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India Divided: Racism Attacks On “North East Indian” Citizens

Introduction

India has always been portraying itself a victim of oppression and racial discrimination (especially racism under British raj). People admire our tolerant and accommodative cultural heritage and the global world admires our stand against the apartheid in South Africa. 1,493 more words

'The World Around' With Anant Mishra

Half-Blood Brothers

The history of border dispute between Assam and Nagaland dates back to centuries ago and in the recent times these disputes have only grown in stature where both sides keep pointing fingers at each other. 1,160 more words

Assam

No place to go: The plight of Assam's cornered elephants is getting worse

There’s a hot zone in Assam that has nothing to do with ULFA insurgents, Bodo militants or illegal migrants from Bangladesh. It’s about elephants.

Sonitpur district can be called Ground Zero of that human-elephant conflict. 978 more words

India

Women largely absent from corridors of power

While the world has taken steps towards gender equality, progress remains slow and has not been even across all countries, UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon said in New York last month at the 59th meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women. 441 more words

News

In and around Assam...

There is lot more to see and talk about Assam and I do always try to put up a better picture of my Home state…Things when seen,I believe create a more deeper feeling than words..So here’s an attempt to do exactly the same.. 75 more words

General

Amola Pam Gaon

Amolapam (Amola Pam Gaon) is situated in Tezpur, Sonitpur district of Assam. It is one of 136 villages in Tezpur block. By the patronage of the University, a number of implementation have launched for the locals, as well as some who are able to secure certain jobs in the University along with the others from nearby villages.

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