Prime Minister Narendra Modi Today Inaugurated The Second Campus Of Chittaranjan National Cancer Hospital

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 7th January 2021, Friday, inaugurated the second campus of Chittaranjan National Cancer Hospital . Modi inaugurated the second campus of the hospital virtually due to the ongoing Covid pandemic and its effects and to ensure the maintenance of the protocols. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also took part in the inaugural function . She said that the State Government had already inaugurated the second campus of CNCI. The hospital was also made a safe home during Covid’s rapidly increasing situation to help serve the patients and quarantine them.

The Chief Minister said, “The State Government have already inaugurated the second campus of CNCI during the Covid time. We made it a safe home during the first wave of Covid the reason was because we needed the infrastructure. ” At the same time, the Chief Minister further said that the state government has given 7.6 acres of land for this hospital. The state has also spent and beared the 25 per cent of the cost required for the construction of the hospital. Further more the recurring costs will also be handled by the state government. Incidentally, the total cost of building the hospital was Rs 534 crores. Of this, the center has given Rs 400 crore. And the state has given 134 crore rupees. Apart from CNCI, 2 more cancer hospitals are being opened in the state through MoU signature with Tata Memorial, the Chief Minister also added it. It is to be noted that BJP’s Amit Malviya has retorted in the context of the Chief Minister’s remarks regarding the ‘inauguration’ of CNCI.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, inaugurated the second campus of Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute at Kolkata, West Bengal. Modi inaugurated the second campus of the hospital in a virtual mode inorder to maintain the protocol and attended whole of the program with great enthusiasm.

Good News For Customers! LPG gas cylinders available at a lower price

Ordinary people are worried about the increase in the price of LPG cylinders. The people had to put their hands on their heads as they were so stressed about the rapid increase in LPG prices. The LPG gas cylinder supplier Indane gave good news in this  situation. This time LPG gas cylinders will be available at a much lower price. Indane authorities have arranged 15 kg composite gas cylinder (LPG Composite Cylinder) for only Rs 634 . LPG Composite Cylinder weighs 15 kg which is estimated to be about half of the domestic steel cylinder. The weight of the empty cylinder is 5 kg. Each cylinder contains 10 kg of gas. This LPG composite gas cylinder will help prevent accidents that are nowadays common when prone to such circumstances. If there is a fire in any way, there will be no explosion. Rather the cylinder will ignite. According to Indian Oil sources, the price of 15 kg LPG Composite Cylinder in Mumbai is Rs 634. The price in Kolkata is 652 rupees. The price in Chennai is Rs 645 and in Lucknow it is Rs 660. According to Indian Oil, the price of 15 kg LPG Composite Cylinder is Rs 653 in Indore, Rs 638 in Bhopal, Rs 677 in Gorakhpur and Rs 677 in Patna.

The Campaign to Provide Covid Vaccine to 15-18 year olds started in Assam

A new type of covid widely known as Omicron, first detected in South Africa, has spread to the rest of the world, creating a complex situation. India, along with other countries in the world, is witnessing a rapid increase in the incident of new types of covid variants and their effects. As many as 1,600 households have been affected by the New Year’s festivities since December 31, when nearly 800 people were affected by emigration in the country.

At such times an atmosphere of chaos and panic is naturally created. To date, no new cases of this type of infection have been reported in Assam, although many of the neighbouring states have reported such cases of infected  have been found in the state. For this, in some states like West Bengal, partial lockdown is being considered. Prohibitions have been imposed in many cases.

In the midst of such a situation, the Union Ministry of Health, Prime Minister Modi, and all those including the Minister of Health have been urging the people to pay more attention to the direction of covid vaccine. In response to this call and to protect against the scourge of covidosis, the public is also moving forward with vaccinations. The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that if the Covid vaccine is accepted by all, Covid will leave the world this year.

The campaign to provide covid vaccines to adolescents between the ages of 15 and 18 has been launched on Monday, intensifying the ongoing fight against covid in the country. In the last week of December, 2021, Prime Minister Modi addressed the nation and notified them of the dangers of not getting the covid vaccine.

Accordingly, the campaign to provide covid vaccine has been launched in every part of the country, including Assam. Adolescents will be able to register for this vaccine through cowin. In this case the tenth grade certificate or Aadhaar card can be used for determining the age of the adolescent. The registration process has already started in Quinn.

