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Chalo Dilli

Courtesy: The Assam Tribune (April 23, 2011) Horizon RK Rishikesh Sinha writes about the migration of youths from the Northeast to the national capital for greener pastures. We have heard it many times from our well- wishers. This thought has now been supported by a study conducted by the North East Support Centre and Helpline. According to the study, Delhi has come out as the most preferred destination for youngsters from the Northeast. The continuous migration from this region has brought Delhi to such a state that today the capital city look ‘visually-overcrowded’ with Northeasterner than it is in Northeast! There are perhaps no office, bazaar, school, college and corporate house in Delhi that don’t have the presence of Northeasterners. People from this area have sneaked into all possible spheres of profession — media, advertising, call centre, retail, IT, ITeS, etc. — in every nook and corner of the capital city like Rajendra Place, Indra Vihar, Gandhi Vihar, South Extensi

Viral Copy

A statistical figure which has not been ever given priority, so never published here in this blog is — content leaving from this blog. Here it is, on an average in a month, over 60 articles are copied. Where these articles goes? It ends up in Microsoft word [so that the articles could be printed and distributed], in social platforms like Facebook, Orkut, Twitter etc. With good intention, there is nothing to worry about it. At least these articles are going viral to some extent, to reach a section of the people who are interested and who find it useful. There are lot of words [search engine results] that bring traffic to this blog. However, the top word that takes visitors out from this blog is non other than "k rishankant sinha "! Readers are interested to read more, so they google it by copying it. No problem, they drop again at this blog. Before concluding this write up, here is a piece of advice: Visitors from Guwahati, please change your browser. If you are using Int

Of writer and writing

By Ranjit Sinha, Arunachal Pradesh For last few days, my mind was hovering upon the agility of writers and reasoning of their writings. Why do the writers write, is it for name or fame, or is it self-imposed responsibility towards society? In fact the diminutive article thrown by RK Rishikesh Sinha, ( The art of life ) has forced readers like me to ponder upon. “Writing is not at all for readers to read. One writes for oneself,” — the conclusion drawn by Rishi itself unveiled the brazen truth and it also carried a message to all upcoming writers in our society. I could say that there are two categories of writers — stimulated writers and professional writers. Large number of the stimulated writers bid adieu to writing at their prime time of life, only few of them survive and run the show in our society. On the other hand there are a few numbers of professional writers who are undecided to embrace writing as profession in the long run as it can not help them to earn bread and

Bihu in the air

Children's Corner By Ritwick Sinha Class-V, Don Bosco Sr. Sec. School, Guwahati.

The art of life

Personal Jottings By RK Rishikesh Sinha It happens ominously. An art for which we gave our heart and soul, with the passage of time, especially when priorities take the shape in the ‘to do’ list, we start neglecting it. Ultimately a period comes, when we start taking the art for which we have strived so hard as a burden. It doesn’t find place in our day-to-day activities. I am from writing profession. The same was happening with me. I haven’t been writing vigorously like before. For months, writing didn’t find place in my priority list. I won’t say I didn’t find time; I was intentionally neglecting it by taking ruse with my other involvements. I must accept the fact that, “‘yes’, I devoted a period of my life to hone the writing skill”. Now, what happened that I am not actively participating in the writing? I would say priorities have changed. Now, my name ‘RK Rishikesh Sinha’ appearing in the print or in any media doesn’t excite me as it once used to. Before writing, the spade

UPSC NDA and NA Exam

Jobs and Career National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) Examination (II) - 2011 Like a wall they stand The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will hold the NDA-II and Naval Academy (NA) Examination (II) , 2011 on 21/08/2011 for admission to the Army, Navy and Air Force wing of the NDA for 128th Course and Naval Academy for 90th [10+2 Executive Branch] course commencing from June 2012. Only Unmarried male candidates are eligible. Posts : 335 (Army-195, Navy-39, Air Force - 66, Navy Academy- 35) How To Apply: Online - Apply Online at http://upsconline.nic .in up to 09/05/2011. Offline - All applications must reach the "Controller of Examinations, Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110069" either by hand or by Post/Speed Post or by courier on or before the 9th May, 2011. For the candidates from remore far flung areas the last date is 16th May, 2011. BUY books on NDA Exam Photo courtesy: 

Ningsing, a poem by Dr. Ashok Sinha [Republished]

If the below image is not opening. Please click Ningsing part 1 , Ningsing part 2 Ningsing Dr. Ashok Sinha  

Meitei Manipuri voiceover

Jobs and Career An India-based translation, localization and voiceover company requires Meitei Manipuri voiceover for one of its client. The company work with freelance translators and voiceover artists located world-wide and undertake jobs for all Indian and European languages and most Asian and African languages. The voiceover is on the Education subject consisting of 10,000 words. Adult male and female can apply. For more detail, mail at with subject " Meitei Manipuri Voice Over ". Please mention the subject as it is.

Corporation Bank Single Window Operator Clerk Jobs April 2011

Jobs and Career Corporation Bank invites Online applications from Indian Citizens for following 1000 posts of Single Window Operator (Clerk) Cadre : Single Window Operator (Clerk) : 1000 posts in various states (UR-520,OBC-246, SC-155,ST-79), Pay Scale : Rs.7200-14500/-, Age : 18-28 years as on 31/03/2011, Qualification : Graduation with 40% marks (35% for SC/ST/XS/PH candidates) How to Apply : Apply Online only at Corporation bank website from 04/04/2011 to 25/04/2011. Important Dates : Opening date for online registration : 04/04/2011 Last date for online registration : 25/04/2011 Likely date of written test : 12/06/2011 Visit  Corporation bank website  for more information. Buy  Corporation Bank  Clerk Exam book.

Patharkandi Updates

Patharkandi Updates brings you 'News' related to the high-profile constituency of Patharkandi which is going to poll on April 4. Click on this post link to open it. CPM says AIUDF dangerous like BJP TNN, Mar 31, 2011, 12.20am IST SILCHAR: Stating that communalism in all colour was a serious threat to the integrity of the country, CPM leader Nilotpal Basu on Wednesday said the AIUDF was as dangerous as the BJP. Addressing a CPM election rally here, the Left leader from West Bengal said the actions of the AIUDF chief Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal "have brought the party of the minorities on a par with the BJP". Basu said the CPM's aim was to oust the "corrupt Congress" from power and also stop communal forces from coming to power in the northeastern state. He added that the Left parties would contest the Assam elections together with the CPI and the CPM contesting 17 seats each, CPM-ML eight and Forward Bloc five. The parties would also back two Independen

Patharkandi decides

On April 4, electorates of Patharkandi will decide the fate of eight contestants from the constituency. Ultimately, who will own the crown of Patharkandi ? Decide . However, a quick 'google' of the candidates' names with the constituency, Kartik Sena Sinha tops the search engine list with 2,380 results. "Kartik Sena Sinha"+Patharkandi 2,380 results "Kripesh Ranjan Dasgupta"+Patharkandi 35 results "Monilal Gowala"+Patharkandi 127 results "Sukhendu Shekhar Dutta"+Patharkandi 71 results "Debangshu Nath"+Patharkandi 68 results "Main Uddin Choudhury"+Patharkandi 8 results "Rupam Nandi Purkayastha"+Patharkandi 24 results "Nikhil Kumar Sen"+Patharkandi 6 results If the below form is not opening, please click on Who will win from the Patharkandi constituency? <p><p><p&am