Articles by Tulika Devi
Dec 20, 2019
Amid anti-CAA storm, Assam remains calm: Artists at forefront of protests preach peace and patienceWhat sets Assam apart from the rest of the country is its peaceful form of protest. The Assamese have combined peace, patience and art to set an example for those who believe in the true meaning of nation building.
Dec 19, 2019
Inspired by Ahom warrior Mula Gabhoru, Assamese women take centrestage in fresh anti-CAA protests across stateIf the first phase of Assam protests against Citizenship Amendment Act was dominated by violence and instances of aggression, women are taking the centrestage in phase two of the protests which calls for a non-violent satyagraha against the Act
Dec 17, 2019
'How will we pay our EMIs?': Out of service, Ola, Uber drivers in Assam warn of 'aggressive movement', demand immediate restoration of mobile internetOver 12,000 Ola and Uber drivers in Assam have threatened to start an aggressive movement against the government as mobile internet ban enters the seventh day amidst anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests
Dec 16, 2019
Citizenship Amendment Act protests: AASU launches three-day satyagraha; four PILs in Gauhati HC against mobile internet banFour PILs have been filed in the Gauhati High Court against bans on mobile internet in parts of Assam. Three of the petitioners are lawyers.
Dec 13, 2019
Four dead, several injured in Assam as stir against Citizenship Act enters fourth day; AASU takes battle to SCGuwahati, the epicenter of protests, witnessed a mass gathering with thousands from different walks of life, including celebrities, eminent personalities, district workers and government teachers participating in the All Assam Student Union’s 10-hour mass hunger strike and raising their voices against the Act.
Dec 04, 2019
Gauhati University offered 21 unapproved courses, finds CAG; retired HC judge, internal 7-member panel to independently probe chargesThe CAG said that the matter was reported to the government in August 2018, but the state government is yet to respond to it.
Jul 04, 2019
Mission Paani: Centuries-old water conservation practices in Nagaland ensure sufficient supply for daily use, agricultureWhile water retention is a very difficult task in hilly regions, the northeast experiences extreme flooding in the monsoons and water scarcity during many of the non-rainy months.