2018 Numerology Prediction– by Girish Vaithilingan

2018 Numerology Prediction– by Girish Vaithilingan

“Numbers speak louder than words” many in our society believe in this theory. Considering this, let us see how the coming 2018 will play for most of us through the prism of Numerology. The article here is based on the Chaldean System of Numerology.  I do not endorse any method. Since Chaldean or Pythagorean Numerology is […]

A successful entrepreneur cum home maker, Tripura’s Ruma Debnath has an inspiring story to narrate!

A successful entrepreneur cum home maker, Tripura’s Ruma Debnath has an inspiring story to narrate!

By PRIYANKA DEB BURMAN | March 2, 2018 The art of making bamboo handicrafts were initially just a hobby for Ruma Debnath in her younger days. But she never thought that making bamboo handicrafts would change her life later. Starting from scratch, Ruma who hails from Bagbassa Gram Panchayat now employs six people in her handicraft […]

Tripura’s Royal Manikya Dynasty still holds charm for people!

Tripura’s Royal Manikya Dynasty still holds charm for people!

By Tapas Dey | February 16, 2018 The people of Tripura were possibly in a state of pleasant surprise as they had heard the prime minister Narendra Modi sing eulogies to the state’s last monarch Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya. – ” The late Maharaja had done so much for the state and its people […]

Meet Tura’s Band- “Flames of Revolution” — fighting discrimination through Music

Meet Tura’s Band- “Flames of Revolution” — fighting discrimination through Music

By Preetty Chambugong Marak Meet the rocking band of cousins hailing from Tura “The Flames of Revolution- jaktangon bil” — A band which not only expresses their passion for music but also impart awareness on discrimination through music while projecting their unity and strength through brotherhood. The band got its recognition in the year 2006 […]

Remembering Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries– By Ringo Pebam

Remembering Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries– By Ringo Pebam

By Ringo Pebam | January 28, 2018 In 1993, in response to the deaths of two children killed by a bomb planted in a trash bin by the Irish Republican Army in Warrington, England, Dolores O’Riordan wrote a song called ‘Zombie’. “I remember seeing one of the mothers on television, just devastated, I felt so sad […]