neighbours agreed to temporarily put aside their differences over the South China Sea (SCS) and signed 13 agreements. I announce my separation from the United States, he said to applause at a business meeting in the presence of Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli at Great Hall of the People. The comments by the Philippines mercurial leader may end Manila s strategic ties with Washington against China over its maritime dispute with Beijing. Duterte s comments came hours after he met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping who told him We re neighbours and blood brothers. Welcoming Duterte, who decided to visit China after his bitter spat with the US over war on drug smugglers, Xi asked him to put aside the SCS dispute temporarily to improve bilateral relations. This truly has milestone significance for China- Philippines relations, Xi said, praising Duterte s landmark visit to China to reset ties which have been damaged by the SCS dispute. Beijing claims almost all of the SCS despite partial counter-claims from the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Taiwan. An international tribunal struck down China s claims in July, saying Beijing has no historic rights in the SCS. China had rejected the ruling as null and void and said it neither accepts nor recognises the verdict of the tribunal established at the request of the Philippines. During today s meeting, Xi suggested that the two sides temporarily put aside the disputes, and learn from the political wisdom of history when the two nations had successfully kept their differences in check through talks, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported. PTI Janasanyog/5499/16

17 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 17 Viewing selfies on social networking sites such as Facebook frequently may decrease your self-esteem and life satisfaction, according to a new study. Most of the research done on social network sites looks at the motivation for posting Selfie syndrome Viewing Facebook selfies may lower your self-esteem, says a study and liking content, but we re now starting to look at the effect of viewing behaviour, said Ruoxu Wang, graduate student at Pennsylvania Know your DAY By JACQUELINE BIGAR HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Friday, Oct. 21, 2016: This year you experience a great deal of success. Whatever you touch seems to turn to gold. You are entering the first year of a new luck cycle; christen it well. Go for what you want, and don t waste your time on anything frivolous. If you are single, your charm speaks for itself. Others can t seem to stay away from you. Be true to yourself. If you are attached, you and your sweetie often struggle with different issues. Learn to apologize, or better yet, don t make statements that you will regret later. CANCER is drawn to you. The Stars Show the Kind of Day You ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3- Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult ARIES (March 21-April 19) You might have an unusual opportunity drop on you that involves real estate. You have a tendency to go overboard, as you like to indulge in good times. Curb a tendency to get angry easily. Be more aware of what others consider acceptable. Tonight: Head home early. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Your ability to communicate and get past a hassle could mark your interactions. Someone will surprise you with his or her actions, and you will gain an important insight. You know which way to go in a key situation. Tonight: Avoid someone else s challenge. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Be aware of how much you can give. A friend s request will provide unusual excitement. How involved you want to be is your call. You have a tendency to go to extremes. Take a step back in order to better understand how others see you. Tonight: Make it your treat. CANCER (June 21-July 22) You would like to keep your life as copacetic as possible. It s a nice idea, but a boss or higher-up might be full of surprises and is likely to topple your plans. A partner or loved one seems to be quite touchy. Understand where this person is coming from. Tonight: Do your thing. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) A lot is going on behind the scenes. You could be surprised by news that heads your way. How you handle the excitement that this information causes will be your call. Note a tendency to go to extremes when dealing with emotional matters. Tonight: Be ready to handle a problem. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Zero in on the possibilities. A loved one could surprise you with his or her diverse views on a key matter. A family member proves to be receptive to a change. A child might not be able to express his or her frustration or anger except by acting out. Tonight: Where the crowds are. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) No one intends to pressure you, but that is the result of an interaction involving a partner. Someone you look up to tends to change his or her mind often, and might not be seen as reliable. Remain polite and relaxed, even if others don t! Tonight: A force to be dealt with. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Read between the lines when dealing with someone at a distance. You have a lot of energy, which will help you as unexpected calls and news heads in. You could lose your temper if you are not careful. Don t allow the stress to get to you. Tonight: Opt for something different. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Relate to others directly in order to ease some of the pressure around you. Friends seem to push you in one direction, whereas your instincts point you down a different path. Use caution with your spending, as you could go overboard right now. Tonight: Spend time with a friend. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Your temper might be close to the surface. The unexpected continues to emerge in your day-to-day life, and your plans are likely to change as a result. Use caution with someone new you meet today. This person might be misrepresenting who he or she is. Tonight: Out late. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Pace yourself. You have a lot of ground to cover, and you ll want to get through the day as stress-free as possible. Don t make extravagant plans for tonight, as a hassle might emerge during the day. You will need to adjust your plans accordingly. Tonight: You call the shots. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Your imagination makes nearly anything possible, if you want it to be so. Your finances are subject to some unexpected ups and downs. Know that a respected associate is observing you with admiration; this person sees how much you care. Tonight: Add some spice to your plans. Love - a grave mental disease. Thought for the day State University (Penn State) in the US. Viewing behaviour is also called lurking when a person does not participate in posting or liking social content, but is just an observer. This form of participation in social media may sound like it should have little effect on how humans view themselves, but the study, showed the exact opposite. Wang and Fan Yang, also graduate student at Penn State, conducted an online survey to collect data on the psychological effects of posting and viewing selfies and groupies. Posting behaviour did not have significant psychological effects for participants. Viewing behaviour did. Working with Wang s graduate adviser, Michel Haigh, Associate Professor in Communications, researchers discovered the more often people viewed their own and others selfies, the lower their level of self-esteem and life satisfaction. People usually post selfies when they are happy or having fun, said Wang. This makes it easy for someone else to look at these pictures and think his or her life is not as great as theirs, he said. Those participants categorised as having a strong desire to appear popular were even more sensitive to selfie and groupie viewing. In this case, however, selfie and groupie viewing behaviour increased the self-esteem and life satisfaction for these participants, likely because this activity satisfied the participants desires to appear popular, researchers said. Wang and Yang hope their work can raise awareness about social media use and the effect it has on viewers of people s social networks. We don t often think about how what we post affects the people around us, said Yang. I think this study can help people understand the potential consequences of their posting behaviour. This can help counsellors work with students feeling lonely, unpopular, or unsatisfied with their lives, Yang added. The study was published in the Journal of Telematics and Informatics. 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18 18 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI SPORTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 Dhoni flops as India lose to NZ by six runs NEW DELHI, Oct 20: Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni s role as a finisher again came under scanner as New Zealand pipped India by six runs in a thrilling second ODI encounter, here tonight. The Black Caps levelled the five-match series 1-1 and in the process also won their first game of the tour. India were all-out for 236 in 49.3 overs chasing a target of 243. It is also after 11 long years that India have lost an ODI at the Feroz Shah Kotla. Hardik Pandya (36) and Umesh Yadav (18) had tried their best with a 49-run stand for the ninth wicket but Pandya s dismissal in the penultimate over ended India s hopes with Southee cleaning up Jasprit Bumrah (0) in the final over with a perfect yorker. But the match again raised question mark about Captain Cool s ability to win matches even when there wasn t too much pressure of the scoreboard. The target was not a big one and the juncture at which Dhoni walked in gave him ample time to play himself into the game. He ran well but also at times got BENGALURU, Oct 20: After I-League champions Bengaluru FC scripted history by reaching the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup final, skipper Sunil Chhetri heaped praise on his team-mates for the achievement. Bengaluru FC on Wednesday defeated defending champions Johor Darul Ta zim 3-1, 4-2 on aggregate over two legs, to book a final clash with Air Force Club of Iraq on November 5 in Doha, Qatar. Chhetri scored twice to lead from the front after Bengaluru conceded an early goal. The best part of the club is whoever is associated with Bengaluru FC, right from Sajjan Jindal, our coach, our ball boy everyone puts in so much effort to achieve the result. It s a closely knit family, he said at the post-match press conference on Wednesday. stuck with Mitchell Santner drying up the runs. Keeping a cover and an extra cover, Santner flighted it outside the off-stump and the Indian skipper found it difficult to get going. There were only three boundaries in his 39 off 65 balls but what was striking was his inability to generate power in his shots most of the times. He played as many as 37 dot balls. The only standout shot was a short arm pull off Henry. He failed to attack both Santner and Anton Devcich. Southee ended Dhoni s misery with a stunning one handed return catch when the Indian skipper failed to read a slower one. But it was a more a case of the increasing pressure on him. He added 66 for the fifth wicket with Kedar Jadhav (41). But it was Kedar, who looked like a dominant partner hitting couple of sixes off Santner. First was a half-tracker that was pulled into the mid-wicket stands and the second was an inside out shot over extra covers. He also ran well between the wickets with his skipper Chhetri lauds teammates for reaching AFC Cup final You don t believe how happy I m now. In fact, I m at a loss for words expressing it. This result is not just an achievement of the eleven players. Rather this has been possible because of the entire Bengaluru FC family. We don t know what we re going to achieve next but one thing is for sure that we ll keep