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The Board of Secondary Education, Assam issued a notification where it announced that it has decided to reduce the course curriculum for session 2021-2022.
The revised syllabus will be also available on the SEBA website at www.sebaonline.org.
#Seba#assam#exam#insidene

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam issued a notification where it announced that it has decided to reduce the course curriculum for session 2021-2022. The revised syllabus will be also available on the SEBA website at www.sebaonline.org. #seba #assam #exam #InsideNe

ITANAGAR: Continuous rain in Arunachal Pradesh’s capital Itanagar flooded numerous parts including police stations and residential areas.

In several regions of the Arunachal, particularly the Itanagar Capital Region (ICR) and bordering areas of the Papum Pare district have resulted in major property losses, agriculture field damage and infrastructural damage, due to heavy rain.
#arunachalpradesh#insidene#floods#arunachalnews

ITANAGAR: Continuous rain in Arunachal Pradesh’s capital Itanagar flooded numerous parts including police stations and residential areas. In several regions of the Arunachal, particularly the Itanagar Capital Region (ICR) and bordering areas of the Papum Pare district have resulted in major property losses, agriculture field damage and infrastructural damage, due to heavy rain. #arunachalpradesh #InsideNe #FLOODS #arunachalnews

GUWAHATI: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi along with speaker Metbah Lyngdoh today to personally invite PM Modi to the state of Meghalaya for the state’s 50th Statehood Day on Jan 21, 2022.
#guwahati#primeminister#shillong#insidene

GUWAHATI: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi along with speaker Metbah Lyngdoh today to personally invite PM Modi to the state of Meghalaya for the state’s 50th Statehood Day on Jan 21, 2022. #guwahati #primeminister #shillong #InsideNe

 
GUWAHATI: As many as five Dimasa organisations of Dima Hasao condemned the Diyungmukh (Rangerbill)  incident where five persons were brutally killed and burned down five goods-laden trucks by the Dimasa National Liberation Front (DNLA) militant organization.

The incident occurred in the hill district’s Diyungmukh ranger bill area last week, which is under the jurisdiction of the Diyungmukh police station.

#guwahati#dimasa#diyungmukh#insidene

GUWAHATI: As many as five Dimasa organisations of Dima Hasao condemned the Diyungmukh (Rangerbill) incident where five persons were brutally killed and burned down five goods-laden trucks by the Dimasa National Liberation Front (DNLA) militant organization. The incident occurred in the hill district’s Diyungmukh ranger bill area last week, which is under the jurisdiction of the Diyungmukh police station. #guwahati #Dimasa #diyungmukh #InsideNe

GUWAHATI: The Assam Government on Wednesday issued new SOP which mentioned that all government employees (including contractual and fixed pay) who have not been administered with the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine must get vaccinated within three days from the date of issue of the new SOP in order to join duty.
#guwahati#vaccination#insidene#assamgovernment#sop

GUWAHATI: The Assam Government on Wednesday issued new SOP which mentioned that all government employees (including contractual and fixed pay) who have not been administered with the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine must get vaccinated within three days from the date of issue of the new SOP in order to join duty. #guwahati #vaccination #InsideNe #assamgovernment #sop

IMPHAL: Manipur’s Thadou Students’ Association (TSA) has demanded that senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Jairam Ramesh publicly apologise for hurting the feelings of the state’s hill people by implicating that they are poppy cultivators.

Jairam Ramesh tweeted on August 31: “BJP’s ‘Vikas’ in Manipur Manipur is getting TWICE the supply of urea it needs and yet farmers complain of shortage! Why? Because urea is diverted to hill areas in Manipur, where poppy is being grown for opium in large areas in last 4 yrs. The State Govt is fully complicit in this.”

IMPHAL: Manipur’s Thadou Students’ Association (TSA) has demanded that senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Jairam Ramesh publicly apologise for hurting the feelings of the state’s hill people by implicating that they are poppy cultivators. Jairam Ramesh tweeted on August 31: “BJP’s ‘Vikas’ in Manipur Manipur is getting TWICE the supply of urea it needs and yet farmers complain of shortage! Why? Because urea is diverted to hill areas in Manipur, where poppy is being grown for opium in large areas in last 4 yrs. The State Govt is fully complicit in this.”

NEW DELHI: The Chief Justice of India (CJI) court today heard a petition seeking effective media regulation.

Hearing the petition, the CJI bench has also expressed concern over the web portals and YouTube channels “running rampant with fake news and slandering of reputations in the absence of a regulatory mechanism.”

CJI Ramana said, ” They only listen to powerful voices and write anything against judges and institutions with no accountability. They do not even respond to us .”

“I am not sure why everything is given a communal spin. They claim we are not responsible. On social media, institutions and judges are vilified,” Ramana further stated.

The remarks were made during the hearing of a petition filed by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind and the Peace Party regarding the communalization of news about the spread of COVID-19 following the Tablighi Jamaat gathering in Delhi.

The Supreme Court (SC) also agreed to transfer all cases challenging the amended IT Rules and Cable TV rules to itself, expressing deep concern about the “unregulated” transmission of fake news and false information on social media platforms.

It has further asked the Centre to look into the regulations of social and digital media upon noting that TV and print media have self-regulation as well as statutory regulations.

SC  will also hear the National Broadcasting Standards Authority’s (NBSA) petition against the Cable Rules Amendment.

The hearing will be completed in six weeks, said the Supreme.

