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My students wrote persuasive essays about why people should visit the Norttheast. We turned the essays into commercials.
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23 Facts About Northeast India And The Wonderful Peoples Who Live There
Northeast India comprises eight states – the ‘Seven Sister’ states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Tripura, with Sikkim as the eight state. The Seven Sister states have a contiguous border but Sikkim is separated by West Bengal. Here are some marvellous facts about the Northeast region as a whole. 1. The population of all eight states of Northeast is roughly equal to the population of Odisha, India’s 11th most populated state. Population of Northeast: 38,857,769. Population of Odisha: 41,974,218. 2. Seven states of the Northeast are connected to India via a thin stretch of land known officially as the Siliguri Corridor and popularly as ‘Chicken’s Neck’. 3. 90 per cent of Northeast’s border is shared with China, Myanmar, Bhutan and Bangladesh. 4. Till 1963, Northeast India consisted of Assam and the princely states of Manipur and Tripura. Nagaland was carved out of Assam in 1963, Meghalaya in 1972, Arunachal Pradesh in 1987, and Mizoram in 1987. Sikkim joined the Indian Union in 1975. 6. Almost 70 per cent of the world’s orchids are found in India’s Northeast. 7. The world’s largest riverine island, the Majuli, is in the Northeast. 8. The River Brahmaputra that criss-crosses the Northeast is the only Indian river that passes through three countries. 9. Around 70 per cent of Northeast is hilly terrain. 10. The language and culture of Northeast is a mix of Tibetan, South-East Asian and East Indian culture. 11. Seven of India’s major national parks are located in Northeast. 12. Mizoram and Tripura are among the states with the highest literacy rates in India. 13. Around 220 languages are spoken in the states of the Northeast. 14. There are around 220 ethnic groups in the Northeast. 15. The Northeast is India’s most musically active region. 16. The Northeast part of the country is the biggest contributor to tea production in India. 17. There is no dowry culture in the Northeast, at least not in anti-feminist way. 18. The Northeast is the only part of India which the Mughals could not occupy during their reign. 19. The Ahom Dynasty of Northeast is the longest unbroken dynasty in India’s entire history. 20. Mawsynram in Meghalaya holds the Guinness World Record of being the wettest place on Earth. 21. The North Eastern Council (NEC), constituted in 1971, is the acting agency for the development of the eight states. 26. The Assam Rifles is India’s largest and oldest paramilitary force while the Indian Army’s Assam Regiment recruits exclusively from the seven Northeastern States.27. The Northeast is India’s cleanest region.
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The Northeast Region of US
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The Northeast Region of the US
The Northeast Region of the US
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Kind of insects found mostly in northeast India and people use to eat and its seems very delicious specially when it is dry fry.
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Northeast Coast Forest Restoration Drive
The wildlife and endemic fauna and flora of the Grande Anse Estate are threatened due to shifting cultivation and misuse of lands. The department of forestry is working with the United Nations Environment Programme on a restoration project under; “the Iyanola natural resource management project of the North-East Coast”. The program is aimed at ensuring the survival of species, protection of natural resources and involves the replanting of fast growing plants in degraded areas.
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The North East States: The Land and the People
http://www.zaneeducation.com - This online geography education video will assist geography and social sciences students to study and discover some of the ways that geography, transportation routes, and the availability of natural resources have affected patterns of land use and city settlement.
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Regional Seminar on Natural Resources, Skill Manpower and Development of Northeast
A Regional Seminar on Natural Resources, Skill Manpower and Development of North East was held at Kohima Science College, Jotsoma. Delivering a key note address Dr. I Anungla Aier, Additional Director, Department of Higher Education, Nagaland said North East is a resource rich region and natural resources utilization is inevitable for development. Nagaland governor P.B Acharya while delivering the valedictory address said that getting a mere degree from a university is not enough, but we have to march forward and change our mindset and develop our skills in various areas.
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Stories of change - FARM NORTHEAST
FARM Northeast is a Natural Resource Management program of Caritas India aimed to bring socio-economic empowerment in the field of food security and provide livelihood options for the farmers of Northeast. The program reached to 18372 smallholder farmers who are clubbed in farmers club and are availing various Government Welfare Scheme for their benefit.