on pushing hard and we ll stay together whatever happens, he added. Meanwhile, Bengaluru coach Albert Roca didn t mince his words praising the skipper as the architect of the historic win. He s (Sunil) the right captain. He s an example to all of us present here. Bengaluru FC can t have any better captain than him. He doesn t only work on his game but helps other players a lot. Undoubtedly, he s a big part of the success which we achieved, Roca said. IANS New Zealand captain Kane Williamson executes a cover drive during the 2nd ODI against India at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi on Thursday. converting the ones into twos. Just when he was looking good for a half-century, Kedar tried to steer a fuller delivery from Henry to be caught behind as India were in a spot at 139 for five. What was weird was Dhoni s Barcelona, Atletico Madrid victorious in Champions League MADRID, Oct 20: Spanish football champions FC Barcelona thumped Manchester City 4-0 while Atletico Madrid bested Rostov 1-0, bringing both Spanish clubs a step closer to clinching spots in the Champions League pre-quarterfinal. French champions Paris Saint-Germain, German champions Bayern Munich and England s Arsenal also won on Wednesday, who likewise seem assured of advancing to the next stage, reports Efe. A healthy Lionel Messi spoiled Pep Guardiola s return to the Camp Nou stadium, scoring three goals against Manchester City, who played most of the second half with 10 men after goalkeeper Claudio Bravo was ejected on a red card for a hand ball outside the area. Guardiola, who won a shelf full of trophies with Barcelona, sur- decision to play second fiddle to both Kedar and then Axar Patel (17) as he let the game drift with the dot balls adding to the pressure. Dhoni s dismissal did increase pressure as Axar and Amit prised everyone by leaving top scorer Sergio Agero out of the line-up for City s biggest match of the current Champions League tourney. Messi s first goal came in the 17th minute after City defender Fernandinho slipped, clearing a path for the Argentine superstar, whose second and third tallies followed Bravo s expulsion. Neymar added the fourth goal in the final minute of regulation time. With 9 points from three matches, Barcelona lead Group C by five points over City. Two points behind City is Borussia Monchengladbach, who posted their first win on Wednesday, beating Celtic 2-0 in Glasgow to consign the Scottish squad to last place with 1 point. Atletico struggled a little to beat Rostov in Russia on a goal at the hour mark by Yannick Mishra (1) were dismissed by part-time off-breaks from Martin Guptill. Starting the chase, Rohit Sharma (15), who was in considerable pain after his dismissal having done some damage to his Carrasco, maintaining their perfect record in the current Champions League campaign. Last year s runner-up Atletico now sit three points ahead of Bayern Munich in Group D, who climbed to six points on Wednesday with a 4-1 whipping of PSV Eindhoven who, like Rostov, have a single point. In Group A, Arsenal and PSG are tied on points at seven after victories over Ludogorets and Basel, respectively. Arsenal routed the Bulgarian club 6-0 in London with goals from Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and a Mesut Ozil hat trick, the first in the German international s senior career. PSG defeated visiting Basel 3-0 on goals by Angel Di Maria, Lucas and Edinson Cavani, who converted a penalty in stoppage time. IANS biceps along with Virat Kohli (9), Ajinkya Rahane (28) and Manish Pandey (19) didn t score too many as India were reduced to 73 for 4 within 20th over. Earlier, Kane Williamson was in his element hitting a classy hundred but New Zealand lost momentum during the slog overs to end up scoring 242 for 9 against India after being put into bat. Williamson, who has had an indifferent tour so far, struck a fluent 118 off 128 balls with 14 boundaries and a six. However save opener Tom Latham (46), none of the other batsmen could provide considerable support. The last 15 overs of the innings yielded only 66 runs for the Black Caps. While Amit Mishra (3/60 in 10 overs) picked up important wicket of Williamson, it was Jasprit Bumrah (3/35 in 10 overs) whose bowling was a revelation during death overs. He made a technically equipped Williamson crawl with a toe-crushing yorker and another unplayable delivery in the blockhole got found Tim Southee failing to get his bat down. SCORECARD New Zealand: Martin Guptill b Yadav 0, Tom Latham lbw b Jadhav 46, Kane Williamson c Rahane b Mishra 118, Ross Taylor c Sharma b Mishra 21, Corey Anderson lbw b Mishra 21, Luke Ronchi c Dhoni b Patel 6, Mitchell Santner not out 9, Anton Devcich c Patel b Bumrah 7, Tim Southee b Bumrah 0, Matt Henry b Bumrah 6, Trent Boult not out 5. Extras (WD-3) 3. Total (For 9 wickets in 50 overs) 242. Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-120, 3-158, 4-204, 5-213, 6-216, 7-224, 8-225, Bowling: Umesh Yadav , Hardik Pandya , Jasprit Bumrah , Axar Patel , Amit Mishra , Kedar Jadhav India: Rohit Sharma c Ronchi b Boult 15, Ajinkya Rahane c Anderson b Southee 28, Virat Kohli c Ronchi b Santner 9, Manish Pandey run out (Santner/Ronchi) 19, MS Dhoni c & b Southee 39, Kedar Jadhav c Ronchi b Henry 41, Axar Patel c Santner b Guptill 17, Hardik Pandya c Santner b Boult 36, Amit Mishra c sub (Bracewell) b Guptill 1, Umesh Yadav not out 18, Jasprit Bumrah b Southee 0. Extras: (LB-5, W-8) 13. Total: (all out in 49.3 overs) 236. Fall of wickets: 1-21, 2-40, 3-72, 4-73, 5-139, 6-172, 7-180, 8-183, 9-232, Bowling: Henry , Boult , Southee , Devcich , Santner , Guptill PTI Bangladesh debutant puts England in a spin CHITTAGONG, Oct 20: Teenage debutant Mehedi Hasan claimed five wickets for 64 runs to stun England s top order and give Bangladesh the upper hand in the first Test in Chittagong on Thursday. Moeen Ali and Jonny Bairstow scored half-centuries each as England reached at stumps on the first day, after skipper Alastair Cook elected to bat first at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury stadium. Moeen survived five reviews on his way to smashing 68 runs and Bairstow made 52 as England steadied against some superb bowling from Bangladesh s spinners to post a respectable score. Chris Woakes was 36 not out and Adil Rashid unbeaten on five. Experienced left-arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan finished the day with 2-46 to complement the 18-year-old Mehedi, who became the seventh Bangladeshi bowler to take five wickets in his Test debut. Mehedi, named player of the tournament at the Under-19 World Cup earlier this year, made an immediate impression, bowling Ben Duckett for 14 before trapping Gary Ballance for one in his opening spell. Shakib removed Cook for just four, in a disappointing start for the skipper who became England s most capped player with 134 Tests. SCORECARD England first innings: A. Cook b Shakib 4, Duckett b Mehedi 14, Root c Sabbir b Mehedi 40, Ballance lbw b Mehedi 1, Ali c Rahim b Mehedi 68, Stokes b Shakib 18, Bairstow b Mehedi 52, Woakes not out 36, Rashid not out 5. Extras (b14, lb4, w2) 20. Total (seven wickets, 92 overs) 258. Fall of wickets: 1-18, 2-18, 3-21, 4-83, 5-106, 6-194, Bowling: Shafiul , Mehedi , Kamrul (w2), Shakib , Taijul , Sabbir , Mahmudullah , Mominul AFP Navi Mumbai gets FIFA nod for U-17 WC NAVI MUMBAI, Oct 20: Satisfied with the facilities and preparations here, football s world governing body FIFA today ratified Navi Mumbai as a venue for the Under-17 World Cup to be held in India next year. A 23-member high-level delegation, comprising experts from FIFA and Local Organising Committee (LOC), visited the D Y Patil Sports stadium here this morning before announcing its decision to select the stadium. It was November 2014, when Joy (Bhattacharya) and myself took probably the single most important flight for this tournament. We were struggling to find (to find) a solution for a venue, and solution to the situation in Mumbai. We took the flight an met Dr Vijay Patil. Dr Patil and D Y Patil institution, 300 students understood the magnitude of this event and they understood that this is a once in lifetime opportunity, Tournament Director Javier Ceppi told reporters. PTI India 137th in FIFA rankings NEW DELHI, Oct 20: India moved 11 places to the 137th spot in the global football rankings, released on Thursday. It is India s highest position since August 2010 when they were similarly positioned, an All India Football Federation (AIFF) statement said. India defeated 114th ranked Puerto Rico in an international friendly in Mumbai in September, contributing to their rise. India have garnered 230 points. National coach Stephen Constantine sounded delighted but wasn t willing to read too much into it. Constantine won his first game in-charge against Nepal 2-0. Argentina continues to head the list with 1621 points. Reigning world champions Germany moved up to second behind Argentina, pushing Belgium out of the top three. Five-time world champions Brazil also moved up a place to third. Belgium went down to the fourth position. Spain are back in the top 10 pushing Wales to 11th. IANS

19 SPORTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI 19 Sindhu enters second round at Denmark Open ODENSE, Oct 20: Rio Olympic silver medallist P V Sindhu made a resounding start to her campaign at Denmark Open, defeating China s He Bingjiao in straight games in the women s singles competition of the USD 700,000 Premier Super Series badminton event here. Sixth seed Sindhu, who is playing her first event after the Rio Olympics, notched up a victory over Bingjiao in a minute match. HYDERABAD, Oct 20: Star Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal will return to competitive action at the China Open next month following recovery from a knee injury that derailed her Olympic campaign. Saina, who resumed match practice this week, would vie for the honours in the China Open starting November 12, according to her father Harvir Singh. Saina, who is currently ranked 5th in BWF world rankings, was the runners-up in China Open last year and the winner in the MOSCOW, Oct 20: The national anti-doping organisations of Azerbaijan, Brazil, Greece, Guatemala and Indonesia have failed to comply with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) code and have three weeks to set right the violations, the agency said. The WADA s independent Compliance Review Committee (CRC) concluded that these countries were not currently in compliance with the 2015 code; and decided that, unless their pending issues are solved before 10 November, the CRC will submit recommendations of noncompliance to the agency s foundation board, WADA said This is the fourth meeting between Sindhu and Bingjiao as the Indian had lost twice to the Chinese with the only victory coming in the Malaysia Open in April. After this win, Sindhu will improve her head-to-head record against Bingjiao to 2-3. The 21-year-old from Hyderabad will next take on World No. 12 Sayaka Sato of Japan. Sindhu had reached the finals of the Denmark Open in the last edition. PTI Saina to come back in China Open next month year before that. Saina, who has recently been appointed a member of the International Olympic Committee s Athletes Commission, will not be able to attend the next meeting of the panel, slated to be held on November 6, due to her participation in the China Open, Singh told PTI here. Saina had sustained an intraarticular injury (inside the joint) to her right knee and had lost in the Group Stage in the Rio Olympics. She underwent a surgery for the injury and was on a rehab process for recovery. PTI Five countries fail to comply with WADA code in a statement on Wednesday, reports Sputnik. The violations vary for every country and include noncompliant local legislation or rules, use of non-wada-accredited laboratories and issues with the countries anti-doping programs. On September 3, at a WADA review meeting, Azerbaijan, Brazil and Guatemala were already warned that they faced the threat of being declared noncompliant unless pending issues were