Attending a training program, Mr. Hemanta Biswa Sarma said that the program of giving precautionary covid vaccine to the senior citizens with cowardice and anti-covid campaign would start from January 10. In Assam, the first batch of Covid vaccine has been almost completed and the second batch has been given to 80% of the population, he also said that the second round of covid vaccine will be completed by January this year.

 

Nagaland Legislative Assembly demands the cancellation of AFSA from Nagaland

The Nagaland Legislative Assembly was convened in the wake of strong public opinion and demands to withdraw the Armed Forces Special Powers Act from Nagaland in the wake of the innocent massacre that took place on December 4 and 5 in Mann district of Nagaland. Inaugurating the proceedings of the special session of the Legislative Assembly on Monday, Nagaland Legislative Assembly Speaker Sarigain Lankumar informed the House that the death of 14 innocent people on December 4 and 5 in connection with the incident at Otting in Mon district is a matter of concern.

Calling the Otting incident a “bad incident”, Lankumar said the Otting genocide was the result of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, 1956, which has been in force in Nagaland since 1998.  According to the claims the members of the Assembly urged the people to demand the cancellation of AFSPA from Nagaland. Subsequently, the Nagaland Legislative Assembly unanimously approved the five-point resolution, demanding the withdrawal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, 1956, i.e. AFSPA from Nagaland.

As per the proposal, all the MLAs are determined to repeal the AFSPA to give justice to the families of the victims of the Otting incident in Mann district. Chief Minister Nefiu Rio addresses the House and raises a five-point motion. After the AFSPA withdrawal proposal was approved by an oral vote, Mr. Nefeiu Rio filed a five-point motion in the House. The House condemns the genocide that took place in Otting on December 4 and 5. The Army calls on the 21-para-commando to apologize for the incident.

The House calls upon the Nagaland National Party-Organization to normalize the situation in Mon district in the public interest. He called for a democratic movement for peace and justice. In the proposal, the House appreciates and supports the demand of civil society and civil society organizations for abolition of AFSPA. The Indo-Naga peace negotiators in the House of Representatives are urging all honorable members to reach an amicable settlement as soon as possible. The Nagaland Legislative Assembly has been mobilized to demand withdrawal of AFSPA from the North East. So that the efforts to solve the Naga political problem can be strengthened.

Former Chief Minister and leader of the Naga People’s Front Mr. T.R. Zeliang, on the other hand, says that AFSPA is like a license to kill innocent people. He says 20,000 innocent people have died in the North-East because of AFSPA. Soon this law will be repealed.

The Nagaland Legislative Assembly has already approved the proposal for repeal of the AFSPA Act a total of three times in 1981, 2015 and 2021 already.

Inauguration of Indo-Bhutan road built by Border Roads Organization
Inauguration of Indo-Bhutan road built by Border Roads Organization

The road from the Maraghat junction in Dwars to Chamurchi on the Bhutan border had been in a state of disrepair for a long time. Ordinary people were the victims of extreme misery. Without proper facility the people were suffering in a huge amount. Finally, after a long await the work on the 18-kilometer road was completed on the afternoon of Tuesday 28th December 2021. It was officially inaugurated by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday afternoon virtually from his office. This new road was built by the Border Roads Organization.

Inauguration of Indo-Bhutan road built by Border Roads Organization

John Barla, MP from Alipurduar and Union Minister of State, was present on the occasion. It is to found and noted that every year during the rainy season this road would become too difficult to carry transportation due to waterlogging. This time with the development and repair of the road will alleviate a lot of suffering. Because it was the main road through which one could easily enter Bhutan. On this day, it was inaugurated through a formal ceremony at Maraghat Mor area. There, LED screens showed Minister Rajnath Singh officially inaugurating the road from his office. Union Minister of State, Mr. John Barla unveiled the plaque at the Maraghat junction. On this day, several roads and bridges were inaugurated in several other states too.