#supremecourt #socialmedia #COVID19

NEW DELHI: The Chief Justice of India (CJI) court today heard a petition seeking effective media regulation. Hearing the petition, the CJI bench has also expressed concern over the web portals and YouTube channels “running rampant with fake news and slandering of reputations in the absence of a regulatory mechanism.” CJI Ramana said, ” They only listen to powerful voices and write anything against judges and institutions with no accountability. They do not even respond to us .” “I am not sure why everything is given a communal spin. They claim we are not responsible. On social media, institutions and judges are vilified,” Ramana further stated. The remarks were made during the hearing of a petition filed by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind and the Peace Party regarding the communalization of news about the spread of COVID-19 following the Tablighi Jamaat gathering in Delhi. The Supreme Court (SC) also agreed to transfer all cases challenging the amended IT Rules and Cable TV rules to itself, expressing deep concern about the “unregulated” transmission of fake news and false information on social media platforms. It has further asked the Centre to look into the regulations of social and digital media upon noting that TV and print media have self-regulation as well as statutory regulations. SC will also hear the National Broadcasting Standards Authority’s (NBSA) petition against the Cable Rules Amendment. The hearing will be completed in six weeks, said the Supreme. #supremecourt #SocialMedia #COVID19

 
New Delhi: A former member of the Rajya Sabha and a journalist, Chandan Mitra passed away at the age of 65 on Wednesday night in Delhi, confirmed by his son Kushan Mitra.
“Since it is already out there; Dad passed away late last night. He had been suffering for a while,” tweeted his son Kushan Mitra.
From August 2003 to August 2009, Mitra served in the Rajya Sabha as a nominated member. In Madhya Pradesh, he was elected to the upper house by the BJP in June 2010. In 2016, his term came to an end.
#insidene#chandanmitra

New Delhi: A former member of the Rajya Sabha and a journalist, Chandan Mitra passed away at the age of 65 on Wednesday night in Delhi, confirmed by his son Kushan Mitra. “Since it is already out there; Dad passed away late last night. He had been suffering for a while,” tweeted his son Kushan Mitra. From August 2003 to August 2009, Mitra served in the Rajya Sabha as a nominated member. In Madhya Pradesh, he was elected to the upper house by the BJP in June 2010. In 2016, his term came to an end. #InsideNe #chandanmitra

Guwahati: Speaking on the same Minister Ashok Singhal said, “During an interaction between Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and prominent members of the Adivasi and tea-tribe community, they had demanded removal of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s name from the Orang National Park.

He further stated that since the name Orang is associated with the sentiments of the Adivasi and tea-tribe community, the cabinet has decided to rename the Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park as Orang National Park.

Located on the North Bank of Brahmaputra, Orang National Park spread over 78.80 sq km is the oldest forest reserve in the state. It was named a wildlife sanctuary in 1985 and declared a national park in 1999.

#assam #rajivgandhi #orangnationalpark #insideNE

Guwahati: Speaking on the same Minister Ashok Singhal said, “During an interaction between Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and prominent members of the Adivasi and tea-tribe community, they had demanded removal of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s name from the Orang National Park. He further stated that since the name Orang is associated with the sentiments of the Adivasi and tea-tribe community, the cabinet has decided to rename the Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park as Orang National Park. Located on the North Bank of Brahmaputra, Orang National Park spread over 78.80 sq km is the oldest forest reserve in the state. It was named a wildlife sanctuary in 1985 and declared a national park in 1999. #assam #rajivgandhi #orangnationalpark #InsideNe

IMPHAL: A team of the Narcotics Cell of Imphal East Police on Wednesday apprehended a head constable of the Manipur Police in connection to a drug seizure in the state. The team busted a drug manufacturing unit at Yaripok Tulihal Awang Leikai and seized brown sugar worth around Rs 90 crore in Imphal East.

The arrested head constable has been identified as 42-year-old Muzibur Rahman, another individual identified as Mohammad Firoj has also been arrested in connection with the case.

The raid led to the recovery of a whopping 40 kg of brown sugar and around 430 kg of raw materials for manufacturing brown sugar.

Further investigation underway.

#manipur #imphal #drugs #smuggling

IMPHAL: A team of the Narcotics Cell of Imphal East Police on Wednesday apprehended a head constable of the Manipur Police in connection to a drug seizure in the state. The team busted a drug manufacturing unit at Yaripok Tulihal Awang Leikai and seized brown sugar worth around Rs 90 crore in Imphal East. The arrested head constable has been identified as 42-year-old Muzibur Rahman, another individual identified as Mohammad Firoj has also been arrested in connection with the case. The raid led to the recovery of a whopping 40 kg of brown sugar and around 430 kg of raw materials for manufacturing brown sugar. Further investigation underway. #manipur #Imphal #drugs #smuggling

 
GUWAHATI: Former AIUDF MLA from Bhabanipur Phanidhar Talukdar officially joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today. Talukdar stated that the poverty of his constituency made him join BJP.

Speaking to the media Talukdar said, “People in my constituency are poor. How long will I be in opposition and how it is going to benefit people of my area? So I joined BJP”.
#bjp#aiudf#bjpassam#insidene

GUWAHATI: Former AIUDF MLA from Bhabanipur Phanidhar Talukdar officially joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today. Talukdar stated that the poverty of his constituency made him join BJP. Speaking to the media Talukdar said, “People in my constituency are poor. How long will I be in opposition and how it is going to benefit people of my area? So I joined BJP”. #bjp #aiudf #BJPAssam #InsideNe

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