Tripura

India isn’t fit to get UN VETO Power

India isn’t fit to get UN VETO Power

Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, desperately tries to mobilize support to get UN Security Council permanent membership to gain veto power and establish India as a superpower. In New York on September 25, 2015 Modi hosted a summit of G-4 that included Germany, Japan, Brazil and India, where he demanded the inclusion of […]

Armed Forces Special Powers Act – Challenge to Democracy

Armed Forces Special Powers Act – Challenge to Democracy

The Indian Constitution which came into force on 26th January 1950 guaranteed the Right to Life and the Equality before Law to the people of India along with social, economic and political justice, freedom of thought and expression on which Indian democracy thrives. These pillars of democracy on which India claims to be the largest […]

Cyclone Mahasen likely to hit North East States – Alert in Assam

Cyclone Mahasen likely to hit North East States – Alert in Assam

By- Staff Reporter An alert has been sounded across Assam as cyclone Mahasen is likely to hit the North-Eastern states tonight, officials said today. All boats and ferry services on Brahmaputra have been closed for the next three days and fishermen have been directed not to venture out to the river. A control room has been […]

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 […]

ATTF Chairman Ranjit Debabarma arrested in Bangladesh

By- Special Correspondent, Dhaka The Chairman of All Tripura Tiger Force(ATTF), Ranjit Debabarma has been arrested in Dhaka by a joint operation team of RAB(Rapid Action Battalion) & RAW(Research & Analysis Wing). Although the report is confirmed, it is yet to be officially declared by Indo-Bangla government. As per confirmed source, it is known that […]

Autonomy versus Sovereignty – Assam is not alone

Autonomy versus Sovereignty – Assam is not alone

By- Dilip Dutta As the colonization curtains were falling across the globe some geographical regions remained under the clutches of the colonizers and also neo-colonizers (usually of the same skin color  continued to maintain their hold on many regions. The United Nations Charter fortunately became the savior for these regions and many have managed to be free and became independent […]

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 […]

Memorial of Bangladesh Liberation war in India – Remarkable feat in History

After the liberation of America, French gave them the Statue of Liberty; in the same way is Tripura government doing the statue of freedom fight of Bangladesh with the Memorial Garden at Chattakhola? By- Swadesh Roy | Date- February 29, 2012 Being a small state of North East India with population of 3.6 million, it […]

Sub Regional Economic Cooperation – North East India and Bangladesh

Sub Regional Economic Cooperation – North East India and Bangladesh

By- Swadesh Roy | Date- February 22, 2012 It was for the first time in history that four Chief Ministers of North East India were delegate members of the Indian Prime Minister, in his Bangladesh visit in 2011. Anyone can easily understand that, it was a message of Indian Prime Minister of his visit. The […]

Naked Exposition of Bankrupt Diplomacy of Bangladesh

Naked Exposition of Bankrupt Diplomacy of Bangladesh

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury Just within less than 24 hours of Dr. Manmohan Singh’s strange and dramatic U-turn from signing the Teesta Water Sharing Treaty with Bangladesh, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HUJI)’s name has come prominently in the Indian and international media as the main culprit behind tragic bomb blast of September 7, 2011, which killed a number […]