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Indian Economic slowdown – Look East & Ban West

Indian Economic slowdown – Look East & Ban West

As I pen this down, our Facebook walls are filled with jokes, quotes and anguish of how the Indian Economy is going to dogs, how rupees rises up only when Dhoni tosses the coin and how price rise is affecting all of us. True, -If India would have been self-sufficient, the dollar value would have […]

Autonomy versus Sovereignty – Assam is not alone

Autonomy versus Sovereignty – Assam is not alone

By- Dilip Dutta As the colonization curtains were falling across the globe some geographical regions remained under the clutches of the colonizers and also neo-colonizers (usually of the same skin color  continued to maintain their hold on many regions. The United Nations Charter fortunately became the savior for these regions and many have managed to be free and became independent […]

Rampant Growth of fake Financial Institution and role of Financial Literacy in Assam

Rampant Growth of fake Financial Institution and role of Financial Literacy in Assam

By- Abdul Kalam Azad Assam is going through a very tough time. The devastating flood has washed out everything of the farmer of the state. The GS Road molestation case has made the Assamese ashamed and the violence in lower Assam has created humanitarian crisis. All along these, relentless blow from the fake financial institution […]

Aiding NE insurgents – India to irk China

Aiding NE insurgents – India to irk China

By- Staff Reporter | Date- November 17, 2011 India is likely to raise the issue of China aiding several insurgent groups of North East India when the Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh would meet Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on the sidelines of the ASEAN and East Asia Summit at Bali in Indonesia later this […]

Bangladesh Government In Search Of New Allies in Asia

Bangladesh Government In Search Of New Allies in Asia

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury While ruling Bangladesh Awami League in general and the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in particular is greatly unhappy over India’s last-minute back out from striking the Teesta and Feni river water sharing treaties, according to The Telegraph, published from Kolkata (India), in an opinion editorial titled ‘Large-hearted message from visit’ […]

ASIAN and SAARC have to be closer – Zet Mirzal Zainuddin in exclusive interview

By- Swadesh Roy | Place- Dhaka | Date- September 5, 2011 Zet Mirzal Zianuddin is a highly senior diplomat of Republic of Indonesia. His diplomatic carrier is very long and bright. He is now working as ambassador ofIndonesiain People’s republic ofBangladeshandRepublicofNepal. In an exclusive interview he raises a good point that, religion fundamentalist and extremist […]