Ri- Homeland of Uncertainty by author Paulami DuttaGupta is based on the national award winning Khasi film by the same name. SYNOPSIS- Sometimes little events change lives of many; sometimes little events also force people to go back in time. Ri, is one such story, where we are compelled to go back to a time
North East Students’ Organisation writes an open letter to Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju listing several demands to ensure safety of Northeastern people in the metros across India. To, Mr Kiren Rijiju, Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Home, New Delhi. Subject: – Incidents of crimes against students from North East in Delhi.
Brian Orland, The Thirdpole Researchers are studying the bird-rich wetland of Maguri Beel in northeast India to see how grassroots communities are coping with the disruptive effects of climate change. It’s hard to find any place flatter than the bird-rich wetland of Maguri Beel high in the Brahmaputra basin in India’s north-eastern Assam state. Patches
Chandan Kumar Duarah, thethirdpole.net Largest dam in Indian history will be built on a tributary of the Brahmaputra river but, with no public consultation or study of downstream impacts India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given the green light to construction of the 3,000 megawatt Dibang hydropower project in the ecologically fragile region of Arunachal Pradesh,
Guwahati, October 16, 2014: Rajeev Chandrasekhar, an Independent MP from Bangalore, through his charitable trust, the Flags of Honour Foundation, organised a relief camp in Goalpara district today. The camp was held in partnership with Utsah, a Guwahati based NGO that works in the area of Child Protection. The day long camp saw essential relief
In two days and in two different cities, a youth from Manipur and another two men from Nagaland were beaten up in what appears to be a racially motivated attack. In Bangalore the President of Manipur Thadau Student Union Michael Haokip was brutally assaulted by three men for not speaking in Kannada. “They kept asking
New Delhi, 14th October 2014: Assam and Meghalaya have once again suffered the destruction caused by floods in the North East in September this year. Over 3.7 lakh people in Assam and over 2 lakh in Meghalaya have been affected and the death toll in Assam has risen to 44 and 59 in Meghalaya. Looking
As India remained glued to Modi’s first visit to USA and his rock show in Madison Square garden, tragedy swept Meghalaya and Assam on September 21-22. But if you have stayed loyal to your mainstream media source, I can bet you didn’t hear much about the tragedy. We cannot blame these marooned people when they