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The 14th President of India Ram Nath Kovind

 Former Bihar Governor, the BJP-led NDA candidate won the Presidential polls on 20th July with 65.6% with an accurate number of 702,044 electoral college votes against the UPA candidate Meira Kumar with 34.35% which is 367,314 votes. Counting happened under the supervision of Lok Sabha secretary general Anoop Mishra, who is also the Returning Officer.

Interestingly Ram Nath Kovind is the second Dalit President of India after K.R Narayanan. “Ram Nath Kovind, himself a Dalit and a BJP MP from UP, expressed a more positive view recently, stating that “open” discrimination against dalits has decreased dramatically over the last decade, while the number of persons who genuinely care about helping dalits has increased.

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NAGALAND POLITICAL DRAMA Zeliang Holds On The Edge

Xavier Rutsa

Nagaland is again in the limelight for the wrong reasons in political history, having witnessed the change of guard for the post of Chief Minister twice in five months in 2017. Nagaland Governor PB Acharya on July 19 dismissed the 147 day old government of Dr. Shurhozelie Liezietsu and invited TR Zeliang to form the new government the same day.

The Governor asked Zeliang to prove majority before July 22, however it proved the majority on July 21, with 47 legislators voting in his favour and 11 legislators against it. The Speaker Dr. Imtiwabang Aier did not vote, while one seat is lying vacant.

EXPLAINING THE DECISION TAKEN, GOVERNOR SAYS ACTED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION

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TWIPRALAND MOVEMENT An Instigating Politics of Innocent Mind

By-Biswendu Bhattacharjee

The demand of a separate state for tribal within the state of Tripura appears to be a dream for Indigenous Peoples’ Front of Twipra (IPFT) when BJP is looking to make inroads into power; CPI-M is trying to retain one of its last bastions. Innocent tribal minds were initially polluted by CPI-M during 90s with anti Bengalee propaganda in the hill to come in power but the communal hatred remain in their mind, which is now being exploited by a group of tribal leaders with abetment of leftists.

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CACHAR “Operation save nature.”

By-Jyoti Lal Chowdhury

There has been frequent public outcry against illegal quarrying and mining of sand from the river system of Barak Valley. This has been going on for decades without any action by the forest officials concerned or the administration. The situation has come to such a pass that even the forests and its wealth have become the target of timber-mafias. The media, both print and electronic, has been highlighting with graphic details and photographs how the greenery and the illegal mining and quarrying go on daringly. Of the three districts in this valley, Cachar is richest in natural resources.

According to a forest official who wants to remain anonymous, 90% of the quarrying of stones and mining of sand has been illegal. People, both tribal and non tribal, have often dared to speak out against the mafias.

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Young man from Meghalaya qualifies as AIFF match commissioner

In a three-day seminar conducted by the All India Football Federation(AIFF) for aspiring Match Commissioners in July 2017, 50 candidates appeared for the examination which was held at Mumbai and Kolkata respectively. Among the successful list of 24 candidates, Meghalaya lad Pynshngainlang Nicholas Jyrwa qualified the course which entitles him to officiate in various AIFF competitions.

“If I’m not able to put forward the concerns of my weaker section in the Parliament, I don’t have the right to stay”.

– BSP Chief Mayawati while resigning as Member of Parliament from Rajya Sabha.

“We are residing in India at a time when we do not know whether we have our democracy or not”.

– Mamta Banerjee while addressing the Martyr’s Day rally, commemorating the 1993 Kolkata firing.

Accused of corruption in land for hotel deals, “I was only 13 when the sale of railway hotels took place in 2004.I did not even have a moustache at that time. How can a 13 or 14-year old do all this?”

– RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav’s son and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav told reporters in Patna.

“I have proof that while the first 13 properties were transferred in his name when he was not yet 13, the rest came when he had already grown a ‘moustache and beard’, which makes him culpable,”

– BJP leader Sushil Modi addressing a press conference in Patna.

“Modi’s policies have created space for terrorists in Kashmir. Grave strategic blow for India #Amarnath TerrorAttack. Short term political gain for Modi from PDP alliance has cost India massively... Modi’s personal gain = India’s strategic loss + sacrifice of innocent Indian blood.”

– Slamming PM Narendra Modi, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi onTwitter

“Our society has found an able and competent contractor (PM Narendra Modi) for social welfare. But the danger is that we might put the entire onus on the contractor’s head and sleep. This shouldn’t happen. The people who work for public welfare have a feeling of worship for the country.”

– RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat addressing a function at New Delhi.

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