Opium and an enabling government have pushed the Naga rebellion in Changlang into a dead end.
Terrorism by Suresh P. ThomasOct 08, 2014
Beyond this bridge you’re on your own; I’m not responsible
for your safety,” the lone soldier manning the Central Reserve Police Force
(CRPF) bunker at the bridge that led to Salang village told us as we walked
Photographer Deepu Philip and I were on assignment in
Arunachal Pradesh, one of the most beautiful parts of the country. We were
accompanied by another photographer, Prahas Nair. Changlang, our destination,
is in the south-eastern corner. Late August-early September, w
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Suresh P. Thomas
is a Malayalam writer who has published three works of fiction. He lives in Kottayam.
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