Angshuman Choudhury speaks to Abhinav Borbora about the complex relationship between Assamese and Hindutva nationalists.
AHSEC's deletion of chapters on caste, women's equality, minority rights and others reflect the Hindutva regime's twisted political agenda.
With the NCLT waiting to decide the fate of the two now-shuttered paper mills at Nagaon and in Cachar, workers who have been left in the lurch want the government to act.
The twin calamity of COVID-19 and floods in Assam and Bihar has crippled fieldwork for NGOs.
The manner in which Assam's headcount exercise is justified borrows from Malthus' theory on overpopulation.
The party's position on the citizenship crisis in Assam reeks of ambivalence and doublespeak.
As the Indian government puts political activists in jail amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it is on the people of India to speak up to protect democracy.
As a botched-up oil well continues to burn in Upper Assam's Baghjan, two university scholars providing relief to the displaced discover a barren landscape of hopelessness, apathy and anxiety.
By blaming the victims for their racist experience, 'Axone' ascribes to the neoliberal thesis on discrimination.