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Tokyo Olympics turned out to be the best ever outing for India in the history of the greatsporting extravaganza of the world. With one Gold, two silver and four bronze, the seven medal haul is the greatest ever podium finish for India till date. The icing is Neeraj Chopra’s gold, the first ever athletic medal for India since 1900.

Before the Tokyo games, the London Olympics 2012 was tagged the best performance for India with six medals – two silver and four bronze. In the Beijing Olympics 2008, although Abhinav Bindra won India’s first individual Olympic Gold medal in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle Shooting, India could win only three medals including two bronze.

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To take a risk is an ability which is inborn in every human. However, most loose this ability with the passage of time. Few people destined to be leaders in their areas of interest take the plunge in directions in which they risk it all to get to their goals. One such leader in development for the state of Meghalaya is Dahun Shisha Lyngdoh. She not only left a lucrative career with the corporate giant Google but went all out in her preparation of Meghalaya Civil Services. The result reflects the hard work. She topped the civil services examinations in the state. Add a comment Read more: Dahun Shisha Lyngdoh tops Meghalaya Civil Service Examination
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There was a time, say till the 70s when the countenance of Guwahati was almost like that of a somnolent, nondescript town. But in the past forty years, the city has undergone a sea-change. Both in terms of length and breadth, it has stretched out considerably, thanks to the ever-growing city population and large-scale exodus of people from various parts of Assam and the North-Eastern states. This migration of people from the rest of the region is triggered by their requirements for higher studies, engineering, or medical courses, better employment opportunities or even for improved health-care system easily available in the city.

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It was a dream come true for the BJP leader, who had aimed for the post long ago. Himanta Biswa Sarma Sarma, who is also the convenor of the North East Democratic Alliance, became the Chief Minister for the first time and was officially sworn-in as the 15th Chief Minister of Assam administered the oath by Governor JagdishMukhi on 10 May. The newly-elected Chief Minister began his day by offering prayers at DoulGobinda Temple and Kamakhya Temple and sought the blessings of the people of his constituency Jalukbari.

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