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Northeast Michigan Youths Participate in Natural Resources Camp
This week, youths from the Northeast Michigan area are participating in the 4–H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp in Presque Isle.
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Centre starts work on four-lane highway in Nagaland - ANI #News
Nagaland, Mar 14 (ANI): Northeast India is blessed with rich natural resources and having an agro-climatic condition, the region has a huge potential in the field mineral industry, education sector and in various other sectors in the country. To achieve such heights, the first and foremost requirement and steps towards growth and development is accessibility and quality roads to all, as roads are the lifelines of every community and nation. After thirteen years since the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Nagaland in 2003 and announced four laning of national highway roads, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, laid the foundation stone in 2015 at Patkai Bridge, Chumukedima in Nagaland. The four lane road project has been kick-start by clearing off the jungle along the route on National Highway 39 covering 42.48 kms between Dimapur and Kohima. With all the required machineries at the work site along with the workers, the work on four laning is going on full swing. -------------------------------------- Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Follow us: https://twitter.com/ani_news ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.aninews.in/ ☛ Send your suggestions/Feedback: [email protected]
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Assam - one of the richest biodiversity zones in the world
Assam (অসম ) - a state of India meaning unequal or undulating & serves as the gateway to the rest of the Seven Sister States of North East India. Assam is one of the richest biodiversity zones in the world & is known for Assam tea, large and old petroleum resources, Assam silk, popular destination for wildlife tourism like Kaziranga and Manas, which are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In this video I am showing my self-recorded videos why one should visit Assam. 1. World's smallest river island 2. Kaziranga, a UNESCO world heritage site - home of the rare one horned Indian Rhinoceros & endangered/threatened species 3. World's oldest operating oil refinery & Birthplace of the Indian Oil Industry 4. World's largest river island - Majuli 5. Sualkuchi -- the only silk city of INDIA, also known as the "Manchester of Assam - a variety of silk cloths are prepared mainly by traditional handlooms from local Pat, Muga & Eri. 6. India's longest train route - Vivek Express covering a distance of 4286 km in 82.30 hours from Dibrugarh to Kanniyakumari 7. Kamakhya Temple -- the only Devi shrine with no image inside the main sanctum 8. Saraighat Bridge - India's 1st of its kind in India to withstand earthquakes up to G 10 9. North-East India's 1st express highway 10. Brahmaputra River -- the only male river of India 11. Assam Tea & has got one of the Asia's largest tea factory & much much more to see....
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Know how Northeast India opens up tremendous business opportunities
India’s Northeast region (NER) is endowed with huge untapped natural resources and is acknowledged as the eastern gateway for the country’s ‘Look East Policy’. Watch this video to know how Northeast India opens up tremendous business opportunities. NERES 1.0 The biggest entrepreneurship & Startup summit of Northeast to be held on 23rd-24th August 2018 in Shillong. It aims to provide a platform to passionate and prospective entrepreneurs of North Eastern Region to transform their ideas into working business model. To know more follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NERESindia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NERESindia/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neresindia/ Website: www.neres.org Email : [email protected]
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The Economy of the Northeast
Most people in the Northeast live and work in cities and suburbs. They have service jobs, or jobs that help other people in some way. Another source of employment is the manufacturing industry. A sizable number of people still work in fishing and farming. Objectives: A. Understand that the Northeast's natural resources provide a living for many people. B. Describe how the manufacturing industry got its start. C. Recognize that many people in the Northeast work in service jobs. D. Discuss the past and present of cities and suburbs in the Northeast.
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Agriculture sector in the Northeast to benefit from scientific practices
Assam, Dec 04 (ANI): Endowed with rich natural resources and suitable climatic conditions, the Northeast region provides a perfect environment for the cultivation of vegetables and fruits. While it has huge potential in horticulture production, the region has to depend on other states due to lack of good quality seedlings. In a move to be self-reliant, the first of its kind agri hub nursery was inaugurated at the horticulture farm on Assam Agriculture University campus in Jorhat. It has been developed at a cost of Rs. 15 crores financed under the Rashtriya Krishi Vikash Yojana. The nursery will annually produce 48 lakhs seedlings of various vegetables and seasonal flowers. This new project will give a huge boost to production and ultimately help in generating more income for the farmers.
