21st Mar 2017 09:03:PM Editorials

As the world’s population continues to grow, so does the amount of garbage that people produce. On-the-go lifestyles require easily disposable products, such as soda cans or bottles of water, but the accumulation of these products has…

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20th Mar 2017 08:03:PM Editorials

 

In the pulsating world of Indian advertising, false ads are notoriously common and easy to get away with. It’s not just the smaller firms who bluff their way, peddling everything from weight-loss drugs to libido-enhancing potions on late-night…

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19th Mar 2017 09:03:PM Editorials

A negative aspect of progress and modernization has been the ripples it has created in the traditional family structure and the worst sufferers have been the ageing parents. As youngsters move to fulfill their dreams and aspirations, the…

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18th Mar 2017 10:03:PM Editorials

The feat achieved by student inventor Anang Tadar, who has left everyone in awe with his innovation called ‘Goggle for Blind’ is an astounding outcome of the ‘spirit of inquiry’.

A student of class XI of New Galaxy Academy, Nirjuli,…

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17th Mar 2017 10:03:PM Editorials

The state government’s decision to bring in a ‘one time’ 50: 50 relaxation in Recruitment Rules to fill about 349 Science and Mathematics teachers posts in 2017, despite generating much apprehension among the local populace is a much needed and…

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16th Mar 2017 10:03:PM Editorials

                 The assault on Higio Gungtey a student pursuing studies in Bengaluru by his landlord is very disturbing as over time there has been a significant increase in racial attacks on…

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15th Mar 2017 08:03:PM Editorials

The news of forty-six Muslim clerics in Assam issuing a fatwa against up-and-coming singer Nahid Afrin, who was the first runner-up in the 2015 season of a musical reality TV show, asking her to stop performing in…

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14th Mar 2017 09:03:PM Editorials

Teaching as profession has been marred by absenteeism, lack of commitment and sincerity to the profession; involvement in contract works and so on, have blemished this noble profession. The role of teachers as role models for students has taken a back seat. Increasingly,…

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12th Mar 2017 08:03:PM Editorials

The first ever regional meet of the parents of Divyangjan (persons with disability) organized by Arunachal Pradesh Parents Association for Disabled (APPAD) has raised many pertinent points which are proving a challenge for persons living with disability to lead a dignified existence.

Inadequate infrastructure…

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12th Mar 2017 10:03:AM Editorials

Chit fund companies have duped thousands of gullible depositors of at least Rs 80,000 crore, according to estimates of CBI which is probing such cases across the country. These companies with operations across the country lure people by offering…

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