Pakistan

Quo Vadis Madam Sonia?

Quo Vadis Madam Sonia?

By- Dilip Dutta Advertisements Sonia Gandhi came to Kokrajhar to heal the wound of the conflict that erupted in between indigenous inhabitants of Assam and mainly Bengali Muslim settlers, who are being illegal economic migrants is an open secret who have been settled in Assam by hook or by crook, at the behest of her […]

Surjeet Singh admits he went to spy against Pakistan

By- Staff Reporter | Date- June 29, 2012 Emotions ran high at the Attari border as Surjeet Singh stepped into Indian soil after spending over 30 years of imprisonment in Pakistan on yesterday, and promptly admitted that he had indeed been sent to spy against Pakistan. Surjeet served a life term following his arrest on […]

European Delegation visit to Nagaland confirms Indian fears about NE

By- Staff Reporter | Date- May 16, 2012 There is a high possibility of Nagaland and other North Eastern states being put back under the Protected Area Permit (PAP) norms which would mandate foreigners to attain permission from Ministry of Home Affairs before visiting the region. This is owing to the controversy resulted by the […]

India in search of New Allies

India in search of New Allies

When the entire world is talking about April 13 launching of satellite by North Korea and even suggested stricter sanctions on Pyongyang, no one uttered even a single word about India’s successful test of a powerful new missile that can carry nuclear weapons to Beijing caused barely a ripple – even in China. While on […]

Anup Chetia and the Aspiration of Independent Assam

Anup Chetia and the Aspiration of Independent Assam

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury Since Bangladesh Awami League formed government in 2009 (January) with a huge mandate of the people (though the result of this election has been greatly questioned by the political opponents of Bangladesh Awami League), there has been visibly sign of current Bangladesh government actively participating in combating any separatist movement within […]

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 […]

Ex Indian Army Chief says China may occupy Arunachal

Ex Indian Army Chief says China may occupy Arunachal

By- Staff Reporter | Date- March 16, 2012 General V P Malik, Former Indian Army Chief has concerned that China may try to forcefully occupy Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India anytime and that India has to step up the vigil along the Chinese border in that region. Malik, addressing a symposium on How prepared India […]

One Fifth of world population and their Challenge

One Fifth of world population and their Challenge

By- Swadesh Roy | Date- March 13, 2012 South Asia is a diverse region comprising of eight different countries. Together they account for more than one fifth of the world population. A large number of people of this one fifth are below poverty level. With these large numbers of poor people, eight countries are running […]

Unification over Denationalization in Assam – Citizens must act before militants

Unification over Denationalization in Assam – Citizens must act before militants

Before militants like ULFA or Maoists grab the opportunity due to our lack of vision, a reconciliation process in Assam to foster unity amidst different ethnicity and express apology for the decades of de-nationalizing them is required from us. By – Priyankan Goswami Ever since the Republic of India came into existence more than six decade ago, […]