The Sentinel


Nov 28, 2022
Assam Yet To Get Rid Of African Swine Fever
Assam is yet to get rid of African Swine Fever as veterinarians detected 13 new epicentres of African Swine Fever in October this year alone. The newly detected epicentres are identified in Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Sivasagar district, Karbi Anglong, Sonitpur and Barpeta districts of the state.
Assam Lifts Ban On Movement Of Vehicles To Meghalaya
After six days of enforcing a ban following the violence that erupted in Mukroh on the inter-state border, the Assam government has permitted light vehicles registered in Assam, including private ones, to enter Meghalaya from Sunday onwards.
APDCL To Reengage Retired Officers On Contractual Basis
A manpower shortage has led the Assam Power Distribution Company Limited to decide on reappointment of junior managers, assistant managers, deputy managers and assistant general managers, who superannuated from APDCL recently, on a contractual basis.
PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat: Nagaland’s Culture, Music Glorious Heritage Of India
Stressing on preserving our ancient culture and tradition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the 95th edition of his monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ appreciated Nagaland's initiative to promote its folk music and said that the music and culture of the State are the glorious heritage of the country.
Assam Guv Visits Dhubri Gurudwara
Governor of Assam, Prof Jagdish Mukhi, visited Dhubri Gurudwara Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji and offered prayers on the occasion of the 347th Swahidi Divas (Martyrdom Day) of the ninth Guru of Sikh religion on Sunday.
Assam Education Minister Meets Deceased Teachers’ Families
Assam Education Minister Dr Ranoj Pegu on Sunday met the families of deceased contractual teachers Debajit Sharma of Howajan and Debajit Kakati of Dakhin Kalabari who met with an accident while they were on their way to their homes from the Chaiduar Education Block Office, Gohpur and expressed his deep condolences to the bereaved families.
EAM Jaishankar Attends Sangai Festival, Visits G20 Pavillion
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and the Minister of State for External Affairs Rajkumar Ranjan Singh on Sunday attended the ongoing 11th Sangai Festival in Imphal and also visited the G20 India pavilion along with Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh.
Mizoram FPC awarded by Agriculture Minister Tomar
For helping more than 50 Farmer Producer Companies (FPCs) to adopt organic farming of crops, achieving the target of selling 18 MT of organic pineapple and 350 MT of organic ginger in Mizoram and for outstanding contribution in the agriculture sector, Tuichangral FPC in the Khawzawl district was awarded the best FPC in the State by the Union Agriculture Minister, Narendra Singh Tomar.
Heroin Worth Rs 3.26 Cr Seized In Mizoram, 3 Held
The Assam Rifles, in a joint operation with the Excise and Narcotics Department, seized 653 gm of heroin worth Rs 3.26 crore from Selesih in the Aizawl district and arrested 3 drug peddlers, including a Myanmar national in connection with the seizure.
MP Tapir Gao Takes Stock Of Devp Projects In Namsai
Lok Sabha MP from Arunachal Pradesh Tapir Gao on Sunday chaired a district development coordination and monitoring committee meeting for 11 eastern zone districts of Arunachal Pradesh at Namsai, which was also attended by Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein, RWD Minister Honchun Ngandam and State Assembly Deputy Speaker Tesam Pongte.
Will Highlight Good Governance, War On Drugs As Poll Plank: Tripura CM
In its election campaigns for the 2023 Assembly Polls, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha on Sunday said that the BJP will talk about good governance provided by the State Government and will also spread awareness about its efforts towards a drug-free State.
Two IRB Jawans From Manipur Shot By Colleague In Gujarat
Two jawans of the Indian Reserve Battalion were shot dead and two others sustained gun injuries after their colleague opened fire at them following a brawl near Gujarat's Porbandar, where they were deployed for poll duty ahead of the State's Assembly election. All of them, both dead and injured belonged to Manipur.