Stories By 'AJAPA SHARMA'
Individual demonstrations of ethical and moral stands become particularly powerful when the formal structures that are built to sustain our collective norms and values are subordinated to political interests.
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Sushil Koirala’s demise in February amidst the unfolding resolution of a regional crisis—the blockade—came as a reminder of the imminence of history or how the contemporary can so easily fold into the past.
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Mikhail Bakhtin, a Russian literary critic, in his work on the poetics of Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novels, tells us that the Russian author’s books
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My friend, a native of West Bengal’s Durgapur, recounted a popular Bengali rhyme that she heard as a child. It went like this:
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