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Posts for August, 2017
Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a century-old international organisation of young active citizens whose international network connects around two lakh active citizens in more than hundred countries with JCI alumni spread across the world.
Daya Nath Singh | 29 Aug 2017
Semiliguda High School is one of the recognised schools where tribal students from Lamtaput, Koraput, Jeypore, Pottangi, Rayagada, Naraynpatna, Laxmipur, Malkangiri and many interior areas of Koraput district study.
Manoj Kumar Das | 26 Aug 2017
Polavaram, the multi-purpose irrigation project has been accorded national project status by the Union government. This under construction dam across the Godavari river is located in West Godavari District and East Godavari District in Andhra Pradesh state and its reservoir spreads in parts of Chhattisgarh and Odisha States. Despite of long protest for the said project by the citizen of four states the construction is processed.
Manoj Kumar Das | 23 Aug 2017
A decade back, during my first visit to US, Canada and Singapore, I had a bitter experience. I had never dreamt of visiting these countries. Thanks to my daughter and son-in-law who was posted on foreign land. I was absolutely google-eyed to witness the super-markets.
HARISH DIDO | 23 Aug 2017
Every man's memory is his private library and one can read at any time by just remembering those moments. At the same time, sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.
HARISH DIDO | 19 Aug 2017
Ancient education of Bharat was based on high ethics of flourishing and enriching guru-sishya-based gurukul system where the guru (teacher) stood for high morals and values and sishya (student) followed those values in high respect and solidarity.
Vinod Singh | 18 Aug 2017