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Dr. Kalidas Sarma met with the Professor Dhananjoy Joshi, recently at Delhi. Professor Joshi was a professor, Dean & Professor of Education in GGSIP University New Delhi and presently the Vice Chancellor of Delhi Teachers University. Discussed with him on various aims and objectives of DTU and  its future contour. This is the first teacher’s training University. Here are his excerpts on it:

K.Sarma- As the Delhi Teachers University has come up in a new way in Delhi and you are the first V.C of this university, what is your opinion in this regard?

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Can scams have political Prem Kahani or love-tangles, coinage of new terms pertaining to the world of thievery, outburst of Gussa when a politician is touched by a lady cop and his arch rivals claiming he likes touch of only males not females?

Such things may not have happened in any other scam-stained Indian state but has taken place in the Trinamool Congress ruled West Bengal: now a field of Chore-Sipahi (thief-cop) game with ED and CBI chasing scam-tainted politicians and they are clamouring we are harassed by the bosses of BJP.  

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A Chinese proverb says ‘give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime’. Going by this proverb, Meghalaya politics and its legislative assembly elections have been nothing but fishy with a stench of stale and rotten fish. The proverb plainly means that instead of giving niceties, cosmetic symbolism without substance, tokenism and brittle gifts at the eleventh hour, it is better to pave a platform, provide a means, coach and mentor, empower the people and create an environment for holistic development. It is more meaningful and productive to chart a vision and strategies into the long-term. This proverb is significant as over the years the politics, elections and governance largely manifest the limits of ‘giving fish’. The people have failed to see the light. Meghalaya democracy is more of a play in darkness. One does not know what the future will be. But, is the political class only to be blamed?

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To commemorate the auspicious occasion of World Photography Day, 2022, the Directorate of Information and Public Relations, DIPR, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, in association with the Department of Mass Communication, Rajiv Gandhi University, organized a-two-day extensive International Photo Exhibition on the 19 and 20 of August 2022 to creatively appreciate the knack and implication of Photography as an art of storytelling. The event was attended by various dignitaries including Prof Saket Kushwaha, Vice Chancellor, RGU, as Chief Guest and Mr. Onyok Pertin, Director, DIPR, Itanagar, along with faculty members and student participants from the Department of Mass Communication, Saint Claret College Ziro (SCCZ), escorted by Assistant Professors- Ms. Sonam Sultana Shah (HoD) and Mr. Donye Natung, amidst other high officials from the IPR department, the media fraternity, artists and people from various walks of life graced the occasion whilst celebrating the important day.

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On 26 August in Sarajevo, Bosnia, Linthoi Chanambam defeated Brazil’s Bianca Reis in the finals of the women’s 57kg category, to clinch the gold at the World Cadet Judo under-18 Championship. Not only did she fulfilled her father’s wishes but scripted history as well by becoming the first Indian to win a world title in Judo in a tournament across all age groups for the country. Linthoi celebrated her 15th birthday on 31 December 2006.

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