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Nava Thakuria is a Guwahati (Northeast India) based journalist, who contributes to NewsBlaze and various media outlets throughout the world.

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Help Save Tigers From Extinction

It was a hurriedly organized citizen's meeting at Guwahati Press Club, where serious concerns were expressed at the increasing trend of poaching and killing of wildlife in various parts of Assam.

Gorkha Community Observes October 4 as Black Day Denouncing Terrorism

The fateful night witnessed a horrible carnage of 13 villagers including 7 Gorkhas by the cadres belonged to National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Ranjan Daimary faction) at Bhimajuli near Balichang police outpost under Biswanath Chariali subdivisi

Bad Days Ahead For ULFA Hardliners

Given the increasing strategic relationship between Dhaka and New Delhi, he is finding it difficult to maintain activities in Bangladesh, where once he and his armed outfit enjoyed a free run with the help of other ULFA political-wing leaders.

Patriotic Indians Should Honour National Flag as It Resembles India’s Martyrs

The historic Assam movement witnessed the worshiping of Gandhi but never adore the national flag. It was not acceptable to the people that carrying the tricolour one can raise voice against New Delhi.

Indian People’s Win Inspires Burmese Activists

Finally the Indian Parliament has bowed down to listen to people's voice on corruption and resolved to frame a strong anti-corruption legislation.

India’s Arms Deal With Burma Reprehensible

The Burmese exiles living in India and their sympathizers had recently came to the street of India's national capital to lodge a stronger protest against the government for supplying arms and ammunitions to the semi-military Burmese government

India Launches Another New Television Network

More over insisting on factual reality in the news content and disseminating the information with ethical norms will be its motto, said its editor N. Thakuria.

Last Minute Prediction for Post-Poll in Assam

Finally who can make a natural and sustainable ally to whom? Who can not or should not go for alliance with whom? All have been continuously discussed in public forum, media column and television talk shows.

Helicopter With India’s Chief Minister on Board Declared Missing

The chopper owned by Pawan Hans Helicopter Services Limited remains untraced for more than twelve hours since its departure from Tawang helipad. The officials of Arunachal claims that the chopper faced bad weather and technical problems soon after i

ULFA Bandh Tactics That Worked and Failed

Losing ground drastically, the banned United Liberation Front of Assam tried its hands once again with the bandh (shutdown or total non-cooperation) tactics.
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Rising Resentment against Corruption in India

Supporting the cause, thousands joined in a candle lit procession in Guwahati on April 8. The citizens of Assam joined the programme, where patriotic songs were played and the Tri-colour waved by participants.

PM Singh Visits Assam Amidst ULFA Bandh

Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, who was accompanied by Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi and senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh arrived in Dhakuakhana of Lakhimpur district in the morning.

New Satellite News Channel for Assamese Community Launches in India

The news channel launched by Brand Value Communications Ltd under Rose Valley Group of Companies, Kolkata started its experimental telecasting as test signal since December 4 and since then the news and other programmes remain available through cabl
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ICRC Physical Rehabilitation Centre in Burma Bordering Indian State

Guwahati: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in association with the District Disability Rehabilitation Centre (DDRC), an organisation run by the Indian Red Cross society of Dimapur in Northeast India, has re-launched a physical rehabil

Burma’s Forthcoming General Election: Debate and Disputes

The exiled Burmese came out with a strong statement that the proposed election would only legitimize the military rule, which has already earned a notorious name for human rights violation.

Czech Ambassador to Inaugurate Burma Media Workshop

A day-long media workshop on the forthcoming military sponsored election in Burma (Myanmar) and its implication on hundred thousand Burmese refugees will take place in the Indian capital on September 27.

Pro-Democracy Burmese Must Not Forget George Fernandes

I am in no way judgmental, especially about who should get the authority to look after the great leader during his last days, but I would like to appeal to all the relative and well wishers of George Fernandes, to pay the utmost respect to him in th
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When a Military Dictator Visits Democratic India

From the United Nations to Amnesty International and America to several other democratic and progressive nations, every one has raised voices for a free, fair and comprehensive election in the poverty stricken country.

NewsBlaze India Contributor Receives Prestigious Award

NewsBlaze contributor from Northeast India, Nava Thakuria, has been honored with ERDF Award of Excellence 2010 for his contribution to the field of journalism.

Burmese in India Demonstrate Anger Against Junta

The pro-democracy Burmese exiles in India held a demonstration against the flawed election proposed by the military rulers of Burma.