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Does the North East belong to India

Does the North East belong to India

India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic, is a powerful country in the world with an overpopulated, ever growing country rich in different cultures, traditions, races and religions. Its constitution lays down many provisions and rights to fulfill the aspirations of its citizens irrespective of caste, creed, sex and religion. While framing the world’s lengthiest […]

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 […]

No bail and no jail for Kejriwal & AAP members

Amid high drama, Arvind Kejriwal, Prashant Bhushan and other members of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) were on Tuesday released by a Delhi court after they appeared before it following summons for alleged involvement in rioting cases in New Delhi last year. The court released Kejriwal, Bhushan, Manish Sisodia and 23 others on an undertaking that […]

Delhi Rape case – Protest is not a Solution

Delhi Rape case – Protest is not a Solution

By- Abhishek Dey The recent rape disaster in the capital of India seems to have evoked the emotions of both the enlightened and not enlightened class of the world’s largest democracy. The act, certainly, was pathetic to such an extent that no sane human mind could dare think of. The barbarians, not only assaulted the […]

Nature of North East India conflict changes – But New Delhi strategy doesn’t

Nature of North East India conflict changes – But New Delhi strategy doesn’t

By- Bibhu Prasad Routray On November 25, at least two press releases reached the media houses in the Northeast. The first one from the anti-talk Paresh Baruah faction of the ULFA criticised the divisive policies of New Delhi of creating autonomous councils in Assam under the Sixth schedule of the Constitution. The second one from […]

Woes of 25,000 trapped passengers due to Assam violence

Woes of 25,000 trapped passengers due to Assam violence

By- Staff Reporter | Date- July 25, 2012 Over 25,000 Rail passengers are trapped and many more distressed in the violence-hit Assam and suffering. Although the Railways are reported to have sent an SOS to the Home Ministry to rush security forces and thereby ensure their safe return, there has been no development so far. […]

Workshop on Burma discusses post-polls Scenario

Workshop on Burma discusses post-polls Scenario

By- Correspondent | DateMay 13, 2012 Speaker and participants in a workshop analysing the post-polls (by-election) scenario in Burma (Myanmar) argues that India should maintain the same sympathetic approach to hundred thousand Burmese refugees taking shelter in Mizoram and some other of the country. They were also unanimous in their opinions that New Delhi should redesign […]

Bangladeshi High Commissioner betrays with National interest

Bangladeshi High Commissioner betrays with National interest

By- Sohail Choudhury | Date- March 31, 2012 Bangladesh high commissioner to New Delhi (India), Ahmed Tariq Karim has publicly exposed his actions, which goes against the interest of Bangladesh, simply for the reason of his special affiliations with Indians. The Bangladeshi envoy, addressing apprehensions within has rejected the contention that the proposed Tipaimukh hydro-electricity project […]

Bangladesh Government Misled By Khaleej Times

Bangladesh Government Misled By Khaleej Times

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Date- March 21, 2012 Bangladesh government has been visibly misled by a fabricated report of New Delhi based journalist Dipanjan Roy Chowdhury, who twisted a recent statement of ex-ISI (Inter Service Intelligence) chief Asad Durrani’s testimony before Pakistan’s Supreme Court, where he admitted to funding a number of Pakistani […]

Burmese want Pro-Active role from New Delhi

Burmese want Pro-Active role from New Delhi

There are visible changes taking place in Burma. And we expect a pro-active role by the Indian Union government as many Southeast Asian countries are actively engaging with the ruling government in Burma (Myanmar or Brahmadesh), argues Dr. Tint Swe, an exile Burmese politician who is living in New Delhi for two decades. Chairman of Burma […]