Infrastructure Development in Manipur

Infrastructure Development in Manipur

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Infrastructure Development in Manipur has got some pace now like other states in the north-east part of India. Manipur is one of the most industrially backward states of the North Eastern Region. Agriculture still remains the dominant sector contributing 33% of the Net State Domestic Product (NSDP). The primary sector provides 69% of employment to the […]

North East Infrastructure Development

North East Infrastructure Development

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North-East India is generally considered one of the most challenging regions of the country to reach and govern. It has been witnessed many separatist movements among the tribal peoples. Earlier, States in north eastern part of the country were ignored while talking about development. Recently, trend has been changed and many infrastructure facilities are building […]

Mesmerizing Meghalaya Tourism

Mesmerizing Meghalaya Tourism

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Meghalaya is a state in the north-east part of India. In Sanskrit, meaning of Meghalaya is “the abode of clouds”.  Meghalaya covers an area of approximately 22,430 square kilometers including  Khasi, Garo and Jaintia hills. Meghalaya  is one among the wettest places on earth, records an average of 1200 cm annual rainfall. Naturally 70% of […]

Global Ayurveda Festival

Global Ayurveda Festival

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Global Ayurveda Festival is held at Kozhikode from 31st January to 4th February, 2016. Sri Lankan Health Minister Dr Rajitha Senarathne inaugurated the third edition of Global Ayurveda Festival. GAF-III 2016 commences with a mega fortnight long Kerala Ayurveda fair in 14 districts and culminate with 5 days’ of International Seminar, Exhibition, Workshop, Business Meet […]

INDIAN SMARTPHONE MARKET

INDIAN SMARTPHONE MARKET

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Indian smartphone market will become world’s second largest smartphone market by 2017. Various smartphone companies sold around 100 million devices during the year 2015. China, India and the US are the three big countries driving smartphone growth worldwide. World sees India as the next wave for smartphone growth.