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Janlokpal defeated; Kejri puts down paper


Bidding Good-Bye to responsibility or commitment....?

What should be the proper terminology to depict the unanticipated mayhem in Delhi Politics is though unclear yet; the neophyte attitude of governance has made it clear that the alternative form sustains until and unless ... more
Mere Baap Pehle AAP!!!


So ‘Mere Baap Pehle AAP’ has finally become the slogan of today’s Indian politics, at least the politics of adjustment, if the word compromise stinks much to make our holy nationalist politicians feel awkward before public. But the problem really lies somewhere behind the scenes appearing after Delhi election result specially after the ... more
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RADICAL RABINDRANATH : Nation, Family and Gender in Tagore’s Fiction and Films
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