Responding to the Maoist Spread in India’s Northeast

A two-Day NATIONAL seminar

3-4 FEBRUARY 2014, GUWAHATI

 
Mr Wasbir Hussain, Executive Director, CDPS, welcoming the speakers and participants at the Seminar and delivering the Introductory Address
Sitting from left: Mr PJ Baruah, Jt Secy (hony), CDPS, Mr Scott Furssedonn-Wood, British Deputy High Commissioner to Eastern India, Mr P. C. Haldar, Member, National Security Advisory Board and Mr Wasbir Hussain, ED, CDPS
Mr P. C. Haldar, Member, National Security Advisory Board, delivering the Keynote Address

Speakers during the first session on the second day of the Seminar. From left: Mr. Vishwa Ranjan, IPS (retd), former DGP, Chhattisgarh, Lt Gen Arvinder Singh Lamba, Former Vice Chief of the Army Staff, Mr. Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, IPS, ADGP (Admin), Assam
Speakers addressing at the second session of the seminar on Day 2 . From left: Dr. P. V. Ramana, Research Fellow, IDSA, Prof. Monirul Hussain, GU, and Mr. L.R. Bishnoi, IPS, IGP (BTAD), Assam
Mr Scott Furssedonn-Wood, British Deputy High Commissioner to Eastern India, addressing the Seminar
A participant questioning during discussion
A participant interacting after a session
Speakers addressing at the third session of the seminar on Day 2 . From left: Mr Sushanta Talukdar, Dr ANS Ahmed and Ms Chitra Ahanthem
A view of the participants
Dr. Ranoj Pegu, Chief Executive Councillor, Mising Autonomous Council, Assam, addressing the Seminar. Also seen from left: Mr Samudra Gupta Kashyap and Mr Barnabas Kindo
Mr. Vishwa Ranjan, IPS (retd), former DGP, Chhattisgarh, presenting his paper
 
 
CDPS Team Members and Speakers at the end of Day 1
 
Participants at the end of Day 2
 

study on 'Women-headed households in Assam: The Social and Psychological Impact of Insurgency on Women in Assam'

GUWAHATI, april 2013-april 2014

     
CDPS Field Team during the survey at Nalbari district
A Field Investigator with a respondent at her home
A Field Investigator with a respondent at Tinsukia district

Deceased Abul Kalam Ahmed's family (from left- wife Purnima Begum, son Elvis and mother) at Guwahati
Widowed by militancy, Manju Das with her two daughters, at Guwahati
A Field Investigator during an interview