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Joi Barua Releases “Riders of the Mist ” Dedicated to Assam’s Pony Racing Tradition

The new song by Assamese musician, Joi Barua, which is aptly titled ‘Riders of the Mist’ is an ode to the age-old pony racing tradition in Assam. Joi is from Digboi in Assam and started his music career singing jingles in advertisements. He is also the lead vocalist of his band Joi. ‘Of all the things i dream here and there this and that happy and sad. Of all the things i dream earth and sky wind and fire my passion and obsession pain and pleasure. I’ll be looking for you i’ll be looking for you beyond my planet beyond this blue..’ ‘Riders of...

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5 Girls From Manipur to Represent India at DANA Cup in Denmark

Five girls from Manipur – Kh. Nirmal, Ph. Nirmal, Sh. Thajamanbi, Kh. Anita and Ch. Geeta – have been selected to represent team India at the DANA Cup in Denmark. These 5 talented girls play for AMMA FC which is an all girls football club in Manipur. The players will undergo an intensive training program in New Delhi starting July 3 and will leave for Denmark on July 2o. DANA Cup will host about 1500 teams from over 50 countries in the world. Go girls! We are rooting or you!  ...

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Mini Heart AttacK – The Punk Rock Band

Mini Heart AttacK is Punk Rock/Indie Rock band from Aizawl, Mizoram. The band draws musical inspiration from and is majorly influenced by rock bands like Blink 182, Nirvana, Greenday, Athlete, AVA, SnowPatrol, BiffyClyro, U2, The 1975, The Beatles which we can notice in their unusually intense and touching sounds. Originally a 4 piece band, the Mini Heart AttacK is now an up and coming 3 piece rock band in Mizoram with: MATLANA – on vocals and lead, NUNPUIA – on vocals and bass, and REMA on drums. Here’s their first official  music video:   We instantaneously fell in love with the sounds and the vibes...

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Mawlynnong – Asia’s Cleanest Village

Declared as Asia’s cleanest village in 2003 by Discover India, Mawlynnong is a quaint and serene village in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya. There is an utter sense of cleanliness and hygiene in the village. The pathways and streets in the village are lined with beautiful flowers and swept every now and then. Plastic is totally banned in the village and you will find bamboo dustbins placed at every corner of the streets. Here’s a nice documentary by Wallambok Alexander Kharkongor and team. Things to Do in Mawlynnong Check out the Living Roots Bridges which is a smaller and...

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