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Portrayal of Middle-Class women in the selected short stories of Sadat Hasan Manto

Sadat Hasan Manto (1912-1955) an iconic Urdu writer. He is the forerunner of bringing realism and ordinary character in his short stories. He is...

Caste and Tamil Cinema: Now and Then – V. Devaki

Cinema has turned into a vital part of life of Tamils. It has assumed an important element in the life and culture of Tamil...

Indian Writing in English and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: A provocation – Ramlal Agarwal, Maharashtra

It is now pretty evident that Indian students of literature no longer read Indian Novels in English as they read American, British or French...

The End of History: Women’s Wall is the New Beginning

It was definitely Kerala again created history, by ending the existing history, when they stood together to make the longest women wall in their...

The Barefoot Colonial – Ram Govardhan, Chennai

Naipaul painted his books with words, rendering them unbelievably graphic, affording astonishing clarity. His simple and everyday words acquired unheard eloquence, unseen shades and...

Role of Ethics and Moral values in Competitive Business Ecology – Malay R. Patel, Ahmadabad

“Truth is absolute and it never damages a cause that is just.”-Mahatma Gandhi Absoluteness of Moral Laws If, we believe that we are living in a...

Hyderabad, a dying City – Narain Rao, Balijipeta

Every city, although it may seem metaphorical, has an exclusive memory to itself, a memory through which it sustains its life. And that memory...

Food in times of politics – Sneha Rout

Birbal Tudu came with severe head injury and narrated experiences from his forest trip near Sarenga, Bengal. He belongs to the Santhal tribe and...

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“Wow, you look...” As soon as those words slipped from his mouth, he regretted conceding to a third drink...
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Burn

One day when I'm dead I'll be alive is how they put it at church and Sunday School and sometimes I...

In Defence for Nature: The many hurdles of forest dwellers in Uttarakhand

“It is becoming increasingly difficult for us to carry on with our way of life,” Ghulam Nabi, a Van...

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