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.
The Baghjan blowout in Upper Assam has displaced thousands who have lost their homes, farmlands and livestock. They are scared, angry and often, hopeless.
The Gauhati High Court recently turned down a petition against a Foreigner Tribunal order, denying 54-year old Dulal Uddin his Indian citizenship.
A new wave of Assamese cinema had just taken off when the COVID-19 crisis hit. Five prominent filmmakers talk about the damages caused and what the future looks like.
A toxic spill from an Oil India Limited drilling site in Upper Assam's Tinsukia district may cause irreparable damage to local flora, fauna, human life and livelihoods.
Fresh controversy over a proposed mega dam project in Arunachal Pradesh is a reminder of the many complexities of the neoliberal development regime in frontier regions.