16.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM Assam: Unique Land Parcel Identification Number Union minister of rural development and Panchayati raj, Giriraj Singh launched Unique Land Parcel Identification Number (ULPIN) in Assam. Unique Land Parcel Identification Number (ULIPN) project was launched in Assam on a pilot basis. Under this project, every land parcel in Assam will have a 14-digit alphanumeric geospatial … Read more

15.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   Action plan to ensure preservation & promotion of faith of indigenous & tribal communities: Himanta Assam Chief Minister HimantaBiswaSarma has said that his government’s newly created department for indigenous faith would create an action plan to ensure the preservation and promotion of faith and culture of anthropologically indigenous and tribal communities. Assam is … Read more

13-14.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   EVMs to replace ballot papers in upcoming Guwahati local body polls The Assam Government has approved replacing ballot papers with Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in the upcoming Guwahati Municipal Corporation polls. The announcement was made during the weekly Cabinet meeting chaired by Assam Chief Minister HimantaBiswaSarma. The Guwahati Municipal Corporation (Amendment) Bill 2022 … Read more

11.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

  ASSAM   Manas National Park to remain close from April 1 to 3 to conduct rhino census The Manas National Park, MNP will remain closed for visitors from April 1 to 3, 2022 due to a scheduled Rhino estimation in the park. In a notice issued by the Field Director Vaibhav C Mathur of … Read more

10.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   Assam-Mizoram border areas peaceful: CRPF DIG   CRPF deputy inspector general (DIG) (Silchar Range) Shahnawaz Khan has claimed that a peaceful atmosphere has been prevailing along the Assam-Mizoram border areas in Cachar district after the force’s jawans were deployed last year as per the Centre’s instructions Khan, who attended an event at Lailapur CRPF camp in Cachar district … Read more

09.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   In a first, Assam gets cargo from Patna via Bangladesh   A new milestone was achieved in regional connectivity when Union minister for ports, shipping and waterways SarbanandaSonowal and chief minister HimantaBiswaSarma received MV Lal Bahadur Shastri, the cargo vessel carrying 200 metric tonnes of foodgrain from Patna, by traversing 2,350 km through the Indo-Bangladesh Protocol (IBP) … Read more

08.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   Manas National Park- Rise in Tiger Population   The Manas National Park and Tiger Reserve in Assam have witnessed a sharp rise in the population of rhinos and tigers.   The authorities of the national park expect the tiger population will rise to more than 60 from 48 as per the 2021 census. … Read more

07.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   Brahmaputra gets connected with Ganga via IBP route   A new milestone was achieved in regional connectivity when Union minister for ports, shipping and waterways SarbanandaSonowal and chief minister HimantaBiswaSarma received MV Lal Bahadur Shastri, the cargo vessel carrying 200 metric tonnes of foodgrain from Patna, by traversing 2,350 km through the Indo-Bangladesh … Read more

05-06.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   President urges people of Assam to work towards wildlife conservation President Ram NathKovind on Sunday urged the people and the Government of Assam to work towards wildlife conservation. On the last day of his three-day visit to Assam, Kovind made the appeal after being briefed by the state government on its conservation efforts … Read more

04.03.22 APSC Daily Current Affairs

ASSAM   1K reward for child marriage informers: Cachar admin The Cachar district administration has announced incentives for informers on child marriage and scholarships for rescued children. The measures were announced during a programme organised by the district child protection unit, Cachar, in collaboration with State Child Protection Society, Assam, under the aegis of the administration on Friday … Read more