The Sentinel

The Sentinel

'Assam is India's window to South-east Asia'

Eminent economists Joseph Eugene Stiglitz and Meghnad Desai say key to Assam's progress lies in proper utilization of its vast resources

GUWAHATI, Jan 10: At a time when the State is witnessing violent anti-dam protests, eminent economists Joseph Eugene Stiglitz and Meghnad Desai have also expressed the view that considering the geographical location of the State, small and medium dams should be preferred over big dams.

The two economists were in Guwahati on Tuesday to attend a conference on the topic 'Asia Rising: Implications for the World Economy' at the ITA Centre for Performing Arts at Mackhowa. The conference was organized by the Youth Forum on Foreign Policy.

The Assam Tribune
Eco-tourism, organic farming key areas: Stiglitz

Eco-tourism, organic farming key areas: Stiglitz

GUWAHATI, Jan 10 – In a discussion-cum-interactive session on the topic ‘Asia rising: Implications for the world economy’, Nobel Laureate Joseph E Stiglitz of Columbia University and British politician and economist Meghnad Desai brought to light facets of economic reality confronting India and Asia in the context of globalization and liberalization.

In an event organised today by the newly formed Youth Forum on Foreign Policy in association with Eclectic Times, the two well-known figures in the field of economics dwelt on the socio-economic history of India and China, and how the countries gradually became marginalized due to international developments, which were unfavourable.


India's Grassland Kingdom

100 tigers,

 2,000 one-horned rhinos,

1,800 wild buffalo

Kazirunga National

Park is India's

Grassland Kingdom


International Taste and Travel

Secluded Indian Paradise


International Taste & Travel

Spring 2011

Food is the central component of the Wild mahseer experence, just as it was a focal point of the tea planters life style.


India Today

India Today

December 2010


The Wild Mahseer Lodge, Assam


If you want to experience the romance of the famed tea-life during the British Raj, then all you have to do is to take a trip to the Wild Mahseer Lodge, located on 22 acres of certified organic land right in the midst of Balipara tea estate in Assam. It’s a 20-minute drive from Tezpur airport. The resort has four independent bungalows with three or four suites each. It has all the romance of Victorian architecture – spacious rooms, elegantly furnished with a cheerful log fire and a stream lapping nearby. The amenities, however, are modern with an eye on the luxury traveler.


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Ranjit interviewed by NDTV

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