Since urbanization is a newly emerging trend in Northeast India, we have been blessed with a chance to progressively think about our urban areas and turn them into sustainable and healthy ecosystems.
Article by Ringsmaidi Nunisa Assam in the Northeastern corner of India is the meeting ground of different ethnic communities like the Boro Kachari, Garo, Deori, Dimasa, Karbi , Kuki, Mising… Read more A Glimpse of the Dimasa Culture →
Article by Sagarmoy Phukan and Aditya Bhuyan Introduction The quantity of municipal solid wastes generated in urban centres of Assam has been consistently rising over the years. Guwahati, the gateway… Read more The Chandrapur situation: Thoughts on waste management situation of Guwahati →
Article by Sreekar Maddala Migration, whether internal or international, has always been one of the forces driving the growth of urbanization and bringing opportunities and challenges to cities, migrants and… Read more Urbanization of Dibrugarh: A view into the social aspect →
Article by Trishanku Bhuyan In the 1970s when theatre companies in Assam started using projections on stage, they called it ‘cine-theatre’. I borrow this term from the industrial… Read more The Intermedial ‘Cine-Theatre’ of Assam →
Written by Shalome Khongsai After being declared as a pandemic by WHO in March 2020, Coronavirus or COVID-19 has become a household word. It has almost affected all the countries… Read more Waves of COVID-19 pandemic: Perspectives of discrimination from Northeast India →
Article by Nayani Sarma Since the turn of the twenty-first century, scholars, journalists and activists from India’s north-eastern region have been regularly writing about environmental problems faced by this region.… Read more Introspection on the environmental education in India’s North-East →
Editorial by Sagarmoy Phukan and Pratyush Paras Sarma On 3rd June 2021, NITI Aayog published the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for India. As usual Assam’s performance has been still under… Read more How can Assam progress towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals →