Thursday, February 21, 2019

APRIL FOOLS DAY NOW AND THEN

APRIL FOOLS DAY NOW AND THEN : By Bhargobi Khaund April Fools Day (sometimes called All Fools' Day) is an annual celebration in some European and Western countries...
Industrialise or Perish

INDUSTRIALISE OR PERISH

By Swapnanil Barua Assam and the other northeastern states are in total unhappiness. Sixty five percent of the population, who form the bulk of the electorate,...
Citizenship Bill

Government abandoning Asomiya jati in order to secure Bangladeshi vote bank?

By: Julee Bezbaruah The emotions of the indigenous Axomiya jati were swatted away by the Modi-led BJP government with the announcement of the amendment of...

GOVERNMENT SANS GOVERNANCE

By  Dr Navanil Barua, Political commentator, Neurosurgeon. With great hopes, People of Assam elected a BJP government in Assam, about one and half years ago. The...
Northeast

United struggle of Northeast leads to CAB’s ‘natural death’

Article by: Himashree Deka When rest of the country is still unaware of what is going on in this part of the country, i.e. North...
anomalies

NRC in Assam: Truth vs myth

By Anirban Choudhury Finally, the much-anticipated “complete” draft of National Register of Citizens (NRC) was published in Assam on July 30. And much to the...
RONGALI ARE YOU THE SAME BOHAAG

RONGALI! ARE YOU THE SAME BOHAAG?

BY JULEE BEZBARUAH The nature is all set to welcome the new change for the year again. ‘Bohaag’, the jewel of Axomiya culture had knocked the...
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DISGUISED DEMOCRACY? MAY BE

By Nafisa Bora ‘A game of Dominos it is’ The Power Politics reigns above all the Constitutional Provisions and the Karnataka Assembly Elections was once again...
paresh-baruah

Diwali Dhamaka: A psychological warfare over the death of Paresh Baruah

By Pranab Kumar Gogoi (Senior Journalist) DIWALI DHAMAKA: A PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE OVER THE DEATH OF PARESH BARUAH By Pranab Kumar Gogoi Guwahati: The mystery behind the news...
Torture

The injustice of the Justice system – getting away with torture

By Abhishek Ranjan “Fundamental rights do not flee the person as he enters the prison although they may suffer shrinkage necessitated by incarceration.” Supreme Court...

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