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Northeast Research and Development Center - Mike Boehm - August 24, 2018
Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Mike Boehm talks about Nebraska Extension’s facilities, including the Haskell Ag Lab.
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Native Plants Summit: Current Status, Conservation, and Outlook for Plants of the Northeast
The northeastern U.S. hosts a rich diversity of native plants, many of which play essential roles for humans and the environment. Alarmingly, a significant number of these species are experiencing a precipitous decline. Many are imperiled as a result, including one-quarter of species native to New York State. Despite these figures, no comprehensive or integrated program exists to study trends across the region. Through a series of compelling presentations, followed by a panel discussion, this Summit will address the gaps in our knowledge by bringing together experts to present and discuss the state of the area’s plant species, plot the best course forward, and highlight ways in which everyone can make a difference for native plants in the Northeast. 06:25 – Robert Naczi 38:44 – Bernd Blossey 1:04:48– Rebecca Dolan 1:27:57 – Jerry Jenkins 1:51:48 – David Werier 2:13:31 – Donald Leopold 2:36:11 – Mary Klein 3:01:12 – Q&A Panel Discussion SPEAKER BIOS Robert Naczi, Ph.D., is a plant systematist whose research focuses on the flora of the eastern United States, the sedges (Cyperaceae), and the Western Hemisphere Pitcher Plants (Sarraceniaceae). Naczi uses a multipronged approach in his research, employing field, herbarium, and laboratory methods. His fieldwork has given him first- hand knowledge of the flora of much of North America. Bernd Blossey, Ph.D., was born and raised in northern Germany. In 1992 he joined the faculty of Cornell University, where he is currently an Associate Professor directing the Ecology and Management of Invasive Plants Program in the Department of Natural Resources. Rebecca W. Dolan earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia, both in botany. For 25 years she has been Director of the Friesner Herbarium at Butler University. She is now busy building an online atlas of Indiana plants and is the author of over 25 scientific articles on restoration ecology, urban botany, and genetics of rare plants. Jerry Jenkins is a botanist and ecologist from White Creek, New York. He was trained in physics and philosophy, and has 46 years of field experience with northern floras. He works as a scientist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, is the founder and director of the White Creek Field School, and is the director of the Northern Forest Atlas Project. David Werier is a botanist who has his own consulting business based out of the Ithaca, New York area. His botanical interests focus on understanding the vascular plants of eastern North America (primarily New York State) through fieldwork in conjunction with herbarium and literature research. Donald J. Leopold earned his Ph.D. in forest ecology from Purdue University in 1984, his M.S.F. in forest ecology from the University of Kentucky in 1981, and B.S. in ornamental horticulture/nursery management from the University of Kentucky in 1978. He is a Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair in the Department of Environmental and Forest Biology at SUNY-ESF. He has published over 60 journal papers, six books, and many additional publications, all generally about topics in forest and wetland ecology and native plants. Mary Klein, President and CEO of NatureServe, has been an active proponent for the conservation of species and ecosystems for nearly 30 years. She leads an international network of more than 1,000 conservation professionals who provide the scientific basis for effective conservation action—responding to more than six million information inquiries each year. In this role, she guides the identification, mapping, and analysis of species and ecosystems.
India’s northeast region with its diverse cultures, rich reserves of natural resources and lush vegetation holds immense potential for business. To attract investment for the region, Indian Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion and Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India, organized the eleventh edition of NE Business Summit in New Delhi.
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Major Project To Save Northeast Forest In Full-Swing
The Forestry Department of the Ministry of Agriculture is working with the United Nations environment programme to improve the management of natural resources on the north-east coast of Saint Lucia. The Iyanola Natural Resource Management Project seeks to enhance global environmental security by ensuring the sustainable use of resources and environmental conservation.
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Rare Bird Babies Jump off Nest in Northeast China
Babies of Chinese merganser, an endangered bird on the Red List of Threatened Species of International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), jumped off their nest on Tuesday in the Changbai Mountain Natural Reserve, northeast China's Jilin Province. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170526/8051527.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Boasting of rare natural beauty, the northeast region is endowed with rich natural resources and having a diverse culinary culture and tradition.One facet of India’s northeast that attracts tourists is the range of delectable cuisine on offer in the region.To promote organic farming in the region and to bring out the flavor of indigenous food, the Indian Council Agricultural Research Complex for North Eastern Hill Region organized a three-day long exhibition-cum-workshop on “Traditional Farming and Indigenous Foods of North East’’ at Umiam in the province of Meghalaya.
