Tribute To the Dada of Indian Politics
Former President Pranab Mukherjee, aged 84, passed away on 31 August evening after prolonged illness. He was admitted to the Army’s Research and Referral Hospital in Delhi Cantonment on August 10 and was operated the same day for removal of a clot in his brain. He later had gone into septic shock due to his lung infection.
Salute to the Silent Warriors!
The Army Dog Unit, fondly called “The Silent Warriors”, has time and again proven to be an asset for the security forces.
THE WATER BOMB TICKING
Tick-Tocking Anti-India Games, China Now Aims to Deluge the Northeast Amlan Home Chowdhury
Submergence Tolerant: Assam
It took 10 years time for Assam government to make the state’s rice farmers shift to new generation crop – Submergence tolerant…. and finally the concept is now popular at least among 60 percent of farmers of the flood-hit districts.
RECALLING - THE MAN OF GREAT VIRTUES P.A.SANGMA
As September approaches there begins a change in Delhi, morning becomes cooler, midday sun a bit friendly, humidity too pretends to be packing off and a sense of an all-pervasive thermal comfortability becomes visible outdoors. I still remember P A Sangma was born on 1st September 1947and the remembrance takes me to look back and a montages of memories come crowding in: some events are still clear while some got blurred, perhaps the inner flash is partly diffused.
NAGAON PAPER MILL
The Lost Glory of Assam
An Age-old Indian Intellectual Property in Management of COVID-19
Splendid Spiritual Destination Development Takes Off
Kamala To Contest U.S. Poll
First black & Indian American Woman to contest on Democratic Ticket
Overseas Racket In Wild Life Trafficking
Barak Valley for its strategic location bordering Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya and the district of Dima Hasao has been infamous for it being a corridor of extremists, smugglers, illegal transportation of Burmese betel nuts, black diamond and now trafficking in wild life with overseas connections.
Reliving the INDEPENDENCE DAY OF 1947
India attained freedom from the British Raj on August 15, 1947 after being ruled by them for over two centuries. on 15 August 1947, the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru raised the Indian National flag above the Lahori Gate of the Red fort in Delhi.
INDO-BANGLA WATERWAY REMOVES CHICKEN NECK TAG OF NORTHEAST
A container ship flagged off from Kolkata to Agartala through Chattogram Port of Bangladesh, in a virtual ceremony (Pic Representative image)
Demand growing in social media to reopen Wimco of Dhubri
Western Assam sans any industry worth naming in last century but then under the British era, a match factory was set up at Dhubri by a Swedish Company named as Assam Match Company ( Amco) in 1925. It was a lone industry in Western Assam till Bongaigaon Refinery and Petrochemical Limited (BRPL) which now known as OIL Bongaigaon Refinery (BGR), came into being in 70s.
BLACK DIAMOND SCAM
CBI INVESTIGATION ON
CHINA'S DIRTY GAME: The Clash of Clan in Galwan Valley
China continues to figure India now and then. But, its action on 15 June 2020 at Galwan Valley is what surprised the nation. The violent clash at Galwan Valley started between Indian troops and soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on the night of June 15, in which 20 soldiers from Indian side were martyrs, whereas they have also killed more than 41 soldiers of PLA. Though China from their side, never gave any figure of their casualties.
Ginger Market Suffers: Extortion by militants and Apathy of Government
Lack of government support coupled with trouble and unrest in hilly region pushed the ginger farmers of Assam to go for an alternative. Situation goes to such an extent that for farmers, ginger cultivation is no longer ‘viably cultivable crop’ and in hilly region of the state, farmers start shifting to other ‘long term items’.
WORLD UNITES TO DEVELOP DRUGS TO FREE EARTH CORONA'S DARK CLAWS
Dargon's Dance of the Death
TUNNEL SANITIZER: AUTO TEMPERATURE DEVICE
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, disinfectant tunnels are emerging as India’s one of the important strategy to disinfect people and protect against infections. The tunnel is designed with a view to reduce the time of sanitization in places where there are people entering in large numbers such as religious gatherings, educational institutions, hospitals etc.
Assam's Baghjan Mishap
The blowout incident at the Baghjan oilfield of the Oil India Limited (LTD) is saddening. This can well be considered as one of the worst industrial disasters which the country has witnessed in the recent times. In other words, this is the second such major leaking incident since 2005 – let alone several other similar incidents of oil and gas spill in the recent past.
Role Of Traditional Heads In: Containing The Outbreak Of Covid-19
Meghalaya has the lowest number of Covid-19 positive cases among the other states in India with 59 cases. The government took a wise decision at every crucial moment and handled the situation very well. Even before the countrywide lockdown, the state government got the message across and the result was that the people got used to lockdown conditions well in advance. The success in controlling the outbreak of COVID-19 in Meghalaya is a collective effort from the Government initiatives along with public support. The state recorded its first positive case for COVID-19 on 13 April 2020 after a senior doctor from Bethany Hospital was tested positive. In the aftermath, the state Government has taken an initial step by sealing off all borders including inter-state, inter-district and international border.
5 Tips On How To Live With Novel Coronavirus
Experts are suggesting that ‘we must learn to live with the virus’. With vaccine still months away, we need to live in a new normal. “either, we must change the virus, or we must change ourselves to face the pandemic; Prof. K Vijay Raghavan, Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India, gave five tips to ‘living with the virus’.
MAPPING THE INDO-NEPAL BORDER ISSUE
In Maoist Nepal, Some Foreign Powers May be Running Puppet Shows
NON-ADHERENCE TO SAFETY PROTOCOL FORCE
NORTHEAST NURSES TO LEAVE, PLUNGING HEALTH CARE SERVICE IN WEST BENGAL
A MATTER OF CONCERN
Covid-19 Adversely Affects Barak Media
Covid 19 has adversely affected Barak media, print and electronic. A booming industry is faced with unprecedented crisis in its 140 years of history.
Sikkim No More A Covid Free State…
Sikkim, Lakshadweep, Nagaland, Daman and Diu were the only four Indian states/ Union Territory with no positive cases so far. Now the number has come down to 3, as Sikkim has lost its Corona-free state status after the detection of the first COVID-19 positive case.
Migrants: The Souls Of India
The mists of lockdown wafting all over, Today is fast dissolving into yesterdays And tomorrows are no more the plasma of future, Some shadows surreptitiously Look out through the thick crimson curtains as though exhorting “Awake, arise or be forever fallen”. Destroy the intruder, Burn this invisible Ari. and re-restore the emotional resonances Between man and nature, Induce An invisible catalysis for a silent catharsis of our Mother Earth. Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti.
STORIES OF RISE AND FALL DURING LOCKDOWN IN INDIA
Truly said…Mother’s Love is Mother’s Strength
Mizoram SETS AN EXAMPLE
Mizoram, earlier known as Lushai Hills , was a district of Assam since its annexation in 1891 by the British Indian Administration till it’s upgradation as Union Territory of Mizoram in 1972. In pre-colonial era, Lushai Hills (Mizoram) was politically independent territory which was the domain of the Chiefs and was free from political domination of any outside forces.
When In-Humanity Crosses Its Limits…
Is There A Difference Between an Animal & Human???