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Priyadarshi Dutta

How orators pioneered women’s rights, Indian freedom movement

Though Roy’s early death prevented him from pursuing the medium, Dwarkanath revelled in it in several public meetings.

03 Nov 2019 2:13 AM

Did the Congress give Sikhs the short shrift?

The loyalist image of Sikhs, the author informs, first received a rude shock with the launching of the canal colony agitation.

01 Nov 2019 8:09 AM

A dense pre-Partition history of NWFP that fails to hold attention

The region was retained as a part of undivided Punjab in 1849, when the British vanquished the Sikh power.

06 Oct 2019 4:59 AM

Thriller as a parable of PM Modi’s India

The book, as the title suggests, is based in the national capital.

22 Sep 2019 2:49 AM

Germany seeks end to live chick shredding

In a basement of Dresden University, German scientists are busy refining a technique that could save millions of fluffy chicks from being shredded to death moments after they hatch.

02 May 2016 3:24 AM