The sentinel


Nov 29, 2022
Dibrugarh University Ragging Incident: 3 Arrested, 18 Expelled
Police on Nov 28 arrested 3 students involved in the ragging of M.Com. 1st Semester Student of Dibrugarh University, Anand Sharma. Also, University authorities expelled 18 students from the hostel for their involvement in ragging.
Cash-for-Job Scam: Answer Sheets Of 5 Qualifying Candidates Not Found
The Justice Biplab Kumar Sharma Commission, which is probing the anomalies in the conduct of the APSC’s Combined Competitive Examination, 2014 could not find the answer sheets of some of the candidates who had qualified in the exam, instead found scripts of candidates not qualified for the exam.
Naga Leaders To Meet Amit Shah, Discuss Creation Of ‘Frontier Nagaland’
Leaders of the Eastern Nagaland People's Organization will meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi on December 3 and discuss their demand for the creation of a separate 'Frontier Nagaland’.
Recent Incident Along Border Due To Misunderstanding: AASU
The All Assam Students' Union has said that there is no dispute between the people of Assam and Meghalaya but rather a ‘misunderstanding’ had led to the recent incident along the border area in West Karbi Anglong. It has also appealed to the governments of both states to iron out the border dispute as early as possible.
Meghalaya To Set Up BOPs In Sensitive Areas
The Meghalaya Government has decided to set up Border Outposts (BOPs) in sensitive areas along the inter-state border with Assam while also ensuring that the BOPS are supported by required manpower and infrastructure to function.
Assam Cabinet Meet In Silchar on Nov 29
Stage is ready for first ever cabinet meeting in Silchar on Nov 29. CM Himanta Biswa Sarma and almost all the Ministers had already reached Silchar and some of them had attended review meetings in Karimganj and Hailakandi. The Cabinet meeting would be held at newly renovated DC conference hall at 11 am on Tuesday.
Assam Health Min Reviews Progress Of Super-Speciality Hospital
Assam Health Minister Keshab Mahanta reviewed the progress of the Super Speciality Hospital which is under construction at Silchar Medical College and Cancer Hospital of Assam Cancer Care Foundation on Nov 27.
Massive Protest In Lakhimpur Over Land Rights
The Anusuchita Jati Yuba Chatra Santha (AAJYCS) has demanded the Assam Govt to allot land to the landless flood-erosion victims and rehabilitate them at the earliest. The organization has also demanded grant of land rights to the Scheduled Caste (SC) people, terming them to be the sons of soil.
Two NPP, 1 TMC MLA Quit Meghalaya Assembly
3 sitting MLAs of Meghalaya, Benedic R Marak and Ferlin CA Sangma from the ruling National People's Party and Trinamool Congress MLA HM Shangpliang submitted their resignation to Assembly Speaker, Metbah Lyngdoh. They are likely to join the BJP soon.
Fmr CM Chamling Launches ‘Save Sikkim’ Campaign
Five-term former Chief Minister Pawan Chamling on Nov 28 launched a ‘Save Sikkim’ election campaign asserting that the present Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) Government has failed on every front.
Arunachal CM Urges People To Stop Migration From Border Areas
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Nov 28 urged people to stop migration from border areas and join hands with the Government for development of the State and asked them the people to monitor all development projects to ensure that fund is being utilized judiciously without any chance of misuse.
NF Railway To Extend Special Train Services
The Northeast Frontier Railway has decided to continue the service of Kamakhya-Sealdah- Kamakhya and New Jalpaiguri-Santragachi-New Jalpaiguri special trains for another five trips. These will continue its service from Dec 2-31 next with existing timings, stoppages and composition which will help clearing extra rush of passengers.