No More Tears for Lukha

By H H Mohrmen The Lukha is one of the most talked about river in the state because it is the obvious symbol of the fate of a river which flows through the coal mining area. While reams have been written about the plight of the Lukha the…

MODI-SHAH STEERING US TOWARDS GLOBAL ISOLATION

INDIA’S ECONOMIC AND DIPLOMATIC WOES MULTIPLY   By Amulya Ganguli   It isn’t only the economic slump which is a cause of concern, there is also reason to be worried about how India’s diplomatic ties with countries far and near are

Indian Constitution is secular & socialist

Editor, The Preamble of our Constitution says that we are a Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic. But a section of people argue that since the words - Socialist and Secular - were not there in the original Constitution therefore…

There’s need for a leader like Netaji

A great leader like Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, who fought against communalism and narrow provincialism, is the need of the hour in present India. He was from Bengal but fought for the entire nation. In September 1938, Netaji came to

Sweet tradition of the east

Winter is the season to experiment with food like exploring the delicacies of different regions. What about experiencing the sweetness of the eastern region? Toshali Mandal shares the recipes of two traditional desserts — malpua, which can

Magic potion for radiant skin

Honey, known as the ‘magic potion’, is more than just a part of our breakfast cereal or desert. It is used as an essential ingredient in beauty regime for external and internal health of the body. Honey is also present in various beauty

THE MISGUIDED STUDENTS?

Of  Streets & Classrooms     By Proloy Bagchi   It appears from what the newspapers say or what the media shows that the entire country has become secular in mindset and that all participating individuals in demonstrations and

EFLU a lesser known institution

Editor, At a time like this where competition is high, students are competing to get into the best colleges and universities. It reminds me of Charles Darwin’s theory, “Survival of the Fittest,” turned into a popular phrase by Herbert…

Request to the  Finance minister

                                                By Partha Pratim Mazumder “The simplest definition of a budget is "telling your money where to go.” Thus said Tsh Oxenreider in his book, “Organized Simplicity: The Clutter-Free Approach to…
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