DALIT & TRIBES

The Miris (Misings) according to John M’cosh

Foreword: Recently, a very good friend and a senior, sent me a digitized version of the Book. ‘TOPOGRAPHY OF ASSAM’ by John M’Cosh. The Book written as early as 1837, under the instruction of the then government talks extensively about the togography, society, demography and the culture of the then Assam. The book rightfully digitized by Google has enabled us…

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WANDER

Let Manali, Be Manali

Manali, around 580 kilometers (193 miles) north of Delhi, at the northern end of the Kullu Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh offers you an amazing holiday experience. You can either have an adventure packed holiday or a laid back one in Manali. You can choose to be either here. If you are an adventure lover, then manali offer…

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PERSONAL

An Analysis of the Four Year Undergraduate Program in Delhi University

Delhi University, the biggest in India, recently introduced the Four Year Undergraduate Program (referred as FYUP) in its curriculum. The FYUP has received immense criticism from various quarters. Many see it as hastily implemented, while others plainly discard it off by saying that it is being modeled in accordance to the west and will merely make education more elitist. While,…

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FROM THE MARGINS

LOVE AMIDST RUBBLES

‘I had dreams too while building yours Mine lies shattered In between rubbles I was a mere number for you A number which u gave at the end of each month my hands always shook taking that number That number killed me But Once I dreamt Because I was once human too……!!!’   Picture: The Final Embrace by Taslima Akter.

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WANDER

A TRIP TO RANTHAMBORE (REMEMBER..:)

The Ranthambore National Park or Ranthambhore is one of the largest national parks in northern India. It is situated in Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, about 110 km north east of Kota and 130 km south east of Jaipur, which is also the nearest airport. Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary is known for its tigers and is one of the best places in…

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FROM THE MARGINS

Shahbagh People’s Movement: New Generation Challenging the Unjust Structure

By. Mohammad Shahid Ullah Shahbagh movement is a new concept and milestone in the political history of Bangladesh that began on February 4, 2013. It’s a people’s movement organized by the Bangladesh Online Activist Network (BOAN)-a loose and informal network of youth bloggers, demanding capital punishment of war criminals of 1971, ban Bangladesh Jamat-e-Islami-JI (a communal fundamentalist party) for their…

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