Myanmar

Identity tag dehumanizes Rohingyas

Identity tag dehumanizes Rohingyas

Today we argue here some of the issues, which are long-settled couple of centuries back—so not supposed to even raise in modern-day, but we do as feel needed, though unfortunately. Starting with racial manipulation of identity tags (we been delicately tagged-by), which so far diffused in every nook and corner in Myanmar dehumanizing you, me […]

India-Myanmar Relations – From past to present scenario

India-Myanmar Relations – From past to present scenario

With the conquest of Assam in 1821, the Burmese came close to British Indian territories. The Assamese nobilities took refuge in British territories and sought their help to expel the Burmese from Assam. But the Burmese ambition to capture more English territories led to the first Anglo-Burmese war in 1824. The Burmese were defeated and […]

Bangla-Burma bilateralism – Victim of Asymmetric Dyads

Bangla-Burma bilateralism – Victim of Asymmetric Dyads

Myanmar’s chronic martial rule (nowadays tends to improve) imposes upon major impediments towards the minimum maturation of effective bilateral relations with its closest neighbor, Bangladesh which was initiated through the Burmese recognition of Bangladesh as a sovereign state in 1972. Even after passing four decades of bilateralism, asymmetric dyads prevailing over both countries’ regimes syndrome […]

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, […]

Verdict of Arms Smuggling to ULFA Questions Bangladesh Sovereignty

Verdict of Arms Smuggling to ULFA Questions Bangladesh Sovereignty

The verdict of January 31 (2014) on the alleged arms smuggling to ULFA (United Liberation Front of Asom) that was detained at Chittagong Port in 2004 dismayed not only the independent analysts, but also the political scientists as well as judicial, military and intelligence experts. The verdict that awarded death sentence to two former ministers, […]

Contemporary Analysis on India-China relationship

Contemporary Analysis on India-China relationship

Whenever the Prime Minister or the President of India visits Arunachal Pradesh, China reiterates its historical claim over the territory which it had named as South Tibet, that constitutes the areas of Monyal, Loyal and Lower Tsayal. When President Pranab Mukherjee visited the state on 29th Nov, Beijing reacted in a similar manner. The President […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]