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Progressively the start-up setting has been increasing in the North East region due to government initiatives, organizations and independent enthusiast, creating entrepreneurs to ideate, innovate, and challenge the shortcomings in the region.

North East region is inadequate due to assorted reasons. Logistic is one factor wherein, the cost is higher as compared to bigger cities therefore, failing to impress the investors and other corporate bodies across. 

A debate on the geography, infrastructure, and roads links is an endless matter. However, we lack recognition of the leading entrepreneurs especially women from North East Region who made a far-fetched mark in the metropolitan cities. Their entrepreneurial skills not only brought glory, money, and status but it does fortify the state in general.

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The big one- the earth shaking, along the 600 kilometer stretch of Central Himalaya, is on its way, alerting seismologist and scientists who attended the International Conference at Indian Institute of Technology at Mandi. The strain is already building up since the Indian tectonic rammed against the Asian plate, resulting in the gaining of height of the Himalayan Mountains. The biggest quake of 8.7 magnitudes in Assam in the year 1950 is recorded as being one of the biggest in the Himalayan region till date.

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In the midst of formal employment crisis across India over last few years during Narendra Modi’s role, Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) during the process of 17th Loksabha election comes out with a study report on unemployment in the country that brought a smile in BJP government in Tripura. The report showed a steady decline of unemployment in Tripura and in last one year it has reduced to 22.7 percent up to February this year corresponding to last year’s figure 30 percent.

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The elections are over. The brazen cockfight between the warring political parties is over. By the time this article will be published, the third phase of Lok Sabha polls will be over in Assam and the raging debate on Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 that dominated the campaign trail in this election will go into oblivion.

Congress’ Nyunatam Aay Yojana (NYAY) seems to be the flavour of the season—at least for the beleaguered party Chief Rahul Gandhi. The irony of Indian politics is that all the parties rely on doles since they believe that doles are the only route to the corridors of power in Delhi.

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BidyaMandir aims at creating a school with a difference and it strives hard to achieve the dream of imparting quality education following CBSE curriculum to children with the co-operation of the benign but experienced and caring staffs.

School’s core value is to attain the socio-economical upliftment and encouragement of unprivileged and downtrodden sector of the society in the field of education to make nation great.

Vision: The vision of Bidya Mandir is to empower students to persuade, to demonstrate, with eloquence and value knowledge and skills that will abutment them as life-long learners, to participate in and devote to the global world and practice the core values of the school: dignity, tolerance and inclusion, excellence and enjoyment.

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On 29th April 2019, Sh. Mulkh Raj Jarngal, the Additional Director General & HOD, North Eastern Region, Geological Survey of India, Shillong unveiled two geo-scientific display boards at the river bank of Wahrew Therriaghat, Sohbar Village and Mawmluh Cave in presence of Officers from District Administration, Mawmluh Cherra Cemented Limited (MCCL) Department of Tourism of Government of Meghalaya and local villagers and students. The display of these two boards with the Geo-Scientific Information (GSI) will help in creating awareness among the visiting tourists, students as well as the general public. The GSI took this step to polarize these two sites to educate the public and help them to preserve these places in order to conduct more studies regarding the climate changes around the globe.

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The Indian aviation industry took a massive blow on 17 April 2019 when Jet Airways was forced to indefinitely halt all its flight operations after its banks rejected its plea for emergency funds. Once known as the nation’s largest airline, it contained a fleet of around 120 largely Boeing Co planes.

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), India’s aviation sector supports 7.5 million jobs directly and indirectly in the country and makes up 30 billion rupees of its gross domestic product or 1.5 per cent of the economy. Data gathered from Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) reveals that India’s air passenger traffic has grown by at least 16% annually over the past decade. Domestic passenger traffic grew around 18.28 per cent to reach 243 million in 2018-19 and is expected to become 293 million in 2020. When it comes to international passengers, it grew by 10.43 per cent to reach 65 million in 2018 and traffic is expected to become 76 million in 2020. In 2018-19, domestic freight traffic stood at 1,213.06 million tonnes, while international freight traffic was at 2,143.97 million tonnes. India’s domestic and international aircraft movements grew 14.40 per cent and 9.40 per cent to 1,886.63 thousand and 437.93 thousand during 2017-18.

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