Sanjeeb Baruah

Sanjeeb Baruah: Geopolitics, environment and wildlife are his favourite subjects. He clearly remembers his early years in the profession when he chased politicians, officials and subject experts for stories. He hopes his articles, both news and feature stories, will continue to interest as well as fascinate the readers.​

Ram Rahim and the UN gaffe

The United Nations’ warm invite to jailed self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh would have also taken him by surprise, assuming that he doesn't know it yet.

PM Modi holds roadshow in Varanasi: As it happened

Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday offered prayers at Kashi Vishwanath and Kal Bhairav temples here during his roadshow in Varanasi, his parliamentary constituency.

UP polls 2017, 4th phase: 61% voter turnout recorded till 5 pm

Polling began on Thursday morning in 53 constituencies spread over 12 districts that figure in the fourth phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections. The districts include the backward Bundelkha

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister EK Palaniswami wins trust vote: As it happened

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami has won the vote of confidence with the support of 122 MLAs. 

E K Palaniswami sworn-in as new Tamil Nadu chief minister: As it happened

Chennai: Edappadi K Palaniswami, the general secretary of the AIADMK party and a close confidante of VK Sasikala, was on Thursday sworn-in as the new chief minister of Tamil Nadu, ending weeks of p

Goa Assembly Elections: Key issues

The Goa Assembly elections are being fought on a number of issues with the ruling BJP promoting ‘development’ as the key issue while the opposition parties focus on issues such as corruption, envir

Punjab Polls 2017: To teach ‘Dusht’ rivals a lesson, candidates get personal, animated

As the saying goes, to succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone.

BJP eyes Goa without CM face, shuns emotive issues, focuses growth

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has not named a chief ministerial candidate yet for the Goa assembly polls on February 4.  

Colombians turn new page of history with Farc peace accord in 2016 - Five developments

Colombians turn new page of history with Farc peace accord in 2016 - Five developments

The Colombian government and the leftist Farc rebels in 2016 signed a historic peace deal to cease hostilities which had plagued the Andean nation for several decades.

North Korea pulled off most powerful nuclear blast in 2016, world shuddered

North Korea pulled off most powerful nuclear blast in 2016, world shuddered

North Korea’s fifth and most powerful nuclear test, packing a force of 10 kilotonnes, in September this year sent ripples across the world capitals.

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