North Korea – Navigating International Relations and Challenges Ahead

North Korea, officially known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), has long captivated the world with its enigmatic and often mysterious nature. The country’s history is one marked by isolation, intrigue, and defiance, earning it the moniker of the “Hermit Kingdom.” This term, historically associated with Korea’s isolationist policies during the Joseon Dynasty,
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The Indo-China War of 1962

Background and Causes of the War Introduction to the Indo-China War of 1962: The Indo-China War of 1962, also known as the Sino-Indian War, was a brief but significant conflict between India and China. The war arose from longstanding border disputes and geopolitical tensions between the two countries. It had a profound impact on the
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The Art and Science of Astrophotography

Astrophotography, at its core, is the marriage of art and science. It involves capturing the stunning beauty of celestial objects and phenomena, which requires both artistic vision and scientific precision. This section explores how these two aspects intertwine to create awe-inspiring images of the night sky. Artistic Vision: Scientific Precision: Chapter 2: A Brief History
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The Great Indian Hornbill

Among the birds that face great challenges in rearing their young, the hornbill stands out. With its massive, cow-horn-like beak and the unique casque that covers part of its beak from the head, the hornbill is easily recognizable. Globally, there are around 45 species of hornbills, with about eight species found in India. In Assam,
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Pearl Harbor

Prelude to War The period leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor was marked by rising tensions between Japan and the United States, fueled by Japan’s aggressive expansionist policies in Asia. These tensions were rooted in a complex web of political, economic, and strategic factors that ultimately culminated in one of the most significant
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Krishi Vigyan Kendra at a Glance

Overview of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) is a pioneering initiative by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) aimed at transforming agricultural practices and improving rural livelihoods. These centers serve as hubs for disseminating agricultural technologies and providing valuable information to farmers. Here’s an overview of KVK: Establishment: The establishment of
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The Agricultural Revolution

Social Media’s Role in Farming Agriculture has always been the lifeline of India’s economy, and with the ever-evolving landscape of technology, the sector is undergoing a significant transformation in communication. In the quest for sustainable agricultural practices, the need for current and relevant information has become paramount. This is where social media is stepping in,
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Exploring the Enchanting Island of Majuli

A Paradise of Cultural and Natural Delights Nestled in the upper reaches of the Brahmaputra River in Assam, Majuli stands as the largest river island in the world. This picturesque island, with its population of 1.6 lakhs, predominantly comprising tribals, boasts of a rich heritage and serves as the cradle of Assamese Vaishnavite culture. Majuli
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Mohan Bhagwat’s Emphatic Call for Unity in India’s Democratic Fabric

A Critical Analysis Mohan Bhagwat, the chief of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), recently delivered a speech that has reverberated across India’s political landscape. In his address, Bhagwat issued a poignant warning to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), urging the ruling party to prioritize unity and inclusivity in India’s democratic framework. This call for unity
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Assamese Literary Talents Shine

The Assam Literary Academy has conferred the Youth Award on five Assamese youths – Dr. Nayan Jyoti Sharma, Self Maid Rani Baruah, and Sutapa Chakraborty for their contributions to the literature of the state. These five Assamese youths have brought pride to the state by receiving the Children’s Literature and Youth Award of the Literary
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Echoes of Self

The Inner Struggles and Triumphs of ‘Me’ and ‘Mine’ “Facing your gaze, I wish I could disappear, as I cannot bear to live under your scrutiny. You are merely mine.” This is the poignant last sentence of the suicide note. The news from the previous day includes the tragic suicide of a young female doctor,
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Unplowed Land-Unplowed Agriculture

Situated west of my home is the Khanamukh area of Western Jalukbari. Khanamukh, adjacent to the west, is home to the Deepor Beel and the Brahmaputra-connected Khanajan. Although there are a few old settlements on both sides, it is envisioned that the place will be fully inhabited. Nevertheless, the remnants of the beautiful natural world
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The ICC’s Investigation into Alleged War Crimes

Accountability and Justice in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict The recent developments surrounding the International Criminal Court (ICC) and its involvement in the investigation of alleged war crimes by the extremist group Hamas and the Israeli government have sparked intense debate and scrutiny. The ICC’s prosecutor’s office, based in The Hague, Netherlands, has filed an application to
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World Blood Donor Day

The need for blood in the human body is not new. The vital importance of blood for the functioning of the human body has long been recognized. Donating blood is therefore considered a great donation. Blood donation holds a special place among the great deeds that can be done in life. Blood donation is always
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Common People of the Country

In the modern democratic system, understanding the mentality of the common voter is not easy for any political party. The people of the country have various thoughts, which are always the subject of debate and speculation. It is said that in democracy, the people are the king. In Assamese society, there is a saying that
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Jyotishman Jyotiprasad

The mantra of flowers that bloomed beautifully day and night has now become the morning of faith today. Born on June 17, 1903, in the famous Agarwala family of Tamulbari Tea Estate in Dibrugarh, this newborn was named Jyotiprasad. Leading towards the luminous beauty, it was a dawn of enlightenment for him; about which Dr.
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The Mangrove Forests

In the coastal areas near the estuaries of the sea, vast expanses of dense forests are seen, known as mangrove forests. These mangrove forests, connected to the water, thrive year after year, adapting to the saline water. The forest remains vibrant with the flow of water. This forest remains unaffected by water scarcity. Especially seen
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Bioplastic

The Green Path of Sustainable Development Plastic is an indispensable material in modern life. Its lightweight, durability, and versatility make it essential for industry and overall economic growth. From household use to life-saving medical equipment and cutting-edge technology, plastic is an integral part of human civilization. Without plastic, transportation, communication, and manufacturing would be significantly
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Nano Technology

Gateway of Possibilities Nano is a Greek word. Nano means “dwarf.” Any object that is one billionth of its part is understood by the term “nano.” One nanometer means one billionth of a meter. If a human hair’s diameter is divided into 100,000 parts, each part will be one nanometer. Within this length, three to
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