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A Fresh Start – 2018

I couldn’t believe 2017 already seems like a distant dream which taught many things and left behind footprints of long-lasting memories leaving no stone unturned. 2018 has begun with the much usual fanfare and exuberant celebrations. I would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year. The days are waiting to whiz past us, the way Steve Smith scores century in Test matches. Time … Continue reading A Fresh Start – 2018

The Temple Tigers and More Man-Eaters of Kumaon by Jim Corbett – Book Review

This book is  a continuation of Man Eaters of Kumaon and describes vividly about the adventures of Corbett’s hunting exploits in the breathtaking Himalayan region. He tracks down man eaters and bears in the Dabidhura, Muktesar, Panar and Tanekpur regions and the narration is no less than the previous book which has some riveting experiences of his journey. As usual the cover the design of the … Continue reading The Temple Tigers and More Man-Eaters of Kumaon by Jim Corbett – Book Review

Bengal Write Ahead Best 50 Stories from the Facebook Contest (English) by Kolkata Bloggers – Book Review

A sense of amusement fills you , when you were invaded by happiness and joy. That happened when a post arrived with the book “Bengal Write Ahead”. To write a short note about how this was made into the final form is very interesting. Bengal Write ahead is a contest organized by Facebook , in partnership with Rupa publications , RED FM and Kolkata Bloggers. … Continue reading Bengal Write Ahead Best 50 Stories from the Facebook Contest (English) by Kolkata Bloggers – Book Review

Opinion to catch up on lost growth

Children are the world for their parents and they take of their children with utmost care. A child is everything for parents and nothing in this world can replace them. These days parents want their children to get the best nutrients which may even cost a thousand. People today are so cautious about their children’s health. Even out of these many positives, there are children … Continue reading Opinion to catch up on lost growth