Padmapani Bora has deep interest in writing and his favourite areas are finance, political economy, and Northeast India. Bora often writes opinion based and scholarly articles in leading newspapers of the Northeast India and some national newspapers too such as The Assam Tribune, The Sentinel, GPlus, etc. Motivating you students in developing leadership skills, aspiring for Civil Services…
North-East India in India-Asean Relations : A Strategic and Developmental Perspective
In the post-Cold war period India and ASEAN countries have revived their economic relations which were badly affected during the Cold War. Continuous interest in each other in the changed world order has strengthened the relationship. India in the early 90s initiated the “Look East Policy” with a view of closer engagement with its extended neighbourhood so far has led to cooperation in many fields, from economic to defence – strategic.
FOREWORD BY AMITABH BACHCHAN
Discovering the Heritage of Assam
Assam, the name is a beautiful blend of culture, heritage, faiths, beliefs, and traditions of numerous ethnic tribes and sub-tribes residing in the state. Such blend has largely contributed toward its social fabric bypassing barriers of caste, creed, and religion.
The state has one of the largest concentrations of tribal population in the country.
Tax Revenue for National Security
National security is a collective term that encompasses several dimensions starting from military advantage of a nation state over others to its survival through various means like arms race, diplomacy, economic power and many other forms of soft powRead More
Financial inclusion and Jan Dhan Yojana
The term financial inclusion has received enormous responses across the globe in the recent past. Financial inclusion is a socio-economic terminology which means providing accessibility of financial services at affordable cost to the low income groupRead More
Advantage Assam and Future Growth Prospects
In 1992, when India announced its “Looks-East policy” for closer economic cooperation with ASEAN nations, it did not have a substantial policy on the potentials of its Northeast region. Off late the potentials of the economic integration of NorthRead More
Union Budget 2018: A Realistic Approach to boost Indian Economy
On 1st February, 2018 Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley presented the union budget for 2018-19 with a new developmental framework with prime focuses on agrarian economy, rural development, social welfare, health, education and infrastructure developRead More
Economic Confidence Building in Northeast India
Northeast India which comprises seven sisters and Himalayan state of Sikkim is undoubtedly important from the geo-strategic perspective. The region shares 98% of its boundaries with other countries and occupies vital position in country’s defence aRead More
Skill Development in NE Need of Hour
Vocational training, education are important components of employability and a systematic approach to these components helps in correct employment of workforce with sustainable enterprise development. Skill development is key in achieving such sustaiRead More