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

July 18, 2014

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From the PM’s Constituency

June 29, 2013

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Dispur. Yes, the capital of Assam happens to be the constituency which  Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh represents at the Rajhya Sabha. I have no clue what percentage of Indian population is aware of this fact, but I assume whenever they realize that it’s the PM’s constituency, they will feel something special about […]

I fear the extinction of Assam

May 1, 2013

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Every time I pick up any local newspaper of Assam I fear the extinction of my home state. May be the depressing print of the news or may be the sensationalism of the news, every time I see read them, I wonder how many different problems do we have and how will we survive the […]

Guwahati and Delhi: CNG makes the Difference

October 27, 2012

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The public transportation system of a city speaks a lot about its infrastructure. The best thing about Delhi is that, every day I travel around some 30-40 kilometers and yet I find myself in no hassle, both in terms of cost and efficiency. There was a line that went viral in Facebook, it said: “The […]

Change and Politicians: Bridging the Gap

September 15, 2012

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India has changed. No wonder how hard we try to criticize our country of being a slow developer, and reassure our selves of being an Indian and carry on with our disgusting habits (like littering anywhere). Things have changed. The fraction of people using dustbins has actually risen to numbers, at least in Delhi I […]

Lost Hero Dr Talimeren Ao: India’s First Football Captain

September 9, 2012

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(Copyright: www.barefootmag.in) One of the pioneers of the Indian Football, Dr. Talimeren Ao is probably also the most little talked about footballer. For those who haven’t heard about him, he was the captain of the Indian Football Team in their first official match in 1948 London Olympics. This ace footballer from the North East, also […]