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EXIT FROM CHINA-LED RCEP MAY TEMPORARILY HELP

      By Nantoo Banerjee   For now, it appears to be a right decision on India’s part to opt out of the China-led 15-nation Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement to protect the country’s immediate industrial…

Urban invisibility of Gendered livelihoods

By Dr Samhita Barooah The Covid 19 pandemic has opened up many truths around us. One such truth about our city is the growth of vendors and hawkers who visit our homes, bye-lanes or localities even during Covid times. The only voices one…

On the path of self deception

Patricia Mukhim Anyone who is arguing on whether coal in Meghalaya is being dug and transported on a daily basis is wasting time. Of course coal is being mined and transported every single day. If anyone has doubts, let them visit East…

INCORRIBLE PAKISTAN!

    By Dr D.K. Giri   On November 19, four terrorists belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammad were gunned down by Indian security forces in an encounter at Nagrota. This was an unusual occurrence as the terrorists had sneaked into India through…

Rights of Pedestrians and Commuters

  By N Hynniewta The Government has allowed the opening of permanent stalls in Iewduh from the month of June 2020, through the District Administration in co-ordination with the Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council and the Syiem of…

UPGRADATION VITAL FOR REVIVAL

    By Dhurjati Mukherjee   India’s manufacturing expertise is not very efficient and cost competitive, even compared with the emerging economies. As such, there have been efforts by the government to modernise manufacturing…