28 C
Friday, April 16, 2021

    Assam: BCCI secretary visits Assam Cricket Association

    BCCI secretary Jay Shah assured the Assam Cricket Association of full support and cooperation of BCCI on ongoing activities and projects.

    Guwahati: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah on Wednesday visited the office of Assam Cricket Association situation in Barsapara in Guwahati.

    During his visit, he had a threadbare discussion with the officials of Assam Cricket Association regarding the ongoing tournaments conducted by Assam Cricket Association, various cricket infrastructural projects undertaken by Assam Cricket Association across the State, and the future course of Assam Cricket Association.

    Shah expressed satisfaction at the ongoing activities and projects of the Assam Cricket Association (ACA) and assured the Assam Cricket Association of full support and cooperation of BCCI in that regard.

    Devajit Saikia, secretary of ACA is highly grateful to Jay Shah for this visit and is immensely hopeful that the visit would encourage Assam Cricket Association in its future endeavors.

    Read More : BREAKING: Ahead of Polls, BPF’s Tamulpur Candidate Gone ‘Missing’; Likely to Quit Party


    Follow TIME8.IN on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK and on YOUTUBE to stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time

    First published


    ‘Bohag Bihu’ 2021: April 15 declared as closed holiday for Central Govt Employees in Assam

    Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committee held a meeting earlier on December 9, 2020, and decided to remove ‘Bohag Bihu’ from the list of holidays for the year 2021

    No ‘Bohag Bihu’ holiday for Central Govt employees: Assam Witnesses Protest

    Central government offices in Assam will not get Bohag Bihu holidays this year and will have to apply for a restricted holiday during the Assamese New Year festival

    Breaking | ECI orders fresh polls in 4 polling stations in Assam

    Fresh polls at four polling stations will be held on April 20, 2021 from 7 am to 6 pm

    District Admin declared two areas as ‘Containment Zones’ in Biswanath

    Section 144 CrPC imposed in Majuli district likewise Jorhat, Sivasagar, Biswanath, Dhubri districts

    BREAKING: ULFA (I) warns of ‘Action’ against Tata’s Amalgamated Plantation in Assam

    The outfit said that the company's head office was outside Assam where no indigenous personnel from Assam were in employment

    In Assam, a ‘mini-NRC’ for Muslims is on cards

    While the Muslims constitute 34.22% of Assam’s total population, indigenous Muslim population was estimated to be around 40 lakh

    ‘Ghost’ inside Assam’s Strong Room? CCTV captured ‘Unusual’ activity

    A team of election officials immediately reached the spot and found that there was a shadow-like object seen moving inside the strong room