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16, Sep 2017, by : Shilu Das

Poet Shilu Das is a homemaker, settled in Bhubaneswar. She has several stints of teaching English in schools and colleges in Bhubaneswar, Borada and Delhi. Her Poem: Solitary Walk Read News

11, Jul 2017, by : FnF Desk

Jailed Chinese dissident and Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo has been diagnosed with late-stage liver cancer and granted medical parole, his lawyer told."When a prison clinic is unable to deal with an inmate's medical condition, the authorities can approve outside treatment in accordance with law," said Liu's lawyer, Mo Shaoping, Monday. Read News

21, May 2017, by : Priti Prakash

What do NRI's generally invest in when it comes to home turf? Real Estate, gold, stock markets, healthcare, hospitality! Don't be surprised, investing in Bollywood is a lucrative option for the diaspora who desire to keep their roots thriving for posterity, want to remain connected with its people and culture, have the money and time and anyways are looking for the right spot to hit to jackpot. Read News

22, Apr 2017, by : Mayank Chhaya

In the midst of heightened posturing by North Korea over a potential thermonuclear war Saturday April 21 is the 113th birth anniversary of Julius Robert Oppenheimer, a father of the first atomic bomb in 1945.Read News

23, Mar 2017, by : FnF Desk

An authorised biography of Amarinder Singh claims that even though Sonia Gandhi was open to bringing Singh back at the helm in Punjab, Rahul Gandhi was dead against taking away the baton from Pratap Singh Bajwa.Read News

25, Feb 2017, by : Satya Narayan Sahu

Our classical wisdom enshrined in a Sanskrit shloka teaches us that without literature and music the life of human beings would be equivalent to the life of animals. Therefore literature takes us to a higher plane of civility and consciousness. Read News

12, Feb 2017, by : Vikas Datta

Valentine's Day is coming and as love blooms or advances for many young in age or heart, consider its course in difficult situations. Truth is the first casualty in wars, but so is romance. Read News

07, Feb 2017, by : Saket Suman

Almost 13 years after his elimination, the senior police officer who spearheaded the Tamil Nadu Special Task Force (STF) that planned and executed bandit Veerappan's killing during Operation Cocoon, has said that the dreaded outlaw had a strange "sixth sense".Read News

14, Jan 2017, by : Somrita Ghosh

Author Naseera Sharma, named last month for a Sahitya Akademi Award, laments that communal riots are continuing despite the partition of the country in 1947, saying her writings aim to disperse the differences between Hindus and Muslims. Read News

08, Jan 2017, by : Vikas Datta

Among the shortcomings of our education system is that literature, especially poetry, is mostly presented to impressionable minds as an exam subject, that too in a dry, formulaic rote with any attempt at personal interpretation unwelcome. Read News

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