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Regionalism in Assam – The need for its Revival and Difficulties

Regionalism in Assam – The need for its Revival and Difficulties

By- Pulakesh Upadhyaya Advertisements Regionalism, as a political ideology is gaining ground in India. If we go back to history, we will find that, after the regional movements in the South and in Punjab, the movement in Assam can be counted as one of the oldest regional movements in the country. The paradigm shift that […]

The Assam Legislative Assembly

The Assam Legislative Assembly

Since 1826, the British ruled Assam as a part of Bengal under a Commissioner. With the annexation and clubbing of Cachar, Naga Hills, Khasi and Jaintia Hills and Garo Hills, the territorial area of Assam grew to 30,000 sq miles. Soon it became difficult for the British to run such a vast area. The Lt. […]

Quota to Muslims likely in Assam – Next Strategy of Congress

Quota to Muslims likely in Assam – Next Strategy of Congress

By- Staff Reporter | Date- January 13, 2012 Assam is likely to have quota for Muslims soon, as hinted by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi. In press conference yesterday, Gogoi stated that the Assam Government has formed a committee to finalize the quota formula and we will soon declare the details. The Chief Minister also suggested that […]

Recent Acitivity of Assam Govt pushing AGP & BJP hundred years back

Recent Acitivity of Assam Govt pushing AGP & BJP hundred years back

By– Priyankan Goswami The recent big news in all newspapers of Assam have been the surprise visits made to their respective departments by some newly sworn in Ministers. This is seen to be done by especially those accused with corruption before the elections. Dr Himanta Biswa Sharma visited the civil hospital at Barpeta and took […]