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10 things where Assam badly needs a change

10 things where Assam badly needs a change

Revolution is not something that is created by political elites, but rather by ordinary people only when they change the way they think and live. Advertisements 14 years ago there were dreams of what the new millennium will bring to the human civilization, this world, to this country, etc. But what have we got? As […]

Delhi’s Politics of Division

Delhi’s Politics of Division

By- Hiranya Saikia Advertisements 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 […]

Identity Crisis – ‘People of Assam’ instead of Assamese

By- Dr Abhizeet Asom Upon divisive fratricidal dirty machinations by the colonial India against the land and the people of Assam no sign of halting, I felt the need to make this important statement. Many people of our beloved land instead of being an Assamese first, choosing to identify themselves with his or her indigenous […]

Unification over Denationalization in Assam – Citizens must act before militants

Unification over Denationalization in Assam – Citizens must act before militants

Before militants like ULFA or Maoists grab the opportunity due to our lack of vision, a reconciliation process in Assam to foster unity amidst different ethnicity and express apology for the decades of de-nationalizing them is required from us. By – Priyankan Goswami Ever since the Republic of India came into existence more than six decade ago, […]