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TEMI-TEA start-ups aim for perfect brew

By Sandeep Kr. Rai

Sikkim’s Temi Tea grew as one of the best tea and in its first flushes tea startups aim for perfect brew for tea connoisseurs in the state and beyond. Making a cuppa is an art, and beverage start-ups in Sikkim know that — they’re looking at profit and taste over growth and expansion as they build Organic brand. Temi is a small sized single tea estate.

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Birubala Rabha A woman of Substance

 By Kishore Talukdar

Birubala Rabha has made a plea to Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council RHAC to give incentives to her dream project of setting up a shelter house for the victims of the witch hunt. “We have submitted a project in February this year in this connection. Erecting the shelter is imperative at this hour because once we provide them the security of permanent shelter, they can lead a stable life,” Birubala Rabha felt. When asked on this matter, Chief of RHAC Tankeshawr Rabha told: “We are contemplating on the matter. ”Dr Natyabir Das, coordinator of Birubala Mission told that there would be an office, production cum sale centre and a residential unit in the project.

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SIKKIM TO ENACT “Well Being of Generation Act”

By Sandeep Wakchali

For accurate reporting of climate change and adaptation in media, the information gap between journalists and experts need to be bridged. This can be done through regular interaction between media and scientists as well as policymakers.

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THE POLITICKING CLOCK IN MEGHALAYA

By Sumar Sing Sawian

The “Politicking” clock in Meghalaya is ticking away. Alarm bells soon would be ringing for the wake-up to the general elections in the state, just round the turning in 2018. The scene is however in the backdrop of confusion, considering the governance in the state by the Congress-led Meghalaya United Alliance.

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This is not Kashmir! BARAK VALLEY Pre-monsoon deluge

By Jyotilal Choudhury

The record breaking torrential rains of 85 mm in the early three days of April across Barak Valley and the subsequent unstoppable downpours sent alarm bell, creating panic among the people. It was unprecedented as the incessant downpours in the hills and the plains led to swelling of river Barak and all its tributaries.

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