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Admirable step taken by APIC : Distribution of free school materials among flood victim students in Golaghat District.

Posted by News Sentry | Tuesday, 21 August 2018 | Posted in


Guwahati : Starting the journey from facebook , a popular social media to a NGO , Ajori Poror Itibasok Cinta , in short APIC distributed free school materials among flood victim students in Golaghat District yesterday on 21st August. The flood havoc in Golaghat district wreaked the life out of its track. Thinking about the future of the students APIC took initiative and requested all through their Facebook account to help the needy. 
Many people responded their request and donated according to their ability. The team leaded by Secretary Abdul Rekib of APIC distributed one school bag, 4 copies, 3 pencils, one rubber ,one scale, one eraser, one sharpner and one dettol soap to 250 students of Borbil Primary School, Leteku Sapori Primary School, Khumtai Adarsh Primary School , Sungihula Primary School, Gandhigaon Primary School and Bogrini Primary School under Golaghat Education Block. Biman Barkataky and Nilaxi Barkataky of 'Sristi Luit to Thames' also joined hands with APIC in this great job. In this regard the founder President of APIC Asfiya Ahmed informed that APIC belief in the motto of " Man is for Man "( Manuhe Manuhor Babe ). APIC is always ready to help the needy in their distress and thanked everyone for their help in their journey.


Reasons for Dropped from Final Draft NRC

Posted by News Sentry | Monday, 30 July 2018 | Posted in


Large scale genuine Indian Citizens belonging to Religious and Linguistics Minority Communities are dropped from the Final Draft of the NRC published on 30 July, 2018. 

Total Applicant : 3,29,91,385 
1st Draft : 1,90,00,000 
2nd Draft : 99,83,677 
Total Draft List : 2,89,83,677 
Dropped Person : 40,07,708 
Hold : 2,87,000 

What is NRC ? 

The National Register of Citizens (NRC) contains names of Indian citizens of Assam. The NRC was prepared in 1951, after 1951 Census of India. The NRC Updation of 2014–2016 across Assam includes the names of those persons (or their descendants) who appear in the NRC 1951, or in any of the Electoral Rolls up to the midnight of 24 March 1971 or in any one of the other admissible documents issued up to the midnight of 24 March 1971, which would prove their presence in Assam on or before 24 March 1971. The NRC (1951) and the Electoral Rolls up to the midnight of 24 March 1971 together are collectively called Legacy Data. 


Whats are the Reasons for Dropped from Final Draft NRC :

1. Terming weak documents, certificate from any private institutions, Birth Certificate if not produced issued within 1 year of the Birth from the authority are dropped from the final Draft list. 
 2. Descendants of arbitrarily declared D Voters born after 2004 where excluded. 
3. Brother and sister of declared foreigners and entranced foreigners were dropped. 
4. D voters cases pending in the tribunals since 1983 to till date were dropped. 
5. Brother and sisters of declared foreigners about 43,822 upto 28/05/2018 were dropped although they were genuine Indian citizen at the time of filling of NRC application. On the other hand some of D voters declared as an Indian Citizens who are also excluded. 
6. Linkage Certificate of many of the married women and illiterate girls were dropped from NRC. 
7. In the name of family tree poor illiterate people, due to ignorance wrongly put the legacy data were used are left out from the draft NRC. 
8. Moreover due to lack of sufficient times some poor and illiterate people wrongly submitted application. 
9. In some places many people failed to submit the application due to non availability of legacy data. 
10. Government failed to proved copy of NRC 1951 and general Election wise all Electoral Roll up to 1971 in all Districts and NSK’s for which large No. of people could not prove their Legacy. 
11. Spelling Mistake, miss-match relevant government documents led a large section of illiterate people were dropped from Final Draft NRC. 
12. Initially declared 16 modalities to prove one’s citizenship were not maintained properly and some additional modalities were incorporated causing deprivation of genuine Indian citizens to prove their citizenship. 
13. Legacy Data provided from other states were not taken into consideration 

After completion of the Disposal of Claims and Objections, final registers at various levels, namely, Local Register of Citizens (LRC), Circle Register of Citizens (CRC), and the District Register of Citizens (DRC) will then be published as Final Updated SRC (NRC for the state).

