CPI (M) protests, demands solution to artificial flood

Guwahati, July 3 (Syeda Ambia Zahan): The Communist Party of India (M) on Thursday took out a massive rally in Guwahati in protest against the hike of price of essential commodities.  Atleast three hundred members of the party resorted to anit –government slogans and slummed Narendra Modi led NDA government for giving false assurance of “Acche Din” (good days) to the people of the country.

Student body threatens protest against Assam government

Guwahati, 2nd July (By Syeda Ambia Zahan): All Assam Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (Guwahati city committee), a student body of Assam staged a dharna in Guwahati in protest against unprecedented hike in price of diesel, petrol, kerosene, LPG and railway fares.

AJYCP condemned the Modi led NDA Government accusing it of being failed to live up to the expectations of the people and for constant price hike of gas cylinders from last six months.

The price of 14.2 Kg cylinder has been increased by Rs16.50 from last six months.

Eviction drive continues in Guwahati for third consecutive day

Guwahati, July 2 (Syeda Ambia Zahan): The anti encroachment drive carried out by GMC, GMDA and the Kamrup District administration has been receiving mixed response from different section of people. While many have welcomed the initiative to tackle the problem of flash flood and land slide in the city, some other sections are accusing the administration of playing a biased role.

Assam BJP met Swaraj over visa free entry and land swap deal

Guwahati, July 2: Parliamentarians and legislators from Assam BJP met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj over issues of land- swap deal and visa-free entry for Bangladeshi national to India on Wednesday.  A ten member team consists of Sarbananda Sonowal, Bijoya Chakrabarty, Rameswar Tali, Rajen Gohain, Kamakhya Tasa and others met Swaraj over the issues of land-swap deal and visa-free entry for Bangladeshi national.

Land swap deal between India and Bangladesh (Part 1)

(By Shib shankar chatterjee) Sir Cyril Radcliff, the English gentleman, who headed the boundary commission during the partition of India in the year, 1947, drew a straight line on a topographic map. As a result of this, hills, rivers, forests, human habitations, agricultural-fields, etcetera of India and Pakistan tragically divided. It affected vastly in Eastern Indian region. That is, especially in India Bangladesh International Border or India Bangladesh International Boundary (IBIB).

Prospects of Meghalaya-Bangladesh Cooperation

15th June 2014 (Dr. Rupak Bhattacharjee): Meghalaya is a key North Eastern state that shares 443 kms of international border with Bangladesh and has socio-cultural, trade and commercial links with the neighbouring country.  Chief Minister Mukul Sangma has repeatedly emphasised the need of strengthening such ties.    In the recent period, both the countries have initiated a number of steps to further broaden and deepen bilateral relationship.