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Understanding linguistic conflicts and NRC in Assam through maps

By Selim Jahangir and Mehebub Sahana
Abdul Hussain, 45, from Muslim dominated Barpayak no. 1 in Nellie said, “My name is there in the list but my wife’s and children’s names are not. If I am an Indian, then how are my children foreigners?”

Ten years after Cyclone Aila, inhabitants of Sundarbans are still waiting for rehabilitation

By Mehebub Sahana
Badly planned and poorly executed policies related to fishing and honey-harvesting have also affected the livelihood of the local people. Economic desperation has resulted in large scale out-migration, particularly in last one decade.