Articles and Papers are in MS Word format.
Status of Common Property Resources in Northeast India
Paper presented at a Seminar ‘Society, Social Change and Sustainable Development’ organised by Dept. of Sociology, North Bengal University. 11th -13th April, 2007
The Tea Crisis, Heath Insecurity and Plantation Labourers’ Unrest
Paper presented at the Seminar on Ecology and Environment in North East India: Past and Present, Department of History, Dibrugarh University, March 27-28, 2007.
Development-Induced Displacement: A History of Transition to Impoverishment and Environmental Degradation
Article published in the BULLETIN of Assam Institute of Research for Tribals and Scheduled Caste, Guwahati, Volume 1, No. XVI 2006.
Development Projects Threat to Tribal Livelihood: Case Study
Paper presented at the Seminar on Human Security,
Department of Political Science, Gauhati University, November 17-18, 2006.
Development-Induced Displacement and Human Security in Assam
Paper published in: Jayanta Madhav Datta (ed). Seuj Silpar Sandhanat: Asomor Cha Udyogor Oitihasik, Rajanaitik, Arthanaitik aru Samajik Disamuh. Jorhat: Assam Chah Karmachari Sandha, pp. 251-264. December, 2006
Tussle Between the Management and Labourers of Tea Gardens of Assam
International Conference on Development and Displacement: Afro-Asian Perspective.
Hyderabad: Osmania university, November 27-28, 2004. (Revised for publication)
Development-Induced Displacement: The Struggles behind It
Paper presented at the Seminar on Culture in the Northeast
Dibrugarh University, March 31, 2005
Development, Displacement and Boro Livelihood: A Case Study
Conference on Redressing Inequalities of Displacement by Development: Dams and Mines.
Ranchi: Council for Social Development, November 6-8, 2004.
PAGLADIA DAM PROJECT IN ASSAM: A CASE STUDY
The Telegraph, November 29, 2004.
Dams: Threats to Livelihood
Seminar on Labour and Employment Relations in Plantations in a Globalising Economy
Guwahati: V. V. Giri National Labour Institute and OKDISC, March 9-10, 2004.
Labour Unrest and Social Insecurity of Plantation Workers: A Case Study