Saidul Khan
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Green Garo Hills!
People in North East India are very much conscious about Environment. Their love for nature inculcates in them a strong sense of preservation and conservation. However, for their need and want they have always used the Mother Nature.

Their lifestyle and culture all has expression and portrays their love for nature. ... continue reading
World’s tallest monoliths in Jaintia Hills, India
Monolith is a symbol of remembrance in the Jaintia Hills. The cluster of monoliths erected to mark the reigns of the erstwhile Jaintia King is a significant event in the history of Meghalaya. This cluster of Monoliths are found in Nartiang, a village about 22 km from Jowai, the district headquarter of Jaintia Hills, ab... continue reading
Women’s becoming catalyst for social change in India’s Garo Hills
Promoting the development of the indigenous people in Garo Hills district of Meghalaya, Bakdil, a Catholic Missionary run social service organization, is actively involved in encouraging women to form self help groups. This is empowering the women to lead a decent life.
 
In the last decade more than 600 SHGs were f... continue reading
Proposed excavations may rewrite NE history
 Is Guwahati the site where the ancient kingdom of Kamrupa existed? This and many more questions, which are still mired in controversy, could be answered more vividly when the archeologists excavate the entire Bhaitbari-Tikrikilla area in Meghalaya's West Garo Hills district.
Hold your eyes as we take you to this... continue reading
Experts to arrive at Cherrapunjee to study the fading rainfall
Meteorological records show this year during the monsoons, the hill town, now called Sohra, has received about 700 mm less rainfall till June 30 last. While the normal rainfall in the first 30 days of the monsoon is 2793.9 mm, Cherrapunjee received just 2092.6 mm.

Experts hoped the deficit is expected to be supplem... continue reading
Experts to arrive at Cherrapunjee to study the fading rainfall
Meteorological records show this year during the monsoons, the hill town, now called Sohra, has received about 700 mm less rainfall till June 30 last. While the normal rainfall in the first 30 days of the monsoon is 2793.9 mm, Cherrapunjee received just 2092.6 mm.


Experts hoped the deficit is expected to be suppl... continue reading
Genetic study finds malarial traits in Northeast
The ongoing study has found that deficiency of enzyme G-6-PD (glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase), which helps red blood cells (RBCs) function normally is a common sex-linked trait in the region.  "G6PD is one of many enzymes that help the body process carbohydrates and turn them into energy. G6PD also protects red... continue reading
Garo villagers in North East India quench for safe drinking water
Rangira Bolsalgre, a few year back was inflicting with various water born diseases during monsoon. But today, they are a happy lot as their village has access to safe drinking water. Thanks to the united idea, the villager's decided to bring to task the concerned authorities. West Garo Hills Community Resource Manageme... continue reading
Garo villagers in North East India quench for safe drinking water
Rangira Bolsalgre, a few year back was inflicting with various water born diseases during monsoon. But today, they are a happy lot as their village has access to safe drinking water. Thanks to the united idea, the villager's decided to bring to task the concerned authorities. West Garo Hills Community Resource Manageme... continue reading
Post office to reach to remote village in India to create awareness on human trafficking
A perceived idea is the linkage of Indian Postal Services along withImpulse NGO network to reach out to the remotes villages in theregion, whereby information will be provided from a community servicecentre at the post office.
 A meeting to formally launch a programme to create awareness onhuman trafficking in co... continue reading
Chidaogre - A unique village of North East India
Far away from the hustle and bustle of a modern city, Chidaogre village in West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya, located about 25 km from Tura is one such destination.
The people of this tribal village have their own legends to tell, which will mesmerise any visitors to this ancient and rare location. This small ham... continue reading
North East India needs to emulate Mawlynnong - Asia's cleanest village
Mawlynnong, nestled in the pristine hill state of Meghalaya is along the Indo-Bangla border. This cute and colourful little village is renowned for its cleanliness. The village is a picture perfect painting. The village is situated about 75 kilometres from Shillong.
The main occupation of the villagers is agriculture... continue reading
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