Earth Finally Fixed Largest - ‘Ozone layer Hole'
Earth has several ways of healing itself from any detrimental change. Scientists now confirmed that the 1 million square kilometre wide hole over the Arctic has now closed, a rare hole in the ozone layer, discovered by scientists earlier this month.
Anchoring to the Past
A New Discovery in Dhubri
Lockdown Spikes Forest Fire In Manipur
Forest is our life, why are we destroying it. Please wake up. Local people can protect our forest, not by anyone. We will face shortage of water, oxygen to breathe. Why don’t we understand? Please wake up dear NGOs and CSOS. Let’s save our life and the future,“ writes N Biren Singh, Manipur Chief Minister, on his facebook post, expressing his strong concerns on the spurt of forest fires in the state.
Covid's Morbid Bite On Economy
Uncertainties Looming Large in Every Sphere of Business Activities
Issue on ILP
The inner line permit was created during the colonial rule of the British in 1873 in order to protect vulnerable tribal communities. It is essentially an official travel document issued by the Government of India to grant Indian citizens permission for inward travel into a protected area for a limited period of time. It is mandatory for Indian citizens residing outside these areas to seek approval prior to entering these regions. However, there might be a different set of rules for long term visitors, though they are not valid for central government employees and security forces.
It's now Green everywhere in tribal heartland, Saffron fades
JMM’s Hemant Soren took charge as new Chief Minister of Jharkhand, pre-poll alliance with Congress and Rashtriya-Janta Dal did wonders uprooting BJP CM Raghubar Das lost his seat which goes to BJP-rebel and Independent candidate Saryu Rai New government has big task to fulfill aspirations of common masses, tribals, corporates among others Opposition gets a new boost in another state
PROBLEMS VS PROMISES FOR HEMANT
Hemant Soren, the leader of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM), became the Chief Minister af ter defeating BJP and winning a victory for the coalition in Jharkhand. Although, the coalition is celebrating the victory by such a huge margin yet the problems before Hemant Soren are pit-holes dug by the then ruling party. There are major challenges for the new government to meet the expectations of the people and fulfill their needs.
The Nation Divided After Citizenship Amendment Act
What is Citizenship Amendment Bill??? The Citizenship Amendment Bill was first introduced in 2016 by the Lok Sabha by amending the Citizenship Act of 1955. This bill was referred to a Joint Parliamentary Committee, whose report was later submitted on January 7, 2019. The Citizenship Amendment Bill was passed on January 8, 2019, by the Lok Sabha which lapsed with the dissolution of the 16th Lok Sabha. This Bill was introduced again on 9 December 2019 by the Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah in the 17th Lok Sabha and was later passed on 10 December 2019. The Rajya Sabha also passed the bill on 11th December.
How Raghubar Das lost?
Legislative Assembly Elections were held in Jharkhand from 30 November to 20 December 2019 where Mr. Raghubar Das, former Chief Minister of Jharkhand of the Bharatiya Janata Party was defeated on its traditional seat by a margin of over 15,000 votes. Not only that, the BJP also lost the neighboring seat by a margin of 22,000 votes where BJP’s Devendra Singh was defeated by congress nominee Banna Gupta.
Toying with The Idea Of A New Political Entity
Now that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 has been turned into a piece of legislation after it was passed by the President of India barely few weeks ago, there was an impression among some section of people that in Assam, especially in the Brahmaputra valley that the spontaneous mass agitation against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) will end. But, given the ongoing protest, it seems the agitation is rather going to be a prolonged one. Yes, they have made it clear that the protest will continue till the CAA is rescinded.
CAA Scratch Tribal Non-tribal Amity In Tripura
Although visible movement against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has been withdrawn in Tripura and despite strong opposition, all the tribal based political parties and social bodies stepped back from the agitation; decade long amity between tribals and non-tribals is badly affected in the state. While entire country is debating over citizenship of Hindus and Muslims, in Tripura it has become an issue of tribal and Bengalis.
