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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Expansion without Inclusiveness : the Achilles’ heel of Higher Education in Kerala – Praveen...

1. Introduction In the rapidly changing global society, quantity and quality of human resources determine a nation’s competency among others (Tilak 2001). Enhancement of human...

Shores of Discrimination and Poverty: the Other Side of Kerala Model of Developmental Experience...

Introduction: Since the beginning of civilizations, fish occupies an important role in our daily lives. Fishing is one of the oldest occupations of human beings....

A divergent experience of first and second generation immigrant characters in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter...

ABSTRACT The main objectives of the study is to analyze the themes and works of the major India Diaspora writers in English with special reference...

Alienation in A.K.Ramanujan’s Poetry – Manoj Kumar Bhagat, West Bengal

Attipat Krishnaswamy Ramanujan occupies an important place as a poet in the platform of Indo-anglian poetry .He is regarded as one of the masters...

Confessionalism in the Poetry of Kamala Das – Samarendra Kumar Nayak, Odisha

In the Second half of the twentieth Century a group of American poets started writing on a highly subjective matter.  Expression of personality without...

Dalit Feminism and Baburao Bagul’s Short Story “Mother” – Swayamdipta Das , Kolkata

Mainstream Indian literature and culture, until very recently, was limited by the marked absence of any significant representation of the Dalit experience. Although not...