First cases of Omicron Attack in IndiaRead to know!
First cases of Omicron Attack in India:Read to know!
The Union Health Ministry has asked the people to remain calm and had sent it’s message to not panic moreover it had instructed the people to be conscious and aware of the situation. Karnataka Chief Minister Mr. Basbaraj Bommai said, “We are fully prepared to fight Omicron. The government will work with the advice of experts. The crisis will end soon. ” He also urged the people not to panic and fear it. Corona daily deaths and infected toll increased in the country on Thursday in the wave of Omicron panic. According to figures from the Union Ministry of Health on Thursday, In the last 24 hours, 9,765 people have been infected with corona in the country. This number is much higher than the previous day. The number of daily victims on Wednesday was 8,954. In the last 24 hours, 477 ​​people have died due to Corona in the country. The number of daily deaths was 267 people yesterday. So far 4 lakh 69 thousand 724 people have died suffering from Corona virus in the country. The total number of victims is 3 crore 46 lakh 6 thousand and 541. Corona has so far killed 52 lakh 23 thousand 479 people in the world. The total number of victims is 26 crore 34 lakh 19 thousand 383. Meanwhile, demand for booster doses has increased across the country at the the sudden news of arrival of a new variant of the Corona. In this situation, the Serum Institute has sought the approval of Drug Controller General of India (DGCI) to use Covishield as a booster dose. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals across the country. The people are seen positive to fight against the new variant of corona with full preparation and precautions.

 

Inauguration of St. Joseph Church at Jengpathar village of Kharsang in Changlang
Inauguration of St. Joseph Church at Jengpathar village of Kharsang in Changlang

On Saturday, 27th November 2021, a church named St. Joseph Church was inaugurated for the use of all the people at Jengpathar Village of Kharsang in Changlang in the presence of the MLA of the region, Mr. Sublung Mossang.

Inauguration of St. Joseph Church at Jengpathar village of Kharsang in Changlang
Credits: G News Assam

The church was inaugurated with the lively presence of the locals as well as people from different areas too along with the bishops and chief guest Mr. Sublung Mossang. According to the Bishop, Mr. Sublung is a very busy man and despite his busy schedule he came to attend the inauguration of the church with full enthusiasm and he also exclaimed that he had the wish to visit this place a long time ago. Mr. Sublung is a Christian by faith but he goes to all the programme organised by different religions. He has a secular outlook to the community. A few days ago Mr. Sublung was also present as the chief guest for the silver jubilee of a church at Lumding. According to him, the service and help to the society comes as priority despite the variation in religions. He has also donated 1 lakh rupees for the welfare and further development of the church.

Inauguration of St. Joseph Church at Jengpathar village of Kharsang in Changlang
Credits: G News Assam

A lot many dignitaries along with two bishops were present to mark the gracious occasion. When media talked to one of the bishops he said, ” Today in a small village we prayed and inaugurated a church. From the 8th of December of last year to the 8th of December of this year, we are celebrating as year of St. Joseph as St. Joseph was an ordinary head of the family and he being an ordinary carpenter raised and took care of Mary and Jesus. He maintained the purity of the family. Today the main speciality of the family should be the purity and integrity of the family instead of fame and wealth. To keep this in mind we celebrate the year of St. Joseph and keeping this in mind we established this church and hope that every family will take the example of St. Joseph’s family and be a hardworking and full of integrity and purity family.”

 

 

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Inauguration of library of Ramnagar primary school under Digboi Borbil Gaon Panchayat at Digboi

On 26th of November, 2021, Friday, a library was inaugurated in Ramnagar primary school under Digboi Borbil Gaon Panchayat at Digboi. The establishment of this school was only possible because of the numerous sacrifices put into it by some of the great personalities during 1960.

Inauguration of library of Ramnagar primary school under Digboi Borbil Gaon Panchayat at Digboi
Credits: G News Assam

Ever after the school was established, it produced fruitful results every year and were able to develop the children to come out with flying colors to weave their beautiful future. For the inauguration of the library, Mr. Suren Phukan,  the MLA of Digboi area, made his gracious presence and marke the opening ceremony by cutting the ribbon. In this ceremony along with the  teachers and students of the school there were also some dignified guests who were present to make the auspicious occasion more gratifying.

