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Hegemon India and the Armed Forces Special Powers Act 1958 Assam and Manipur

Hegemon India and the Armed Forces Special Powers Act 1958 Assam and Manipur

By- Dr. Abhizeet Asom Advertisements The Indian administration has extended the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act 1958 Assam and Manipur by another six months to continue to subdue all aspects of the rebellion against India’s occupational presence in our region. As per reports, this time the so called Maghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh (Nan Zang, excluding […]

What is North East to India

What is North East to India

India is aiming to become a developed nation by the year of 2020. But my questions are – will she become a developed nation if armed conflicts in Jammu and Kashmir or in North East continue to exist? Will she be on top of the world if the oppressed people of the country continue to […]

Armed Forces Special Powers Act – Challenge to Democracy

Armed Forces Special Powers Act – Challenge to Democracy

The Indian Constitution which came into force on 26th January 1950 guaranteed the Right to Life and the Equality before Law to the people of India along with social, economic and political justice, freedom of thought and expression on which Indian democracy thrives. These pillars of democracy on which India claims to be the largest […]

Who is ruling the North East

Who is ruling the North East

What more can I write about the North East, which I must here, used the term Prison of Nations? While New Delhi continues to wait and watch like a jailer since her independence, she let AFSPA complete 55 years, turning the entire north east region into a slaughter house. Heirangoithong Massacre, Oinam Massacre, Operation Rhino, […]

Cyclone Mahasen likely to hit North East States – Alert in Assam

Cyclone Mahasen likely to hit North East States – Alert in Assam

By- Staff Reporter An alert has been sounded across Assam as cyclone Mahasen is likely to hit the North-Eastern states tonight, officials said today. All boats and ferry services on Brahmaputra have been closed for the next three days and fishermen have been directed not to venture out to the river. A control room has been […]

Who is the Terrorist

Who is the Terrorist

Starting with the Naga insurgency since India’s independence in 1947, the north eastern region which has international borders with China, Myanmar, Bhutan and Bangladesh continues to be in the grip of secessionist insurgency. These demands for secession however, evoke strong reactions from the Indian State and deployment of a large number of security forces in […]

Is India losing the North East

Is India losing the North East

By- Ayekpam Basanta Mangang The Northeast which is known for its natural beauty, scenic landscape and peaceful environment is connected to the rest of India by a narrow strip of land which is known as the Siliguri Corridor in West Bengal. The region’s population which constitutes only about 3.8 percent of the total population of […]

Indian Army Colonel among six held with illegal drugs

Indian Army Colonel among six held with illegal drugs

By- Correspondent A Colonel of the Indian Army and an Assistant Manager of a private airline are among six persons apprehended by Thoubal district police commandos for their alleged involvement in smuggling of psychotropic drugs worth nearly Rs 30 crores. The army officer has been identified as Public Relations Officer of Public Information Bureau, Defence […]

Gang Rape – Weapon of India against itself

Gang Rape – Weapon of India against itself

India can’t hide itself now, no matter what prime minister Manmohan Singh or Congress(INC) chief Sonia Gandhi’s promise is on justice for the recent Delhi gang rape victim. The gang rape victim died, but it left public anger among all citizens of India with doubts and questions against the governance of India. It is not […]