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The Global Route

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Day before yesterday, I came to New York from Delhi. Surprisingly, I feel more at home in New York than in Delhi although it...

A Serving of the real Siam

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It is definitely the sign of the times we live in that when anyone declares that they are off on a vacation to Thailand-...

Bangladesh: Do not legitimize Paedophilia

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There is no room for argument, that the child marriage epidemic in Bangladesh is a concern for a leader as ambitious as Seikh Hasina,...

End the culture of impunity

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A victory day free from the physical presence of any known war criminal was probably the central theme of this years victory day celebration,...

Music makers of my City

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Everyone living in this city has a similar memory I believe- a humid summer afternoon, languor hanging heavy in the air, suddenly disrupted by the...

Do not play with our kids future

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As school education makes a comeback on the public debate agenda for all the wrong reasons, and none but the Islamic fundamentalists have come...

Nabanita Dev Sen: The Feisty Feminist, Humorist of Post-Colonial Bengali Literature

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By Lopa Banerjee Bengali literature of the post-independence era has most certainly come a long way where women authors have shaped the world in their...

Language across Time

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Calcutta Walks thrives upon ongoing conversations with all cultures, and seeks to enrich the experience of being human, by facilitating meaningful exchanges. Language may...

Celebrating the SUCCESS stories of 15 young Bengali women

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Bong women are (stereotypically) known for their intelligence, luscious beauty, deep eyes and their sheer gall and gutsiness.  We at BONGFeed felt that the everyday Bong...

Langadu- a national shame for Bangladesh

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Peace is still a far cry in the hill tracts The gruesome images of the indigenous people of Langadu upazila, Rangamati fleeing home, carrying whatever...

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‘Bengali Muslim’ As An Oxymoron: Crisis And Conflict Of Identities

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  Legendary Bengali novelist Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay sets the context in this regard when he remarks in one of his famous literary works,‘Srikanta’, “The Bengali...

From Ekushey to Muktijuddho: The Myth of Bengali Nationalism

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  In 1964, the entire East Pakistan was rocked by violence against the minority Bengali Hindu community. Anti Bengal Hindu riot broke out across the...

Is Bengal Heading Towards A Genocide?

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India, it is said, lives in her villages. But she can be understood through the slogans that rents her skies and the way her...