BHSS Jr News Desk 28th May, 2015

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20150527204753Good morning and welcome to the weekly news round-up of Bhss Junior Section.
I am Lalrinnungi Cl-8. Sitting with me here is R.Lalrempuii Cl-7. Let’s take a quick glance of North East India.

The Mizoram Under-15 Girls were crowned Champions of the Sub-Junior Under-15 Girls National Championship on Sunday, May 24 as their sterling performance led them to a 3-0 win over Haryana in the finals held at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack, Odisha. The Mizoram contingent recorded a monumental feat as they went undefeated throughout the course of their campaign. In a match that was keenly-contested in phases Mizoram took the lead in the 30th minute when Elizabeth broke the deadlock. After the change of ends, Mizoram began to dominate proceedings and scored two more goals through B Vanal and Elizabeth.
A third India-Bangladesh friendship bus service connecting Dhaka, Shillong and Guwahati will be launched next month during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the neighboring nation. The proposed bus service, which covers approximately 500 km, will traverse from Guwahati via Shillong and then proceed to the southern slopes of Meghalaya’s Dawki international trading before entering Tamabil to Sylhet to Dhaka route. “The final decision to start the Guwahati-Shillong-Dhaka passenger bus service will be decided by both the governments (India and Bangladesh) during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Dhaka next month,” Bangladesh Road Transport and Highways Division Joint Secretary, Azharul Islam Khan told journalists in Meghalaya.
Five coaches and the engine of a passenger train derailed in Kokrajhar district of Assam in the early hours yesterday, seriously injuring its engine driver and causing minor injuries to some passengers. Northeast Frontier Railway spokesman Jayamta Sarma said that the accident occurred between Salakati and Basugaon at 5.15 AM as the 55753 UP Sifung passenger train was about to negotiate a bridge.
All the passengers of the train coming from Alipurduar in Bengal to Guwahati were transshipped from the accident site, while the engine driver was admitted to hospital, the passengers with minor injuries were given first aid, the spokesman said.
Thank you.
Good morning and welcome to the weekly news round-up of Bhss Junior Section.
I am Lalrinnungi Cl-8. Sitting with me here is R.Lalrempuii Cl-7. Let’s take a quick glance of North East India.

The Mizoram Under-15 Girls were crowned Champions of the Sub-Junior Under-15 Girls National Championship on Sunday, May 24 as their sterling performance led them to a 3-0 win over Haryana in the finals held at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack, Odisha. The Mizoram contingent recorded a monumental feat as they went undefeated throughout the course of their campaign. In a match that was keenly-contested in phases Mizoram took the lead in the 30th minute when Elizabeth broke the deadlock. After the change of ends, Mizoram began to dominate proceedings and scored two more goals through B Vanal and Elizabeth.
A third India-Bangladesh friendship bus service connecting Dhaka, Shillong and Guwahati will be launched next month during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the neighboring nation. The proposed bus service, which covers approximately 500 km, will traverse from Guwahati via Shillong and then proceed to the southern slopes of Meghalaya’s Dawki international trading before entering Tamabil to Sylhet to Dhaka route. “The final decision to start the Guwahati-Shillong-Dhaka passenger bus service will be decided by both the governments (India and Bangladesh) during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Dhaka next month,” Bangladesh Road Transport and Highways Division Joint Secretary, Azharul Islam Khan told journalists in Meghalaya.
Five coaches and the engine of a passenger train derailed in Kokrajhar district of Assam in the early hours yesterday, seriously injuring its engine driver and causing minor injuries to some passengers. Northeast Frontier Railway spokesman Jayamta Sarma said that the accident occurred between Salakati and Basugaon at 5.15 AM as the 55753 UP Sifung passenger train was about to negotiate a bridge.
All the passengers of the train coming from Alipurduar in Bengal to Guwahati were transshipped from the accident site, while the engine driver was admitted to hospital, the passengers with minor injuries were given first aid, the spokesman said.
Thank you.

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