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OPINION: Not Digha, make Siliguri the Goa of Bengal

On World Tourism Day, Bappaditya Paul tells that Siliguri, despite lacking a sea, has potentials to be the Goa of Bengal.

OPINION: Gag at home, gaga in Delhi

Congress cries foul over BJP-led Centre's bid to stifle dissents, but it's own government in Assam is doing the same.

OPINION: A Case for Toto  

Bengal should frame simple and customised rules to regulate the wonder vehicle called Toto, says Biplob LohoChoudhury

OPINION: Truths and Tilts  

The polarised stand of the Assam media in Brahmaputra and Barak Valley over Centre's recent notification on legalising Hindu Bangladeshi settlers, do not augur well for a free and independent Press.

OPINION: Model Theft

Teacher’s Day fanfare has failed to hide the bitter reality that teachers nowadays are the least preferred role model in Bengal, argues Biplob LohoChoudhury 

OPINION: Young Bengal, Version 2015.

Outdated syllabi of Bengal universities and the missing link to employment opportunities are leaving the youths restive, argues Biplob LohoChoudhury.

OPINION: Deprive and Rule

For Dispur and Delhi, deprive and rule are the key words when it comes to dealing with Bengali inhabited Barak Valley, writes Joydeep Biswas.

OPINION: A Quota for Tagore

Contrary to the popular perception, Visva-Bharati does not have a quota for internal students, instead it follows an education model that was introduced by Tagore, argues Biplob LohoChoudhury.

OPINION: Ladies Corner

Last week's clash between women and male passengers is the byproduct of an ever deteriorating suburban train service in Bengal, writes Bappaditya Paul

OPINION: Where shall the Stateless Go?

Thirty years since the Nellie pogrom when 2,000-odd Bengalis were butchered in just six hours, the Bengalis of Assam are again facing a new kind of terror: this time it is from the Indian Government, writes Joydeep Biswas    

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