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Financial World: Be Ware of Risk and Uncertainty

By   /  August 21, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Financial World: Be Ware of Risk and Uncertainty

By Dr B K Mukhopadhyay It is beyond any shade of doubt that financial system is one of the most important inventions of the modern society – the primary task being to move scarce lendable funds from those who save to those who borrow to buy goods and services and to make investments in new equipment […]

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Education and its Economic Outgrowths

By   /  August 17, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Education and its Economic Outgrowths

By Amit Kapoor | IANS In his Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the issue of population explosion in the country and the need to address it. He added education as a means of both moderating the trend of rising population and making them productive as well. Development trends throughout history have shown that […]

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Tips for a Successful Poultry Farming

By   /  August 15, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Tips for a Successful Poultry Farming

Poultry rearing is a very tedious job, it requires minute observation on feeding, management and any sick/ disease condition. Generally, major losses are due to mismanagement or due to infectious diseases. In the beginning, one or two birds may be affected and then spread rapidly and the whole farm birds became involved. Mismanagement are mostly […]

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Brucellosis in Dairy Cattle

By   /  August 9, 2019  /  Feature, Health  /  Comments Off on Brucellosis in Dairy Cattle

What is Brucellosis? Brucellosis is a chronic contagious disease of sexually matured animals, mainly of cattle which cause great economic loss What is the cause of the disease? • Brucellosis is caused by bacterial organisms which are animal specific. Which animals are susceptible to the disease? • Cattle, sheep, pig, buffalo and dog are the […]

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Medümneo – The Festival of Yimchungrü

By   /  August 7, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Medümneo – The Festival of Yimchungrü

The significance of the feast Medümneo means Me-Soul, Tüm-Wrap and Neo-Feast. It is celebrated in the month of August. Its main feast falls from 4th to 8th August and is generally celebrated on 8th August by all Yimchungrü communities. It is a festival that marks the beginning of new harvest crops of the year. Right […]

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Happy Chada Nyi – Jotsoma Youth Organisation

By   /  August 7, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Happy Chada Nyi – Jotsoma Youth Organisation

As we reach the season of “Chada Nyi”, the unique festival of cleaning roads and paths leading to fields, the Jotsoma Youth Organisation (JYO) wishes all Jotsoma villagers and neighbouring villages “Happy Chada Nyi” . This festival is celebrated by the villagers right after paddy cultivation season by cleaning the village roads as well as […]

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Inevitable drudgeries of Nagaland’s unorganised labour sector (Part-2)

By   /  August 7, 2019  /  Feature, Nagaland  /  Comments Off on Inevitable drudgeries of Nagaland’s unorganised labour sector (Part-2)

Dimapur, Aug. 6 (EMN): ‘Business is good, business is bad—it depends on how much you are willing to put in,’ Parmeshwar Das explained as he placed a plate of ‘roti’ and fried curry on the table. He wouldn’t talk much about issues such as, for instance welfare schemes, amenities, or the myriad “tax” he—and thousands […]

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Merkel, Modi Share Good Chemistry, Work on for Merkel Visit: German Envoy

By   /  August 4, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Merkel, Modi Share Good Chemistry, Work on for Merkel Visit: German Envoy

By Ranjana Narayan| IANS During Prime Minister Narendra Modis brief stopover in Berlin last April, he and German Chancellor Angela Merkel were absorbed in chatting by themselves for over 20 minutes in the balcony of the Chancellery, ahead of their official dinner meeting, as senior officials from both sides waited patiently below, in a sign of […]

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Could Modi-Macron Light Up Climate Change Talks?

By   /  August 3, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Could Modi-Macron Light Up Climate Change Talks?

By Rajendra Shende | IANS The seas are rising relentlessly but not the world leaders. Its hot even in the Arctic but decision-makers are cool. Young people are on the streets protesting against inaction, but heads of states huddled together in Osaka, Japan for the G20 meeting with facile jokes, embarrassing handshakes and posed smiles. The […]

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Enabling Cities as Drivers of Economic Growth

By   /  August 3, 2019  /  Feature  /  Comments Off on Enabling Cities as Drivers of Economic Growth

By Amit Kapoor | IANS Economic development always comes with a dash of urbanization. That is almost an economic truism. Empirical studies have shown that nearly all countries that have attained middle-income status were urbanized by at least 50 per cent, and all high-income countries were at 70 to 80 per cent level of urbanization. The […]

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