Rising India to always depend on armed force, says Governor Parnaik

NEW DELHI, May 18: Rising India would heavily be dependent on a strong professional armed force, which would continue to play a pivotal role in nation building as it has as a national symbol of national integrity and resilience, Arunachal Pradesh  Governor Lt. General (Retd)  KT Parnaik said at  Manekshaw Centre here on Saturday Delivering a talk on ‘Armed Forces contributions to realise the vision of a Rising India’, in Lt. General PS Bhagat Memorial Lecture,  he recalled the vision of Viksit Bharat and stressed on  transformation of  armed forces…

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International Museum Day celebrated by RIWATCH 

ROING, May 18: The Research Institute of World’s Ancient Tradition Culture and Heritage (RIWATCH) at Khinjili, near here joined the global fraternity in celebrating International Museum Day, themed ‘Museums for Education and Research’, in its museum here on Saturday. International Council of Museums (ICOM) celebrated the Day first this day in 1977 to promote and highlight vital role that museums play in understanding culture and society. Thus, this day is celebrated worldwide every year since then. Various activities, including special lectures, display of international artefacts and demonstration of art of traditional…

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Hariyal bird never sets foot on the ground

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, May 18: There are about 10,000 living avian species, including winged, bipedal, endothermic (warm-blooded) and vertebrate which lay eggs, making them the highest tetrapod vertebrates in the animal kingdom. Some people move very fast from one place to another to be commonly taunted tumhara paon zamin par nahin padta hey kya? (Do your feet touch the ground?) Moreover, the proverb goes tumhara paon zamin par nahin pad raha hey, baat kya hey?  (Your feet are not on the ground, why is the matter? Though…

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Siang Biodiversity Meet ends | Many rare butterflies, birds, moths, snakes, lizard spotted

YINGKIONG, May 18: The week-long 1st edition of Siang Biodiversity Meet concluded today on here on Sunday with 25 visitors, including researchers and nature conservationists from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, West Bengal, Assam, Maharashtra and Uttarakhand, spotting  species of 140 butterflies,100 birds and 300 moths. The event, organised by Gobuk Welfare Society (GWS) in collaboration with EpumSirum Welfare Society (ESWS) with support of Titli Trust, Mouling National Park-cum-wildlife division DFO and Upper Siang district administration, concluded on Sunday. Rare butterflies species spotted were Dark Freak, Brown Gorgon, Yellow Gorgon, Elusive…

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South America Patal Lok of Ramayan!

 Lord Hanuman idols of Maya civilization American explorers give proofs Beyond the Horizon By Pradeep Kumar Sage Balmiki composed Ramyana mentions that Lanka’s demon king Ravan’s younger brother Mahiravan with his magical powers had entered the camp in Panchabati and kidnapped resting Rama and Lakshman using his sorcery and taken them to Patal Lok to perform a ritual by sacrificing them. The sudden disappearance of Rama and Lakshman caused great distress among their allies, but Pawansut Hanuman on learning it had reached Patal Lok, who had forceful fight with Patal…

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KV’s 100% result in CBSE exams

From Our Correspondent TEZU, May18:  The Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) here, like  previous years, excelled this year too ny securing  100% result in classes-X and XII CBSE exams as declared on May 13 last. All 24 class-X students, 31 (humanities) and 22 (science) of class-XII have passed with marvelous marks. In class-X, Masum Hazarika scored 91.8%, Indrani Mandal 89.6% and Kumam Satyam Singh 87.4%.. In class-XII (science), Anjali Debroy scored 88.4%, Ayush Kumar 88.4%and Prabha Kar 87.6% while in humanity Amar Sonar scored 96.8%, Anjali Singh 82.6%s and Chogen Hienkhey 81%.…

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