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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.
Beyond The Rainbow By Murli Melwani
These short stories are set in the global Sindhi diaspora and bring us real characters and situations that we are all familiar with!
Map your way past grove-riddled pathways, meandering streamlets, mystical dens, cloudy terrains, and endless stairways nestled in Meghalaya’s crevices
Inspiring Role-models from NE
We list a few inspiring role-models who have conquered all obstacles to achieve their dreams
Soulmate Explore Political Corruption, Keep the Message Radiant on New Album ‘Give Love'
Shillong blues experts Rudy Wallang and Tipriti Kharbangar talk about the making of their latest record, livestreams and more
Grief. Joy. Love. Loss. This virus kills them all
Pandemic or apocalypse, the cycle of life must go on. All plans and goals can be deferred, but not the inevitable. We explore how people are dealing with birth and death during the lockdown.
Beyond the Usual
Labakorcy War doesn’t believe in following the pack, she wants to carve her own path
STIRRING UP CONVERSATIONS
Addressing stereotypes about North-East India is a key element of Abhineet Mishra’s stand-up comedy act on stage. We test his skills in the kitchen, where the reluctant cook gamely whips up a staple dish of the region while filling Zaral Shah in on the less-talked-about culinary connection with his roots
Meghalaya - Stop Look Ride
CAREFREE AND FUN-FILLED DAYS ON THE ROADS EXPLORING THE ‘ABODE OF THE CLOUDS’
The Business Of Learning
Encouraging private investments in the education sector is the need of the hour in the Northeast
Tranquil And Serene
Tranquil And Serene