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The book of many ‘Firsts’

Rajeshwar Singh 'Raju' Vijay Saraf Meenagi doesn't need any preface. He has already carved a niche as a painter not only at National scene but...

Stirring, bold and blunt

Pushp Saraf During my frequent personal trips to Jammu after 2000 I met Dr Kulvir Gupta through my father Mr Om Prakash Saraf with whom...

Political Science made easy

Name of Book : Western Political Thought Author : Dr Shaveta Sharma Publisher : Aadee Publishing House, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi This 189-page book is about...

Cherry Chapters

Prof A K Bhat Cherry and allied species fall under stone group of genus Prunus mostly grown in temperate regions of globe. In view of...

Vajpayee introduced to English readers

Adarsh Ajit In the first poem, Which Way Shall I Go, from the Selected Poems Atal Bihari Vajpayee is in utter conflict within. The poet...

A laugh riot

HAPPY PHIRR BHAG JAYEGI is the story of mistaken identity that takes place in the neighbouring country of China. Harpreet Kaur aka Happy #...

Bhadwal, the Dogri poet

Name of Book : Romal Singh Bhadwal in Dogri Author : Dr Archana Kesar Publisher : Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi. Year : 2018 The Sahitya Akademi has published...

Story of a soldier without uniform

Sunny Dua Calling Sehmat is the story of a young girl who had dreams of her own but what fate had in store for her...

Spotlight on Kishan Smailpuri

Name of the Book : Kishan Samailpuri: Rachna Sanchayan ( in Dogri) Author : Narsingh Dev Jamwal Publication by : Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi Pages : 248 Price...

The Shadow of the Chinar

Adarsh Ajit Gowhar's language of poetry is straight and simple. There is no signGowhar's language of poetry is straight and simple. There is no sGowhar's...

Life of an ideologue, tactician unraveled

Ashok Ogra Parmeshwar Narayan Haksar means little or nothing to the present generation. And yet, in the late 1960s and 1970s his was a name...

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