Friday, February 23, 2024

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Penguin’s homage to Satyajit Ray is a library of his works

The Penguin Satyajit Ray library is like a new Sun emerging out of your terrace. It is a cultural masterpiece, a rare subject of...

“Democracy in Coma”: Silenced women victims in Bengal

The launch of the book, “Democracy in Coma”, Silenced Voices of Women Victims in Bengal, was held at the NDMC Convention Hall in New...

Another Bose to whom India owes a gratitude

Amidst the brouhaha over the 125th birth anniversary of Subhas Chandra Bose, a book is silently reminding Indians that their most enigmatic nationalist hero...

World War II from the eyes of an Indian woman combatant

A young woman’s translation of war diaries maintained by her grandmother is making many in the corridors of power in India sit up and...

Modi gives a peek inside his mind in his own words

New Delhi: Many say letter writing - for all practical reasons - is becoming a lost art, but India’s finest film writer has translated...

Up and close to Adani and not what you speculated all along

Gautam Adani, One of the richest in the world,  who is pushing India into a potential new economic superpower, never delays taking crucial calls...

A Kumbh Mela Classic for Ages: What binds millions?

Samaresh Basu wrote Amrita Kumbher Sandhaney in 1954, India was seven years old as an independent nation and still smarting from the pains of...

“Anne Frank’s diaries are no better than a literary fraud”

Most readers are familiar with the official story of Anne Frank, the young Jewish girl (aged 13–15) who kept a diary while hiding in a...

Moscow as ultimate trophy is as bad a move as it gets 

The seven-month war in Ukraine, and the role of NATO, especially the Atlanticist powers, are fueled by an official western narrative that depicts the...

Ma Sarada: Who, from wife became a mother of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa

There is an old saying in Bengal’s spiritual hub of Dakshineswar and Belur. That it is home to two mothers. One is the much...
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