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The murderous Diwali night

Diwali is the biggest festival of the Hindu community worldwide. Lord Ram is supposed to have arrived at his kingdom – Ayodhya back after an exile of 14 years in forests on this day and hence this festival, the Festival … Continue reading

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A gust of fresh air

The name of Geetashree Chatterjee is not new for the readers of the virtual world – poems, stories, blogs, articles, reviews, opinion and what not ! This multi-talented person has tried her hand on different genres of literature in all … Continue reading

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Bachelor ! Booooo….!

I read less English books and naturally, am very selective in this regard. My friends like Deepak M.R. and Deepa Swaminathan are big fans of P.G. Wodehouse and they had advised me to try a book by PGW. And finally, I have tried … Continue reading

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It’s better than the movies on Kashmir

We have had several movies made on the decades old Kashmir problem but yet to see a good movie in recent years doing full justice to the still burning issue. Kashmir has been burning for the past twenty years. However … Continue reading

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Miss Marple resolves a mystery for the last time

I do read very less English books. However when it comes to an Agatha Christie novel, I cannot leave it. And once I start reading it, I have to reach its finish in one go only. I am a great … Continue reading

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A perfect script for a Bollywood blockbuster

Hindi novelist, Surendra Mohan Pathak has never tried to write for movies and in fact, he has been to Mumbai only once in his life (1956) when he had not even started to write novels or stories. Had he tried … Continue reading

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A great scientist turning into prisoner no. 100

Qaidi No. 100 (prisoner no. 100) is the 100th novel of famous Hindi novelist Ved Prakash Sharma which was first published in 1983 when the author was only 28 years of age. It’s a grand story written on an extra-ordinarily … Continue reading

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