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NTTW Kenshi wins the WEC 2022 (World Editors Championship).

NTTW Kenshi have won this year's WEC organized by NTTW PRODUCTION HOUSE.

NTTW RusHeR (WEC 2021 Champion) was delighted to organize the Championship. As he said, "I am very much proud and delighted to have this opportunity to organize this season's WEC. I know the pressure the contestants feel as I myself have participated last year's WEC. And for Allah's mercy I won the 2021 WEC, and the same for this year's Champion, NTTW Kenshi. I'm very for him, I hope he'll continue his journey with NTTW."

A total of 5 Contestants participated in the 2022 WEC. NTTW DEVIL, NTTW NyteBat, NTTW Freak, NTTW Kenshi and NTTW MadCap of which NTTW MadCap Did Not Submit (DNS) for which he was disqualified from the championship.

The Results:

  1. NTTW Kenshi (Champion 🏆)
  2. NTTW DEVIL (Special Mention)
  3. NTTW NyteBat
  4. NTTW Freak
  5. NTTW MadCap (DNS)


After the striking of Omicron in India, the fear of Omicron Variant has started floating in the air in the country, there is an atmosphere of fear in the minds of people regarding the third wave of Corona & now the cases have started increasing. A total of 23 cases have been reported in the country so far, after which the state to the central government is on alert. At the same time, scientists have also started trying to gather more information about this variant. Experts are advising people to be cautious and careful regarding the new variant of Corona. Now, questions are also coming into people's mind as to which of the two is more effective against Covishield and Covaxin against the Omicron variant.

According to experts, the Omicron variant has brought 50 new mutations. In which there are 10 mutations in the spike protein where the receptor binds to our lungs. The Omicron variant will have a lesser effect in both the Covishield and Covaxin vaccinations. Clinically, Omicron is not yet posing a burden on the healthcare system but vigil has to be maintained.



Nang Lucky Gogoi of Sivasagar (Assam), working at the national level in social and educational work, has been selected for the National Gandhi Shantidoot Samman 2021.

For the welfare of the society, Gandhi Shantidoot Award Committee of Human Rights and Social Justice recognises 50 social workers working across the country every year after seeing the achievement of social work and invites them for the said award.

Dignitaries honor 50 choosen social workers by giving them the Gandhi Shanti Samman Award in public meeting.

Nang Lucky Gogoi of Assam who is presently the Vice Chairperson of State Anti Drug and Prohibition Council, Govt of Assam, has been selected for this prestigious award to be given on World Human Rights Day this year i.e. on Dec 10, 2021 at Patna , Bihar . She is getting congratulations from all around for this national honor.


নিদ্ৰাহীন অনুভৱ। ----জাহিদুল।

নীৰৱতা ভংগ কৰি

আজি আকৌ

হাতত কলম তুলি

কিছু ছন্দৰে

প্ৰকাশ কৰিব বিচাৰো

নীৰৱতাৰ ৰহস্য।

মায়াবিনী এই জগতত

জীয়াই থকাৰ

কি যে হাবিয়াস,

মৃত্যু পথলৈ গতি কৰি

উভতি আহিলে হে

হয় ইয়াৰ সজ বিশ্বাস।

দুদিনীয়া এই ভ্ৰমণসূচীত

থাকি যাব বিচাৰোঁ


মিছা মায়া, গভীৰ সপোনত

ঘূনিয়া হৈ

হৈ যাওঁ আপোন পাহৰা।

বুজিও নুবুজোঁ

শেষ গন্তব্যস্থানৰ কথা,


ক্ষন্তেকীয়া মায়া

মিছা সপোনক লৈ

ৰচি থাকোঁ জীৱন গাঁথা।।।



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"Importance of physical health in our lives".

Healthy mind lives in a health body.This is proverb which everyone must have heard or read. But only a few pay attention to it. A study was conducted on obesity and many related diseases were found among teenagers. Obesity specifically refers to an excess amount of body fat.Good health comes from knowing the needs and requirements of our body.Being healthy and fit in simple terms means taking good care of the body. We should remember that a healthy mind resides only in a healthy body and good health of both mind and body helps one maintain the required energy level to achieve success in life. A healthy and fit person is capable of living the life to the fullest without any major medical or physical health issues.

Being healthy is not only related to the physical well-being person, it also involves the mental stability or the internal peace of a person and healthy habits improve your physical appearance, mental stability, ability to perform activities in a better way.”In short Health is Wealth” and Health is the most important factor to live a happy and contended life.