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NE India is bestowed with abundant natural resources: Mahanta
Date: 12-09-2013 Shyam Kanu Mahanta, organizer in chief of North East Festival in Delhi has said that northeast India bestowed with abundant natural resources and it is important for the region. He was interacting with media on the occasion of ongoing North East Festival in IGNCA in Capital. For more videos and news visit: http://www.newsdeskindia.com
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India’s northeast region with its diverse cultures, rich reserves of natural resources and lush vegetation holds immense potential for business.To attract investment for the region, Indian Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion and Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India, organized the eleventh edition of NE Business Summit in New Delhi.
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Northeast India the gateway to Southeast Asia has huge prospective to attract potential investors from all across the globe providing an opportunity to untapped the rich natural resources the region is blessed with.As a part of the countrywide drive undertaken by the DoNER ministry to showcase northeast to different parts of India, a three-day event ‘Destination Northeast’ was inaugurated by Union DoNER minister Dr Jitendra Singh in Chandigarh
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Northeast India is blessed with rich natural resources and having an agro-climatic condition, the region has a huge potential in the field mineral industry, education sector and in various other sectors in the country.To achieve such heights, the first and foremost requirement and steps towards growth and development is accessibility and quality roads to all, as roads are the lifelines of every community and nation.
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Northeast US Water Resources Briefing Nov 2014
Briefing on the water resources conditions and outlook over the northeast United States. National Weather Service Northeast River Forecast Center Taunton, MA
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Working Together – Urban Natural Resources Stewardship
USDA Forest Service in the Northeast and Midwest works together with communities to care for the land – connecting people with natural resources, forests, prairie, and green spaces. For more information, visit http://www.fs.fed.us/managing-land.
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Dec 2013 Water Resources Briefing for the Northeast US
A look at current river, reservoir, and soil moisture conditions across the New England and New York and a review of the hydrometeorological outlook for the next several weeks. As of December 13, 2013. National Weather Service Northeast River Forecast Center Taunton, MA
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Colonization- Northeast Colonies- Brief Explanation- Day 2 Video
Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introduction 00:15 - Climate 00:36 - Topography 00:58 - Natural Resources
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Yazali town, Arunachal Pradesh
Yazali - Hidden in a green valley surrounded by the natural beauty of the forest. A small town located in the Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh in North-East India. It is a peaceful and picturesque haven blanketed in the natural beauty of sub-tropical forests with lush green hills. Yazali lies 142 km away from Itanagar, the Capital of Arunachal Pradesh and is situated between Ziro and Itanagar. Just before reaching Yazali one can see the huge Ranganadi Dam. The Ranganadi River becomes narrow as it enters the valley of Yazali, gradually becoming the Panyor River which is also one of the major tributaries of the majestic Brahmaputra. Blessed with natural resources and rich in biodiversity, Yazali is home to the Nyishi tribe. A tribe that believes that they descend from the Abotani, their mythical forefathers. Like most of the tribes of north-east India, the Nyishi are nature worshippers and follow the Donyi Polo religion. Yazali has both a favourable climate and soil, suitable for Horticultural crops of mainly oranges and bananas which grow in abundance in vast areas of the forested land. People here are mainly involved in fishing and the rice cultivation. It is the staple diet of the locals and is supplemented with leafy vegetables and meat. Bamboo is a prime resource used for everything from the construction of houses to being eaten as well as being used as a vessel to cook in. Life in Yazali is quite simple. People love to showcase their colourful culture which is reflected in their festivals. Traditionally rich in culture, people here still prefer to live in Bamboo shaft houses which are 2 to 3 feet above the ground level. Each house has its own small in-house fireplace built right in the centre of the room in a square shape. The houses are not too far from each other and are basically clustered in small groups. The view of the little huts scattered over a plain area along with the Panyor River flowing across the heart of Yazali, surrounded by hills is truly amazing. The Panyor is the river that flows down from Mengio in Papum Pare narrowing down until it reaches Yazali in Lower Subansiri District. From Ranganadi Dam, the river is known as Ranganadi till it meets the Brahmaputra in Assam beyond North Lakhimpur. A viewer clarified this to us. Thanks! This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The collection comprises of 100, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang [at] gmail [dot] com and [email protected]
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Innovative Assessment Helps Farmers in the Northeast Improve Soil Health
Improving soil health without understanding the soil's condition is not easy and traditional soil tests, though important management tools, don't provide information on the physical structure or microbial life living in the soil. That is why a multidisciplinary team at Cornell University created a soil assessment, which measures physical, chemical and biological indicators as well as pH and nutrient levels in the soil. The soil health assessment received early funding from multiple SARE grants (www.sare.org) as well as other sources. The need for the assessment was born out of a survey of Northeastern farmers, many of whom used traditional soil tests but “felt there was something more going on with their soils,” says Bianca Moebius-Clune, director of the soil health division at USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. “There were erosion issues, they had weed issues, they had decreasing yields even though they needed to irrigate more, put on more fertilizer, more pesticides. And they really didn’t have good diagnostic tools for all of these issues.” The Cornell lab currently receives about 2,000 samples per year, and interest in the assessment continues to grow in the Northeast and across the country. The Cornell Soil Health Assessment can be found at www.sare.org/soil-health-test.
