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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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 There are several problems in Assam which need immediate solution in the State because they have over the years troubled its people. These issues are mostly age-old and, therefore, have become cliched in the media, as have been floods and soil-erosion. No wonder, they will continue to be so till a long-term solution is found out, in spite of their losing importance. Now-a-days, however, one single but critical issue that has been the much talked about topic in Assam is the recent announcement of the current incumbent State government to begin teaching the two royal subjects – Mathematics and Science – to Class 3 in English in the Government schools. The news has naturally led to an academic debate.

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With a view to instilling elixir of patriotism into citizens, the Uttar Pradesh Government has celebrated Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav with fanfare.  Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav  already commenced 75 week prior to 75th anniversary of independence. It's true that the future of a nation is bright only when it remains connected moment by moment with the pride of its past experiences and heritage.

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When the world was young and all the animals spoke the language of mankind, the peacock, U Klew, was but an ordinary grey feathered  bird without any pretensions to beauty. But, even in those days, he was much given to pride and vanity, and strutted about with all the majesty of that royalty, just because his turf was more erect than other birds and  his tail being longer, was carried with more grace than those of any of his companions.

He was a very unaccommodating neighbour. His tail was so long that he could not enter the houses of most of  other birds. So he always attended the courts of the great, and was entertained by one or other of the wealthy birds at times of festivals in the jungle. He thus had very high opinion about himself adding to self-importance. He became so haughty and overbearing that he was cordially disliked by his neighbours, who endeavored to repay him by playing many a jest at his expense.

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