By Lalit Agarwalla



Sanchayita Chakraborty, Assam, India


Education is birth right of every individual irrespective of gender. Women education has been one of the major issues since primitive times. In India many political thinkers, social reformers, philosophers and theorists were supporters of women education. Dr. S Radhakrishnan, the great Philosopher and President of India, said that there cannot be educated people without educated women. According to M.K Gandhi, education enables women to uphold their natural right. Swami Dayananda Swaraswati, a Hindu religious leader and founder of the Arya Samaj, considered that it is duty of the state and society to make education compulsory for all girls. According to Swami Vivekananda, daughters should be given as much education as sons so that they can be free from all fetters as self respecting person and can tackle all the problems that face them. Dr. Annie Besant, the founder of the All India Women’s Conference, was an ardent promoter of women’s education in India. She worked to raise the status of girls and women through education. She organized many groups to strive for the furtherance of girl’s school and colleges in many parts of India where girls and women were neglected. The famous reformers like Iswara Chandra Vidyasagar and Raja Ram Mohan Ray also gave emphasis on the education of women.

Women education, In India, is not a result of modern civilization. Even in the early Vedic era, education was open for women. Women had the right to learn fine arts and Veda. They had the right to participate in religious ceremonies along with her husband. Again, if we look towards Epic age, it is found that there is no discrimination of sex in the field of study. In Brihadaranyak Upanishad, a particular mantra was advised to generate a learned daughter. There we notice that the names of Gargi and maitreyi are treated as distinguishing figures in Brahmmavidya – the highest knowledge. In Ramayan and Mahabharta, most of the female characters are found educated. The examples of educated and brilliant women in ancient India is Savitri, Damayanti, Lilawati, Meera etc. But we notice that the position of women has gone through various changes during different ages. At times they had been deteriorated. Although in the Manu Smriti, it was mentioned that women should be highly honoured, we find number of provisions there which actually go against women’s interest. There women are deprived of Upanayana ceremony and thereby of education. From the eleventh century when Mohammad Ghazni conquered India till middle of the eighteenth century when the British rule was established in the country, the ‘Purdah’ system was followed and education of women was stopped. In 1854 women’s education and employment were acknowledged by the East India Company. Then the education was limited only to primary school level and this facility was enjoyed by only richer section of the society. In post independence period the female literacy rate in India was only 8.9%. In 1958, government of India formed a national committee for the education of women and in favor of women education the most of the recommendations of the committee were accepted by the government. As a result, an improvement in the number of female students’ enrolment in higher education is visible since independence. This paper will make a discussion on higher education and its function. How enhancement of female educational level improves not only the standard of living for their children but also improves the prospect of their entire community will also be discussed here. The method of the present work is analytical in nature. The work is theory oriented. An attempt is taken to reach at conclusive point through books, journals and articles available in different libraries in India.

Higher Education and its background in India

Education attained after the completion of secondary level is known as higher education in India. Etymologically, the term ‘Higher Education’ implies the education at degree level and above. In fact, higher educational institutions include not only colleges and universities. All other institutions which allow only post- secondary candidates in their campus are also treated as higher educational institutions. Such as Technological Institutions, Schools of Medicine, Schools in the field of Business, Teacher’s Training School etc. We find higher education had its roots in ancient India. Being influenced by Vedic learning, large teaching institutions like Taxila, Nalanda and Vikramshila were established in ancient India which is often characterized as India’s early universities. During the time of British Raj in India, there were about eighteen universities in the country. At the end of British rule, in 1947, the number of students receiving university education were 1, 80,000 only. By 1957, the number of students in the universities increased up to 6, 00,000. In the various Five Year Plans, education development schemes were adopted and scholarship/stipends were launched for students. As a result, public was attracted towards university education. Now a day, with the growth of population, higher education in India is being complex and challenging. India has large higher educational institutions. It has 777 universities (as per website of UGC as on 02.12.2016) and many degree colleges under the affiliation of nearby universities.

Role of Higher Education

Higher Education can widen our vision and can develop our power of generalization and abstract thought. It does not directly prepare us for any particular profession. Rather, it may indirectly make us better fitted to deal with any situation in which we may find ourselves placed. Throughout history, human progress was possible due to devotion of men and women to the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake. Today, a university is the best place to acquire knowledge and develop the power of judgment. It can make persons leaders and pioneers in their respective field of thought. If we wish to serve our own nation and the entire world as well, we must exercise leadership intelligently and wisely. This is possible only by developing qualities of clear thinking, hard work and disciplined application. A university is the place where we come into contact with the highest ideas and values evolved by men and try to make them an essential element of our own personality.

Need of Higher Education for Women

Higher education is not restricted to male only. It is very important for female also. It enables women to improve quality of life at home and outside. No doubt higher educated women can provide better guidance to their children which are very necessary in the development process. It is found that sons and daughters of employed mothers are free from traditional gender-role attitude. Moreover, it is found that daughters of employed mother have good academic achievement and higher career success. Higher education is the most important means of empowering women with the knowledge, skills and self-confidence so that they can fix themselves up with position in the society. Higher educated women enjoy better job position. Higher education plays a key role in promotion of women in their working life. Again, higher education increases a woman’s abilities to deal with problems not only of her life and family, but also of society and nation. Women’s higher education leads to social benefit as most of them are likely to engage in civic participation. As higher education of women increases the income of women, it leads to growth in gross domestic product.


