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Book Review: Slow... by Digonta Bordoloi

In his debut book Slow, Digonta sets the story in the most picturesque and beautiful places of North-East India. Slow is the story of Baba and his family who moves to various towns of the region, thanks to the Government job of Baba’ s father. 369 more words


Power Generation from Renewable Energy Sources

The total installed capacity of power generation from renewable energy sources in the country is 28,067 MW. Major contribution to this is coming from the States of Tamil Nadu (7849 MW), Maharashtra (4188 MW), Gujarat (4079 MW), Karnataka (3605 MW), Rajasthan (3353 MW) and Andhra Pradesh (1114 MW). 822 more words


Sunny day in Wettest Place on Earth

A sunny day in “Wettest place on Earth- Cherrapunji”, Meghalaya, North East India.
The original name of Cherapunji was Sohra, which was pronounced “Churra” by the British. 128 more words


The Manipuri Entrepreneur who has changed the tea drinking habit of the region and created 2000+ jobs

This story is as refreshing as the brew they make. Ragesh Keisham has set out to give Manipur its proper place under the sun, and make true the sobriquet attached to it of being the ‘land that laid the golden egg’. 2,079 more words


The best Ad I watched in the recent past.

Some advertisement’s make an impression that probably lasts forever in our minds.  This sort of Advertisements leave you with a message you can never forget. Here is one such powerful advertisement of Kaun Banega Crorepati. Awesome thought and awesome message.

Social Issues

Interfaith Peace Event in Assam, India, September 2013

The India Peace Centre invited me to speak at a four-day Interfaith Peace School that they conducted in Assam, India, in September 2013. This was the first of a number of peace events planned for different conflict areas of India. 673 more words


MEGHALAYA- The Heaven on Earth

Meghalaya, the abode of cloud, is a destination that epitomizes the rich tradition of Khasi, Jaintias and Garo community, located east of the state Assam. Its capital is Shillong, also known as “Scotland of the East”, situated at an attitude of 1,496 above sea level. 529 more words