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CLRI August 2020: Vol. 7, No 3 brings to you a beautiful collection of RESEARCH PAPERS by AC Kharingpam, Dr A. Shobha Rani, C. