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Category: England

Steps To Eradicate Colonial Mindset

On the 76th anniversary of Independence, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi reportedly said from the Red Fort that the Path of Duty should be the way of life. On […]

Owing To Low Water Levels

A centuries-old village was buried under a reservoir… Well, it was one day, when, all of a sudden, houses, neighbourhood and roads of the village became visible, as the reservoir […]

Beyond Imagination, Possibly

Queen Elizabeth (Alexandra Mary) II (April 21, 1926 – September 8, 2022) was quite young at that period of time. It was not in the remotest imagination that she would […]

They Were Not The Only Ones

Dedicated to my Apa (elder sister) Farah Deeba Deepti, the member of Election Management Committee (of Bangladesh Awami League) and Executive Member of Bangladesh-India Friendship Society… The Indians usually blame […]

Not Clandestine, Anymore

It can be uttered with confidence that people in general have neither seen Government spies, nor heard them speak, as it has been the general protocol for international intelligence agencies […]

Shouldering A Responsibility

For a decade, Radhamani, a librarian at the Pratibha Public Library in the southern Indian province of Kerala, has been walking door to door to distribute books for just INR […]

Returning Of The Colonial Loot

Britain recently returned a number of old artefacts, reportedly taken away by the Britishers during the colonial era, to India. On August 19, seven such artefacts, kept in a Scottish […]

What A Depiction

“Racism is taught in our society… it is not automatic. It is learned behaviour toward persons with dissimilar physical characteristics.” – Alexander (Alex) Murray Palmer Haley (August 11, 1921 – […]

Tackling The ‘Barbarians’

It is known that the British had suffered a bloody and miserable defeat in the First Anglo-Afghan War, in 1838-42. Although some battles took place after that war, the Britons […]