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BBIN rally shows the way for Tripura 04/12/2015
The BBIN motor rally has ended in Kolkata. This rally has brought to the forefront several things to the attention of not only the national media but also the international media. But for Tripura it has brought the importance of its geographical location. The reached many milestones along its 4,500-kilometre route spanning 19 days, there were some "eyeopeners" for the drivers too.

The BBIN motor rally has ended in Kolkata. This rally has brought to the forefront several things to the attention of not only the national media but also the international media. But for Tripura it has brought the importance of its geographical location. The reached many milestones along its 4,500-kilometre route spanning 19 days, there were some "eyeopeners" for the drivers too. From putting wro...

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NE INDIA Puja Parikrama 2015 17/10/2015
Sneak Peek

Here is a sneak peek by NE INDIA to the clubs that will draw the highest number of pandal hoppers during the Durga puja in Agartala. Chatrabandhu club that won national level prize last will draw huge crowds this year by bringing in singer Nachiketa in the inauguration of the pandal. This year the attraction will be on the senior citizens and the message will be loud and clear that their neglect must end. The club will be depicting an old age home. Next in line is the central road Yuva sanghstha puja in Shibbari. The ambiance of a Santiniketan and a Saoutal village in its vicinity will be brought here . Visitors will get a down to earth feeling with Sautal dance also taking place in the pandal. For those looking for two in one Netaji Play Centre (Forum) is bringing both the journey of rive...

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Green resources bring sustainable scopes to rural economy 03/08/2015
Forest resources and value addition to these may change the face of rural economy. Tripura seemingly has good chance to tap the potentiality if it is taken seriously.
PAWAN K. KAUSHIK, Regional Director for CENTRE FOR FOREST-BASED LIVELIHOODS & EXTENSION(CFLE)opines how it can be.


CENTRE FOR FOREST- BASED LIVELIHOODS & EXTENSION (CFLE), is not very familiar name to the ears, if quizzed very few in cities may even can tell what it is about. CFLE is not meant to be remembered for its name, though for notion it sets for people, especially the unprivileged ones with too many odds.
Pawan K Kaushik, a gentleman from Chattisgarh came here years back with a government pos...

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SAFETY FROM FIRE HAZARDS IN BUILDINGS 16/06/2015
Er. Rajesh Kumar Das
Fire safety is a fundamental consideration in all kinds of building design and management. In our country, we have already noticed a number of fire – incidents in which there is violation of fire safety norms. Among recent incidents some are like fire incident at the AMRI Hospital at Kolkata, Fire at the Secretariat Building of Maharashtra to name a few.

What is Fire Hazard? :
There is scope for fire hazards if there is any of the following :

1. Obstruction to escape routes.
2. Any alteration on fire safety works.
3. Removal of any fire safety measure.
4. Lack of proper maintenance of fire safety measures.
5. Any matter or circumstance which increases the likelihood of fire.

Common Fire Hazards :

There may be following common fire hazards in a building:

• Kitchen fires from unattended cooking, such as frying, steaming etc.
• Electrical systems those are overloaded, resulting in hot wiring or connections.
• Combustible storage areas with insufficient protection.
• Combustibles near equipment that generates heat, flame, or sparks.
• Ca...

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Computers: An Afterschool Necessity for Many Young Students 12/09/2014
Shopping for school supplies isn’t what it used to be. Sure, kids still need notebooks, binders and pens — but they won’t survive without the latest technology either, namely a computer.

According to a recent survey commissioned by HP and conducted by Wakefield Research, computers become a significant part of homework assignments for children as young as 10 years old and students aged 6 to 17 spend at least three hours a day on devices with Internet access. However, that much computer use at such a young age raises some concerns among parents.


"If your child is about t...

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