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Sustainable Development Leadership Award to  Chief Minister Chamling-President of India praises Sikkim

New Delhi October 6: Sikkim Chief Minister Sri Pawan Chamling was today conferred the prestigious 2016 ‘Sustainable Development Leadership Award’ by  the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee,during the World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) organized by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. While presenting the award, President Shri Mukherjee hailed Sikkim as the most progressive State of the Union and applauded Sri Chamling’s leadership in making Sikkim the first organic State of the country. He said that Sikkim has always endeavored to maintain harmony with the requirements of climate change. President  Mukherjee further  recalled his long association with Sri Chamling, spanning more than two decades, and complimented him on being the longest serving Chief Minister of a State of the country. He wished Sri Chamling success in the march of Sikkim towards its developmental goals.                                                         For more  Click 

 World Sustainable Development Summit in New Delhi,

Chief Minister Chamling Address the Summit

New Delhi, October 6:The World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) is being organized by the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) from October 5-8, 2016, in New Delhi under the broad rubric of ‘Beyond 2015: People, Planet and Progress’. The WSDS organized by TERI as an annual feature is India’s foremost platform discussing issues of sustainability since 2001. The Railway Minister, Government of India Sri Suresh Prabhu also shared the dais with the Chief Minister Sri Pawan Chamling and in his address spoke very highly of Sikkim’s efforts in the field of sustainable development.

Sri Pawan Chamling,  Chief Minister of Sikkim who delivered the special address at the plenary session of the WSDS, that was held at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi and was attended by dignitaries from all across the globe. For more  Click 

Chief Minister Inaugurates Another new Temple in Sikkim, Shri Vishwa Vinakaya Temple

Rhenock October 3: Shri Vishwa Vinakaya Temple” was formally inaugurated by State Chief Minister Shri Pawan Chamling and Shri Dinesh Chandra, Organizing Secretary General of Vishwa Hindu Parishad inaugurated the newly built “Shri Vishwa Vinakaya Temple” at Rungdung, Rhenock, East Sikkim toady and dedicated it to the people of Sikkim. After the inauguration ceremony, Chief Minister Mr. Chamling while addressing a gathering of people and students expressed his gratitude to Shri Dinesh Chandra for sparing his precious time and making it possible to attend the function. “His gracious precence is the pride and honour to the people of Sikkim.” Chief Minister Chamling said. Further he added that it’s the good fortune of the people of Sikkim that they have the blessings of Shri Chandra. He, on behalf of the people of Sikkim welcomed Shri Dinesh Chandra.                          For more  Click 

    SIBLAC And BLPF Condemn Allegation on LT Issue

 Gangtok, October 4: Sikkim Bhutia Lepcha Apex Committee (SIBLAC) and Sikkim Bhutia Lepcha Protection force (BLPF) condemned the reported statement of Chief Minister of Sikkim on his speech on October 2.

       Photo: SIBLAC and BLPF addressing the media at Press Club of Sikkim

While speaking to media person here at Press Club Sikkim, Shri Tseten Tashi Bhutia said, " We strongly condemned the statement of Chief Minister Chamling about Limbu and Tamang seat reservation issue in which he alleged SIBLAC and SKM party for any possible delay for seat reservation to Limbu and Tamang for Sikkim Assemly . It is reported in the media that LT seat may be delayed due to the reason of  SIBLAC and SKM. Tseten said that "we support the demand of LT seat reservation and also the seat reservation to Nepali community." Further, he said that state government must be transparent enough and the memorandum submitted to the Centre by state government must be made public as the people has right for information."

SKM Party Sets Ultimatum to State Government on Appointment to Non-Sikkimese & Concern over ITFT Students

 Gangtok, October 3: Sikkim Krantikari Morcha( SKM) has given ultimatum to the State Government with regard to the appointment of a non-Sikkimese lady at capacity building on temporary post and growing concern of the students of Sikkimese students who were studying ITFT Chandigarh. SKM party has demanded the Government to revoke the appointment of a non-Sikkimese lady and setting up of a Fact Finding Committee on the matter of the Sikkimese students who were send to ITFT, Chandigarh for higher studies wherease the institution was found not recognized by University which it is stated, was known only after 3 -4 years by the students.Earlier, the party  President and MLA met the State Chief Secretary and demanded the action on the matters. It is reported that Chief Secretary assured to find out the solution within 10 days. The SKM party declared that the party has set ultimatum up to October 21 and if the proper solution will not be found out by the state, it is warned that the party will launch a bigger agitation.

Department Issues Statement on the matter 

of Students of ITFT College

Gangtok, September 27:A meeting was called in the Chamber of Principal Secretary, HRDD Sri GP Upadhyaya, IAS, in which the Commissioner-cum-Secretary, SJEWD Sri Ravindra Telang, IAS, Director (Higher Education), HRDD Sri Jitendra Singh Raje, IAS, Joint Director (Scholarship) Sri Chuksung Lepcha, SJEWD and Regional Director, IGNOU, Gangtok, Shri Y. Bhutia were present.

Principal Secretary, HRDD then spoke to Prof. Ravindra Kumar, Vice Chancellor, IGNOU and explained to him regarding withholding of admission to students of ITFT by the IGNOU Regional Centre at Gangtok. After the detailed discussion on the issue, the Vice Chancellor assured that the students will be allowed to continue their course for which they were admitted. He then also gave necessary directions to the Regional Director, IGNOU over phone to immediately allow the students to continue with their course and that a written clarification to this effect will also be sent at the earliest. The Regional Director further emphasized that he has never questioned the validity of degree issued by the Punjab Technical University and after having received the instructions directly from his VC, the matter stands resolved.

