Arunachal Pradesh

NSCN(K) attacks Indian Army camp in Longding of Arunachal Pradesh

NSCN(K) attacks Indian Army camp in Longding of Arunachal Pradesh

More than 40 Indian Army personnel suffered heavy casualties in a planned ambush by NSCN(K) in Niausa of Arunachal Pradesh, today on October 10, 2017. Advertisements But Indian Army’s Public Relation Officer(Defence) Guwahati and Shillong Lt Col Suneet Newton denied the report of the happening when contacted. Talking to Times of Assam, NSCN(K)/GPRN MIP informed that the […]

What is North East to India

What is North East to India

India is aiming to become a developed nation by the year of 2020. But my questions are – will she become a developed nation if armed conflicts in Jammu and Kashmir or in North East continue to exist? Will she be on top of the world if the oppressed people of the country continue to […]

Delhi’s Politics of Division

Delhi’s Politics of Division

By- Hiranya Saikia Assam became a part of British Indian Empire in 1826 by the treaty of Yandaboo. Since 1874, colonial Assam grew with an area of 2, 55,000 sq km, comprising the Northeast except the princely states of Manipur and Tripura. Assam was governed under a Chief Commissioner with its capital located at Shillong. […]

National Award to teachers in Pedagogy by the President of India

National Award to teachers in Pedagogy by the President of India

Like every year, this year also, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, organized a programme on 5th September at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi to honour the teachers with the prestigious National Award to Teachers. On this occasion, Honourable President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee gave away the prestigious President Award to the teachers […]

Six person killed in bus crash in Lakhimpur

By- Staff Reporter | Date- May 23, 2012 Six passengers were killed and 35 others injured in a collision between two buses on the National Highway 52 in Lakhimpur district on today morning. The incident occured when one Arunachal Pradesh State Transport Corporation bus from Along to Silapathar collided with a private bus from Barpeta […]

European Delegation visit to Nagaland confirms Indian fears about NE

By- Staff Reporter | Date- May 16, 2012 There is a high possibility of Nagaland and other North Eastern states being put back under the Protected Area Permit (PAP) norms which would mandate foreigners to attain permission from Ministry of Home Affairs before visiting the region. This is owing to the controversy resulted by the […]

Indian Nuclear bases in Assam to combat China – ULFA

Indian Nuclear bases in Assam to combat China – ULFA

By- Staff Reporter | Date- March 26, 2012 In a startling revelation, the outlawed ULFA fighting for an Independent Asom has claimed that the Indian Government is secretly setting up Nuclear Missile Bases in North East India, especially in Assam in lieu of its growing conflict with China. As such, the Indian Government has already […]

North East MPs raise Voice against negligence of New Delhi

By- Staff Reporter | Date- March 21, 2012 The debate on the President’s Address saw MPs from North East India bring out their share of grievance and anger against the injustice by the center, long claimed as the Step Mother of the Region. China’s suspected plan of diversion of the lifeline of the region Brahmaputra […]

Ex Indian Army Chief says China may occupy Arunachal

Ex Indian Army Chief says China may occupy Arunachal

By- Staff Reporter | Date- March 16, 2012 General V P Malik, Former Indian Army Chief has concerned that China may try to forcefully occupy Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India anytime and that India has to step up the vigil along the Chinese border in that region. Malik, addressing a symposium on How prepared India […]