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  • When Supreme Court Warns of Legal Terror

    When Supreme Court Warns of Legal Terror

    TALMIZUR   RAHMAN With a view to protecting women from dowry related crimes, Section 498A was inserted into the Indian Penal Code through an amendment in 1983. The purpose was to uphold the dignity of women, punish the guilty while safeguarding the institution of marriage.  Unfortunately, Section 498A has seemingly gone perilously out of balance with

  • Dedication of a Teacher

    Dedication of a Teacher

    Rudhir Prakash Sarma Dedication lies in the heart of a man. Mr. Radheshyam Dayal is a man who not only does his job well but also with dedication. Presently, he is working as the Head Master of Government Upper Primary School, Dayawath village under Rajgarh Block of Churu District, Rajasthan. A Photo of Head Master



    ARUNAV BARUA Let me begin at the beginning. Education is the first training that we receive in our lives, which remains with us for posterity. They say that the stronger the roots, the better and stronger the tree. Likewise, better the ‘education’, stronger the foundation for life. Let us first delve into the types of

  • Kejriwal to visit Manipur soon

    Kejriwal to visit Manipur soon

    Arvind Kejriwal, National convenor of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is likely to visit Manipur ‘very soon’,says a party source. The former Delhi Chief Minister expressed his desire to visit Manipur when K Zou

  • Corruption and its ugly manifestations

    Corruption and its ugly manifestations

    Arastah Jannat Islam Corruption though seems to be the recent trend in the socio-economic and political scenario of the Indian society, but it has historical background since the days of colonial rule. It has been inherited and delved deeper into psychical condition of the people of the Indian sub-continent. Not a single section is affected

  • Khagen Mahanta – End of a Musical Pilgrimage

    Khagen Mahanta – End of a Musical Pilgrimage

    ZAHEER AKRAM  BORA   “ ……………. Jeutir kolate ari thoi oha Punatir tunuk tanak maat ti aaji thunok thanak kori aahe”.  That was Khagen Mahanta’s protagonist afar from home remembering his little one whose last words echo in his heart while tears roll down his cheeks. It was purely chaste music of humanity which indeed was the

  • Success is an Attitude, not a Phenomenon

    Success is an Attitude, not a Phenomenon

    Shri Shri Ravi Shankar Question: success to this world means money, power and fame. How does one know if we are successful? Is there any measure? The sign of success is a smile. The number of smiles that one has in their day-to-day life indicates how successful one is. You may have a big bank

  • On the brink of extinction

    On the brink of extinction

    Niraj Kakati and Nilmani Rabha A relatively big bird suddenly took flight a few hundred meters ahead of us, though we had not noticed it on the ground. It was of robust size, with large wings, recoiled neck and greyish in colour. As the bird settled on the bank of a stream further apart, we

  • Let’s Talk Fashion

    Let’s Talk Fashion

    Deepa  Kumari Basfore Well, who does not love fashion today or probably a better question would be who is not fashionable?  Whether its metropolis or booming cities like Guwahati, fashionistas is everywhere. At the designer levels, models and fashion designers are grabbing all the eyeballs today. But wait; there is something else, which has sprung

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