resolved. The agency s foundation board will meet on November 19 in Glasgow, Scotland, where the situation will be addressed. IANS Chennaiyin FC edge past NEU FC SPORTS REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Chennaiyin FC finally broke the jinx of never having won a match against NorthEast United in the three season long history of the Indian Super League with a 1-0 victory at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Sarusajai here today. Both the teams had their share of chances although the visitors enjoyed a better ball possession in the first half. Chennaiyin were somewhat the more potent side with Subrata Paul having had to come to his side s rescue on a number of occasions. Romaric decided to have a go on the target from around 40 yards but that wasn t a problem at all for Chennaiyin FC custodian Karanjit Singh as he collected it with ease in the 10th minute. Mehrajuddin Wadoo from the right flank provided Davide Succi with a fine opportunity but he made a complete mockery of the situation and NorthEast FC glovesman Subrata Paul was quick enough to deny the visitors an early lead in the 17th minute. NorthEast United s Argentinean recruit Nicolas Velez provided local boy Holicharan Narzary with a good diagonal pass only to witness the latter providing Katsumi Yusa with a fine opportunity inside the box in the 18th minute. However, the South Korean midfielder was well blocked by Bernard Mendy. Having received a free kick against North- East United s marquee Didier Zokora, Maurizio Peluso who stepped in to take the set Nadal opens tennis academy with Federer as guest of honour MANACOR (Spain), Oct 20: Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal has opened an academy bearing his name in his hometown on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, with his friend and longtime rival Roger Federer as the guest of honour. The Rafa Nadal Academy is built across 24,000 square meters (258,000 sq. ft.) and is to combine tennis lessons with academics, reports Efe. It s a dream come true, said Nadal, who along with Federer and President-CEO of Telefonica, Jose Maria Alvarez-Pallete, unveiled the facilities to numerous guests and officials on Wednesday. Among those present were the president of the Balearic Government Francina Armengol, the presidents of the International Tennis Federation and the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), David Hagerty and Chris Players of Chennaiyin FC and NEU FC (white) in action during their ISL match in Guwahati on Thursday. AT Photo piece blasted it straight to Subrata Paul who parried it to Hans Mulder. Mulder s header went above the cross bar by some margin in the 28th minute to give the full packed home crowd some sigh of relief. Switching sides, Chennaiyin didn t take much long to surge ahead as Siam Hanghal s fine lobbed pass was well volleyed into the net by their Italian forward Succi in the 48th minute. Succi s powerful strike from inside the box saw Paul diving to his left but couldn t stop the ball from finding the back of the net. Receiving a free kick from around 25 yards, Romaric s full blooded strike went Kermode, respectively, and the chairman of Wimbledon Phillip Brook. The sports centre consists of a residence, 26 clay courts, a fitness centre, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a seven-aside soccer field, among other sports facilities. The centre will create employment for some 140 people and also includes the Rafael Nadal Foundation and a museum. Nadal described it as a project that my team and I have worked toward for years. I am grateful from my heart, it is a very special day for me, said Nadal, who also addressed his family and the academy s first students. Federer, his great rival in the courts and a tennis legend with 17 Grand Slam trophies to his credit, congratulated Nadal. It s a great idea, I don t have an academy like this, Federer said. Nadal said that he expected to resume his on-court rivalry with Federer soon, once the Swiss player recovers from an injury that has troubled him recently. Neither Roger nor I have forgotten how to play tennis and we are working to return to compete at the highest level, said the double Olympic champion. Nadal did not reveal a timetable for his return to the court or if he would play in the Basel Open or the Paris-Bercy Masters. The Spaniard had suffered a shock defeat by the Serb player Viktor Troicki in Shanghai. Federer acknowledged that Nadal had pushed him during a sporting rivalry that he described as intense but also respectful. I ve never seen someone with this much power and top spin and intensity, all in one package, coming into tennis, said Federer. IANS wide of the target by some margin in the 58th minute. NorthEast came close to equalising in the 61st minute but Holicharan Narzary failed to reach in time. Yusa making his way from the left flank set the ball up for Narzary with an absolute scoring opportunity but Jerry Lalrinzuala did well to clear it. NorthEast dominated throughout the later half of the match but couldn t find the desired result. Playing in the absence of their fleet footed forward Nicolas Velez who had to be substituted owing to an injury seemed to have had an impact on the result. Delhi bundled out for 90 KOLKATA, Oct 20: Poor batting display by Delhi saw them being skittled out for a paltry 90 before Karnataka batsmen applied themselves much better to take a 41-run lead in their Ranji Trophy cricket tie at the Eden Gardens here on Thursday. At stumps, Karanataka were 131/3 in 52 overs with Nair (three not out) and nightwatchman Abhimanyu Mithun (seven not out) at the crease. This is Delhi s lowest total against Karnakata in Ranji Trophy matches. On a good track, which aided the spinners, Delhi failed to display the temperament as Rishabh Pant (24) and Dhruv Shorey (24) were the top-scorers for the capital side. For Karnataka, pacer Sreenath Aravind returned figures of 4/12. Brief scores: Delhi 90 all out (Rishab Pant 24, D Shorey 24; S Aravind 4/12), Karnataka 131/3 (Mayank Agarwal 56, R Samarth 53; Vikas Tokas 2/35) IANS Winless Goa to take on Mumbai in ISL battle MUMBAI, Oct 20: Winless after four games, FC Goa would be keen to break the jinx when they take on a depleted Mumbai City FC in an Indian Super League game at the Andheri Sports Complex, here tomorrow. Coached by Brazilian football legend Zico, last year s runnersup Goa are yet to strike the rhythm and have slumped to three defeats out of four matches played so far. However, the Goans would be expecting that the 1-1 away draw on October 16 against former champions Atletico de Kolkata could be just the turning point in their dismal season so far. The heroics of goalkeeper Subashish Roy Chowdhury, who took the field after a huge gap of one year and eight months, and a late spot-kick goal from Joffre saved Goa from a fourth straight loss in the tournament as they held Atletico to a draw in Kolkata. Since the start of the ISL in 2014, no team has gone without winning in the first five matches but should FC Goa lose or draw against Mumbai, the unwanted Solution of last problem Originating from Japan, su do ku is a mind game and a puzzle that can be solved with proper reasoning and logic. Fill the grid with digits in such a manner that every row, every column and every 3 x 3 box accommodates the digits 1 to 9 without repeating any. SU DO KU record will be theirs. Goa and Zico have been in a similar situation in 2014 when the outfit had only a point after the first four matches but recovered well to make it to the semifinals. This time too Zico exuded confidence that Goa can turn the corner, especially against a team that has remained winless in the last three matches. We are playing well. Even in games which we have lost, we could have had different results. We lost at least two matches largely due to our own mistakes rather than the merits of the other team, Zico said during the pre-match media briefing. The home team will also be eager to get back into the winning ways after coming off with a 0-1 loss to Kerala Blasters and a 3-3 draw against Delhi Dynamos in their two previous matches. The 1-1 draw against Atletico on October 11 had earlier put an end to Mumbai City s two-game initial winning spree and they would be pulling out all stops to get the better of Goa. PTI

20 20 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE, GUWAHATI SPORTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2015 Vidarbha heading for big total vs Assam SPORTS REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: On the opening day of the fourday Group B Ranji Trophy match at the St Xavier s College Ground, Thumba, Mumbai today, opting to bat first Vidarbha were 254 for three against Assam. On a batting track, the Vidarbha batsmen took no time to settle down and added 68 runs for the opening wicket partnership. Monfort, HKV win matches SPORTS REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Monfort School beat Kendriya Vidyalaya, CRPF by seven wickets while Hindustani Kendriya Vidyalaya got the better of Al-Kashim Academy by 69 runs in two matches of the All Guwahati Inter School Cricket Tournament, organised by the City Cricket Coaching Centre at the Dispur playground today. Brief scores: KV CRPF 121 (Sahil Haq 30, Sanjib Mistri 23, Sourav Paul 3/20); Monfort 122/3 (Ashif Ahmed 41, Manish Kr Rai 19, Pratik 18, Rajdeep Choudhury 2/18). HKV 139 (Ankit Singh 53, Kaushik Bhuyan 2/28); Al-Kashim 70 (Anup Bhujel 5/11, Tejbir Singh 2/23). Today s matches: Don Bosco vs Ganesh Nagar; Happy Montessori vs Fairyland. Although AD Shanware was wickets fell today. SCORECARD out for a duck, all other batsvidarbha 1st innings: RR Sanmen contributed handsomely jay c Sharma b Sarupam Purkaand stood in a comfortable po- yastha 83, FY Fazal lbw b sition at the end of the day. Sarupam Purkayastha 44, Ganesh Satish not out 93, AD Opener Sanjay Ramaswamy Shanware c Arun Karthik b (83 off 196 balls, 10x4), Ganesh Sarupam Purkayastha 0, R not out 31. Extras (nb 3) Satish (93 batting off 184 balls, Jangid 3. Total (3 wickets; 90 overs) 7x4, 1x6) were their leading 254. Fall of wickets: 1-68, 2scorers while skipper Faiz 199, Bowling: Arup Das , Krishna Das Fazal added 44. Ravi Jangid ac- 0, Sarupam Purkayastha , Pallav Das , J companying Satish with 31. Mohammad , For Assam spinner Sarupam Syed Amit Verma , Gokul SharPurkayastha took all the three ma Haryana all out for 178, Chattishgarh 68/1 SPORTS REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Haryana were all out for 178 in 54.1 overs against Chattishgarh in a Group C Ranji Trophy match at the Barsapara cricket stadium here today. At stumps, Chattishgarh were 68 for one. Left-arm spinner Ajay Mandal chipped in four wickets while Abhishek Tamrakar and Pankaj Rao walked away with two wickets each. The Haryana batsmen were in trouble from the initial stage and were tottering at 63 for six. But former team Indian players Rohit Sharma (45) and Harshal Patel (34) managed to give some respectability to their total. SCORECARD Haryana 1st innings: Saini c Gupta b Pankaj Rao 7, Rohilla c & b Mandal 17, Bishnoi c Naidu b Sinha 1, Rana lbw b Pankaj Rao 1, Paliwal c Kaif b Tamrakar 17, RP Sharma b Mandal 45, Joginder Sharma c Ashutosh Singh b Mandal 1, Patel c R Tiwari b Chauhan 34, MM Sharma c Mandal b Tamrakar 14, Chahal not out 8, Pahal b Mandal 12. Extras (lb 1, nb 20) 21. Total (all out; 54.1 overs) 178. Fall of wickets: 1-15, 219, 3-22, 4-50, 5-54, 6-63, 7-127, 8149, 9-157, Bowling: Rao , PR Sinha , Mandal , Tamrakar , Chauhan Chhattisgarh 1st innings: Tiwari c Saini b Patel 30, Gupta not out 25, A Singh not out 8. Extras (b 5) 5. Total (1 wicket; 24 overs) 68. Fall of wickets: Bowling: Patel , MM Sharma , Pahal , J Sharma , Chahal Seeds move into finals SPORTS REPORTER GUWAHATI, Oct 20: Seeded players moved into the finals of the India Club-AITA Championship Series. All the finals will be played tomorrow from 9 am onwards. Semifinal results: (Boys U-14) Top seed Kritanta Sarma (ASM) bt 3rd seed Aditya Bhagawati (ASM) 64, 6-1, 2nd seed Hrykpb Borah (ASM) bt 4th seed Anchit Gogoi (ASM) 7-6, (5), 1-6, 7-5. (Girls U-14) Top seed Kristi Boro (ASM) bt 4th seed Ishika Chakma (ASM) 6-4, 6-4, 3rd seed Harshita Borah (ASM) bt Nishtha Rani Borphukan (ASM) 1-6, 6-4, 6-2. (Boys doubles) Top seed Kritanta Sarma/Hrykpb Borah (ASM) bt 4th seed Uday Jyoti Das/Avnish Baruah (ASM) 6-3, 6-2, 2nd Seed Anchit Gogoi/Aditya Bhagawati (ASM) bt Bhargav Chetia/Anubhav Kashyap (ASM) 6-3, 6-3. (Girls doubles) Top seed Kristi Boro/Harshita Borah (ASM) bt 4th seed Pratiksha Saikia/Ishika Chakma (ASM) 7-6 (4), 7-6 (6), 3rd seed Areena Phukan/ Nishtha Rani Borphukan (ASM) bt 2nd seed Kalpita Rajkhowa/Tanishqa Patar (ASM) 3-6, 6-3, BSNL bridge GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The 16th All India BSNL Bridge Competition got of at the BSNL VIP IQ here today in a colourful inaugural ceremony. Mussaddi Lal, CGM NE Task Force inaugurate the tournament by lighting the lamp. M K Seth, CGM, Assam Telecom Circle also the Chairman of the BSNL Assam Telecom circle Sports & Cultural Board was the chief patron of the inaugural ceremony. Ranking TT meet GUWAHATI, Oct 20: The 22nd All Assam Major Ranking TT Championship will be held at the Boarding Field Indoor Stadium, Sivasagar from October 25 to 27, informs State TT body secretary Tridiv Duvarah in a release. Around 350 paddlers from all over the State are likely to take part in the meet. Kokrajhar football KOKRAJHAR, Oct 20: The Ram Sorobar Rising Football Club defeated Debitola team 80 to annex the champion s title of the Red Horns Parbatjhora Football Tournament 2016 organised by the Red Horns Division at Kazigaon in Parbatjhora Subdivision of Kokrajhar today. Correspondent Printed and published by Ganesh Ch. Das on behalf of Assam Tribune Pvt. Ltd. at the Tribune Press, Tribune Buildings, P.O.- Assam Tribune, M.R.D. 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21 FEELINGS Vivid spectrum THE ODD WORLD Dark is the new bright GUWAHATI FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 2016 Swadhinata Gogoi waxes eloquent about the beauty of nature, and how we are out to exploit her innate goodness. Wake-up call! Nature is the most marvellous creation of the universe. The beautiful synthesis of nature bewitches every human being. Nature has always been an indispensable portion of our livelihood. From time immemorial, Mother Nature has been the thread of inspiration and imagination for poets, artists and authors to display their creative panache. Meagre words are not enough to eulogise the beauty of the real thing, notwithstanding the fact that its finesse has always forged a ripple in our hearts, ushering a bond, a troth of love undefined. Whether it's William Wordsworth expounding his imagination and attachment towards the enormity of nature in Tintern Abbey, or Robert Frost exploring felicity in the mundane things of life in After Apple Picking, they draw us towards an aesthetic journey purifying our souls. It would probably take an eternity to keep magnifying nature's mystery-filled visages. Every passing moment she entices us into her bosom embracing us like a longfound lover. One cannot help but fall in love even more than before, and lionise her with odes and songs of admiration. It never really ends the search for her myriad faces; mirages after which we keep running but never reach. Lured into a world of phantasm, one cannot escape her charisma; be it the maple with its colourful autumn foliage, the gulmohar standing like a newly wedded coy bride with her vermillion filled forehead, the green hues of the ocean like the emerald adorned by Cleopatra, the marmalade sky by sunset, or the purples of twilight resembling the robe of an ancient emperor of some unknown kingdom. People spend an eternity in search of transcendence; a paradise, when the same lies in front of us? One just needs to perceive it, embrace its state of bliss. Nature has always tempted us into a state of tranquillity and sublimity; away from desolation, anarchy and gloom. On a summery eve, when the drops of rain fall on our face, we feel euphoric, as if the entire body and soul goes through a spiritual purgation. Nature is a therapist to all our miseries, which she cheerfully espouses. Nature is like a mirror reflecting our various moods. A tranquil night with a full moon reflecting in the crystalline waters of a lake draws the potentiality to kindle the lover concealed within us. Nature is a healer and a teacher. She makes us altruistic. She teaches us to expect nothing in return. Just as it is given in the Bhagavad Gita, Work without any expectation of result. She teaches us to trust, to gain, and to rise when we fall. The falling autumn leaves twirling to the beats of the wind can arouse feelings of hope in a dying man; the hope of rejuvenation. She teaches us that failure and success, happiness and sadness are flip sides of the same coin, and henceforth, one superseding the other simultaneously. We just need to open our heart and soul and seek behind the veil. Until and unless we do that we can never know the secrets lying deep within her bosom, yet to be unearthed. We should learn to reciprocate, respect and return. Veracious is the expression and yet unequivocally dichotomous to us, to humankind belonging to a corporeal world, the one in extremis. A legion drowning in the ocean of fabricated sophistication and enlightenment. It would be foolish of us to now realise what we have done and what would be the denouement? Slaughtering the mother who gave you shelter and shield; and standing boisterous, blowing the trumpet of victory is what we espy today. If this idiosyncratic attitude doesn't change soon enough, it would be too late, leading to our own nemesis, thus, affixing ourselves in the docket of annihilation. Even though we have been discerning and complimenting her benediction upon us, we are eventually purloining and devastating her treasure trove and henceforth, leaving an ailing planet for the coming generations. The natural environment due to this human mastery is shrinking at a meteoric speed; and the only reason behind all these exploitations is the development of technology. Of late, technological development is no longer impounded to the mere purpose of meeting the basic human needs. In the name of civilisation, we have crawled towards an age of decadence where nature is merely seen as a resource', a resource that needs to be exploited to the fullest, without being concerned about the impending catastrophe. We need to realise that we are just mere tenants on earth and we have no right to destroy its properties. Besides, we have been accustomed to a bygone tradition of give and take'; where there is no giving in return. We are just taking, despoiling and vandalising what nature has bestowed upon us. It is like eating up the eggs and then demanding that the birds are ebbing away. One might easily find the humour here, but the fact is we need to wake up from our eternal sleep or it might be too late. It has to be our cardinal duty to give what we have taken from nature and nurture her and maintain the equilibrium. We must take an oath to maintain the human interrelationship with Mother Nature. It is high time that we hurl away our blindfolds and enshrine what we already have in store. The necessity of dealing with cooperation, concession and compromise is what the need of the hour is. Love her; heal her, because no one wants a dying planet, an ailing one, unless we have somewhere else to go. Realise her value before it's too late. Or else our doom would be no far. Dr Gitartha Roymedhi IT and health formation whenever a patient has a problem, even if the office is closed. EHRs also make it easier for the doctor to share information with specialists and others so that everyone who needs your information has it available when they need it. Some EHRs may also allow one to log in to a web portal to view the health record, lab results, and treatment plan, and to e- mail the treating doctor. PHRs are a lot like EHRs, except that one can control what kind of information goes into it. One can use a PHR to keep track of information from the doctor visits, but the PHRs can also reflect one's life outside the doctor's office and personal health priorities, such as tracking of food intake, exercise, and blood pressure. Sometimes, one's PHR can link with the doctor's EHR. E-Prescribing allows the doctor to communicate directly with the pharmacy. A paper prescription can get lost or misread. E-Prescribing means you can go to the pharmacy to pick up the medicines, without having to bring the paper prescription. In a country like the United States, Health IT has been introduced to secure the health records of the patients and making them available when and where needed. This way the healthcare providers can give the best possible care, whether during a routine visit or an emergency. In case the patient is in a serious condition, it provides ability to coordinate better. Other benefits of Health IT are the Personal Health Tools and Online Communities. Personal health tools help to check the health, get feedback, and keep track of the progress to better manage health, whereas online communities can help people connect with one another to try to maximise good health (such as during pregnancy) or to respond to concerns about poor health. But some challenges also persist in the field of Health IT. Sometimes there is the threat of cyber attack on one's health data network by criminal hackers. Sometimes a doctor's or physician's ability and knowledge is judged with the information obtained from the internet. Otherwise the concept of healthcare via internet can bring a great change for every single individual. Health Information Technology lets an individual be a key part of the team or group that maintains a healthy society. Fleeing fictionality! Anupom Kumar Hazarika Hogwarts is a place that is known to all, yet its unavail-able on Google maps. It is one place that created some sort of sensation in most of use when we were in school, and it still baffles my curiosity whenever I see it capturing the attention of masses through some very striking headlines. A computer game, based on the second book of the Harry Potter series, opened the Hogwarts portal to me for the first time. At that time, the game attracted me with its indescribable charm, and aroused an unstoppable desire in me to know more about it. My schoolmates back then imparted in me a partial knowledge, which proved as an impetus to buy the first book of the series and that was how my trip to that magical world started. A few days ago, when I was at a bookshop flipping through the pages of the newly-released Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, a kid s voice abruptly interrupted my thoughts. I saw a kid trying to reach the shelf where the Harry Potter series was kept, and she was screaming at the bookstore clerk to help her get them. I saw her excited face, a face that was lost in the realm of Hogwarts, and I realised that that face belonged to me once. Harry Potter fans are everywhere. When you accidently meet a crazy fan, you are stirred, as your wackiness gets mimicked on a foreign face that you have not seen before. The world that JK Rowling writes about in the Harry Potter books is something that does not exist but it has so much power in Healthcare and Information Technology both these words are familiar, but there are only a few who would understand the concept of Health Information Technology. Basically, it means the integration of information technology into the healthcare system. This combined term is coined as Health Information Technology or Health IT. It is a broad concept. It supports health information management across computerised systems and the secure exchange of health information between the consumers, providers, payers and quality monitors. A number of well-known healthcare providers nowadays follow the system of Health IT to improve patient care. The highest benefit of Health IT is received by the patients because it has carved a convenient pathway to meet their needs. One can utilise Health IT for better communication with the doctors and physicians, learn and share information about health and can take all necessary actions that will improve the quality of life. Besides, this increases healthcare productivity and efficiency. It also prevents medical errors and promotes healthcare accuracy. To some extent, it also reduces healthcare costs and saves enough of the valuable time of the patients in a healthcare centre. In a healthcare institution or centre, it decreases much of the unnecessary paperwork and many other unproductive tasks. It increases administrative efficiency and aids other work processes. Not just in a private hospital or healthcare institution, a common man can avail the advantages of Health IT in other ways as well, as it brings in a lot of public health benefits. It helps in early detection of infectious diseases and also improves the tracking of Chronic Illness Management. Widely, Health IT includes Electronic Health Record System (EHRs), Personal Health Record System (PHRs) and E-Prescribing System. The EHRs store the entire health information. It allows doctors to easily keep track of patients' health information and may enable them to access the needed init to make the readers go wild and crazy. If the magical world of Harry Potter is fictional, is fiction all about falsehood, nonsense and unreal? A vague question, it might be for some, but it is something that philosophers and rationalists have been arguing over throughout the ages. Stories entertain us and we are persuaded to imagine funny and stupid things. Grandma's stories are fictional. Many grandmas would tell the same story with their added twists and turns. Yet, we still love them; because they defy their existence in the physical world. If they do not have any existence, what is the point of glorifying and celebrating them? Stories are temporary mediums for us to escape from the bleak picture of our life and to let our fantasy rise from the graveyard of rationality. Hogwarts has been an option for many wacky fans to enter a new world. A world that transcends the boundaries of what we see with our naked eyes. Getting admitted into Hogwarts is every Potter reader's fantasy. As going to Hogwarts is an impossible journey for fans, Warner Brothers and many other companies are endowing Harry Potter paraphernelia with life. Nowadays, you can get magical wands, dresses worn by Hogwarts students, golden snitches, brooms, cups with Harry Potter images and many other such exciting things. These accessories cannot serve any fruitful purpose in our life. However, people purchase them happily without being aware of the fact that they are amalgamating reality with fiction. Hence, fiction becomes a part of the real world where we live. Fiction succeeds in breaking the ties of fictionality and penetrates reality by solidifying imaginable things.

22 Page 2 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE GUWAHATI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 The girl who draws herself Feelings... Inanimate Vivid spectrum Spread across Nepal and beyond, the stories in Samrat Upadhyay s Arresting God in Kathmandu, present life-tales that encompass nuances of everyday existence in ways that pleasantly surprise by their verve and vitality. There are accounts of lost hope, of suffering that cannot be redeemed, even as the brighter dimensions of life shine through in seemingly insignificant details, much of which would otherwise be cast off as nondescript. It is not the veneer that shines in a glamorous world which always holds sway, for the world of the personal implies more when it comes to approaching the void within this is what Acharya realizes when Giri goes away from his life, goes off for good. Giri s arrival into the Acharya household was not much to write home about, but his remarkable talent in composing verses was an unexpected development, more so because Acharya was the one that the nation placed its laurels upon. Acharya was the beloved poet of the land, whose poetic compositions familiarized the people to writing of the highest calibre, he was the pride of the nation which thrived on what he produced as the national versifier. Giri was not much a presence even, yet his excellence in writing, occasional though they were, arrested Acharya s attention. Giri was just the cook in the house, a figure on the margins of the family, uncounted and Bibhash Choudhury insignificant; yet his words were powerfully wrought and it becomes increasingly difficult for Acharya to stay away from their magnetic hold. The potential poet, however, never surfaces as Giri meets an unanticipated end, his death shocking the entire Acharya family. Giri s was a dual life, one of a motivated underground activist, and the other recognizable face of a cook without any recognition outside the four walls he worked in. Giri had lived a dual life, and his political self had prevented Acharya from understanding Giri s true nature. Acharya, looking at himself in a mirror, could not connect those memories of the young with the reflection in front of him, the body slouching from back pain, doubt creeping into the lines of his face. The narrative of Giri and Acharya is titled The Cooking Poet, and steeped in irony as it is, it is the quietitude of the unspoken that invites the reader s attention. Cultural traces, the marks of which are sometimes recognizably present in popular events, however, move beyond them. Aditya realizes this when he is deeply touched by the performer s enthralling presentation, but the reasons for the lingering impact on him are quite different from those that affected the others. This distinction between the privately felt emotion and the public applause forms the crux of another story in this collection, The Man with Long Hair. Upadhyay masterfully holds the Nepalese markers of culture through their acknowledged forms, suggesting at the same time, that tradition is not a monolith, but a moving track that connects generations in much more subtler ways than is often imagined. The figure of the title, the man with the long hair, becomes the symbol of a vivid spectrum, striking Aditya unlike any other: Malati Madan was one of the oldest and the most popular Nepali musicals; it was performed in the local theatres at least four or five times a year, and he could not remember how many times his mother had taken him to see it. But it was not his singing that made Aditya breathless. It was the men s presence: his mournful eyes, aristocratic nose, slender hands gesticulating in sadness. In short, deft strokes, much like a painter s hues colouring a canvas, Upadhyay configures worlds with their own states of being, where the minute pixels make up the broader pictures of life. Serene was she, so was the munificent Nature With a graceful snow-white gown A majestic ethereal smile on lips Barely could hide the bliss of white pigeons Tweeting in the emerald savanna The canvas was all set with variegated brushes And one set of bejewelled mirror The cerulean brook hummed the long-lost tune Of cheeriness hitting the zen-like rock, Breaking the silence of eternity... She was all set to draw herself To paint the blues of life And vagaries of love... Pritam Raja Sharma Abhayapuri Devotee The names in my prayers, The blessings I seek, O Holy Name, behold my desires, For I bow to have your gaze upon us. I kneel before you And join my hands, I close my eyes, And pray to the heavens. O Holy Name in the sky, I sit at your feet, For I seek to have your gaze upon us. Manisha Chetia JB Law College, Guwahati Love (36) When flesh flowers, Eyes are shiny And lips quiver, Know that Love is at hand. Dr Prashanta Kumar Sahoo Sarupathar College, Sarupathar Bhupen Dutta Pesticides should be applied in a pest-infested field only after ensuring that the intensity of pest infestation has gone beyond limit, which may lead to decrease in crop production The muse I am his muse, His words make me come alive, And my words His being makes my words come alive. Sapontara Bora Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University Familiarity breeds contempt A beginning of amity, A beginning of warmth, A beginning of understanding, Evoking a nearness bond. Contentment, enchantment, seventh heaven engulf. But if familiarity breeds contempt, It loses all its essence. ArindamBarooah Duliajan Everything Is fading away; Nothing seems to be In its right place... Every single word And its meaning Seems entirely different Right now... But, The spring of hope Isn't dead yet! And I believe That one bright day All these windows Will break open... And the ray of brightness Will cut through me, Taking away The darkness of my soul. Asita Basumatary Kokrajhar Insect pest infestation on crops: its remedies-ii It is a general tendency on the part of our farmers to apply chemical pesticides as soon as they notice pest appearance in their crop fields. It should be noted that everybody should be cautious about application of pesticides because almost all pesticides are more or less harmful to all. After the application of pesticide, a sizable amount is left in the soil as residues and that creates an unhealthy situation by contaminating soil, water and air. Hence, various plant protection measures, especially application o f p e s t i c i d e s, should be adopted only after taking into consideration the intensity of pest infestation and as per proper advice from agricultural experts. It may be mentioned that an excess amount as well as continuous application of a particular pesticide has manifold harmful and adverse effects on the environment as well as on living beings, and develops immunity within the insect body against specific pesticides. It is always advisable to maintain a strict and regular watch on their crop field by following a People circled me, As I stood numb; Their eyes wet. The voices, Harmonizing with the gloomy aura, Sang a melancholic tale. Oh! How I wanted to scream, Wake up from the dream A nightmare. But my legs won't move Like I was rooted Deep into the brown earth. My lips won't speak Like stitched together With the thread of silence, Silence of eternity. The white shirt, My favourite, Now wet with your salty tears. You kissed me, My cold, pale lips... Can't feel your warmth, can I? Like a silhouette, Frozen in clay, I was Inanimate. Archita Boiragi Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh The walk Can we meet someday, Down the memory lane, Where once again you will Hold my hand? Can we be like before, Once again and ever, Like the times gone? For there's like you only one, No clone. Tanvi Hussain NE Space Applications Centre, Shillong scientific method of monitoring from the very first day of seed sowing or else pest population will increase at a faster rate without the knowledge of the farmers. Subsequently, within a very short time, it will spread to the neighbouring crop fields with a higher intensity. Within the purview of modern agriculture, scientists have developed Integrated Pest Management (IPM) method, which is a very significant way of keeping harmful insects within a tolerable limit. Hence, at the time when situation calls for taking action against harmful insect pests, measures are to be taken only on the basis of detailed instructions along with close supervision of agricultural specialists or village-level extension workers. If the crop necessitates pesticide to be applied Lakshmi Legend says, She emerged from The womb of the deepest ocean; The life-giving spring of water Of wealth, health and all, Prosperity in our lives... We named her Lakshmi, Our beloved one... We started to pray Her! Just wish, If we could also Equally love, Admire and nurture every Little Lakshmi, Unsafe out there... Each innocent girl child; Are they not born as humans, As our hope of good fortune, The light of our future life, The existence of all Humanity itself? Then why is there Such discrimination? Seriously, What double standard We continue to have! Lest we forget, Where a Beti' is threatened, There can never be any Lakshmi! Swapnajyoti Bordoloi JP Nagar, Dibrugarh against certain pest infestation, the first step to be taken is to determine the intensity of pest attack. In this respect, the agricultural scientists have evolved some yardsticks to determine the intensity of pest attack. Hence, pesticides should be applied in a pest-infested field only after ensuring that the intensity of pest infestation has gone beyond limit, which may lead to decrease in crop production. In the case of application of pesticides, the efficiency of a pesticide entirely depends on its recommended d o s e, preparation of s o l u t i o n, method of application and application of total quantity of pesticide solution required for a unit area of crop land. It is also important to note the expiry date of the pesticide mentioned on the label of the container of the pesticide. Otherwise, instead of controlling insect pest it will have adverse effects on the crop and the environment as well. In view of controlling pest, IPM should be followed, as this method is eco-friendly and also friendly to the animal kingdom. Hillary Clinton made history by clinching the Democratic White House nomination, thus becoming the first woman to lead a major party in the US Presidential race. Mrs Clinton, who has been Secretary of State, First Lady and Senator from New York, secured her nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia after a majority of the 4,764 party delegates formally backed her. QUIZ RESULT: Bhraaz Kashyap and Krishti Nayana Nath of Don Bosco School, Guwahati made the North-east region proud by bagging the first position in the national finals of the Wild Wisdom Quiz 2016 held in New Delhi on October 6 last. The duo represented the north-eastern region in the national finals, after emerging as the champions in the regional round of the competition held in Guwahati. Wild Wisdom Quiz, organized by WWF-India in association with Discovery Kids and CBSE, is the only national-level wildlife quiz of Asia. It is for the first time that a team from the North-east has emerged as the national champions in a contest where the champions from 14 regions of India participated. Meanwhile, keep writing to us with quiz reports, questions (with answers and full postal address) and interesting bits of information at - Quizone, Horizon, C/o The Assam Tribune, Maniram Dewan Road, Guwahati. SMS at and e- mail at - or To read Quizone online, you can log on to epaper.assamtribune.com MASTER S CHOICE 1. During the Mughal period, who translated Upanishads, Bhagavat Gita, Yaga Vasistha and Ramayana into Persian and Arabic languages? 2. Which fantasy kingdom was found at the back of the wardrobe and featured Aslan and a white witch? 3. This unique species of tree is found in the Dibru-Saikhowa National Park. A single tree of this species can cover an area of several bighas of land with its branches and it is considered immortal by the local people. Name the tree. 4. Which of the martial arts became an official Olympic sport at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games? 5. On the flag of which country would you find two crossed keys representing the keys to the kingdom of heaven? 6. What modern digital display term is an abbreviated portmanteau word from Sailen Baishya Picture clue: 19. Identify this Indian gold medallist in the 2016 Rio Paralympics. (Ditul Nath, Don Bosco School, Guwahati) ANSWERS 1. Dara Shikoh, 2. Narnia, 3. Kekjori tree, 4. Taekwondo, 5. Vatican City, 6. Pixel, 7. Will Smith, 8. Arabian Nights, 9. Ketaki, 10. Lord Chamberlain s Men, 11. Bernard Baruch, 12. Dr S Chandrasekhar, 13. Progeria, 14. Uncle Tom's Cabin, 15. Fifteen years, 16. Two Gentlemen of Verona, 17. Jodrell Bank (UK), 18. Nick Hornby, 19. Devendra Jhajharia, 20. Hyacinth from Hyacinthus. picture and element? 7. Which actor has been nominated for five Golden Globe Awards, two Academy Awards and has won four Grammy Awards? 8. Which famous collection of stories first appeared in Paris in 1704 in a translation by Abtoine Galland? 9. Lord Brahma was once cursed by Lord Shiva for cheating Lord Vishnu in a competition. Which flower was cursed for being Brahma s ally and forbidden from being used for worship in the temples of Lord Shiva? 10. With which theatrical company was Shakespeare intimately connected for most of his professional career as a dramatist? READERS CHOICE 11. Name the person who first used the term Cold War that had emerged in the post-second World War period between the then two superpowers of the world USA and USSR. (Subrata Dutta, Tangla) 12. Which Indian Nobel laureate wrote Newton s Principia for Common Reader? (Sneha Goswami, via SMS) 13. Name the disease in which a person prematurely ages as shown in the movie Paa. (Bijitesh Deka, Barpeta) 14. Which famous novel by Harriet Elizabeth Beecher Stowe is directed against system of slavery in America? (Pinky Das, Nalbari) 15. After how many years would you celebrate a crystal wedding anniversary? (Nayan Jyoti Medhi, Gauhati Commerce College, Guwahati) 16. In which Shakespearian play would you find the characters Valentine, Proteus, Silvia and Julia? (Jharna Borah, Tinsukia) 17. Name the location of world famous radio telescope that has played an important role in space research. (Jayanta Topadar, VKV, Dhemaji) 18. Who has written the novels titled, High Fidelity, About a Boy and A Long Way Down? (Parismita Deka, JB Law College, Guwahati) QUESTION OF THE WEEK 20. In Greek mythology, he was a partner to the God Apollo and died in Apollo s arms when a flying discus struck him. A forlorn Apollo is said to have immortalized him by using his blood to create a flower, and Apollo s tears are said to be the stains on the flower. What flower took its name from this Greek mythological character? (Manjit Paul, Nagaon)

23 THE ASSAM TRIBUNE GUWAHATI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 Page 3 Every technological breakthrough tends to be accompanied by anxious announcements of its catastrophic effect on literature. It is true that new communication technologies often produce new frameworks that adjust the ways in which literature appears: the page, the screen, the website, the file window. The late 19th century literature that followed the revolution in electrical machinery produced a number of enduring fictional pieces that addressed the weirdness of this emerging technology as content, not just form. This is common logic: every new technology makes us think magically' about it, before it becomes integrated into normal experience. They amaze and creep us out in equal measure. Digital literature or electronic literature is a genre of literature encompassing works created exclusively on and for digital devices, such as computers, tablets, and mobile phones. Espen J Aarseth wrote in his book Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature that it is possible to explore, get lost, and discover secret paths in these texts, not metaphorically, but through the topological structures of the textual machinery. It s normally a gradual transition into the digital world beginning with new advancements in technology to make things more Reading: The digital delight! Rumi Sharma efficient and accessible. This is comparable to the invention of the printing press in the 15th century, when people did not consider it a major contributor to literature at first. Historically, new technologies don't replace old technologies. The new technology transforms the old and produces a hybrid. Both continue to exist, but in a new way. This holds true in the sense that the internet is not a new invention; it was formed out of the paper bindings of books and the letterheads of mail. With the introduction of online book stores and ebook readers, this presents a new opportunity to both the publishers and the writers. In history, change is not uncommon, and the internet is just one more leap in the way humans read. Reading has taken flight, although not as one would expect. The internet encourages many people to read when they normally would not. Many teenagers hate' reading, yet they spend hours reading blogs and Facebook profiles. Although it is a different experience, reading is reading, and now people are doing this more than ever. With the internet, the readers are consuming a dumped down version of what they normally would take in from a paper form, but the variety is extensive. This could easily become the renaissance of literature. Devoted readers have their own strategies to deal with the challenges. CUNY political scientist Corey Robin, who writes at Crooked Timber, said that the reason I find it so difficult to read these days, now years, is the internet. Another American poet, Frederick Seidel once said in an interview, With ebooks on course to outsell printed editions in the UK by 2018, much has been written about the subject of technology in terms of readers, but it's often overlooked that new technology does more than give writers a different cut of cloth to scribble on. Writing with electronic devices has affected structure, research and editing. It has affected order and it has affected rhythm, from the taptap swipe of a typewriter to the swipe-swipe tap of tablet. Thus being a new genre of literature, it invites all sorts of readers to be acquainted with its form and style, despite its flaws, which could be overcome through more advancement in technology and support of the reading society. When I thought of penning down my views on negative emotions and how it brings health, I was very sceptical as to how everyone would take it? Especially in the era of smile and the world will smile back at you we live in. Everywhere we look, there are messages such as, Smile more often or Think positive as if it was that easy and even the right thing to do. I know I might sound very cynical but being a counsellor and an enthusiast of psychology, I must forewarn you that those messages are hazardous, because they aim to drive people away from a very natural and important psychological resource: negativity. And by reading The Upside of Your Dark Side by Todd Kashdan and Robert Biswas Diener, you will see that there are many scientific findings supporting this claim. So when I was going through an article about the positive side of negative emotions, this particular therapist says that he was counselling a client seeking help untangling his personal problems, even though as a counsellor, he strives to be warm, non-judgmental and encouraging, but he got a bit unsettled when in the midst of describing his painful experiences, he says, "I'm sorry for being so negative." That's when I decided to write about our negative emotions, because a vital purpose of therapy is to learn to acknowledge and express a full range of emotions, and here was a client apologising for doing just that. I have seen cases with highly distressing emotions but the saddest part is when we are guilty or ashamed for feeling such emotions for what we perceive it to be negativity. Such reactions undeniably stem from our culture's intervening bias towards positive thinking. Although positive emotions are worth cultivating, problems arise when people start believing that they must be upbeat all the time. As they say, the quest of happiness is a noble quest and indeed working to become a happier person has many obvious (and some not so obvious) profits. But it would be easy to take this truth and derive some altogether false and damaging ideas from it. Happiness is indeed a virtue, but it is too easy to dismiss negative emotions as, by contrast, something "bad". It's not enjoyable Dark bright to feel aggravated, sad, worried, and so on, but that doesn't mean that these negative emotions are altogether or intrinsically bad. In fact, experiencing a variety of emotions is an extremely advantageous thing and it is a defining element of our civilisation and necessary for living an unprejudiced life. In fact, anger and sadness are a vital part of life, and new research shows that experiencing and accepting such emotions are vital to our mental health. Attempting to suppress thoughts can backfire and even diminish our sense of contentment. Instead of backing away from negative emotions, acknowledge them. Accept how you are feeling without hastening to alter your emotional state. If we always tell ourselves to smile when all we want to do is cry, we are psychologically mistreating ourselves, which in the long run will negatively impact our psychological welfare. Negative emotions exist for a reason; they make us aware of our self and inform us of our values. They protect us, make us aware of dangers, and let us is the new Palkee Baruah know something is not working for us. If the emotion is overwhelming, you may want to express how you feel in a journal or to another person. The exercise may shift your perspective and bring a sense of closure. If the discomfort lingers, consider taking action. You may want to tell a friend her comment was hurtful or take steps to leave the job that makes you miserable. You may also try doing mindfulness exercises to help you become aware of your present experience without passing judgment on it. One way to train yourself to adopt this state is to focus on your breathing while meditating and simply acknowledge any fleeting thoughts or feelings. I know, a lot has been written about how to cope with or how to wane away negative emotions, after all we know that every one of us is vulnerable to crisis or any catastrophe. And I am not trying to convince you that negative is better than being positive, but there are moments where allowing yourself into some negativity can help you achieve better results in your life, work, relationship, etc. The secret is to become skilled at implementing the right equilibrium between positive and negative emotions. Of course positive emotions generate a more gratifying feeling but that doesn't mean we should always be in positive states of mind. Let's accept our negative emotions instead of backing away and suppressing them. We should be able to acknowledge our feelings without rushing to change our emotional state. If you see the brighter side, negative emotions play a pivotal role in motivating us to achieve the zenith because nobody wants to change if he or she is feeling good. Negative emotions prompt us to act upon our current circumstance and generate positive changes. Again, I am not at all trying to debase positivity but it is important for us to know that we are human beings who feel both positive and negative emotions. Mysterious humanoids Russia's Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater body in the world. This colossal lake holds more indigenous species of flora and fauna than any other lake. It is a home to the golomyanka (oil fish) and the Baikal seal (Nerpa) that are found nowhere else. There are reports and photographs from NASA that suggest that this lake is a base for extraterrestrial visitors. It conceals creatures that hail from the outside of this world. Vladimir Azhazha, a famous ufologist and former Soviet naval officer, declassified secret files released by the Russian Government which indicate that in 1982, seven military divers, while training in the depths of Baikal, spied bizarrely shaped underwater vehicles that moved faster than any other technology the Soviet nation Partha Pratim Hazarika was in possession of at that time. They came across a squad of silver suit clad creatures, who were clearly non-humans. The divers tried to capture them, resulting in the death of three of them. Azhazha believes that underwater bases harbouring UFOs (or USOs unidentified submerged objects) are a very real possibility. Are these humanoids an intergalactic version of protectors protecting the underwater headquarters of nonearth beings? Or are they simply a case of crytids and aliens doing their best to co-exist in the vast expanse of Baikal? Whatever the answer may be, this ancient and isolated Russian lake must be considered one of the most mysterious regions on our planet. (Contributed by Ranjit Dutta, North Lakhimpur) (This column will carry everything odd around the world. Readers contributions will be appreciated at For a daily commuter like most of us, a car is not the most practical thing to use, as the traffic condition is headed from bad to worse. Most of the time they are stuck at traffic jams, parking spaces are scarce, and narrow and congested roads abound. Buses and trains can't possibly take you all the way to your destination. Slow as it is, walking can be harmful under midday sun. Bikes and scooters are the only possible commuter vehicles. If only we could have a foldable two-wheeler, carry it onto our bus to our destination and ride it right up to our office or home! Yes, a folding electric scooter, just the kind most of us need. It s no longer a dream thing and there are numerous such scooters up for grabs, although this is not yet a common sight in this part of the world. One such scooter getting very popular recently is the Fuzion V Available online at $1,100, the V may not be very fast, but it is light, strong Hello! How are you doing? Not well. I m having a cold. You have got a cold. Yes, but Well, in standard English, have in its possessive sense is not normally used in continuous form. Did you say possessive sense? Yes, in sentences like I have a cold, I have a headache, She has a red pen, We have many students or My uncle has a lot of money, etc., the have or has is used in possessive sense. It is also called possessive have. Okay. So this possessive have is not used in continuous form? Usually not. So, as you do not say I m having a cold, you also do not say I m having a headache, She s having a red pen, enough to carry a heavy person, with cushy handlebars and good suspension systems. The V-1000 has a metal body, with a deck wide enough to keep both your feet side Protim Sharma We re having many students or My uncle is having a lot of money. Oh, but we normally use have plus -ing, don t we? Yes, but that is non-standard usage! However, have in non-possessive sense can be used in continuous form: We are having guests for dinner or He is having class at 2 pm So have in these sentences is non-possessive? Yes, in the first sentence the meaning is we are entertaining guests for dinner and in the second he is attending his class at 2 pm Okay. Can you give me some other examples of our wrong usage? Devol Kumar Nath Zip zap zoom by side. It weighs around 15 kg, having a top speed of 18 mph with around 13 miles range and it can be fully charged in under 6 hours. Call it modern mobility! Tiny selfie drone: As the selfie craze just gets crazier, we have here Dobby, a small selfie drone. It's small enough to fit in your pocket, but features 4K You see, wrong usage is not your fault; in Indian English most of us use video recording, image stabilization, gesture control and target tracking. Pruduced by Zerotech, Dobby is available comparatively cheap (at $399 in the US) as rival drones with built-in cameras retail for over a $1,000, making it an attractive option for hobbyists. Among the at- tractive features are Digital Image Stabilization, removable battery with 9-minute flight time, 13-MP camera, 1,920x1,080p video recording, target tracking and facial recognition, automatic takeoff and landing, foldable design and weighing 199g, companion app, 16GB storage and ability to hover in winds up to 28km/ h. The Dobby's tracking mode uses facial recognition and target lock to get the drone to follow you around. Now it is even more fun to play around with the drone covering while hiking. By the way, do you like hiking? them that way only! B u t shouldn t we try to avoid them? You are right. We commonly say cope up with, whereas it should be cope with without the up. Then the verb stress or emphasize should not be followed by on which is superfluous. I see... Any other? Well, in Indian English we commonly use cousin brother/sister in place of cousin, in details for in detail, with bag and baggage for bag and baggage or fooding and lodging for food and lodging, don t we? Yes, we do. Well, now I remember I m having guests for dinner. They are new in town and have put up at a hotel which does not provide fooding, oh I mean food! From Jayanta Topadar, VKV, Dhemaji: The idioms a square meal means a large, satisfying meal and a square peg in a round hole refers to a person who does not feel happy in a particular situation. Note: Readers can contribute anecdotes, funny quotations, puns or word play, and interesting bits of information about the English language to MYE. Send contributions to: Mind Your English, Horizon, The Assam Tribune, Chandmari, Guwahati or to: Contribute via SMS to: Wine tastes better with cheese The next time you drink a glass of wine, don't forget to combine it with a cube of cheese. Researchers have confirmed that consuming cheese may actually increase how much someone likes the wine they are drinking. The study, published in the Journal of Food Science, used a new sensory evaluation method and found consuming cheese while drinking wine impacted the description and preference of different wines. When having a plate of assorted cheeses, the wine will probably taste better no matter which one they choose, said lead author Mara Galmarini from University of Burgundy Franche-Comte. The study was conducted at the Center for Taste and Feeding Behavior in France with frequent wine and cheese consumers from the city of Dijon. The participants evaluated four wines (Pacherenc, Sancerre, Bourgogne and Madiran) using a new sensory evaluation method developed by the researchers to show how perception and liking of wine change after cheese intake over several sips, which is closer to what happens in typical consumption. Four different cheeses were sampled over different sessions with each wine. Results showed that cheese consumption had an impact on the description for all wines, and impacted preference for most. None of the four cheeses included in the study had a negative impact on wine preference. Liking of each wine was increased or remained the same after cheese intake. In both red wines (Bourgogne and Madiran), the four cheeses decreased the duration of dominance of astringency and increased that of red fruits aroma. In the sweet white (Pacherenc), the duration of dominance of sweetness was not changed by cheese intake, but in the white dry wine, cheeses had an impact on the main aroma. Thanks to our research we learned that the duration of the perception of astringency of a certain wine could be reduced after having cheese and that the four evaluated cheeses had the same effect, Galmarini said. Agencies

24 Into the wedding mode - II H ow can a bride manage p r e - b r i d a l grooming in a couple of days? But, then, there are brides who come out of town and even out of the Prasantt Ghosh country, and they can t afford prolonged pre-bridal grooming. For them the reputed parlours have special bridal face packs, scrubs and masks, and thereafter, the bridal package. For these brides, and in fact, all others, I would suggest regular facials (once a month). Add to that a good diet, lots of water and walking exercises, which will do to one s beauty that no make-up can. Make-up also has to be according to an individual s looks and features. One basic rule heavy make-up is a complete no-no. The skin must be well-toned using a toner and concealer wherever required. The face should be well-contoured with the help of highlighters and colours, rounding off square jaws, making a long face appear wellproportioned, a round face thinner, small eyes bigger, and big eyes well-defined. Lips should look full. An overall desired effect is what make-up should do. Make-up colours have to be subtle and in complete harmony with the outfit one is wearing. The matte look, with smoky, lightly shaded eyes, lots of kohl and a dash of gloss on the lips is the winning look of the season. Frosted shades like amber, lilac and light tan for the eyes are underlined. Lehenga cholis are the rule these days for brides. Shararas and gararas are a nice contemporary option. However, Assamese, Bengalis and South Indian brides still prefer the silk bridal wear. Brides often wear very heavy jewellery and two to three different necklaces. But it is advisable to wear just one stunning set. A tika on the forehead, an artistic but conventional bindi underneath, along with the typical bridal bindis, not along the entire length of the eyebrows but just subtly halfway, is what gives the bride her ultimate bridal look. For the bride to look happy and beautiful on the most important day of her life, she must be comfortable and not loaded with heavy outfits, jewellery and make up. (The writer is a fashion designer and c h o r e o g r a - pher) Fame is alienating: Gaga POP star Lady Gaga says she finds fame alienating and toxic. The Pokerface hitmaker believes her worldwide success stems her ability to write a song as she needs human connection so she can write music, reported Female First. Fame is so alienating and it's toxic for the creative process, for me, because I need human connection in order to write music. If I go to a bar or to the grocery store or wherever and I try to talk to somebody and the whole time they're screaming or trying to take a picture, I can't get to know them. Seyfried s life with OCD ACTRESS Amanda Seyfried (30) has revealed that she is living with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), which affects most areas of her life. The actress has had the mental health condition for years and takes antidepressant Lexapro to help her control the symptoms, reported Female First. I've been on it since I was 19, so 11 years. I'm on the lowest dose. I don't see the point of getting off of it. Whether it's placebo or not, I don't want to risk it. And what are you fighting against? Just the stigma of using a tool? Looks no factor: Arterton ACTRESS Gemma Arterton (30) says she doesn't place any importance on the way she looks. The British actress has had a varied career; treading the boards on stage as well as starring in both Hollywood and indie films. Earlier this year, Gemma won praise after playing the lead role in play Nell Gwynn, and was nominated for the prestigious Laurence Olivier Award for best actress. AGENCIES Page 4 With the onset of autumn, the festive spirit extends all throughout the eastern and northeastern parts of the country. Last autumn was no different. However, it was scheduled to be a bit unique and exciting for this group of people (cousins, elder sister, members from both families, and I). The plan was sketched out in advance. Having travelled by air, public transport and railways, we finally landed up in the city of lakes Udaipur. It was hot and humid as the scorching sun shone down on us. Soon enough we finally reached our guesthouse. Dusk was ensuing rapidly as we set out to explore, traversing through the lanes of Udaipur. We came by many a handicraft and ornamental store on our trail. Influence of north-western artistry was clearly reflected from the items that were on sale. Having travelled for a little less than 30 minutes, we reached Gangaur Ghat by the Lake Pichola. Gangaur or Gangori Ghat happens to be one of the most celebrated destinations in the city. A large number of local festivals, commencing from the heart of the Royal Palace, terminate here. With the full moon shining brilliantly, the Taj Lake Palace, one of the most beautiful palace hotels in the world, was visible in the crystal clear waters of Lake Pichola. Our next itinerary on the list was an City of lakes 18th century museum, Bagore-ki-Haveli. Located just a walk away from the Gangaur Ghat, this palace turned museum serves as a mirror to the ancient stories and creative works centred around the Maharanas or the valiant Rajputs. This museum clearly depicts fine works from the Mewari style of art. Another feature of the museum is the Dharohar a cultural show that's performed daily. Like any other tourist in the house, we, too, decided to shed some bucks and catch a show. We were expecting a simple programme but as we entered the premises of the Neem Chowk, aka the neem courtyard, we were left awestruck. The seating arrangements were far from normal, but quite comfortable. Mattresses were laid out in every possible manner, encircling the neem tree. Colourful lights ran all throughout the premises, which emanated signs of a beautifully planned event. A few moments after we grabbed our seats, the show commenced with a formal introduction, preceded by the beating of the drum and the blowing of the conch shell. What followed was indeed commendable. Beautifully dressed and ornamented womenfolk from the northwestern community presented an array of dance forms, along with a puppetry act. Starting from the Gavri dance form to the Chari dance, every other dance form that was presented that evening Director: Rajeev Chaudhari Starring: Sunny Leone, Rajniesh Duggall, Daniel Weber Beiimaan Love is another yawn-inducing film starring Sunny Leone, who is fast losing out on her oomph quotient if the recent string of failures is any indication. How long will the audience put up with hot item numbers and steamy scenes alone minus any story or some semblance of performance? Sunaina Janki Verma (Sunny Leone) goes on to become a top jewellery marketeer, stealing the thunder over the Malhotras. Now, the Malhotra scion, Raj (Rajniesh Duggal), had ditched Sunaina after knowing about the dubious past of her mother just before their wedding. After her new-found success, Raj returns to Sunaina only to be spurned by her in an act of revenge. Crappy? Yeah, Jitu Changmai that is what it is. Each actor is lousier than the other as the scenes roll out. Sunny Leone s real-life husband, Daniel Weber, plays a character called Daniel Peterson who is the vice-president of the International Gems and Jewellery Association Amlan Saikia was truly amazing. The day concluded with what was indeed an exemplary display of art and culture. For the following day, we prepared to take a stroll down the lanes of history and drove to the actual site of the famous battle of Haldighati, fought between the Rana of Mewar, Maharana Pratap and Mughal Emperor Akbar s forces led by Man Singh I. Next, we made our way into the war cemetery cum Maharana Pratap museum, located a few kilometres away from the main war site. A clear visualisation of the war period was presented in this museum with the help of audio-visual aids. Moreover, the museum depicted the life journey of Maharana Pratap, right from his birth till his death. Post-noon, we headed back to the city. The City Palace, the royal palace of the king of Udaipur stood with all its vigour, as the golden rays of the setting sun kissed the fortress. The palace was beautifully built with one of its walls facing Lake Pichola. Dusk was approaching fast as we ticked off the last item on our to-do list. True to every extent, one who has ever trailed this land is certain to carry back beautiful memories of north-western art, culture and knowledge. With a heavy heart, our group of revellers bade farewell to the city of lakes, and enthusiastically made plans for the next phase of travel. and who supports her in the hour of need. The music is the only redeeming factor with composers like from Ankit Tiwari, Raghav Sachar to Sanjeev-Darshan and Amjad-Nadeem belting out some scorchers for the dance floor. Director: Sanjeev Sharma Starring: Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher, Annu Kapoor, Kay Kay Menon, Vijay Raaz, Aditi Sharma Ameandering film, Saat Uchakkey is meant to be a dark comedy. But despite the intention and the cred-ible acting in parts, it fails to hit the mark. Full of cuss words and irreverence, the proceedings which depict a slice of the seedy life in Old Delhi get dull and grating after some time. Through a narrator, Bichchi (Annu Kapoor) apparently a lunatic we are led on to a motley group of characters beginning with an antique seller and power thief, Pappi (Manoj Bajpayee). Pappi has the hots for Sona (Aditi Sharma), but she is also the cynosure of cop Tejpal (Kay Kay Menon). Into this maze is introduced a lawyer, Jaggi (Vijay Raaz), and a hallucinating diwan (Anupam Kher). There is a treasure hunt by seven unlikely accomplices in the diwan s disputed haveli. The cast is okay with Manoj Bajpayee, Kay Kay Menon and Vijay Raaz turning in good performances. However, Annu Kapoor and Anupam Kher overact in some scenes. Abhishek Ray has scored the music. THE ASSAM TRIBUNE GUWAHATI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 Guwahati autos At a time when Ola and Uber cabs seem to rule the roost in Guwahati, ferrying passengers from one corner of the city to another, and that too just at the press of a smartphone app, it may be interesting to ponder over the mode of commuting a couple of decades ago, when the good old autos or autorickshaws used to be the only luxury of the common man, apart from city buses and hand-driven rickshaws of the 1980s, and even a little earlier in the 1970s. According to senior citizen and Gauhati historian Dasharathi Goswami, The autorickshaws started to ply in Guwahati sometime around the early 1970s. It was in the period between that the young and educated unemployed youths of Gauhati (nay Assam, especially in the plains districts) were getting inclined to owning an auto and driving it to earn a livelihood. It (autorickshaw) was initially introduced to help the educated unemployed youths of the then Gauhati town, under the Self-employment Scheme of the government, and was introduced by Sarat Chandra Sinha, a humble Gandhian to the core and the fifth Chief Minister of Assam from The government had also offered subsidy to those who had wished to purchase an autorickshaw. Moreover, during those days the nationalised banks had also offered loans to those youths who had a dream of owning an autorickshaw. Md Anower Hussain, who has been driving autos in Gauhati since the late 1970s, nostalgically sings the famous auto song of Bhupen Hazarika and Jayanta Hazarika from inside his auto at the Ganesh Mandir auto stand: Autorickshaw solau aami duiu bhai/ Guwahati kori gulzar/ba fail moi, soru bhai MA pass/ Bankot bohutu dhaar... to give a feel of the trials and tribulations of goodold autos and autowalas. Rupeswar Saikia, a veteran autorickshaw driver who is Sk Md Sabah Al-Ahmed still active with his auto on the streets of Guwahati, narrates the humble origins in a frank têteà-tête inside his auto at the Ganesh Mandir auto stand: I started driving autos in 1975, after landing here from my native place Lakhimpur as a teenager, soon after my matriculation. During those days, the price of petrol was Rs 12.80, while the auto fare was a humble 80 paise per km. The petrol pump owners used to offer us the engine oil (needed to be mixed with the petrol) absolutely free of cost. It was also during those days that Chief Minister Sarat Chandra Sinha had procured a total of five autos from Delhi to help the educated unemployed youths of Gauhati. When the North-East session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) was held at Jawahar Nagar on November 20-22, 1976, these autos were pressed into service to ferry delegates to the AICC session. During those days, autos were fixed with a small metre, which only displayed the number of kilometres traversed but not the auto fare. This apart, unlike today s rear engines, the engines during those days were below the auto driver s seat and could be seen when the seat was lifted up. Reminiscing the good old days as an autorickshaw driver of the Gauhati of the 1970s, Rupeswar Saikia gleefully narrates: During the 1970s, we usually used to ply our autos for only half a day till around 1pm. The earnings from half-a-day s auto driving would suffice and the second half would mostly be spent in a cinema hall enjoying a Hindi movie of Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha or Dharmendra. This apart, most of the passengers would be so warm and hospitable that after we had reached their destination (mostly their residence/home), they would offer us a glass of cold water, juice or even a cup of tea. I still yearn for those lost days where trade and tranquillity were synonymous with each other. Articles for Horizon should carry the address and contact number of the contributor. Articles can also be ed at -

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