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EGM appeals

The Editors' Guild, Manipur EGM has appealed to all the Civil Society Organisations CSO and NGOs both inside and outside the State not to release statements or materials that may cause unrest and hatred among the different communities in the State Source The ... E Pao!, 2 months ago

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Our vote

Dear Editor, The public should cast vote as a privilege, not as an obligation. The integrity of politics, stability of society, development of economy, flourishing of culture and the well-being of people, all depend upon a sound political system of a nation.
 State Times1 month ago

Wait and watch

Dear Editor, It appears to be a far cry to talk of a cashless society in a country where connectivity is not available at many places, 70 per cent of the population lives in rural areas, 40 per cent of people are uneducated, and the Internet speed is 3.5 mbps ...
 State Times1 month ago

MRSI(The Market Research Society of India) 26th Seminar Live

editors: The following press release comes to you under an arrangement with PRNewswire.
 DNA1 week ago

Society for Science and the Public Launches Campaign

editors: The following press release comes to you under an arrangement with PRNewswire.
 DNA1 week ago
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47th Thuglak anniversary: PM Narendra Modi remembers Cho Ramaswamy, says we need more satire and humour

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, lauding political satirist and editor Cho Ramaswamy for having mastered the art of satire and humour, said "both are needed to build bridges between communities and societies".
 Zee News1 month ago Need more satire and humour to build bridges between communities: Modi  Prokerala1 month ago Modi says war against corrupt till victory  Sify2 months ago

Examination festival

Dear Editor, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his monthly radio programme, ‘Mann Ki Baat’, spoke on a subject of utmost importance to the largest segment of our society – the students. With an eye on school examinations round the corner, ...
 State Times2 weeks ago

Cashless India

Dear Editor, With the New Year spirit entering our doorstep to welcome 2017 in our lives, India still continues to be driven by the use of cash, with only 5 per cent of all payments happening electronically. PM Modi’s vision talks about the idea of ...
 State Times1 month ago

Sena our 'true well wisher': say winner Muslim candidates

Shiv Sena, which is identified with the Hindutva ideology, has managed to make inroads in citys two Muslim pockets with the winning candidates calling the saffron party as their "true well wisher". The party put up a decent show by winning on 84 seats in the ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago

Journalists assaulted during clashes at DU's Ramjas College

A number of mediapersons were attacked during the clashes between students belonging to the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the Delhi University Students' Union and Leftist student organisations at the University of Delhi on Wednesday, 22 February.
 catchnews.com4 days ago
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