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Sikkim Summit for Tribal Status 2018 was held at Gangtok on May 2018. The summit was organized by Eleven Indigenous Ethnic Communities of Sikkim (EIECOS) in collaboration with Sikkim Commission for Backward Classes and Social Welfare Department, Government of Sikkim. At this summit, Chief Minister Pawan Chamling emphasized on tribal status restored for Sikkim Nepali communities.

Chief Minister Stated that the ‘historical injustice was done to Sikkimese Nepali community. which he wants to restore for 11 left out Nepali communities of Sikkim. The matter which he had placed before all leaders in the nation including Prime Minister Narendra Modiji in his visit to Sikkim in 2016 as well.

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Yoga in regenerative medicine facilitates better recovery with ease by providing solutions for various diseases that plague mankind. The rebuilding of connective tissue via the technique of yoga and therapy is a highly reliable, natural, cost effective and a non surgical treatment option without any side effect and harm. Yoga is well known form of treatment from ancient days in rebuilding synaptic connection and the treatment of blood related disorder and respiration neuronal disorder in coordinating mind, body and spirit. Yoga and pranayama originated in India and is now being practiced all over the world to harvest its medicinal and therapeutics benefits in health care. Practicing yoga a non-invasive way to promotes trafficking of the stem cells from bone marrow tissue regeneration, repair and to take care of daily wear and tear and degenerating tissues. 

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A decade-long debate for a strategy to fight against non-degradable polymer and synthetic organic materials got an impetus, as India becomes host country to celebrate World Environment Day (WED) 2018. The country had a big role in Stockholm environment conference in 1972 where United Nations announced the day of celebration across the world. The then Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi in her historical speech in the plenary session of conference uttered, “The solution of these problems cannot be isolated phenomena of marginal importance but must be an integral part of the unfolding of the very process of development.” The world today realized the context and unfolded concern of Mrs. Gandhi after 46 years. India is the host country this year and has selected the topic to raise awareness among common mass and  get involve to - Beat Plastic Pollution. In 2005, India first time realized the impending threat of poly bags on agriculture and marine life. In the technical discourses, it was suggested to the states to put a ban on the use of plastic carry bags and do not allow the industry to grow up. The then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, also held the portfolio of environment had reiterated the concern over growing trend of plastic use in daily life.

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The Janata Dal (Secular) led by its President H.D.Kumaraswamy would form the government in alliance with the Congress in Karnataka. Prior to that, much water had flown in after the Bharatiya Janata Party leader B.S. Yeddyurappa tendered his resignation instantly following his inability to face the floor test to prove his party’s majority within a short-span of time, as directed by the Supreme Court. It is pertinent to point out here that the Governor Vajubhai Vala had earlier invited the single largest party led by Yeddyurappa to form the government, with 15 days time to prove his majority. The tide tilted in favour of the Congress-JD(S) combine, when they approached the Supreme Court to seek justice.

The insiders in the BJP regret that their party missed a golden opportunity to gain sympathy from the people. A large number of party loyalists and a section of cadre were unable to defend the haste in which Yeddyurappa and his trusted lieutenants made an attempt to form the government, without realising the ground reality, that the simple arithmetic was eluding them. It was an open secret that the BJP made a frantic attempt to form the government by indulging in horse-trading. Yeddyurappa was confident-personified and opined that there was no stoppage of his forming the government and he will be ruling the destiny of Karnataka for the third time around with redoubled vigour. The BJP virtually took the South of Vindhyas for granted, but the harsh reality had dawned on them, that its attempt to lure some MLAs from Congress and JD(S), as alleged by the JD(S) with Rs 100 crore and ministerial berths went in vain.

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The Karnataka assembly results have firmed up the Madhya Pradesh Congress leadership’s resolve to join hands with the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Samajwadi Party before the assembly poll in the state due in November this year. The Congress has learned useful lessons from the fractured mandate in the southern state which could have been a clear majority for the alliance had the Congress and the Janata Dal (Secular) entered into a pre-election pact. That the two parties still managed to cobble together a post-poll alliance to form a rag-tag government is a matter of only poor consolation for the party. Like Janata Dal (S) in Karnataka, the BSP could prove to be a spoiler for the Congress in Madhya Pradesh unless they agree on seat sharing before the elections.