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Dear Readers, To all our esteemed readers, the Editorial team wishes a very happy and prosperous New Year. Continuing with our effort to bring articles which will not only be informative but also tickle your brain, we try to select articles for this issue to attain our objective. The lead article is about Amur falcon, which was in the news for quite some time, especially relating to Nagaland. But the present article focuses more on Tamenglong district of Manipur, how this species have developed a long relation with the people and the present effort to safeguard them during their annual visit, besides their long migratory journey. The third part of “Peopling of the North East” presents through linguistics and genetic sources the probable routes which bring people to the north east and some other parts of the country. As usual with stunning visuals, in our series of “Know your Universe” this time we concentrate on the hottest planet “Mercury”. An article on the story of the evolution of fishes in the Eastern Himalayas based on multi-disciplinary studies will make one realise the benefit of such studies in all areas of science. There is also an informative article on the importance of biodiversity in disaster management. The Quiz section will not only improve your knowledge but will also make us understand that there are still many species yet to be known to science. Some Government initiatives had produced profound benefits to the people. One such example is the plantation of rubber trees in Tripura and we bring you an article on it, which will make our policy framers think that systematic approach is required when one plans a major initiative to be successful. For the romantically minded, there is a short write up which I hope will make you more romantic! We try to bring a choice of articles cutting across disciplines and I would like to request our readers to indicate your choices so that we may be able to serve you better. (Dr.R.K.Nimai Singh)

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