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Is Desh Ko Rakhna Mere Bachchon Sambhaal Ke . . .

Today is the Teacher’s Day, the birthday of Bharat Ratna Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who’s the ex-president of India and much before that a great teacher, an ideal teacher. I have also been fortunate to have learnt and gained a lot … 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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Tasmai Shri Guruve Namah

Today is the Teachers’ Day (Shikshak Divas), the birthday of the great teacher and ex-president of India, Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. Last year I had written a blog on this day paying my regards to my ex-English teacher Late Shri Surendra … Continue reading

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The lamp has blown out but the light remains

In the past, on the occasion of the Teacher’s Day, I had posted a blog, paying my tribute to my English teacher, Shri Surendra Kumar Mishra who had laid a strong foundation for my knowledge of the English language. In … Continue reading

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A tribute to an ideal teacher

I dedicate this post of myself to my English teacher, Shri Surendra Kumar Mishra who taught me English during my schooling days (class IX and class X). I have had my formal education till graduation in Hindi medium in a … Continue reading

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