From social point of view, it may be said that it is a good sign if status of women in technological, scientific and other spheres are considered as efficient. So, women should be awakened enough so that they cannot be subdued. They should be prepared for participation in social, political and financial aspect of life.


1 Bhatia,K and Bhatia, B.D . (1945) THEORY AND PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION, Delhi, Nai Sarak , Doaba House.

2. Kabir, Humayun. (1961) INDIAN PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION, Asia publishing house.

3. Khan, Mohammad Abbas. (2004), MODERN CONPERATIVE EDUCATION, India, New Delhi, Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd.

4. www.ugc.ac.in


The music scenario in Assam has gone through a variety of changes throughout the years.

By - Avalanches Pvt limited. On 2021-08-25 04:45 GMT | Update On 2021-08-25 04:45 GMT

A new chapter in Assamese Music

The music scenario in Assam has gone through a variety of changes throughout the years. From the melodies of the legendary, Bhupen Hazarika to the tunes of Zubeen Garg, we have listened to them, danced to them and even cried to some of their songs.

This legacy of Assamese Music has taken a new turn. Artistes like Shankuraj Konwar, Maitrayee Patar, Sannidhya Bhuyan, Abhi Saikia, Priyanku Dutta, Tonmoy Krypton,Pincool Ahmed,Karan Das among others are revolutionizing the Assamese Music Industry. Their full-house shows and the millions of views they have racked up on their respective YouTube channels are a testament to their growing popularity among today's youth.

Shankuraj Konwar's Alakananda penned by Maitrayee Patar is a staple to any music lover in the State right now. His other hits with fellow artiste Abhi Saikia — Nakhyatra and Jolopropat are sure to achieve cult status.

Sannidhya Bhuyan has been producing hits after hits in collaboration with a variety of new-gen artistes from Assam. His songs, Jipaal 2.0, Xuronajana, and Tumi Xubaxh with fellow artiste Tonmoy Krypton have racked up millions of views on YouTube and have made him a household name. Priyanku Dutta has also given hits songs like Mathu Tumi Xubakhi and Xantir Xukh which have been splashed with Assamese magical words.

This new generation of artistes is taking the industry by storm and is sure to take Assamese Music to new heights. It is only the beginning of what I think is a stepping stone for Assamese Music to take the national and global stage.


OTC Pediatric Healthcare Market To Gain Substantial Traction Through 2033

According to Regional Research Reports, "the Global OTC Pediatric Healthcare Market is projected to reach multi-million USD by 2030 from a million USD in 2021, growing at a CAGR of 7.20% from 2022 to 2030".

This report provides comprehensive market estimation information concern to the total valuation that is presently accounted for by this industry and it also includes segmentation, companies’ analysis along with the growth opportunities and trends present across this business application. This report also provides the effect of the recession, Inflation on the market, sanctions, and trade war between various countries. This report can provide the estimation and suggestions of various organizations such as the IMF, World Bank, WTO, and others. In addition, it Includes profitability charts, SWOT analysis, market share, and detailed information on the regional spread of this business. Moreover, the report analyzes the insight into the current market position of prominent players/companies in the competitive landscape of this market

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Major companies and vendors included in the OTC Pediatric Healthcare Market are:

Procter & Gamble

Johnson & Johnson

GlaxoSmithKline Plc

Abbott Laboratories

Amway Corporation

Bayer Aktiengesellschaft


Pfizer Inc.

Reckitt Benckiser Group plc

Church & Dwight Co. Inc.

(Note: we include the maximum-to-maximum companies in the final report with the recent development, partnership, and acquisition of the companies.)

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By Product Type

Gastro Intestinal




Other Products

By Application

Drug store/ Pharmacy

Hospital Pharmacies

Modern Trade

Convenience Store

Online Retailers

Other Channel

By Region

North America

Asia Pacific


South America

MEA (Middle East &Africa)

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Common Products: OTC pediatric healthcare products include items such as infant pain relievers (e.g., acetaminophen and ibuprofen), cough and cold remedies, allergy medications, vitamins and supplements, oral rehydration solutions, diaper rash creams, and teething gels. These products aim to alleviate common childhood ailments and discomforts.

Safety and Regulations: Safety is a paramount concern in the OTC pediatric healthcare market. Regulatory agencies like the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States and similar authorities in other countries set strict guidelines for the manufacturing, labeling, and marketing of these products to ensure they are safe and effective for children.