Inauguration of library of Ramnagar primary school under Digboi Borbil Gaon Panchayat at Digboi
Credits: G News Assam

The MLA, Mr. Suren gave his word to fix the boundary walls and the veranda of the school as soon as possible. When the media talked to him regarding the ceremony he said, ” Today the inauguration of a library at Ramnagar Primary School under Digboi Borbil Gaon Panchayat was successfully launched. This school was established a long time ago, in the year  1960 and it was possible only because of the sacrifices of many people and every year students of this school were able to grow the name of the school with their excellent results in academics. The teachers of this school hve provided their best and regarded the school as their temple to which they were totally devoted. Every year, this school is a election voting centre where more than 3000 voters come to vote. The people wanted us to fix the boundary walls and veranda for which I give my word to fix it within a short period of time. If there are to be any problems in the future, we would discuss and try our best to provide a reasonable solution to the problem. The authorities and faculties have created a very beautiful environment here and have tried their best and had not left any lacuna in any area of education. ”

 

Felicitation of MLA Diganta Kalita at Puthimari college of Kamrup

On 24th November 2021, Wednesday, a felicitation ceremony was held by the college faculties and all students to felicitate MLA of the region Mr. Diganta Kalita at Puthimari college of Soneswar in Kamrup district of Assam.

Felicitation of MLA Diganta Kalita at Puthimari college of Kamrup

Felicitation of MLA Diganta Kalita at Puthimari college of Kamrup

The program was managed by Miran Ali who is the secretary of the teachers association of the college. Mr. Diganta Kalita was felicitated with a traditional Assamese Gamusa along with a bunch of variety of Assamese Souvenir. The souvenir’s were handed over by the president, general secretary and assistant secretary of the teachers association of the college.

Felicitation of MLA Diganta Kalita at Puthimari college of Kamrup

Felicitation of MLA Diganta Kalita at Puthimari college of Kamrup

The introductory speech was given by Mr. Nityananda Kalita, a professor of the college where he mentioned that the MLA, Mr. Diganta Kalita had promised to take every possible measures in his stead to improve and solve all the problems faced by the college and would help in all the sectors such as health, education, mental strength and many more. He also said to guide the people regarding the New Education Policy enacted by the government and would try his best for the growth of the higher education section.

Felicitation of MLA Diganta Kalita at Puthimari college of Kamrup

MLA Mr. Diganta Kalita, said that he always wanted to come the college to guide the students and stated his promise of taking the necessary measures which would help the college to grow and develop to provide it’s essential sources to the students. He stated that the position of a teacher is above all and they are just like a candle which burns and melts itself to provide light to others likewise the teachers devotes and contributes themselves totally to shape the future of their students. He mentioned that science stream would be added to the streams of the college. He said that if there are vacancies available for teaching here then he would surely discuss with the principal and inform everyone about it.

 

 

 

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Havoc created by wild elephants: Dhaigaon Tilapara village faced severe destruction

A havoc created by the wild elephants resulted in a lot of severe destruction in Dhaigaon Tilapara village of Goalpara district on 22nd November 2021, Monday.

Havoc created by wild elephants: Dhaigaon Tilapara village faced severe destruction

At the night of 21st November 2021, Sunday, a herd of wild elephants rushed over the Dhaigaon Tilapara village and destroyed the houses of 18 families, ruining the roof over their heads along with all the vegetation planted by them.

Havoc created by wild elephants: Dhaigaon Tilapara village faced severe destruction

The families didn’t even have a single roof over their heads now and were totally distressed to watch their homes getting shattered to pieces while being unable to do anything just trying hard to save their lives. The victim’s don’t even have a handful of food to eat and a place to sleep.

Havoc created by wild elephants: Dhaigaon Tilapara village faced severe destruction

Even though right after the incident the villagers contacted the assigned Forest Department and waited patiently for their arrival but none of them showed up at that moment and not even after waiting till afternoon. The people ofthe village as well as the victims only had one query that how will the government or the zila parishad or the forest department will help the victims to overcome with the situation and also whether they would provide them any concessions for the wrath caused by the elephants.

Havoc created by wild elephants: Dhaigaon Tilapara village faced severe destruction

When asked to one of the victim about the wrath caused by the wild herd, she said ” Water pump, houses, rice fields, gas cylinder, stoves and a lot many things were all destroyed by the elephants. We lost everything, nothing is left. We just hope that we get some help from the government or even the forest department to make up for the heavy loss and damages we faced due to this incident.”

Havoc created by wild elephants: Dhaigaon Tilapara village faced severe destruction

The victims and the villagers hope that they would receive a bit of help and remuneration due to the unpredictable incident and that would help them to cope up with the loss they had faced.