Neutralizing the Messengers of India

India continues to be a dangerous place for working journalists as the largest democracy in the globe has lost three journalists in mysterious accidents within the first three months of the year. Even the UN secretary general Antonio Guterres came out with a strong condemnation against the journo-killings and let the world know about India’s degraded index on safety & security of professional scribes.

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Cries Mounted for Reviving Nabin Chandra Bardoloi Library

Persistent voices are being raised to revive a historic public library cum hall at the heart of Guwahati city and popular demands are floated for using the space for occasional and selected public gatherings. The library, surrounded by Cotton University, Handique Girls’ College, Gauhati High Court, State Museum, Ravindra Bhawan etc, carries the memory of many great personalities of yesteryears.

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Northeast India: Urging Media Accountability

As the alternate media expands its reaches to hundred thousand Indians across the country, thanks to increasingly cheaper internet connectivity, its restraint and liability also start surfacing in public discourses. The limitation and gradually losing credibility of the mainstream media may pave the way for a boosting alternate media, but it is still miles apart from the trustworthiness among users.

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Pretending to be Savior of Bengalis

For many people in eastern India, Bangladeshi means Bengali. It indicates that everyone living in Bangladesh must be a Bengali. But in reality, Bangladesh is a tiny neighbouring nation with a secular identity comprising various ethnic tribes. The populous country is however dominated by Muslim population where almost everyone uses Bengali language.

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India Turns Deadly for Journalists

As the year 2017 sets to bid adieu, India finds itself in an awkward position with the annual statistics of 12 journalists either murdered or killed in suspicious situations. The populous country, known as the largest democracy in the globe, thus emerges as one of the hazardous place for media persons across the world after Mexico, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia etc.

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Assam’s PPFA Slams Beijing for Anti-India Campaigns

Guwahati: After a massive demonstration by Arunachali students at Itanagar on Monday, a patriotic forum ridiculed the Communist China government in Beijing for its ‘unwanted exercise’ against India. Patriotic People’s Front Assam, PPFA slams Beijing in a statement asking the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to rethink over its policy towards Tibet.

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