According to a press statement, the department claims that the issue raised by students of ITFT regarding withholding of admission in IGNOU stands fully resolved.

On the other hand, Minister Tulshidevi Rai, in a social media expresses that the certificates issued to the students are valid and just because IGNOU does not have similar course in Masters Level does not mean that  certificates are not genuine nor does that mean that their future is ruined.

Further, she appealed the  students not to fall easy prey to political baits. They have nothing to offer except instigation, which is against their interest.

Regarding issue, the aggrieved students have demanded the Department to find out solution at once for their interest.

Photo: The Cleanliness drive  by the students of Holy Cross School, Tadong.
                                                                
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Welcome to  Sikkim.............!!!

Sikkim is one of the most peaceful and beautiful state of India. This Himalayan state is bordered by West Bengal, China,  Nepal   and Bhutan in the East. With a total area of 7,096 sq.km, Sikkim covers  0.22 percent of the  total geographical area of India with  a population of 540493 (2001 census). Climate of Sikkim varies from tropical to alpine. The maximum temperature during summer is 25 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature is 13 degree Celsius. During winter, the maximum temperature is 13 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature is 04 degree Celsius. Usually, the best season to visit Sikkim is April to June during pre-summer season and October to December for winter season. During summer, light woolens clothes are ideal to use while heavy woolens clothes are best during winter  season.

           How to visit Sikkim ?- 

By flight:

From Delhi or most of the metropolitan cities of India, one can make a trip up to Bagdogra airport of North Bengal, the nearest port. One can even hire Pawan Hans helicopter service from Bagdogra to Gangtok, otherise, any one can hire taxi from Bagdogra to Gangtok which is three and half hour journey.

By road:

The capital Gangtok is well connected by roads with Siliguri, Kalimpong and Darjeeling. Private Buses and taxis are available.Sikkim Nationalized Transport(SNT) bus service run by Government of Sikkim too available from Siliguri to Gangtok and back. Bus and other private taxi services  are available from Siliguri SNT bus terminus, Pradhan Nagar.

 Different tourist spots:

There are as many as places of tourist interest in Sikkim.  Local taxis and conveyance are available to visit these places from Gangtok. Permit to visit Nathula is available from Gangtok.

 Travel agents, trek & tour operators

There are more than 120 travel agents and trek & tour operators  registered and recognized by Government of Sikkim. They are very professional and hospitable who organize everything require for the esteemed tourists visiting in the State. They are well trained and equipped. Complaints can be lodged against any person who unnecessarily harass the tourist. "Tourists are our guest" is the slogan of every Sikkimese people according to their tradition and culture.  If you have any query or willing to know detail information

 about Sikkim, you can get our free service by e-mail .

 Put your questions at snowlinemail@yahoo.com

or Contact: Sikkim Tourist Information Centre, MG Road, Gangtok

 Ph: 03592-221634/227720

Sikkim Tourist Information Centre, New Delhi: 14 Panchsheel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi PIN 110021Ph:011-26115346; 26115171. Sikkim Tourist Information Centre, Kolkata:  4/1, Middletown Street, Kolkata-16 Ph: 22817905

Sikkim Tourist Information Centre, Siliguri: SNT Colony, Pradhan Nagar, Siliguri,West Bengal Ph: 2512646

If you have any complaint, you can always make such complaint at any tourist information centre or nearest police station. However, the policy of Sikkim Government is to give best treatment to all the visiting tourists as guests. However, sometime, over charging of fare by taxi drivers or travel agents have come to the notice which has been amicably settled too.TAAS, an association of travel agents too settled such issue in the past.

 PLEASE BE SINCERE ENOUGH THAT YOUR COMPLAINT IS GENUINE ONE AND SUPPORTED BY EVIDENCE.

Please do not throw garbage at random.Eco-tourism as a sustainable development is the main objective of tourism in Sikkim. Tourists are requested not to dispose off garbage at lakes and holy places. They must be collected and be disposed off in the garbage bag or containers only.

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The view of Lachung, North Sikkim

during snowfall time in winter

The view of Tsomo or Changu lake, East Sikkim  during snowfall time in winter

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Photo: The Ropeway car riding  from Deorali ,

 Gangtok to Secretariat is a joyful experience. The tourists are enjoying the ride in this season.Those who are visiting this season are most fortunate

ones to have experienced this kind of pleasant climatic condition at all.

 

Photo: Chardham or Siddheswari temple at Namchi

Seat Reservation to Limbu and Tamang  In Sikkim Legislative Assembly Under Art.371F(f)

-by Bijay Bantawa

 The  seat reservation issue in Sikkim legislative assembly is being debated in public domain and in assembly since Limbu and Tamang were given the tribal status in 2003 . If we look back to the history of Sikkim, all the seats arrangement of the state made so far reflect the spirit of the 8th May Agreement of 1973 and thereafter the resolution passed in the Indian parliament under which 371F is enshrined in the constitution with the merging of Sikkim in India in 1975. The safeguard of the interest of the Sikkimese people therefore, protected under the constitution (Thirty Sixth Amendment) Act, 1975 and Article 371F. .  For More

 Khangchendzonga: The first expedition

- Dr. P.K.Chhetri  

      By the beginning of the twentieth century, Khangchen-dzonga and its surrounding areas were adequately mapped, which opened an opportunity for the eager mountaineers to try their luck to scale its lofty heights. By 1899, its two circuits had been successfully completed by explorers facing all hazards; glaciers delineated and possible routes to reach its summit were also ascertained. Now mountaineers simply waited for the sponsors to support them financially to go ahead to conquer its summit.                                                               For More

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