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Batman: Found in translation
I don’t know how you regard bats in Bengal. But in Telugu culture they are considered inauspicious, negative creatures.” That was Chinnaiah Jangam, associate professor at Canada’s Ca...
By Upala Sen
Glimpses of Poila Baisakh, Bar puja at East Bengal club, Good Friday...
By My Kolkata Web Desk
DU: Gag on diverse voices and writers
Dalit writers Bama and Sukirtharani have described as “partisan” the removal of their writings from Delhi University’s syllabus, contending that the varsity wants to deny “the ...
By Basant Kumar Mohanty in New Delhi
Academy to promote Dalit literature
Mamata Banerjee on Monday announced a Dalit Sahitya Academy to publish collected works of Scheduled Caste writers and set up libraries for Dalit literature in Bengal. “We are setting up a Dalit...
By Pranesh Sarkar in Calcutta
Skimming the surface of Dalit literature
The collection of essays on Dalit literature edited by S. Chelliah and Bijender Singh is an interesting read, but does not offer any new insight into the subject. The work, comprising 26 essays, intro...
By Madhura Damle
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