Felicitation to Hasan Ali Awardee Dr. B. R. Ambedkar International Award 2018

Posted by News Sentry | Monday, 16 July 2018 | Posted in


Guwahati : The prominent social worker Hasan ali, Generel secretary, Pub Barpeta Social welfare society of bonafied inhabitant of village- Majdia under district Barpeta,Assam is felicited today with Assamese flowered Nepkins, Books and verious Attrective gifts by different orgenigetions of the district on the occasion of his achievements of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar International Award 2018. 
The felicitation programme is held at the branch office of Pub Barpeta Social Welfare Society situated at Barpeta town. In the programme the international Awardee Hasan Ali felicited by Abdul Maleque, Secretary of Jania Anchalik Gramunnayan Parishad, Maynul Hoque Choudhury, Secretary of Assam Journalist Union, Mahidul Islam, Secretary of Bheraldi Rural Development Association. Maynul Hoque, Chief Secretary of Dolphin Rural Development Mission, Safiul Hassan, Secretary of Help-Line Foundation, Saniwara Parbin, secretary of Noor Handicraft Co-operative Socety Limited, Dolly Pathak, Trainer of Cutting and Tailoring Centre and Abida Khatun, Nehru Yuva Kendra, Barpeta respectively.


Assam Governor hails the role of small and medium newspapers in becoming ‘voice of the voiceless’

Posted by News Sentry | Saturday, 23 June 2018 | Posted in ,


Guwahati : Assam Governor Prof. Jagdish Mukhi hailed the role of the smalls and medium newspapers in India in highlighting the core issues of the nation and disseminating them even in the far flung areas and keeping the people informed who would have been otherwise deprived of their right to know the happenings around the world. 
Meeting a delegation of the Association at Raj Bhavan this evening, Governor Prof.Mukhi lauded the small and medium newspapers of India in making the democracy strong by percolating the news and views down to the grass root level of the society. He however, acknowledged various problems being faced by the small and medium newspapers in the country and confided that with unified efforts the problems can be resolved to a great extent. 
He also requested the members of the Association to influence the small and medium newspapers to become the ‘voice of the voiceless’ and concentrate more on development communication so that small and medium newspapers can be used as a tool to set agenda for the societal issues and find answers to them. The Governor at the same time requested the Association to influence the small and medium newspaper owners to profess neutrality and objective reporting. 
The Association also apprised the Governor about various problems that small and medium newspapers face and sought his intervention to solve the problems. The association members also stated the role and position of the small and medium newspapers in the country to the Governor. It is to be noted that the Association of Small and Medium Newspapers of India is an association of the owners of small and medium newspapers of India which is recognised by the Press Council of India. The 22-member delegation was led by its President KD Chandola.

Awareness Meeting to minimise man elephant conflict held at Udalguri

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Bamunjuli : Under the banner of Adhunik India Foundation has organised an Awareness camp on the topic of “How to Minimise Man Elephant Conflict” at Bamunjuli Community Hall, district of Udalguri .The meeting was chaired by retired Professfer of Khoirabari College and Sr .Journalist Mr. Hareswar Kalita. On the meeting chief guest Additional Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district Dithakananda Hazarika, ACS and Incharge of S.D.O (Civil), A.C.F of Dhanisiri Forest Division Mr. Dibakar Das Udalguri, Inspector 37 Bn Mangaldoi BOP Samrang Mr. Arun Doley, Ranger of Nonai Range Mr.Satyaram Boro, Nonaikhas Gaonburah Mr. Gulap Behera, Nonaikhuti Gaonburah Smt.Dukuna Newar and other social workers of that area which was attended by large number of local people. 
The meeting was an opportunity for the people to interact with the Govt.Official to sort out the problem. People too describe their difficulties faced and opinioned to help in their needs of time from the Govt. side. On the meeting Chief Guest Mr Dithakananda Hazarika said that elephant is a natural resources which we should maintain balance between man and elephant. He also said that man has encroached the elephant land and itself brought this problem. To minimise this he suggested to organise more awareness meeting between people to bring below the conflicts. He too said a very nice word that elephant damages a house bring fortune in that’s person life.


