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Singpho festival teaches lessons of unity

Singpho festival teaches lessons of unity

India’s North East comprises of ethnic and regional characters owing to its distinct location, diversified geographical framework and multicolored tribes. The region with the advent of spring of every year booms with festivity celebrating Mother Nature’s gift of abundant resources, hard work of their forefathers and the fertility of the lands. With not an exception, […]

Paresh Baruah overtakes Arabinda Rajkhowa & Co

Paresh Baruah overtakes Arabinda Rajkhowa & Co

By- Priyanuj Gohain The homecoming of the Jailed leaders of the ULFA including its Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, released on bail to facilitate talks with the Government was celebrated across the states in such frenzy that the Government had to ban public display of ULFA-Flags. The symbol of the rising sun was once again visible across […]

India- Myanmar talk co-operation, reopening Stilwell Road discussed

India- Myanmar talk co-operation, reopening Stilwell Road discussed

By- Correspondent | Date- October 15, 2011 The much awaited and debated opening of the Stilwell Road took a new development yesterday with the Myanmar Government discussing possibilities of reopening the historical road with new arrangements. The discussion took place yesterday during a meeting between the Minister of Border Affairs of Myanmar, Lt General Thien […]

Tapan Baruah – The tragic history behind 28th Battalion of ULFA

Tapan Baruah – The tragic history behind 28th Battalion of ULFA

28th Battalion of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), considered the most dreaded of all battalions of the outfit had risen to its peak of popularity amongst the common people of Assam during the days when Tapan Baruah(Original name Madan Das) was its commander. When the very handsome Tapan Baruah, one of the trainees of the […]