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In 2010, Prominent British novelist and journalist Howard Eric Jacobson won The Man Booker Prize, for his novel

The linguist with a scientific insight

Suniti Kumar Chatterji was an Indian linguist, educationist and litterateur. He was a recipient of the third highest

The Thugs of India

Kallie SzczepanskiThe Thugs or Thuggees were organized gangs of criminals in India who preyed upon trade caravans and

On subverting the things he loves most

Damien

The first novelist to emerge from the Muslim society of Bengal

A prominent journalist and social worker

Khan Sahib Muhammad Afzal is an eminent journalist, writer, social worker and founder president, Noagaon Journalists Association. He

Five words at the auction

Yasir MononSiham ran inside the rail station after paying the CNG fair. He is too late

Authors in the role of social reformists

History and social reconstruction have been intertwined with literary works through ages. During the Victorian era, Charles Dickens illustrated

An interview with Howard Jacobson

In 2010, Prominent British novelist and journalist Howard Eric Jacobson won The Man Booker Prize, for his novel

Knowledge on knowledge

Protiva Rani KarmakerSir Francis Bacon first attributed to the phrase 'Knowledge is Power' long ago.  As

Subrata Kumar Das' first 5-year in Toronto

Dr. Dilip ChakrabortySubrata Kumar Das, a writer, organiser, literary activist and editor immigrated to Toronto, Canada,

The history of women in higher education

Jone Johnson LewisIn every year since 1982, more women than men have earned bachelor's degrees. But

Life's irrationality in Waiting for Godot

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