International: Middle East

Jfa Demands Stern Action Against Burmese Scribe’s Killer

Friday, January 13, 2017 Guwahati: Journalists rsquo; Forum Assam (JFA), while appreciating the Myanmar police for arresting three persons suspecting their role in the murder of Ko Soe Moe Tun on the night of 12 December last, urged the authority for stringent action against the culprits. The northeast India based scribe ...

Aasu Celebrates Centenary Birth Year

Monday, December 26, 2016 Guwahati: All Assam Student rsquo;s Union (Aasu), which is more known as the prime mover of six years long Assam agitation against illegal Bangladeshi migrants in Eighties, observed on 25 December the completion of hundredth years of the birth of the student organisation in the State. The ...

Ayurvedic Doctors Conduct Media Clinic

Sunday, December 18, 2016 Guwahati: A group of physicians from Assam Government Ayurvedic College, Jalukbari on Saturday conducted the weekly evening OPD at Guwahati Press Club for the benefit of media persons along with their dependents. Led by Dr Jayanta Sarmah and Dr Neelakshi Devchoudhury, the group comprising ...

Cyprus Sees Opening Of Most Advanced Bio Printing Laboratory In 2017

Friday, December 16, 2016 Cyprus State University and IQJET ARTISIA Company will open the most advanced bioprinting laboratory next year. The project will be in collaboration of NextGene Biosystem (Blagoveshchensk, Russia), Amur State Medical Academy (Amur region, Russia) and IQDEMY SA Holding (IQJET ARTISIA Company is a ...

Chennai Apollo Doctor Conducts GPC Clinic, Next Turn For Ayurvedic College Physicians

Monday, December 12, 2016 Guwahati: Chennai based cardiologist from Apollo Hospitals, Dr KN Srinivasan conducted the last Guwahati Press Club (GPC) evening clinic on 1O December , where over 25 media persons along with their dependents participated and received free consultation on various heart related ailments. The atte ...

"Be Faithful In Small Things Because It Is In Them That Your Strength Lies"

Saturday, December 3, 2016 (CNS): quot;Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies quot; are the immortal words of Saint Mother Teresa, which sum up what Dr Kuldeep Singh Sachdeva asserts to hasten the pace of progress for a disease-free India. Dr KS Sachdeva has healed thousands of patients ...

Social Media Users Clean Up Sukleswar Ghat

Friday, November 25, 2016 Guwahati: While a section of people in the society across the globe remains critical about the alternate media users as being selfish, irresponsible and troublemakers, here is a group of youths who have used their communication skills for a better cause. The group of individuals from different wa ...

Alarming Rates Of Lung Diseases Warrant Urgent Action

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 (CNS): Alarming rates of pulmonary diseases in India are warranting urgent action as well as well-coordinated and inter-sectoral comprehensive health responses across the country to ensure every citizen enjoys lung health. quot;Recent smog in parts of north-central India had worsened the ...

Journo Body Demands Continue Publication Of Janasadharan

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 Guwahati: North East Union of Working Journalists (NEUWJ) expresses its anger over the sudden closure of Janasadharan (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janasadharan), an Assamese daily published simultaneously from Guwahati and Di ...

Dispur Hospitals To Conduct Media Clinic

Friday, November 11, 2016 Guwahati: The city based Dispur Hospitals will conduct the next lsquo;Evening with a Doctor rsquo; program at Guwahati Press Club tomorrow (12 November 2016) for the benefit of media persons along with their close relatives. Dr Raj Dutta (Medicine) from the well-known private healthcare institut ...

International Day To End Impunity For Crimes Against Media….In Pakistan Killers Of Journalists Are Not Held To Account And Remain Free

Friday, November 4, 2016 A report released today by Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) has documented the alarming situation that those who attack, injure or even murder journalists in Pakistan are rarely held to account and thus remain free. The report titled ldquo;Justice delayed AND justice denied rdquo; to comme ...

Tilak Hazarika Left For Heavenly Abode

Monday, October 24, 2016 Guwahati: He lived with self-pride and died calm. A scribe of repute, an editor of commitment and an author with humor, Tilak Hazarika passed away on the early hours of 22 October. The 95 crossed Assamese gentleman was admitted in the hospital on 19 September following a brain stroke, where the a ...

India, Burma Agree For Border Security Coordination

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Guwahati: India and Burma Myanmar agreed for close security coordination in border areas keeping in view the sensitivity of each other rsquo;s strategic interests. In a press statement after holding delegation level talks with visiting Myanmar State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in New Delhi ...
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