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Sunday 26 January 2020

Mausumi Dasgupta


Literary affairs writer, consultant for overseas education



Pandits: 30 Years Since Being Ripped...

Pandits say, and rightly so, that their return to Kashmir cannot be pushed without ensuring a homeland for the Islam-ravaged community for conservation of their culture

Taliban-US Talks Bode Ill For India,...

On the one hand, infrastructure projects of India worth crores are at stake; on the other, Pakistan is vying for the day a Taliban-ruled Afghanistan can serve it again as a terror launchpad

Dhanvantari, The Legacy Consigned To Oblivion

Why did India let the legacy of Dhanvantari, the first doctor, be lost in oblivion? Both indigenous charlatans and foreign invaders are to blame. But with the state's interest in Ayurveda rekindled, society must do everything within its capabilities to revive the science

Aksai Chin Slipped Away From India...

And how it is near impossible for India to get it back from China after all these decades when successive governments looked on as the hostile northern neighbour built its economic and strategic assets in the region

धर्म के मार्ग पर वापस आ...

सिर्फ़ न्यूज़ पर साहित्यिक चर्चा का शुभारम्भ हम राष्ट्रकवि एवं महान लेखक रामधारी सिंह ‘दिनकर’...

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