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India in search of New Allies

India in search of New Allies

When the entire world is talking about April 13 launching of satellite by North Korea and even suggested stricter sanctions on Pyongyang, no one uttered even a single word about India’s successful test of a powerful new missile that can carry nuclear weapons to Beijing caused barely a ripple – even in China. While on […]

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 Advertisements 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 […]

Burmese want Pro-Active role from New Delhi

Burmese want Pro-Active role from New Delhi

There are visible changes taking place in Burma. And we expect a pro-active role by the Indian Union government as many Southeast Asian countries are actively engaging with the ruling government in Burma (Myanmar or Brahmadesh), argues Dr. Tint Swe, an exile Burmese politician who is living in New Delhi for two decades. Chairman of Burma […]

Green Band, Blue Band and Smokes of Bangla Spring

Green Band, Blue Band and Smokes of Bangla Spring

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury Political scenario in Bangladesh is really getting fluid, especially when members of the law enforcing agencies opened fire on the opposition protestors on Sunday (January 29, 2012), killing at least four, injuring five hundred plus and arresting more than twelve hundred people. Meanwhile massive confrontation is feared in the capital […]

Assam CM’s son changed statement to save father’s political career- ULFA

Assam CM’s son changed statement to save father’s political career- ULFA

Assam Chief Minister’s son Gaurav Gogoi changed his statement of developing Assam’s economy to save his father’s political career, claims ULFA. By- Staff Reporter | Date– January 16, 2012 The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) has alleged that Gaurav Gogoi, son of Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, has changed his statement (after ULFA declared […]

Anti-Dam movement in Assam for China interest – Tarun Gogoi

Anti-Dam movement in Assam for China interest – Tarun Gogoi

It is the Maoists who have fueled the anti-dam movement in Assam through a Mega Dam Resistance Forum and are working for the interests of China,- claims Tarun Gogoi, Chief Minister of the state. By- Staff Reporter | Date- January 13, 2012 Chief Minister of Assam, Tarun Gogoi has stated the anti-dam movement in Assam has been […]

APFEJ expresses concern at China Dams

By- Correspondent | Date- January 07, 2012 The Asia Pacific Forum of Environmental Journalists (APFEJ) has expressed concern at the ongoing construction of a number of hydroelectric dams in Brahmaputra inside Tibetan region of China. The umbrella organization of environmental journalists based in Asia Pacific region argues that once the dams on the 2,900 km […]

Assam CM Tarun Gogoi’s son praised by ULFA

By- Staff Reporter | Date– January 06, 2012 The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) has appreciated the efforts taken by Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s son Gaurav Gogoi in trying to develop a unique economy for Assam. In a press release sent to Times of Assam by the outfit’s Publicity Commander Arunodoy Dohotiya, the outfit […]

Political reconciliation of Myanmar and its neighbor Bangladesh

Political reconciliation of Myanmar and its neighbor Bangladesh

After Hillary Clinton’s Visit, resourceful Myanmar has become a potential investment hub for South and East Asia which can go a long way in fostering relationship between the SAARC and the ASEAN. By- Swadesh Roy | Date- December 31, 2011 Till some days ago, Myanmar was mostly an isolated country. For Bangladesh, it was a […]

Indian Army denies Chinese damaging border wall

Indian Army denies Chinese damaging border wall

By- Staff Reporter | Date- December 24, 2011 Rubbishing media reports of a recent alleged Chinese intrusion at Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, the Indian Army has claimed that there has been no such incident reported in the international border at the Tawang district. This was confirmed by Brigadier Sudhakarjee at of the Indian Army’s 190 […]