Nava Thakuria

Nava Thakuria is a Guwahati based media activist, who is working for print media for 30 years now. He writes on various issues related to northeast India and also the media as a while.
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Dreaming of a vibrant media complex in Guwahati

As the number of professional journalists, associated with various newspapers, news channels, radio outlets, digital platforms, etc is increasing rapidly in Guwahati, the virtual...

PM Narendra Modi urged to announce a mission to develop batteries

Expressing concern over the probable electricity crisis due to the shortage of coal supply to various power plants in India, a graduate engineers' forum...

AAEA bats for a complete revamping of Assam water transport services

Guwahati: Expressing profound grief over the demise of a college teacher (Parimita Das, a resident of Kahilipara in the city), who drowned following the...
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‘Self-reform and financial transparency in media is need of the hour’

Guwahati: Can the mainstream newspapers and satellite news channels be compelled to make their annual balance sheets public in India? Or will it be...

Prof Yunus receives Laurel, Bangladesh adds name in Olympic history

Nobel peace laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus receives the Olympic Laurel award at the opening ceremony of the 32nd Games of the Olympiad Tokyo 2020,...

PEC lauds Indian authorities for corona compensation to scribes

Press Emblem Campaign, Switzerland based international media rights and safety body, appreciate the initiative of Indian federal government along with many province authorities for...
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India now loses fours scribes a day to Covid-19, global tally reaches 1248

As apprehended India emerges as the second most Covid-19 affected nation in the world to lose 141 journalists, now almost four scribes per day,...

COVID-19: Pandemic-hit book publishers eye for openings

It was an intriguing discussion at a special session of the prestigious 33rd Guwahati Book Fair, where a number of book publishers, writers, journalists,...

India continues to lose scribes to Covid-19

Geneva/Guwahati: One more Indian journalist falls prey to the Covid-19 pandemic as Noida based scribe Pankaj Shukla breathed his last on 20 November 2020....
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Bharat second in COVID-19 media casualties

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to claim victims among journalists across the globe, Bharat (India) emerges as the second most affected country (after Peru)...

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