I have been left immensely enthused, inspired and lifted reading ‘As A Man Thinketh’ by James Allen. His words pumped so much positivity and life that, right now, I consider myself no less than a special ‘citizen’ of the Republic of India. 1,883 more words
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This autumn season, three people fired salvos of stinging press statements specifically targeting the 50K Chakma community, a peaceful Buddhist community with migrant roots living in Arunachal Pradesh for the last 53 years: the ‘all powerful AAPSU President’, the Arunachalese Chief Minister and an Arunachalese Central Minister. 731 more words
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission hnuaia exam tum zingah Chakma pali an tel avangin state huap zirlai pawl, AAPSU an lungawi lo hle.
APPSC hnuaia exam beih tum, Chakma 4 zinga 1 chu Scheduled Tribe angin a inziak a, 3 chu General Category-ah an inziak a, AAPSU chuan Chakma-te hi ram leilung fa an nih loh bakah ram khua leh tui an nih loh avangin an exam ve thei lo nia sawiin, dan bawhchhia niin an sawi. 182 more words
Oct 19, 2017, Ningani khan Committee for Citizenship Rights of the Chakmas and Hajongs of Arunachal Pradesh (CCRCHAP) leh Arunachal Pradesh Chakma Students’ Union (APCSU) te chuan Arunachal Pradesh state sorkar-in tunkar vek Nilaini a House a Chakma leh Hajong te citizenship hnawlna resolution a siam (adopt) chu lungawilovin Supreme Court-ah zualko an tum. 312 more words
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the 1983 Nobel Peace Prize, was chair of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This article was adapted from the speech he gave at the University of Toronto upon the receipt of an honorary doctoral degree. 1,369 more words