29th Aug 2017 09:08:PM Editorials

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy is a proverb which dates back to 1659 holds great meaning even to this day. Continuous work without rest or relaxation is harmful to one’s personal life and…

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28th Aug 2017 10:08:PM Editorials

In an encouraging move, the Arunachal Pradesh Government is going to honour 300 sports achievers on August 29, observed as National Sports Day; which so far has remained a low-key affair and has passed us yearly without a blip.

A fine…

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27th Aug 2017 09:08:PM Editorials

The Indigenous tribes of Arunachal are agrarian, however the hilly terrain and lack of area for wet rice cultivation has largely hindered its production potential. In other words, the local populace is heavily dependent on other states for…

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26th Aug 2017 10:08:PM Editorials

The 4-lane highway has taken its first step to realisation with the capital administration carrying out eviction from the Chandranagar area a day earlier. This long pending project heralds a new beginning for the capital complex which is…

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25th Aug 2017 09:08: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 sandsculptures on current themes are awe inspiring for people who visit the Puri Beach in Odisha…

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24th Aug 2017 10:08:PM Editorials

Privacy includes at its core the preservation of personal intimacies, the sanctity of family life, marriage, procreation, the home and sexual orientation. Privacy also connotes a right to be left alone. Privacy safeguards individual autonomy and recognises the…

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23rd Aug 2017 08:08:PM Editorials

Once again law enforcement has been left red-faced, this time with the arrest of two IRBN personnel for vandalising an ATM in an attempted robbery. The incident sounds ridiculous, as just a few days back, a young college…

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22nd Aug 2017 10:08:PM Editorials

The image that is most associated with Swacch Bharat is of VIPs wielding brooms to sweep the dirt or garbage in the streets. Sweeping streets with brooms only touches the tip of the problem, especially if there is…

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21st Aug 2017 09:08:PM Editorials

Its vast ice sheets and monsoon run-off makes the Tibetan plateau one of the largest sources of fresh water on an increasingly thirsty planet. It supplies 1.3 billion people with water for irrigation and drinking, and offers the promise of unparalleled hydropower.…

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20th Aug 2017 09:08:PM Editorials

The "e-Inner Line Permit (ILP)" implemented by the Department of IT & C has been awarded at a function in Goa. The award is not the point, but from a layman perspective, the e-ILP is an initiative which is…

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