Ban On Plastic: A Shot In The Arm Of Dying Pottery
Plastic entered our planet in 1870. John Wesley Hyatt, an American extracted plastic from a material called celluloid.
End Of Insurgency In The Northeast?
Northeast India’s insurgents are on the run in Myanmar, their last refuge, with the Tatmadaw (the Myanmar armed forces) launching intense offensive flush out operations in Taga area in north-western Sagaing division on the eastern part of Chindwin river, an area under the control of Khaplang faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagalim or NSCN (K).
PMC Bank And The Fate Of Its Account Holders…
Enforcement Directorate or ED has identified and recovered movable and immovable properties and assets worth Rs 3830 Crore owned by HDIL and its promoters /directors of PMC.
Assembly Elections: More Of An Alliance
Shiv Sena leader Uddhav Thackeray and BJP Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis
Restoring The Glory Of Ayodhya
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is on the way to restore the lost glory of Ayodhya and develop it as Awadhpuri, the name by which the town has been referred in ‘Ramcharitmanas’ penned by Tulsidas. The Uttar Pradesh government has implemented welfare schemes without any bias and ensured that the benefits reach all the people, without any discrimination on the basis of caste, religion, language, just like in Ram Rajya, as Chief Minister inaugurated the development projects worth Rs 226 crore for the city.
A Seminar On Women Empowerment And Heritage Walk
For quite a long time, Dr. Pannalal Oswal Memorial Committee (DPOMC) has been promoting tourism and taking interest in preservation and protection of historical and heritage sites of Dhubri town, and this year too, it took initiatives to create awareness among the students with a view to enlighten them to the town’s glorious past and iconic history.
PM Modi Visits Mathura Remembers The 9/11 Attacks
Prime Minister was in Mathura for a day where he addressed the nation on several important issues, one of then being terrorism.
An Example In Minimizing Plastic Waste
“People used to laugh seeing me collecting plastic waste but now laughing has turned into admiration,” narrated Sadokpam Itombi who runs the first plastic recycling plant in Manipur.
Gandhi ‘The Man Of The Century'
150th Birth Anniversary
An Interaction With The Bjp Leader Vijay Kumar Gupta On Nrc
Present form of final NRC is not acceptable to BJP as names of genuine Indian Citizens dropped deliberately without rhyme or reason: Vijay Kumar Gupta, BJP State Vice-President
Rape Of Minors Rocks Arunachal Pradesh Two Accused Lynched By Mob
The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union while condemning the gruesome incident also called for people to check the credentials of migrant labourers before employing them. In fact the accused duos were found to be working inside the state without the mandatory Inner Line Permits.
Sridevi: The Legendary Actress no more
Likhte, Likhte “Hate” Ho Jaye
WILFUL DEFAULTERS TAKING BANKS FOR A RIDE KOTHARIS LATEST ADDITION.
International Congress On Cotton And Other Fibre Crops At ICAR NEH
Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) complex for North Eastern Hill Region in collaboration with the Cotton Research and Development Association (CRDA) Hisar and Indian Association of Hill Farming (IAHF) organized a four day ‘International Congress’ seminar from 20 th to 23 rd February 2018 on “Cotton and Other Fibre Crops” at the ICAR Research complex for NEH region, Umiam.
How Barak Tea Garden Management Treats Its Workers?
Commercial production of tea began after the conquest of large areas by the British East India Company, the widespread popularity of tea as a recreational drink began in the earnest in the 1920s, after a successful advertising campaign by the Tea Board.
Can Indo-Naga Peace Process Come To Fruition During Modi- Muivahera?
“Seek ye the political kingdom first-not because it matters most, but because in the lack of political order, no normal social development is possible. The state cannot replace society. In the lack of political order, social and individual values are meaningless; they cannot be realised, nor can they be protected from assault, violence and chaos”. - Ben Dor.
The Richest Village of Northeast India
India's expressway to ASEAN.
A Fractured Mandate
An Impulsive Government