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Category: Literature

Lying Around Truth

Two weeks had passed since the collapse of Twin Towers, somewhat like a house of cards, in New York. The entire United States of America was still reeling under the […]

Bound & Preserved

The dignity of a leather-bound book is somewhat different. Even in the age of e-books, ownership of Leather-Bound books is considered to be a special sense of pride for book-lovers. […]

Spirit(ed)

The feeling of being afraid can linger for quite a long time, and can also shake from the very foundation of persons in a moment. During October-November each year, the […]

On A Genre Of Literature & Littérateurs

The name Gabriel García Márquez (March 6, 1927 – April 17, 2014) still enthrals many. The literary works of the Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter, and journalist, known affectionately as […]

A Dynamic Gift Of Controversy

Book-lovers across the globe were surprised when Dario Luigi Angelo Fo (March 24, 1926 – October 13, 2016) – an Italian actor, playwright, comedian, singer, theatre director, stage designer, songwriter, […]

Silence: A Meaningful Political Category

Global Studies has become a very popular subject in recent times, especially in former colonial countries of the Eastern or South-eastern Hemisphere, like India. The main purpose of studying this […]

The Poisoned Honey…

“Heart! I know Spring has passed, and its joy too/ but how could I fly with these ripped-off wings?…“ These lines were written by Afghan poet Nadia Anjuman Herawi (December […]

Another Form Of Resistance!

The horrific images of people falling from aircraft in Kabul in a bid to escape the Taliban have shocked the Global Community. Many consider the current scenario in the war-ravaged […]