Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar – A great Indian reformer

By Bhudeb Chakrabarti   India, in the 19th century, witnessed the peak of Britain’s colonial era, with the administration of the country shifting from the East India Company to the British Empire in the mid-19th century. This was also the period in which the many reform movements were initiated in an attempt to clear the web
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History has always foxed me. My love – hate relationship with the subject has ranged from levels of extreme boredom while trying to remember the lengthy answers from the school text books, to intense engagement while reading Amar Chitra Katha, while watching historical movies like Sikander, Mughal-E-Azam, The Last Emperor, Gandhi, Braveheart, Gladiator, or while seeing historical monuments and trying to unravel
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It is human nature to trust recommendations from those who they find credible. When I plan a journey, I often reach out to my friends who have previously been to the place, for recommendations on places to stay, food and transport etc. The same holds good before I make a new purchase. Probably that is
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By Somali K Chakrabarti One of the benefits of being a part of the blogosphere is that you readily come across a wealth of information shared by people from their own experiences. During my entire stay in Mumbai, though I have been to a number of Chinese restaurants, I had never heard about any Chinese temple in
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  ‘Stationery is the lifeline of any office’ Does this sound like an exaggeration? Think of it. Much like fuel is needed to keep a car running, stationery is needed to keep an office running. When you own or manage an office, buying office supplies invariably happens to be one of the most tedious jobs
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