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How to open link in new tab in simple way

First of all you will need this code
<base target='_blank'/>

 Follow the following step below
Go to your blogger dashboard.Select your blog then Click Template.Backup your template.Click on “Edit HTML”Press Cntrl+F and Search <head> tag in HTML.Add the following piece of code just below the <head> tag.Save your Template, Check if it work, it work yay.. comment below :D (^.0) Well you don't need to add  Java script for this.  Just add <base target='_blank'/>   inside  <head> </head>tagwill do.



You wana test,, click any link in my blog it work right . Comment below if it help :D



Paite ADC in Mizoram, India

The Paites are indigenous tribes of Mizoram under the Greater Assam state since 1300 AD. The Tribal Research Institute of Mizoram  in their published book,”Paite in Mizoram” stated that the Paite people entered the present Mizoram along with  Palian Chief of Lushai around the first half of the 17th century. The first census of Lushai Hills by the British in 1901 have recorded that there were 2,870 Paites in Mizoram. In 1921 census, there were 10,460 Paites in Mizoram. But in the subsequent Census operations Paites was not found in such records as ‘Paite’. This injustice is difficult to understand for the minority tribes. If census is carried correctly on ethnic line, the Paite population
will
not be less than one lakh (1,00,000) in Mizoram state. The Union Government has recognised Paite as one of the tribes in Mizoram vide The Gazette of India Notice No. 10 of 2003 date January 8, 2003 of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Orders (Amendment) Act, 2002.The Paite are not a re…

Petition to PM of India

LETTER TO

Prime Minister of India The President of India, National Human Rights Commission, India Ministry Of Tribal Affairs Ministry of Law and Justice Ministry of Minority Affairs Government of India

Stop killing! Separate administration for tribals of Manipur.

On the 31st August, 2015, the Manipur Assembly passed 3 Bills namely the Protection of Manipur People Bill, 2015, The Manipur Shops and Establishments (Second Amendment) Bill, 2015 and the Manipur Land Revenue and Land Reforms (Seventh Amendment) Bill, 2015. The bills passed, identified as a direct threat to the very existence of the various ethnic communities in the state, are condemned and highly contested in the hill areas. The tribal populace and their representatives were not consulted in the whole process of adopting, drafting and passing of the aforementioned bills amounting to a clear violation of the constitutional safeguards of the tribals where it is mentioned that the tribes will solely have decisions pertaining to their …

Itna Masuan in

Hiai Picture January 24 2012 nu a ka facebook  a ka upload ahi,, A limlak ah kei toh Mate, 2011 kum a lim kaki lak khom lai uh tuang a thu ki gelh pen ahih le "Itna masuan in " chih laa Muana Ngaihte Sak laa a pat ka gelh khiak ahi,, A laa ngai khe chen2 in type chen2 zel.. ki peih tak ahi tu ning kho i ngaihtuah thak leh.. hiai nu (mate) chu ngaih khatak keive,, kum 3 pai nung a le ki phawk thak2 lai, bangdang le hon ngaihtuah sak kei,,
 Mel ziak a itna om hilou ahi chih chu hiai apt in ka chiang mah2 ve, Itna pen melhoih ziak a itna om le hituan kei,, Tua chu kholai a kimu lele ki leh ngat mai ta a..  I tuh gaih mah ki att zel ahi ana chih uh chu dik tou zel din a ki lang,,  hiaiteng khong hi tuni a dia ka gelhtheih.
*Love is Blind but when Poverty knock the door loves fly away#

Land Rights of Tribal

Land Rights of Tribal and State Land Laws : Manipur D P Panmei *
Introduction: 
The State of Manipur is divided into two regions viz. the hills and valley. Its physical area measures 22, 327 sq. km. of which the valley portion covers 2,248 sq. km. whereas hill areas cover 20,089 sq. km. The valley area is surrounded by hill and this central plain portion covers about 10% of the total geographical area of the State. The remaining 90% area is under hill regions. Different tribal communities occupy this hill region (P. Binodini Devi � Tribal Land System of Manipur). The central region of the State is inhabited by the general people Meiteis including Muslims and some tribals. 
There are about 37 tribal communities, out of which 33 had been specified as Scheduled Tribes under the Constitution of India. These different tribal communities occupy the hill region of the State and the region is divided into five revenue districts and the plain region has 4 (four) districts. The tribals' rep…

MANIPUR BURNING : LAMKA ON FIRE

Lamka, August 31: A mob agitated over the passing of three bills that have infringed upon the rights of the state tribals, has tonight ransacked and set fire several properties of at least five MLAs from the district. The mob that sprouts following a bout of alarm bells initially attacked the residence of health minister Phungzathang Tonsing located at New Lamka around 6pm. They ransacked the house and set aflame several furnitures. The fire is said to have caught the concrete structure by 7 pm as water tankers and fire tenders and the Police that had rushed to the spot were attacked and forced to withdraw. Several of the mob then moves towards the residence of Thanlon MLA Vungzagin Valte also located at New Lamka wherein they set ablaze the security

sentry post and a vehicle. The Deputy Commissioner Lunminthang Haokip, who has rushed towards the minister’s residence was also attacked. His official vehicle along with that of his escort’ was vandalised and overturned at Damkam Bazar. T…