Unique Navigated Knee Replacement: A First in East

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“Riddhima’s shoes, her frenzied possessions, collected from all across the world, sat inside the closet for years together. At times, she used to open the closet to clean and keep all the shoes back in their places. I could see the pain in her eyes as she closed the closet. The pain of having such beautiful pair of shoes but not being able to wear any,” said Mr. Kuntal Chatterjee, the doting husband of the patient, Mrs. Riddhima Chatterjee. 


Kolkata : A 63-year old English school teacher from Gariahat, Mrs. Riddhima Chatterjee (name changed), was in an acute knee pain for more than 8 years. Symptoms of knee arthritis were clear and the condition worsened gradually over years. The intensity of pain increased so much that she couldn’t continue everyday work including walking; climbing stairs and she virtually dragged herself for past one year. 
With increased stiffness and decreasing daily mobility, she looked for reassurance of a successful knee surgery which would put her back on a reasonably pain-free existence, she recalls. Therefore, she scouted for a solution, not for the reason of lack of skill but the fact that her arthritis was a complication of a pre-existing injury which had left her thigh bone bent and united in a crooked fashion after an accident which she met almost 20 years ago in 1997. Fast forward. Hence when things were simply unmanageable for Mrs. Chaterjee the family decided to consult Dr. Vikash Kapoor at Medica. Seeing the x-ray reports and severe destruction of the knee joint associated with progressive pain and impaired function, Dr. Kapoor recommended a knee replacement surgery so that her pain could be alleviated. She underwent a computer navigation assisted cemented total knee replacement surgery at Medica Superspecialty Hospital on December 15, 2017. 
Computer-assisted surgeries (CAS) are used to improve the positioning of implants during the total knee replacement. Ms. Chatterjee underwent the surgery, usually a 4.5 hour long tedious operation, performed by the orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Vikash Kapoor and his team in just one hour. Even though the doctors recommended of releasing her in just 3 days, she urged them and increased her stay for total of 6 days. Her fracture had united in a bent position hence the alignment of her knee was grossly distorted. 
There was no option to correctly do total knee replacement (TKR) but to use navigation, explained Dr. Vikash Kapoor, Vice-Chairman and Group Director – Orthopaedics, Medica Group of Hospitals. “Patients are now achieving recovery a lot quicker than ever before. We encouraged Mrs. Chatterjee to get all her concerns addressed before the surgery,” said Dr. Kapoor adding that this was the first ever intra-operative navigation used in Eastern India called orthoalign. 
Further explaining the advantages of this navigated case, he added that the knee replacement was done without having to realign the old wrongly united fracture. “The knee could survive better and function better as it is well aligned with the axis of the hip. Navigation cost per knee is around Rs 50,000-Rs 55, 000,” he said. The rehabilitation procedure for her has been as expected. She could fold her knees after 24 hours of the surgery and she started getting up and walking on her own after three days. Within few more days after reaching home she resumed climbing stairs. “Currently the patient has been recovering well and further advised to continue exercises as per the knee replacement surgery rehab protocol. Physical therapy is an essential part of rehabilitation after total knee replacement,” said Kavita Roy, Director, Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, Medica Superspecialty Hospital. “Many exercises were suggested to me. I am doing it all diligently. I shall visit my doctor again in September,” said Riddhima Chatterjee. Being a workaholic person, Mrs Chatterjee, a school teacher on an extension, wasn't keen on sitting back home. She joined school after 2 months, to the surprise of all her colleagues. 
They were surprised to see how much comfortable she is now as if life has gone back by a few years. “Riddhima’s shoes, her frenzied possessions, collected from all across the world, sat inside the closet for years together. At times, she used to open the closet to clean and keep all the shoes back in their places. I could see the pain in her eyes as she closed the closet. 


