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Upwardly Mobile and the middle class Morality

Upwardly Mobile and the middle class Morality

By- Kiron Kakoty Advertisements How long before the mountain of rubbish in Chennai outskirts, the rubbish dumps of Bangalore streets with the nauseating rotten smell is going to be repeated in the so called metropolitan Guwahati and Towns and suburban spaces of Assam? Do we have a policy on rubbish disposal? Or are we wanting […]

Nature of North East India conflict changes – But New Delhi strategy doesn’t

Nature of North East India conflict changes – But New Delhi strategy doesn’t

By- Bibhu Prasad Routray Advertisements On November 25, at least two press releases reached the media houses in the Northeast. The first one from the anti-talk Paresh Baruah faction of the ULFA criticised the divisive policies of New Delhi of creating autonomous councils in Assam under the Sixth schedule of the Constitution. The second one […]

Half a century ago at 00:00 Hours tonight 21 November 1962

Half a century ago at 00:00 Hours tonight 21 November 1962

By- Dilip Dutta STOP: An apology for an error in this paragraph, “After the Establishment of the Peoples Republic of China on 1 October 1949,Chairman Mao took steps to secure Chinese territories and as the Upshot from this policy on 29 April 1954 India had to accept that Tibet belongs to India” India should read […]

Half a Century ago – October 20,1962

Half a Century ago – October 20,1962

By- Dilip Dutta Prologue: 20 days before at Abbey Road Studios, London, Four Liverpudlian youths recorded the song Love me do AND THE LEGEND of BEATLES was born! Happiness abound! The same day at Pinewood Studios, Britain, Sean Connery, a staunch Scottish Nationalist uttered this line, “My name is Bond….James Bond”. And a legendary film ACTOR […]

RAW after doom of ruling party during coming election in Bangladesh

RAW after doom of ruling party during coming election in Bangladesh

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury Indian intelligence agency – RAW, in its recent report has once again forecasted massive defeat of the ruling Bangladesh Awami League, during the 2014 general election in the country. It said, although Bangladesh Awami League, under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina has been exhibiting sincerity in strengthening relations with India, […]

Walmart – Boon but with Caution

Walmart – Boon but with Caution

By- Priyankan Goswami The latest debate on FDI in retail & agriculture reminds us of eminent Assamese filmmaker Jahnu Barua’s classic Xagoroloi Bohudoor (It’s a Long Way to the Sea). The much acclaimed movie beautifully showed the story of a boatman who feared of losing his only source of income when the government decided to […]

Duplicate Cosmetics from China in North-East India

Duplicate Cosmetics from China in North-East India

By- Amir Zahedi | Date- September 05, 2012 Sanjeevani Management Institute a company designed to train management students the art of communication and soft skills relating to customer care was allegedly running it as a company to sell cosmetic related products to customers in the rural area in the name of beautification of skin and […]

How Paresh Baruah managed to escape from Bangladesh

How Paresh Baruah managed to escape from Bangladesh

With special investigation and inputs by our Special Correspondent from Dhaka, Bangladesh After almost all top leaders of the outlawed ULFA were deported to India, the million dollar question for Indian Intelligence, Journalists as well as common people of Assam was Where is Chief of the Staff Paresh Baruah? Everyone thought he would be caught […]

Censorship on Internet – Another dictatorship of Congress

Censorship on Internet – Another dictatorship of Congress

By- Priyankan Goswami Censorship on the internet in India is now, finally a widely debated issue, thanks to the growing awareness amongst the 100 million Indian internet users who are directly affected by the Government’s dictates. Although control or suppression of information available on the net is nothing new to the country, Indians rarely knew […]

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 […]