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City News

Nov 24, 2022
Wanted Notice Issued Against GMC Contractor
Assam CM’s Special Vigilance Cell has issued a wanted notice against Mithu Agarwal, who has been evading arrest in the multi-crore de-siltation scheme under the Guwahati Municipal Corporation.
Robbery Bid At Domino’s Outlet In Ganeshguri
An attempt to rob the Domino’s outlet in Nayanpur area of Ganeshguri was hatched by some miscreants on Wednesday morning with the security personnel being tied and an attempt to open the cash box at the outlet. Police suspect an inside hand in the conspiracy, investigation is on to nab culprit.
Contractual Teachers Seek Fulfilment Of Contract Clauses
All Assam Primary TET Qualified Teachers Association has said that while Education Minister Ranoj Pegu recently launched a web application for ‘Appraisal of Teacher's Performance’ citing terms and conditions of the contract with contractual teachers, the Samagra Siksha Abhiyan, Assam (SSA) has not implemented other important provisions of the contract in question.
Border Fight A ‘Deliberate Incident’: Assam Congress
A day after the violence at the Assam-Meghalaya border in which six persons including five from Meghalaya and one forest guard of Assam were killed, the Assam Pradesh Congress Committee has alleged that this was a ‘deliberate incident’ and that both Assam and Meghalaya CMs were aware of it.
Gauhati HC Asks APSC Not To Publish Result Without Its Consent
The Gauhati HC has directed the APSC not to publish the final result for recruitment in 292 different posts in the engineering colleges and polytechnic institutes under Department of Higher Education (Technical) without its permission.
Lost & Found Phone Returned to Owner
A team of Central Guwahati Police District from the Latasil Police Station on Wednesday recovered a mobile phone after it was reportedly lost in Uzanbazar. The phone was brought back from Banga- lore and handed over to its rightful owner, police sources said.
Bid To Rejuvenate Bahini-Bharalu Ecosystem
An interactive discussion on rejuvenation of the Bahini-Bharalu ecosystem was held at the Department of Archaeology, Cotton University on Wednesday under the aegis of renowned historian and convenor of the Assam State Chapter of INTACH, Dr. Sheila Bora.
GMC Moves Against Dumping Construction Materials By Roadside
The Guwahati Municipal Corporation has urged builders and property owners not to use the public road space to store construction materials and warned them that a penalty will be imposed on such offenders.
Universities Must Inculcate Gandhian Philosophy: Scholar
Noted Gandhian scholar who is also the Coordinator of the Gandhi King Conference at Stanford University Prof. Prasad Gollanapalli, while addressing a 2-day workshop at University of Science and Technology Meghalaya said that Universities should contribute to peace in the community, in the society, and in the country as a whole and that students besides gathering knowledge and skill at university should also inculcate the fundamental human values like honesty, self-respect, dignity, compassion and serve as peace ambassadors.