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Sushanta Roy

Sushanta Roy

Sushanta Roy is a journalist in Assam, India, who photographs and writes about the people, animals and flora of Assam, and the things that affect them.

Termination of Minister Khorsing Engti From Assam Cabinet Draws Controversy

Reports say the initiative taken by Minister Khorsing Engti and his henchman's to force the resignation of present CEM is a tactic to divert public attention of the present political crisis of the Minister himself,

Violence Rocks Karbi Anglong Amid Massive Strike

Today district administration forced open few shops in Diphu town and appealed the shopkeepers for market but no attempt has been made to open government offices and financial institutions by district administration at this time.

Autonomous State Committee Calls For Indefinite Strike in Karbi Anglong

The organization expressed dismay over the random arrest of their leaders and supporters by district police for supporting their cause.

Tiwa Community Opposes Prospect of New Hydro Electric Project in Assam

Both the Tiwa organizations have also claimed that vast areas of Nagaon, Morigaon and Kamrup district will also face disastrous situation whenever excess water is released from the project due to inundation caused by artificial deluge.

Governor Inaugurates Assam University Buildings In Diphu

A number of other newly constructed university edifices will be inaugurated by Biren Sing Engti, MP from the hill districts, Joy Ram Engleng chief Executive Member of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council

Assam Autonomous State Committee Chief Optimistic About Discussions

Teron emphasized that JACAS will not give up until the Centre agrees to create an autonomous state.

No Teachers’ Day for Venture School Teachers in Diphu

The KAVHSTEA submitted a memo to the Chief Minister of Assam for amending the act and fixation of salary for the high school teachers @ Rs 15000/- per month and Rs 17000/- for the high secondary teachers.

Congress MP Demands Separate State in Lok Sabha

The old hand of congress party raised the issue of statehood during zero hours to register a strong demand by explaining the relevancy of the popular claim of the 6th schedule aborigine tribes inhabiting in the area.

Negotiation Process Crucial to Achievement of Karbi Anglong’s Statehood

On the 20th of this month elected members of both Karbi Anglong and The preparation for a forceful movement for achieving statehood from the third week of August has been put in abeyance to justify the seriousness of the Center.

Karbi Anglong Districts Observe Independence Day Amid Strike

However till filing of the report authorities could not ascertain the name of the VIP who will unfurl national flag at Diphu, Hamren or Bokajan.

Statehood Demand of Karbi Anglong Under Jeopardy

Surprisingly when Karbi Anglong district congress committee and the congress ruled Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao autonomous Council have placed demand for creation of separate state before Prime Minister and UPA chairperson the fraternal organization

India’s Secretary General Says Congress Will Honor the Demand of Karbi...

Abinash Pande was accompanied by Bhubeneswar Kalita, President of Assam Pradesh congress committee, both the leaders made the usual appeal for maintaining peace for development.

‘Eid’ Observed Peacefully in Karbi Anglong

Maximum shops and business establishments were closed in spite of relaxation in curfew from morning 8.00 PM to 6.00 PM but this failed to dampen the spirit of the aficionados who thronged the hotels and restaurants with friends and family members.

Karbi Anglong: New Resolutions Adopted for Separate State

Deputy Commissioner of Karbi Anglong p. Buragohain today appealed to all section of people to maintain peace and harmony during the festival of Idd in a meeting of leading citizens today.

Karbi Anglong Situation Shambling Back to Normalcy

In Bokajan town normal life has remained unaffected with business and government institutions functioning as usual, schools and financial establishments functioning normally however in the vast rural area of the subdivision normalcy

Mobs Resort To Arson As Native Peoples Groups Demand Separation From...

Fires rage across Assam, as native groups tire of waiting for the recalcitrant Congress to take action. A delegation of elected representatives is to meet Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

Elephant Mowed Down By Locomotive Near Tea Estate

Rapid deforestation due to aggressive human settlement forces elephant herds to move about through their primordial passage which the elephant does because of natural instinct.

Rengma Naga Hills Protection Force Cadre Killed

In a joint operation of the Indian Army and Chokihola police, a cadre of the lesser-known Rengma Naga outfit, Rengma Naga Hills Protection Force, was gunned down in the village of Zongfa

India: Strike Ravaging Diphu: Activist Students Don’t Care

The district administration and Chamber of Commerce failed to tackle the situation. Political parties and the ruling congress are maintaining their distance from issues raised after the death of Jhankar Saikia.

Adivasis Resent Land Grab, Demand Developmental Council

The students want an 'Adivasi Devlopment Council based on the Bodoland Territorial Administrative Council, to expedite the development of the Adivasi community of Karbi Anglong.