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An Invalid Character Certificate

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Spread the love           A loose comments by a senior officer about the character of the author, in the presence of her husband – they are officers in the Assam state services – was humiliating for both of them. Hemashri bares the working of a government department, the insensitivity of some of its officers, lack of respect […]


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Why is Arun Jaitley Wrong on Petrol Tax?

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Spread the love            The Narendra Modi government’s oil policy has been so convoluted that it punishes the consumers when international crude oil prices move both ways. When prices go up, the dynamic pricing ensures that the increase is passed on to the consumers. But dynamic pricing ceases to apply the moment crude prices start coming […]


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Translation and the Readers Response Theory – II

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Spread the love           Basudeb dwells into the complexities of translation and readers response theory, in the second and final part of his erudite research, exclusively for Different Truths. Translator’ construction of the text which he translates may not be identical to the text of the Source Language Text (SLT) author. It is his understanding of the […]


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The Iron Lady of France

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Spread the love           The Eiffel Tower is the backbone of Paris.  It is a permanent feature of the Paris skyline. The Eiffel Tower on the Champ de Mars was completed on March 31, 1889. It was the tallest man-made structure for 41 years until the completion of the Chrysler Building in New York, in 1930. Dr. Paramita […]


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A Friendship Soured

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Spread the love            Hemashri recounts a painful, real-life experience, in a fictional voice, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Syamoli still wonders whether colleagues could ever be friends! She simply wishes this was true. Friendship with women seems to be a mismatch or maybe it is nature’s curse! Reeta was her dearest colleague. […]


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Foolhardiness: Government Tries to Pull the Wool over the Eyes of People

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Spread the love           The problem with high retail prices is due to the fact that the government treats petrol and diesel as cash cows to make money. The retail price of petrol carries a tax component of more than half the price of the crude oil and this does not come down when the crude prices […]


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Hair Grafting: An Answer to Balding

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Spread the love6          6Shares Thinning of hair and balding takes a toll on the self-confidence of a person. Our Fashion and Beauty expert, Shameena, tells us about hair grafting, in detail. Here’s her in-depth research, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Like good health and youth, most of us take our locks for granted […]


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The Abode of Peace: A Nest Formed in the Universe

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Spread the love            Badly in need of funds for his ashram, Tagore sought donations from abroad notably England and was dismayed to encounter the cool British snub. This was a fallout of his strong denouncements against the British imperialistic attitudes as well as his relinquishment of the knighthood. Yet the poet in him keenly empathised […]


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Aesthetics, Politics, Pedagogy and Tagore

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Spread the love            Tagore rested on his desire for a far-off planet, listened to the invitation of a dream and did not allow the spaceship to rust. His journeys and envisagements, however, repeatedly narrated a new order without losing their connection with the world outside. Tagore’s projects – primarily his ashram school, the university and […]


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Red Oleanders: An Evaluation of Translational Strategies of Tagore

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Spread the love39          39Shares Tagore’s visit to Europe and America is one of the stimuli that leads him to write Rakta Karabi and then to translate that into Red Oleanders for pinpointing the crises of western civilisation to the western reading public. Tagore does not accept the values of the industry-based society of the west. Of course, he is not […]


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