Guwahati, Dec. 1: The Adivasi groups in Assam have urged chief minister Tarun Gogoi to take up the Scheduled Tribe (ST) status issue with the Centre and speed up the process. A 33-member delegation of Adivasi National Convention Committee and its ... Calcutta Telegraph, 3 days ago
Adivasi body urges CM to expedite ST status process - Assam Tribune, 4 days ago
ST tag eludes Adivasis - Calcutta Telegraph, 4 days ago
Terming the activities of Naxals as serious impediment to the nation-building process, the government has told the Supreme Court that the rebels have destroyed thousands of development and infrastructure facilities and kidnapped proactive, sincere ...Firstpost.com, 2 weeks ago Naxal ideologues 'more dangerous' than armed cadres: Government Jagran Post, 2 weeks ago Naxal ideologues 'more dangerous' than armed cadres: Govt Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
LAST week the Report of the Committee on Evolving a Composite Developmental Index categorised states into three: least developed, less developed and relatively developed states. It is no coincidence that of the top five least developed states four ...Communist Party of India, 2 months ago
Countercurrents.org The Supreme Court has directed union and state governments to constitute a Civil Services Board (CSB) to manage transfers, postings, promotions, etc., of civil servants, to insulate bureaucracy from interference by politicians.Counter Currents, 4 weeks ago
Indian intelligence agencies have often claimed that left-wing extremists are trying to make inroads in the militancy-hit regions of the north-east to foment further unrest. But Jaideep Saikia, noted terrorism and conflict analyst, claims, "People who speak of Maoism taking roots in the north-east have not read history." Saikia, author of Terror Sans Frontiers, explains to Vicky Nanjappa why Maoism will not be able to gain a foothold in north-east. There has been talk about Maoists making ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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