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Imprisoned Democracy leads Bangladesh to Extremism

Imprisoned Democracy leads Bangladesh to Extremism

Though democracy is now imprisoned in Bangladesh, but in 1971 it was the immediate spirit and reason of its liberation war. As soon as Radio Pakistan in its 2-PM news bulletin broadcast on March 2, 1971, that the scheduled Pakistan National Assembly Session wouldn’t be held in Dhaka on March 3, 1971, the then East […]

Police personnel pay tribute to martyrs of 26/11 terror attack

Police personnel pay tribute to martyrs of 26/11 terror attack

Police personnel paying tribute to the martyrs who laid down their lives while fighting terrorists on the sixth anniversary of the 26/11/2008 terror attack at the police gymkhana in Mumbai on 26th November 2014. Photo: Indus Images Anirban KalitaAnirban Kalita is Executive Editor of News Section. His role is also involved with reviewing, editing of […]

The India-Bangladesh Relationships – Lookback and Reality Check

The India-Bangladesh Relationships – Lookback and Reality Check

Differences of opinion between the Congress leaders Nehru and Patel with the Muslim League leaders Jinnah and Liaquat Ali Khan led to the division of British India. The 1947 partition of British India along communal lines drawn by Cyril Radcliffe created India and Pakistan. The division done in a hurry under Viceroy Lord Louis Mountbatten […]

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, […]

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 […]

Madras Cafe – Haunted by Ghosts of Dil Se

Madras Cafe – Haunted by Ghosts of Dil Se

If you are already assuming that this is going to be a critical analysis of Madras Cafe in comparison with Dil Se, you are wrong in the first place. Dil Se, a movie set on the backdrop of insurgency in Assam was total failure from all aspects. It mis-represented the insurgency issue of Assam in […]

Indian SPY Sarabjit Singh dies at Jinnah hospital

By- Staff Reporter Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh died of cardiac arrest in a Lahore hospital late on Thursday after being comatose for nearly a week following a brutal assault by other inmates of a high-security jail, officials said. “I received a call from the doctor on duty (at Jinnah Hospital) at 1 am […]

Delhi Gang Rape Victim’s Death – Our part in the Crime

Delhi Gang Rape Victim’s Death – Our part in the Crime

Now we sound horrified when the Delhi incident happen? Why? Was this psychology not created by our own society, our own holier-than-thou culture? By- Priyankan Goswami A Land where billions of people chants Jai Mata Di and claim to worship different Goddesses for all basic needs such as money, education, power and prosperity is now […]

The Foreingners issue in Assam

The Foreingners issue in Assam

The Ahom rulers of Assam were very suspicious about any foreigner entering the country. Even trade outside Assam was not encouraged. Assam was a closely guarded country. Immigration began only after the annexation of Assam in 1826. The British considered the sparsely populated country as a land frontier and large scale immigration was encouraged by them from […]

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