Assam Assembly Election 2021: Congress not a divided house, will defeat BJP this time, says Pradyut Bordoloi
The BJP has in fact gone into a new low in their political narrative which is fundamentally against the Assamese ethos, says Congress leader and MP Pradyut Bordoloi
Assam Assembly Election 2021: Strong regionalism, and not polls, is key to survival of Assamese sub-nationalism
In the emotion of Assamese sub-nationalism thrives regionalism for Assam, and it is for the community — and neither AJP nor Raijor Dal or anyone else — to decide what future course it seeks for itself
BJP is a lethal force in contemporary India's political landscape but it is careful enough not to walk through a minefield
Assam Assembly Election 2021: As Raijor Dal and AJP 'friendlies' near, time will tell if disaster or masterstroke
Although the election is an opportunity for these parties to prove their political mettle, the run-up to the poll has already been filled with myriad confusions, claims, accusations and questionable tactics
Assam Assembly Election 2021: Fissures in Raijor Dal as 'secret' Congress role in Jorhat, Mariani emerges
The chaos and confusion within Raijor Dal in Jorhat and elsewhere has brought back the importance of the tenets of discipline, transparency and no holds barred communication in the functioning of a political party
Assam Assembly Election 2021: Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, a mediocre politician, but student leader par excellence
Compared to the fiery beginning that he made in 1979 as a student leader, Mahanta's political career however has waned away in a depressing fashion
From the beginning itself, the Lower Subansiri hydropower project has been engulfed in controversies with serious flaws being pointed out to its design and structure by various experts and panels
Tragedy at Tapovan Vishnugad hydel project: Understanding hydrology, geology of Himalayas is need of the hour
Despite the high-risk and its capital-intensive nature, India's attraction for hydroelectric power has never ceased to exist
Tarun Gogoi dies at 86: Assam's shrewd and smiling statesman politician was unflinching till the end
Tarun Gogoi's smile was his schtick in politics that gave the feeling of mejor amigo to everyone but it never made him a milquetoast.
US Election 2020: No candidate can declare results, everyone must respect sanctity of vote, says ex-CEC VS Sampath
India has to learn not only from its own experience but also from the experience of others like for example postal balloting and how we can liberalise it since there is an increasing demand for it for various reasons, says Sampath.
Even if the industry bites the bullet and agrees to go full throttle on defence manufacturing, the lack of transparency from the government corridor will hardly instil confidence in the private sector.
Ambala, Hasimara Rafale bases strategically selected to address Pakistan and China, optimise limited resources
It is important to keep in mind that these Rafale squadrons are only filling the gaps and not an addition to the sanctioned IAF strength.
Baghjan fire: Oil India's failure to stand by local community after blaze, protect ecology ruins its image in Assam
Oil India has explored and exploited India's North East thus far, preserved its profits, twisted the region's ecology, donated little in CSR to the region compared to its margins and imposed the side effects of Dikom and Baghjan on Assam.
Assam cancer patients failing to get treatment in Mumbai brave long road to Guwahati despite COVID-19 scare, but they may be in for a rude shock
Lack of prior official communication to the institution of this arriving batch of patients who may actually opt for treatment at the B Barooah Cancer Institute in Guwahati might lead to a difficult situation.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Hope govt recognises valuable role played by community radio stations at great risk and cost, says professor Vinod Pavarala
Funding has been a major issue for community radio stations across India and unlike the West, volunteers have to think about their day-to-day livelihood here, says University of Hyderabad's professor Vinod Pavarala.
Community radio stations across India brave lockdown, severe fund crunch to ensure last-mile awareness on COVID-19
Had it not been for the proactiveness of the community radio stations across India, the crisis would have exploded even more for the Centre and the state governments, particularly in rural India.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Despite personal loss, Assam hospital cleaner stays put in quarantine; doctors, nurses spend time reading, watching shows
Quarantine is definitely more screentime albeit on the consumers' end. Be it the mobile phone or the television, perhaps both are the best tools to be exploited to the core when in quarantine.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Assam handloom sector reels under lockdown; zero Rongali Bihu business cripples weavers
For the handloom sector in Assam, the period prior to Rongali Bihu or the Bohag Bihu, which heralds the beginning of the Assamese New Year and the arrival of spring, is a major season to make the bulk of the business for the year.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Assam Police was notorious for reckless lathi charges, now they're handing out food for all
From tracing missing COVID-19 vulnerable individuals, contact tracing of COVID-19 positive individuals, enforcing lockdown to embarking on humanitarian missions, the role of Assam Police in these times of crisis has expanded exponentially.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Led by Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam medical fraternity takes a leap of faith in fight against COVID-19
Everyone in the country is nervous, only that people like Jenita Baruah, Dhiraj Pathak, Arun Kumar Konwar, Swapna Bhumic Das, Ratnawati Doley and many other unknown faces from the medical fraternity are braver than the rest.