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CLRI February 2021: Vol. 8, No. 1 brings to you a beautiful collection of RESEARCH PAPERS by Dr. Aloka Patel, Anamika Kamal, Ananya Bhardwaj, Dr. A. Savitri, Dr. Dalip Khetarpal, Hemanth Kumar, Dr. Katta Rajamouly, Krupa Shah, Leena Sharma, Liya Elsa Sabu, Dr. Rachna Davi, Dr. Ronny Noor, Sumitra Dahiya; STORIES by Debasish Banerjee, Sambit Patnaik, Swapnil Bhatnagar; POEMS by Dr. B.H.S. Thimmappa, Bupinder Singh Bali¸ Christine Wishnoff, Dhanesh Sebastian, Joanna George, Priyanka Sharma, Poulomi Saha, Raad Kareem Abd-Aun, Srijani Dutta, Subrata Sinha; BOOK REVIEWS on Eshwarmurthy G Pillai’s Hang on: A Second Wind (Dr. Anmol), Navtej Sarna’s The Exile: A Novel (Arshdeep Singh), Lawrence Dreiser’s Freedom from Fear (Dr. B.H.S. Thimmappa), Teresa Rehman's The Mothers of Manipur (Shubhangi Kansal).
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