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Drones · Taiwan
A new threat from China faces Taiwan's military: Trolls with drones
A new threat has emerged for Taiwan's military which faces Chinese civilian trolling through drones. They are flying drones over a military site on a nearby Taiwan-controlled island, Kinmen. The videos show detailed, drones-eye footage of military installations and personnel. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has claimed the drone incursions are the latest ratcheting up of this pressure.See the Story
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Arunachal DCs told to pay Rs 56.50 lakh to private company in Delhi for flags: Report
Arunachal Pradesh government has asked deputy commissioners of 15 districts to pay a total of Rs 56.50 lakh to a Delhi-based private company for procurement of National Flags as part of the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign.The Arunachal Times on August 11 reported that the Panchayati Raj department hasSee the Story
Assam filmmaker qualifies for short film competition at Oscars
Filmmaker Maharshi Tuhin Kashyap’s latest short film ‘Mur Ghurar Duronto Goti’ or ‘The Horse from Heaven’ has qualified to compete for the Best Live Action Short Film competition at the Academy Awards (Oscars) presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.The qualification comes aSee the Story
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Independence Day · Guwahati
Marching ahead with the spirit of Swatantra Bharat
It was probably two decades back, when a group of journalists and Guwahati-based patriots marched on a street of Guwahati to celebrate the Independence Day. As a number of separatist armed militant outfits imposed a general strike on the day (that was the way the ethnic insurgents made them visibleSee the Story