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Fake Operations

By   /  February 17, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Fake Operations

By D.C. Pathak | IANS A national Intelligence organisation — like that of India — earns the respect of the countrymen because it helps the State in discharging its sovereign function of safeguarding national security, stays completely non-partisan and establishes a method of working that is secretive but never crooked. Since security, by definition, is protection […]

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Importance of Grooming Your Pet Dogs

By   /  February 14, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Importance of Grooming Your Pet Dogs

Grooming is vital in the maintenance of your dogs to keep them hale and hearty and ensure a comfortable life for them. Dog immune system become weak as they get older and thus the skin need extra care. Grooming of dogs keep the skin clean and free from external parasitic infestation Common Grooming Practices in […]

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10th Death Anniversary of Lt. S. Mongtham

By   /  February 6, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on 10th Death Anniversary of Lt. S. Mongtham

*The prime time to love is everyday* 10 years is a long time to count, Otherwise time flies in the blink of an eye. 10 years ago I was a child unwilling to live without my father. So much must have happened within a decade. I’m ten years older than when you first left. Now, […]

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Should India Be Worried About Brexit?

By   /  February 3, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Should India Be Worried About Brexit?

By Naresh Kaushik  | IANS The clock is ticking. Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29, less than two months from now. Itll crash out without a deal if the two sides fail to reach a fresh agreement following a new vote in the British parliament earlier this week. A no […]

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Interim Budget 2019-20: An Inclusive, Directional, Balanced and Growth-Oriented

By   /  February 3, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Interim Budget 2019-20: An Inclusive, Directional, Balanced and Growth-Oriented

By Mithilesh Kumar Sinha Interim Budget 2019-20 is a Budget that boosts consumption through support to farmers and the rural economy by providing direct income transfer; middle class through tax rebates; and to entrepreneurs through ease of doing business. More importantly, the path of fiscal prudence is not missed while creating growth momentum for the […]

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Changing Weather Patterns an Enduring Worry to Northeast

By   /  January 26, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Changing Weather Patterns an Enduring Worry to Northeast

State governments must initiate strategies to develop NE as India’s negative carbon emission zone By Dr. Juby Thomas A report by the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has warned India of harmful cost if current trends of global warming are not addressed immediately. Based on the trends observed in North East from 1971 till date, […]

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What is Inclusive Education?

By   /  January 24, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on What is Inclusive Education?

Inclusive Education is concern with the education and accommodation of all children in the society under a single roof regardless of their physical, intellectual, social or linguistic barriers with a special focus on children with disabilities and learning disabilities who are vulnerable to marginalization and exclusion. Traditional Education had come to be separated into two   […]

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Use of Locally Available Unconventional Feed Stuff in Pig Ration

By   /  January 24, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Use of Locally Available Unconventional Feed Stuff in Pig Ration

Pig production requires a carefully planned and efficient feeding programme. Feed cost of pig production usually account for nearly 60-70 percent of the total production cost. Therefore, it is extremely important that economical as well as nutritionally balance diet are provided during all stages of pig production. The economics of pig feeding depends on locally […]

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Social Media as an Instrument of Combat

By   /  January 20, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Social Media as an Instrument of Combat

By  D.C. Pathak | IANS The Age of Information that set in with the success of IT revolution some three decades ago pushed the world economy and cross-border human interactions up in a transformational manner and established globalisation as a new reality. It has facilitated a phenomenal rise of businesses in terms of both products […]

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Conservation Scientists in Northeast India Face Unending Hurdles

By   /  January 12, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Conservation Scientists in Northeast India Face Unending Hurdles

By Dr. Juby Thomas | EMN Protecting a wide variety of animals, plants and other species is of economic, ecological and socio-cultural importance, conservation scientists risk their life and unravel the fundamental mysteries of life on the land, water and air. Efforts to protect these resources amidst growing developmental pressures and human populations are a global […]

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