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Mizoram has highest rate of child abuse in India

Mizoram has highest rate of child abuse in IndiaMizoram has the highest rate of child abuse in the country, with as many as 568 cases of sexual abuse against children reported between January, 2012 and January, 2017. This was highlighted during the kick off ceremony of massive campaign for protection of child against sexual molestation in Aizawl on Thursday last. It was highlighted that cases of sexual abuse against children have been on the rise in Mizoram since 2012. Children are not [...]

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Shillong hosts India’s First Cherry Blossom Festival

Shillong hosts India’s First Cherry Blossom FestivalThe much awaited Cherry Blossom Festival which is the first ever of its kind in India kick-started in the city on Monday with the Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Dr. Mukul Sangma inaugurating the festival at the Polo Grounds. Organised by the Government of Meghalaya in association with the Institute of Bioresources & Sustainable Development (IBSD), Government of India, the four-day festival seeks to promote Meghalaya as a favoured tourist destination to many a domestic and international [...]

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Top 5 resorts in India that change the definition of luxury

Top 5 resorts in IndiaIf somebody says one can experience the luxury to spend a holiday only abroad India, then I says that is a ridiculous thought, here is some top resort around India, that has changed the definition of Luxury so far. The Hospitality of this resort has taken their standard to a different height. Go and have an experienced by yourself, All the best . Taj Fort AguadaThis awful resort is Located in the Favorite holiday destination of [...]

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Cotton College now A++ highest grade holder

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has conferred A++ grade to Cotton College with a CGPA of 3.76 in the 4.00 scale. Addressing to the media, Dr Nirada Devi, Principal, Cotton College, said, “ It is the worth mentioning that ‘A++’ is the highest grade conferred by the NAAC and Cotton College obviously became the first college ever to get the highest grade in the entire NorthEast zone of India. The CGPA of 3.76 scored by the college happens [...]

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4911 hearing aids fitted ,Manipur now in Guinness World record

4911 hearing aids fitted ,Manipur now in Guinness World recordManipur sets its first ever record for fitting 4911 hearing aids  in a span of 8 hours.This  record was  achieved at a Grand hearing aids distribution at Khuman Lampak, Indoor Stadium, sports complex. The event was jointly organised by the National Programme for Prevention of Deafness, National Health Mission, Manipur and ALIMCO( India). Around about 4911 hearing aids were distributed till 4:45p.m evening. The distribution started sharp at 8:45 a.m where patients came from all [...]

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Explore Chail without fail The small hill station in Shimla

Explore Chail without fail The small hill station in ShimlaThe former summer capital of the princely state of Patiala, Chail is a very beautiful hill station located 63 km from Shilma in the Shivalik region of Himachal Pradesh Chail is spread across three hillocks — Rajgarh, Pandewa and Sadh Tiba, covering an area of over 72 acres. Overlooking the valley of Sutlej, it enjoys pleasant climate throughout the year. Chail also offers magnificent and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and overlooks both, Kasauli and Shimla (45 [...]

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The issue of Gender Justice of India

A marriage is a marriage and a divorce is a divorce. The sensitization of religions does not need to be a part of the state it is part of the temple/mosque/church/synagogue. It needs to stay that way. If religion can play a role in helping families live in harmony that should be a welcome move. But when they decide to marry or divorce, it should be handled by the courts. During the framing of the Indian Constitution, it was [...]

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Prime Minister Modi’s working schedule 365 day a year for you

The vision of the prime minister as a relentless karmayogi is certainly a breathtaking one. There are numerous studies to show that grinding out 100-hour weeks (. Plus, it makes you a slave driver who expects those on his team to sync their work routines with his own punishing schedule, resulting in an inordinate degree of stress and distress all around.The Indian prime minister has no respite and his working schedule begins at five in the morning and ends at 3 AM. [...]

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ABUSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF CONVICTS IN INDIA

ABUSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF CONVICTS IN INDIAThe societal impulse to morally indict prisoners is unconstitutional — something the courts and people in general seem to have forgotten. The death of Ramkumar in Chennai Central Prison on September 18 became one of 1700 deaths that occur in Indian prisons each year. The dramatic increase in deaths may be the result of a malfunctioning criminal justice system. Since 2001, prison deaths have increased from 978 to 1704 in 2014 — a 74 per cent rise; the number of [...]

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The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

There are few places on earth which keeps you away from pollution and the stress of city life – these spots at Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh transports one with pleasure Some   places on earth make you forget the need to stay updated with the current world. These could be those amazingly beautiful places thanks to nature’s kindness or they could be places with a great history thanks to early inhabitants who lived, flourished and left permanent marks for the future world [...]

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Things to know about world heritage Hampi

Things to know about world heritage HampiHistory of Hampi dates back to the early period of Lord Rama’s exile. Steeped in hallowed beliefs, the region also reflects the glory and grandeur of the Vijayanagar Empire When it comes to the important world heritage sites in India, the ruins of Hampi hold the top position in the prestigious list. Hampi is basically a village located in the northern part of Karnataka which forms an integral part of the ruins of Vijaynagar (the [...]

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Has India succeeded in isolating Pakistan?

Pakistan has few other friends. The West felt that it needed to assuage Pakistan when tens of thousands of Western troops were in Afghanistan. That policy self-evidently failed, and most Western troops have left. Further, even the Gulf States Pakistan’s usual lenders of the last resort; seem to be shifting towards India. Pakistan’s decision not to send troops to Yemen (for fear of increasing sectarian tension domestically) may prove the final straw. India’s policy of isolating Pakistan is likely to [...]

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