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Revisiting the Indian Constitution

By- Nava Thakuria | Date- February 12, 2012 India as a largest democracy in the globe may be a prime source of inspiration for many other nations, but the country is itself facing crisis in many fronts. The deepen crisis of governance & administration, regional imbalance, strain in Centre-State relationship, unabated corruption, and Indian civil society […]

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 […]

Indian Democracy – Where Anna Hazare failed

Indian Democracy – Where Anna Hazare failed

No Anna or Irom Sharmila, no amount of hunger strikes or street protests will be able to clean our democracy whose virtues are slowly being spilled into the greater drains of capitalism, nepotism and imperialism. By – Priyankan Goswami The version 3.0 of Anna Hazare fasting for Lokpal bill has come to an end, even […]

India’s North East Region in 2011 – Declining Violence & Distant Peace

India’s North East Region in 2011 – Declining Violence & Distant Peace

2012 is far near. Former Deputy Director in the National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) Dr. Bibhu Prasad Routray writes his analytic piece about North East India in the period of 2011. By- Bibhu Prasad Routray 2011 was the year of consolidation of the absence of violence-phenomenon that has dawned in India’s Northeast for the past few […]

Goodby Bhupenda – Assam Mourns Maestro’S Demise

Goodby Bhupenda – Assam Mourns Maestro’S Demise

By- Nava Thakuria | Date- November 06, 2011 The news came as shocking and heart breaking. The local television flashed the news in graphics (letter) and the people of Assam couldnot comprehend the language, because it highlighted the saddest news – Dr Bhupen Hazarika is no more. Called him Bhupenda by everyone in Assam and […]

Opus Virtual Offices to provide USA presence for Indian IT Companies

Opus Virtual Offices to provide USA presence for Indian IT Companies

Opus Virtual Offices, one of the premier providers of virtual office services in the United States, announces the expansion of its international outreach program, encouraging IT and other businesses in India and around the world to take advantage of low cost access to prime U.S. corporate addresses by utilizing virtual offices.  An international business can […]