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Modi's Mission North East
Starting today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will underatke a three day tour of the North East region. He will be visiting Assam, Manipur, Tripura and Nagaland as part of the tour. He will be addressing the various developmental and human resource related issues confronting the region. For more news subscribe to Aajtak: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt4t-jeY85JegMlZ-E5UWtA Tweet us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/aajtak Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/aajtak
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Cabin destroyed by fire northeast of Lincoln
A fire destroyed a cabin northeast of Lincoln on Monday. No one was injured in the fire. According to Lincoln Volunteer Fire Chief Zach Muse, a caller reported seeing smoke in the Lander’s Fork area around at 6:45 a.m. on Monday. Muse says the fire was initially believed to be a wildfire so the Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation was called to respond. When DNRC arrived at the fire’s location near the intersection of Copper Creek Road and Sucker Creek Road, they found a cabin on state- lease land fully engulfed in flames. Lincoln Volunteer Fire was then dispatched to take over the incident. Chief Muse says crews had to initially keep their distance from the fire due to explosions from several small propane tanks. He added that favorable weather conditions, including humidity, helped to keep the flaming debris from sparking a larger wildfire. The cause is still being investigated.
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Assam-Best Business Opportunities,Identification,Selection of Project,Startup, Entrepreneurship
Assam - Best Business Opportunities, Potential Areas, Identification and Selection of right Project, Thrust areas for Investment, Industry Startup and Entrepreneurship Assam is located in the northeast of India. The state shares its borders with Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Tripura and West Bengal. The state shares international borders with Bangladesh and the Kingdom of Bhutan. Assam is known as the gateway to the northeastern part of India. The capital of the state is Dispur, which is located in the city of Guwahati. The state is known for its tea, petroleum resources, muga silk and bio-diversity. It is also becoming an increasingly popular destination for wildlife tourism. The state is full of most of the important natural resources that attracts the attention of many investors to set up their production and manufacturing units in the state. Assam offers a range of lucrative business opportunities in the region. Both the central and state governments have allowed exclusive incentives Assam. Thrust Areas Today, Assam has a vibrant industrial base. From the oldest tea industry and huge onshore oil production to the only Stock Exchange in the region and large presence of Banks and Financial Institutions, its industrial base spreads across a wide spectrum of existing industries in Petroleum, Petrochemicals, Fertilizers, Textiles, Cement, Paper, Plastic and a host of products and services. But there is always scope for more. http://goo.gl/fXlybo http://www.entrepreneurindia.co Contact us: Niir Project Consultancy Services 106-E, Kamla Nagar, Near Spark Mall, New Delhi-110007, India. Email: [email protected] , [email protected] Tel: +91-11-23843955, 23845654, 23845886, 8800733955 Mobile: +91-9811043595 Fax: +91-11-23841561 Website : http://www.niir.org http://www.entrepreneurindia.co Tags Business for North Eastern States, Business Opportunities in Dispur, SSI for Assam, Business Opportunities in Assam, Business Opportunity for Assam, Catch The Opportunity - Start your business today‎, Choosing the Location of the Industry, Creating a Business Plan, Doing Business and Investing in Assam, Economy, Emerging North-East India, Food and Tea processing, How to Start a Business Enterprise in Assam, How to Start a Small Business in India?, How to Start a Small Business in Assam?, INDIA, India: Doing Business and Investing in India, Industry for North Eastern States, Investment Opportunities and Potential projects for Assam, Investment Opportunities in Assam, Investment Opportunities-Assam, Investment Potentials in Assam, Key growth drivers, Machineries and Equipments, major thrust areas of Assam, major thrust sectors of Assam, Assam best investment plan and opportunities offered for investors, Assam: Identification