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Folktales of Barak Valley

Mighty Barak; originating from Naga hills it flows through vast tracts of land before entering Bangladesh. The land crisscrossed by Barak and its innumerous tributaries is known as Barak Valley. Before the advent of British rule, the valley was ruled by Dimasa kings. Dimasa kings

Holus-Bolus

Their eyes met in the school campus during a program . Tithi was performing  with her classmate when Ravin saw her for the first time. In spite of the fact that they both were in the same school for years, they did not interact. Tithi

7 Books To Read Before Turning 30

Are you a kind of person who loves to read books? Here are the books you must read before turning thirty. 1. Crime and Punishment , by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. This novel mainly focuses on the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Rodion Raskolnikov, impoverished ex-student in

7 Unknown Places To Visit In India

Travelling is always fun, especially when you have a bunch of crazy friends. No doubt India has a variety of places to visit. But why not enjoy the beauty of some of the unexplored places? Listed below are some of the unexplored places which you

Assam Flood – 52 Dead, 17.43 Lakhs Affected

Every year, the people of Assam suffer huge losses in the agriculture sector. 2017 has also been the same. Due to heavy rainfall, Assam is again affected by floods. Nearly 15 lakh people are affected in 25 districts of this state. According to a report

RBI to Launch New Notes Soon

After  the RBI board meeting happened in the month of march, the central bank decided to launch new notes! Yes, the government will be launching new notes very soon. In fact the printing of those notes will start after the month of June.   According

School Days

From being that noisy nursery student to the matured PCM student,  school life has always been full of joy. Do you remember, when you had entered your school premises for the very first time,holding your parents hands tightly, how much tensed you were then? You

Pakistan To Ban Tehreek-E-Azadi, Jammu and Kashmir (TAJK)?

Pakistan to ban the terrorist group Tehreek-e-Azadi, Jammu and Kashmir (TAJK) after India raised the  issue at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). India claims that TAJK is the front of the 26/11 mastermind Hafeez Saeed’s  Jamaat-Ud-Dawa (JuD). According to the website of the National

Woman Beaten Up By Male Officers In Prison

Indrani Mukherjee, ( former media entrepreneur, who has been in jail since 2015 on charges of murdering her daughter, Sheena Bora ) revealed the harsh of the jails of India. According to sources, Mrs. Mukherjee told a court in Mumbai that she and the other

GJM demands Gorkhaland

The crisis, that has now paralyzed India’s one of the most beautiful hill stations of India viz. Darjeeling seems to be the result of Gorkha Janmukti Mancha  (GJM)’s apprehension of the Mamata Banerjee government forcing bengali as the compulsory subject for school students in hills.

RBI Shall Accept Old Currencies From The Banks

NEW DELHI: The government has now given the last chance to the district cooperative banks, commercial banks and post offices to deposit the banned old currencies with the Reserve Bank by July 20th, provided they were collected in time. After the shocking announcement of Demonetization,

Music Education In India

In today’s age, music has occupied a big part of our life. Every person we know is fond of music. But did we ever think that music can be a subject to study? Music education has been in low light because of the lack of

Python Swallows A Woman: Is This Really True?

Can you ever imagine a huge python swallowing a human? Well, it’s a bit difficult. But suddenly an old picture pops up from nowhere is now going viral on social media. Some people claim that this picture was taken in South Africa where a huge snake

The Great Indian Music Industry!

Every culture in this world has its own dance, its own music. There are many forms of music. Music has been divided into many kinds which include rock and roll, jazz, pop, classical, folk, etc.  Again, classical music had been divided into many parts. But