30th Apr 2017 09:04:PM Editorials

International Workers’ Day is the big celebration on the world level and it is celebrated to commemorate the 4th of May of 1886, the Haymarket affair (Haymarket Massacre) in the Chicago. It is the big event of that year when workers…

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30th Apr 2017 09:04:AM Editorials

Expressing concern over the state of the Namdapha Tiger Reserve, CM Pema Khandu had directed authorities to make local residents in buffer zones and fringe areas partners by providing them with opportunities to take up economically viable projects. He couldn’t…

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28th Apr 2017 10:04:PM Editorials

One really does not know what to make out of abbreviation VIP. Is it very important person or very ignorant person or very incompetent person or very innocuous person or very illiterate person or very insecure person? But…

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27th Apr 2017 09:04:PM Editorials

 Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein​recently had called ​ for shrugging-off ‘compensation culture’ for development to take place is a most genuine observation. The blight of inflated compensation demands has obviously not gone unnoticed to the central government if one has to analyze Union Minister…

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26th Apr 2017 09:04:PM Editorials

 

Pre-monsoon showers have already claimed three lives in landslide signaling the arrival of this time of year where anxiety is palpable among residents and the administration as they brace themselves for the havoc of the rainy season.

According to…

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25th Apr 2017 09:04:PM Editorials

With the monsoon approaching, spread of malaria and other vector borne diseases poses an imminent threat. As per a 2015 WHO-UNICEF report, India is third among 15 countries having the highest cases of malaria and deaths due to the disease.  On the…

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24th Apr 2017 09:04:PM Editorials

In the backdrop of allegations, that the Modi government is trying to impose Hindi on non-Hindi speaking states, the Centre today clarified that it is only promoting it like other regional languages.

Recently, the Pema Khandu led Bharatiya Janata…

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23rd Apr 2017 08:04:PM Editorials

Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik is the holder of many world records and is also the recipient of the fourth highest civilian award Padma Shri in 2014. His intricate sand sculptures on current themes are awe inspiring for people who visit…

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22nd Apr 2017 10:04:PM Editorials

In urban cities, red beacon-fitted vehicles has come to be despised, together with their occupants, for either causing traffic jams or cutting through them as lesser mortals watched in frustration. These cute red conical lights have been put…

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21st Apr 2017 10:04:PM Editorials

If majority of India resides in its villages, then technically Arunachal is one vast village, leaving a few, most places across the state are still struggling for basic amenities. Even till date villages do not have access…

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