and Selection of right Project, Assam: Industry Startup and Entrepreneurship, Assam: Information on Tea, Assam: Thrust areas for Investment Opportunities, Potential Projects for Assam, Potential Projects for North Eastern States, Project Opportunities-Assam, Project Opportunity for Assam, Projects for North Eastern States, Projects in Assam, Scope for Venturing Agri-Business in Assam, Scope for Venturing in Assam, Small Business Ideas in Assam, Small scale business for Assam, Small scale industry for Assam, Small scale projects for Assam, Sourcing Process, Raw Materials, Starting business in Assam, Starting Business‎ Assami Entrepreneurship, Startup Business, State wise Industry Opportunities, Thrust Areas for Assam, Top Profitable Business Opportunities in Assam, Top Profitable Business Opportunities in North Eastern States, Tourism Industry, Women Entrepreneurs in Assam,
Loggers of the Northeast: Are They Thriving, Striving, or Just Surviving?
Managing Our Changing Forests Webinar Series May 2018 Webinar Managing Our Changing Forests Webinar Series is a collaboration of UVM Extension, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, and UVM Forestry Presenter: René H. Germain, Professor, Department of Forest and Natural Resources Management, SUNY-ESF Description: Economic sustainability of logging businesses is critical to successful forest management. Rising expectations in conjunction with market trends can result in increased logging costs. This webinar will share a recent study that examined factors influencing logger profitability across a variable forested landscape. Interviews were conducted with loggers across New York and Northern Pennsylvania. The machine rate method was used to calculate operating expenses, profit margin and return on investment (ROI) of individual jobs. Regression analysis identified significant variables influencing profit and ROI. According to this study, almost half of the logging operations observed were losing money on individual jobs. The presentation will share the results of the study and implications for contract rates and the future of the logging industry.
Manipur, India: Lighting Up Lives
Manipur is one of the resource-rich states of the North-East Region of India. Despite being well-endowed with natural resources, Manipur, like the rest of the region, continues to lag in development. Poverty levels are high and, with few industries or businesses, most people depend on low-value agriculture. Power shortage has been one of the major constraints to economic development in the state. Until recently, one-third of Manipur’s 2.8 million people did not have access to electricity. Those that did often received it for an average of 6-8 hours a day. In 2014, the state started scripting a turnaround, and has now significantly improved power supply to its people. So, how did Manipur achieve this?
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Alford Springs: Berkshire Natural Resources Council
Mountainous ridgeline property offers excellent cross-country skiing (not suitable for beginners, though), snowshoeing and, in season, outstanding blackberrying, along with fine views north and east of the Alford Valley.
Acquisition of Natural Resources in Meghalaya: Development or Destruction?
Angela Rangad talks to Newsclick about the struggle being waged in Meghalaya against the acquisition of natural resources for 'developmental' projects like hydro electric power plants etc. She explains how land is linked to issues of identity and ethnicity in the North-East and argues that mining projects in Jaintia Hills, Khasi Hills and the Lumshnong district have led not only to environmental hazards but also a blatant violation of human rights. She says the Sixth Schedule, which gives constitutional protection to community ownership of land, is now up for amendment which could potentially take away people's right over natural resources. She feels therefore, that there is an urgent need for widening alliances across the country to intensify this resistance.
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The Northeast VS The West VS The Mid west VS The south
This video shows off the vast regions of mainland USA both the natural beauty and man - made beauty that makes each one of these regions unique and form the United States of America. Enjoy
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Northeast Landmarks
Student narration and artwork describing nine places of interest in the Northeast.
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