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RANGAN DUTTA

( The writer is a retired IAS officer of the Assam – Meghalaya cadre and has served as Scientific Consultant in the office of the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India)

The Zeal Of The Mizos Can Ensure Their Comeback Into The IAS Once Again

An uncommon trait observed among the Mizos now and over half a century ago was their passion for writing. Your …

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COVID-19 Has Ravaged The Economy, Can North-East Defy Odds And Turn It Into An Opportunity?

In the north east as in the rest of the country, the actual impact of Covid 19 Pandemic on the …

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5 Years Of Bandhan Bank : A Success Story That Has Gone Unnoticed

It doesn’t speak well of our Media coverage of the strategic issues of economic development – inclusive growth or financial …

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Naga Insurgency : Is There A Solution In Sight Ahead ?

The report that the Government of India is keen to reach out to the Naga rebel Groups to put an …

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Assam’s Nightmare : Ravaged By Floods, Huge Erosion Of Land And COVID-19

The caption of a cartoon published recently in a leading daily of Assam -” our resources are national but not …

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The Brave New World In The Wake Of Covid-19

“Thinking is not one of the natural activities of man; it is a product of disease like high temperature in …

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#India-China Face-Off : A Volatile Situation In Ladakh Could Threaten Peace , Stability In South Asia

Dr. Henry Kissinger, statesman and former US Secretary of State famously said that “the task of diplomacy is more about …

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Does The US-China Bitter Spat Courtesy COVID-19, Open Up Opportunities For India ?

The report of 27 American companies presently operating in China to shift their plants to Indonesia has created high hopes …

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COVID-19 Has Brought To Fore The Importance As Well As Woes Of Migrant Workers

Covid 19 Pandemic will go down as a watershed in India’s economic history as it has exposed several fault lines …

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Book Review : Pakistan- The Balochistan Conundrum

The very title of Tilak Devasher’s well researched study – Pakistan Balochistan conundrum suggests that Balochistan is at once a …

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