Manmohan Singh

Majuli rejected by UNESCO

By- Staff Reporter | Date- March 21, 2012 Advertisements In year 2008, The UNESCO had rejected the appeal to include Majuli in its coveted list citing reasons that the complete list of the surviving Satras of Majuli was missing. In 2010, when Majuli was rejected again, UNESCO stated reason that the Universal Value of the […]

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. Advertisements 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 […]

Journalist detained in Myanmar – Jouranlists’ Forum appeal to PM

The Journalists’ Forum Assam has appealed to the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh to look into the issue of the two Assamese  journalists who have remained untraced since their detention in Myanmar on December 3 last. It has been reported that two Indian journalists, Rajib Bhattacharya and Pradip Gogoi of Assam, is reported […]

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 […]

Tour Luxury Of Bangladeshi Foreign Minister

Tour Luxury Of Bangladeshi Foreign Minister

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Date- October 04, 2011 By educational background, she is a physician, while never have practiced in the entire life, except being very active as a lower-mid level political activist. Though there is no allegation of being a corrupt, the Bangladeshi foreign minister, Dr. Dipu Moni spent 13 months in […]

India Harbouring Cross-Bord​er Terrorism

India Harbouring Cross-Bord​er Terrorism

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Date- October 31, 2011 While Bangladeshi government showed over enthusiasm in arresting a number of leading figures of United Liberation Front of Assam(ULFA) as well as continuing to allow secret operations of Central Bureau of Intelligence inside Bangladesh territory, Indian authorities are not only declining Dhaka’s request in handing […]

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 […]

Prime Minster decides to defend Chidambaram on 2G scam

Prime Minster decides to defend Chidambaram on 2G scam

By- Correspondent | Date- September 25, 2011 Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has decided to show his faith on Home Minister P Chidambaram over allegations over him being involved in the 2G scam. He is also expected to meet Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee today in New York to discuss the issue. The Prime Minister also […]

Blood in Himalayan paradise – Earthquake toll rising

By- Correspondent | Date- September 20, 2011 The death toll due to last Sunday evening’s devastating 6.8-magnitude earthquake has been continuously on the rise. The earthquake which had its epicenter at Nepal – Sikkim border is reported to have left over 70 people dead and hundreds missing as this news is being written. The otherwise […]

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’ […]