Bibliophile

The Love Laws

The book I’ve chosen to review is called “The God of Small Things” written by an Indian author, Arundhati Roy. It is the debut novel of the author, falls under the category of fiction and illustrates the caste system and politics prevalent in India at the expense of two children …

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Inclusive education in India
Edu Watch

Inclusive education in India

I am little bit certain about the fact that the kind of education on which I am going to elucidate upon is mostly, never been heard by anyone.  Normally we do not encounter it in the education system or even if we do, we simply do not pay enough heed …

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Change makers Of Young India
Good Samaritans

Change makers Of Young India

“India’s secret weapon: Its young population”. But the term ‘Indian youth’ does not always stand for its exact meaning as India is divided into different strata with regards to the young population too. Sadly, a negligible number of us are courageous enough to do something substantial to attack the roots …

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Upendrakishore Roy Chowdhury- the peddler of our dreams
Bibliophile

Upendrakishore Roy Chowdhury- the peddler of our dreams

I grew up reading ‘Tuntunir Boi’, ‘Chotoder Ramayan’, ‘Chotoder Mahabharat’ and ‘Sekaler Kotha’ among a few dozen other books. It was right then that I developed the irrevocable love for reading and a knack for writing. Well, I do have a lot to thank the remarkably gifted popular Bengali litterateur …

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