The pain of having such beautiful pair of shoes but not being able to wear any,” said Mr. Kuntal Chatterjee, the doting husband of the patient, Mrs. Riddhima Chatterjee. “We are committed to offering our best services and we are extremely happy to see that Mrs. Chatterjee has resumed a normal life. No doubt, Knee replacement surgery is constantly evolving and Medica is consistently updating itself with effective, efficient, and evidence-based procedures to patients,” said Dr. Alok Roy, Chairman, Medica Group of Hospitals. 
The fate of all of those gently worn, and tissue paper-preserved shoes was in limbo for years but now Mrs. Chatterjee can wear her collection of shoes again. Although Kolkata has witnessed several knee replacement surgeries in past but this surgery was unique as it used handheld intra-operative navigation for the first time in Eastern India. This handheld navigation negates the use of complicated and expensive use of a machine to be kept in operating theatre. It is a single- use system and can be done anywhere without buying expensive navigation machine which remains confined to one OT. It gives one flexibility of operating in any good set up and patients to choose the best options in knee replacement surgery. Besides one does not need to undergo corrective surgery for previous wrongly united fractures and deformity decreasing the repeated agony and costs of multiple surgeries.

PM to inaugurate the Third AIIB Annual Meeting 2018

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Mumbai : The Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will jointly host the third Annual Meeting of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) on June 25-26, 2018 at Hotel Trident/Oberoi and NCPA, Mumbai, India. The theme for this year’s meeting is “Mobilizing Finance for Infrastructure: Innovation and Collaboration” that will see leaders from varied organizations and levels of government to share ideas and experiences for creating a sustainable future through sound infrastructure investment. 
This year will also see the launch of the inaugural Asian Infrastructure Forum, which will gather infrastructure practitioners in a practical and project-driven discourse, focused on matching innovative finance to critical infrastructure needs. The two-day meeting will witness the presence of top policy makers, Ministers from AIIB members, participants from partner institutions, the private sector and civil society organizations. Moreover, leading experts from a range of fields will be present to lead discussions and share insights on addressing Asia’s infrastructure gap in an environmentally and socially friendly way. Apart from several high-ranking government officials gracing the occasion, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri. Narendra Modi will inaugurate the third Annual Meeting of AIIB on June 26, 2018. 
Furthermore, Mr. Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Finance Minister, and Mr. Subhash Chandra Garg, Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance will also be present during the course of the meeting, to discuss the environmental landscape of investing in infrastructure plans in India and also share an overview about the third Annual Meeting. Industries Department, Government of Maharastra is the nodal Department, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), Government of Maharashtra is the nodal agency, Confedartion of Indian Industry (CII) is the Professional Conference Organiser (PCO), Research and Information Systems for Developing Countries (RIS) is the knowledge partner, for the third Annual Meeting of AIIB. In the run up to the Annual Meeting 2018, the Government of India has organised a number of lead up events in different cities in India from February to June 2018, aimed to stimulate debates on several important themes of infrastructure. 
During the Annual Meeting, there will be several seminars that focus on topics including mobilizing finance for infrastructure, gender and infrastructure and connectivity within and beyond Asia. There will also be Host Country Seminars on topics including the sources and instruments of financing and new technology choices and alternatives, and a panel discussion with Chief Ministers on the vision of infrastructure development in India. The Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, in partnership with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), is also organising an exhibition “India Infrastructure Expo 2018. The objective of the exhibition is to offer companies from the public and private sector to showcase their latest solutions, technologies and offerings in the realm of infrastructure project development and delivery.

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