VIDEO: Watch this rendition of Bollywood song ‘Soch Na Sake’ by Assam based Lupita and Gitartha

VIDEO: Watch this rendition of Bollywood song ‘Soch Na Sake’ by Assam based Lupita and Gitartha

As more and more youth are coming forward to showcase their talents, social media plays an important role in bringing out their talents to the masses. Here is a rendition of the Bollywood song ‘Soch Na sake’ from the movie Airlift by Assam based youth Lupita and Gitartha: Video Courtesy: Lupita Saikia

VIDEO: Watch IPFT’s 100 hour hunger strike in New Delhi on Tipraland issue!

VIDEO: Watch IPFT’s 100 hour hunger strike in New Delhi on Tipraland issue!

Receiving no hopeful response on their prolonged Tipraland demand from the Centre and the Left Front government, the Indigeneous People’s Front of Tripura ( IPFT) , an indigenous-based political party has been mounting pressure on the central government in democratic manner to accede to their demand. As many as 500 activists and supporters of the […]

DON’T MISS: Shillong-based director Nicholas Kharkongor’s movie ‘Mantra’ to hit the screens in March!

DON’T MISS: Shillong-based director Nicholas Kharkongor’s movie ‘Mantra’ to hit the screens in March!

SHILLONG, Feb 25: Shillong’s very own Nicholas Kharkongor’s movie ‘Mantra’ will be released in the month of March. Mantra! it’s releasing theatrically in India and Singapore and a few more countries. Prior to this, Nicholas Kharkongor’s Mantra created wave in New York when it won the Best Feature Film Award at the South Asian International Film Festival […]

Rare footage of a Village in Meghalaya that whistles to communicate with each other

Rare footage of a Village in Meghalaya that whistles to communicate with each other

Kongthong, a remote Khasi village in Meghalaya of the Indian sub-continent is characterized by a unique age-old practice of communication through whistling. Kongthong village is located in Khatarshnong Laitkroh Tehsil of East Khasi Hills district in Meghalaya, India. It is perhaps the only place in India where people communicate among themselves through whistling and using different tunes […]