Estd. 2006
Articles / Features
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1 Give blood, share lifeTemjenkabaThe slogan is "Give blood. Share life” Blood transfusion is an essential component of emergency health care. .
2 Engine chugs in, Agartala is on the rail netRatnadeep ChoudhuryEight years old Samrat kept his ears close to the rail track in a bid to catch an 'unknown' noise amid sounds of impending joy and celebration. He kept struck to the rail, as his ear has sensed the sl.
3 Agnigarh – love site of NortheastMeghalee NathA saying by Richard Bach goes, “True love stories never have endings”. However, a further addition to this thought can be said that true love stories never have endings, but what they have is memories.
4 Forgotten BrusStijn PietersIn 1997 35 000 Brus were forced out the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram after violent ethnic clashes with the Mizos. Since then the internally displaced Brus, also known as Reangs, live in six re.
5 Cult glue Mizo man scores 50 within 64Dave ChhakchhuakA 64-year old, Ziona is married to 50 wives, a father of over 100 children, still counting, known to his people as the head of the largest joint family in the earth, with over 180 members at Perching .
6 Border troops tame Malaria with face maskRamananda Roy AcharjeeCan we think mosquitoes can be deadlier than militants? Is it not hearing very funny? But it's true in the northeastern Tripura state. The Border Security Force remained panic stricken in the state no.
7 Mithun, the pride of NagalandKetarutmakboMithun the pride of Nagaland is a highly traditional prize unique animal, it is found in a few North Eastern states and at present there are four defined strains in India namely Arunachal, Nagaland, M.
8 Values, Education and Human Rights: Challenges and suggestionsDipankar BiswasAll human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
9 St. Edmund's – the education citadel of NortheastMoumita Deb Choudhury"Facta non Verba: deeds not words" is the philosophy on which St. Edmund's college of Shillong thrives. Located in the heart of the city.
10 Dhamma Dipa sagaSyed Sajjad AliA deserted site and stomping ground of terrorists and militants a decade ago, has become an ideal centre of learning and has even attracted the attention of His Holiness the Dalai Lama..