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The June 2021 issue of Northeast Today focuses on the earthquake-prone areas of the Northeast and what are the best ways of constructing houses for minimising the damage. It also has an extensive report from various states of the region.

Plastic-Free Nagaland

Still an elusive dream

Plastic-Free Nagaland

3 mins

RESETTLEMENT OF BRUS IN TRIPURA FACES NGT HURDLE

Resolving the 24-year old ethnic crisis of the Bru (or Reang) refugees by the Centre has brought a smile to the faces of over 30,000 people from the community.

RESETTLEMENT OF BRUS IN TRIPURA FACES NGT HURDLE

3 mins

REIMAGINING THE ROLE OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES IN ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION

As monsoon approaches and with it, rainfall and the fear for floods and landslides, concerns for the environment will momentarily blossom, and deforestation will be cursed at once again.

REIMAGINING THE ROLE OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES IN ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION

3 mins

Potential Of Green Leafy Wild Edibles

The North East Slow Food & Agrobiodiversity Society (NESFAS) is a platform that connects people to the pleasure and importance of local foods and in the process links them to its journey from farm to fork.

Potential Of Green Leafy Wild Edibles

3 mins

ADOPT SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES TO QUAKE-PROOF BUILDINGS

First Words The April 28 earthquake of magnitude 6.4 on the Richter scale not shook Assam and the northeast, it exposed the vulnerability of the region to such major quakes and threw up several questions on various fronts. Such powerful was the quake that the earth cracked near its epicentre in the Sonitpur district in Assam.

ADOPT SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES TO QUAKE-PROOF BUILDINGS

9 mins

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN WHO LOST PARENTS TO COVID, BUT ARE THEY THE ONLY PRIORITY?

COVID-19 has brought a serious change in our lives, especially in the way we live and work. The lockdown not only damaged the economy but also people`s lives. Many children lost their parents in COVID and for such orphan children, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced welfare schemes ensuring their growth and securing their future. Measures have been taken in the field of education, health and money (in terms of fixed deposits) will be granted to such children for their safety and growth.

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN WHO LOST PARENTS TO COVID, BUT ARE THEY THE ONLY PRIORITY?

3 mins

BORDER DISPUTE : AN UNEXPLAINED BLOODSHED BY THE CHINESE FORCES

The border dispute between India and China has tensed several times creating a disturbance in the country.

BORDER DISPUTE : AN UNEXPLAINED BLOODSHED BY THE CHINESE FORCES

3 mins

TACKLING RACISM NEEDS A MULTIPRONGED APPROACH : ROBIN HIBU

Robin Hibu, the first IPS officer from Arunachal Pradesh, is often referred to as the 'Robin Hood of Delhi'. He is currently serving as the Special Commissioner of Police/Additional Director General of Police, New Delhi. His NGO, Helping Hands is an initiative that works towards making the National Capital, read Delhi, safe for the people from the northeast.

TACKLING RACISM NEEDS A MULTIPRONGED APPROACH : ROBIN HIBU

7 mins

TÊTE-À-TÊTE WITH MANIPURI ROCK BAND SOLACE HER

In conversation with Parthona Phukan, Manipuri rock band Solace Her speaks at length about their beginning and the journey so far

TÊTE-À-TÊTE WITH MANIPURI ROCK BAND SOLACE HER

6 mins

A DISCUSSION ON TWO SHERDUKPEN LANGUAGE FILMS

The Sherdukpen dialect, which does not have a written script, is spoken by the Sherdukpen tribe residing in the Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh.

A DISCUSSION ON TWO SHERDUKPEN LANGUAGE FILMS

3 mins

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Northeast Today Magazine Description:

PublisherNortheast Today

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

NorthEast Today is a monthly magazine. Commits to share and discuss the Problems of Northeast region and its people. NorthEast Today magazine is dedicated to promote the culture, people, beauty and also to celebrate the very best of North East India!

In every issue you'll find:
• Stories On Current Affairs
• Updated Political Activities
• Steps and Suggestions for the Development
• Profiiles of North East India’s fascinating people, lively cities, and charming small towns
• Stunning scenic photography
• Ideas for day trips, weekend excursions, and longer getaways
• Mouthwatering recipes and culinary tips on Indian cooking
• A monthly calendar of events around the state
• Life Style and Health tips
From the peak of the snow covered mountains to the greenery of the tea gardens our team promises to showcase the development and beauty of the regions of North East India. NorthEast Today Magazine is North East India’s first statewide magazine devoted to Current Affairs, Political News, Sports, Travel, History, People, Places etc. This magazine is the perfect source of information for those who've lived here or connected somehow with the place and also for those looking to visit!

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