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The Unique Ashram: It’s Enduring Services

Posted by - November 29, 2019

NeW Bureau Located at a distance of 80 kilometers from the nearest railway station, Amguri in Assam and at a distance of 30 kilometers from the district H.Q of Mokokchung,Late Natwar Thakkar initiated Nagaland Gandhi Ashram at a PWD shed in the year 1955 at the hilltop of Chuchuyimlang, an Ao Naga Village.The newly excavated

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Natwar Thakkar: The Living Legend

Posted by - November 29, 2019

NeW Bureau The Impulse and Pledge Born to Gujarati parents on 9th October 1932 at Dahanu, a small town on the western coast of Maharashtra, Late Natwar Thakkar lovingly called as Natwarbhai was one of those individuals who followed the call of the heart and dedicated his entire life to the task of ’emotional bridge

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The Play

Posted by - November 25, 2019

Brig Shalendra S Katariya ( Retd ) Watching plays enacted by touring theatre groups is one of my oldest memories. Then there were Ramleela, Krishnaleela, plays in boarding school, the ones enacted by our worthy jawans in the great organisation I served. National and international theatre in our bigger cities and metros were a must

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Mizoram Traffic Police

Posted by - October 21, 2019

NeW Bureau It was long back in 1956 that the then Mizo District council was aware of the necessity of having traffic police for Aizawl Town. In 1957, two Head Constables started learning traffic signal and even performed traffic duty at Bazar Bungkawn Point. However, due to the limited movement of the vehicle the system

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Traffic Jamming: Causes and Impact

Posted by - October 21, 2019

NeW Bureau What causes a traffic jam? The word “congestion” is frequently employed in the road traffic context, both by technicians and by the public at large. It is usually understood as a situation in which there are a large number of vehicles circulating, all of which are moving forward in a slow and irregular

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Katibenla

Posted by - September 12, 2019

NeW Bureau Miss Katibenla,a locomotor/Multiple disabilities, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Rongsennungba from Khensa village, was born on 7th October 2006.She is studying in standard three at Khensa and has two elder siblings. Despite the fact that she is someone with special needs, there is no negative pressure from her peer-mates instead they support her

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Deafness: Not a Curse

Posted by - September 12, 2019

NeW Bureau According to WHO, over 5% of the world’s population or 466 million people has disabling hearing loss (432 million adults and 34 million children). It is estimated that by 2050 over 900 million people or one in every ten people will have disabling hearing loss. Hearing loss may be mild, moderate, severe, or

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