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Anchors: Get real

Must not drag India to the brink of war The smirks on the faces of television anchors has provoked me to write this piece. And I write in both anger and with deep frustration at the way our television channels…

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State of denial

The story of the Chakma and Hajong refugees is replete with endless conflicts and harsh struggles for existence. By RATNA BHARALI TALUKDAR in Diyun and Miao.
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Boat Clinics in flood-hit areas

Guwahati Sept 3: As monsoon floods and marooned villages flash on our TV screens and the front pages of the media, the Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research, (C-NES) has been quietly providing health services to communities on…

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Media Partnership Program

To mark the International Year of Sanitation (IYS) and as a run up to SACOSAN III the Water and Sanitation Program – South Asia (WSP-SA) is pleased to announce the “Media Partnership Program” for regional media professionals (in print, electronic,…

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