September 11, 2014

Crime hidden under the Burkha of Tradition

August 13, 2014


Leaders define a society. In a country like India, which is diverse in terms of religious sentiments and social ideologies; it’s very much evident that when a sensitive topic like rape is being discussed, things do tend to get complicated. The issue with Indian society is that there are a lot of social evils embedded […]

Posted in: Truth

Indian Super League and its impact on Football in the North East

July 18, 2014


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Posted in: Featured

Top Tweets of the Day- May 16, 2014

May 16, 2014


1. Suhel Seth is one man who never fails to troll Delighted that famed Bengali intellectualism will be represented by Moon Moon Sen! — SUHEL SETH (@suhelseth) May 16, 2014 2. The dawn of a new ear, an era without KRK. Modi Ji has won so I am leaving India forever with Shoaib Akhtar. Bye […]

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The death of Asom Gana Parishad

March 31, 2014


The demise of regional politics in Assam started right after the rise of the Congress Government of Tarun Gogoi in 2001. A generation that grew up during the phase of Assam Agitation of 1985 would probably understand the value and importance of regionalism, much more that what we do today. Since independence, the region of […]

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The Other Side of the Coin: Counter view on NE Discrimination

February 25, 2014


The entire North East (NE) Indian community today here in Delhi is slightly agitated. The age old issue of racial discrimination against the community is back again and this time things tend to be little more vocal then what used to be earlier. A lot has been talked and discussed about of the plight of […]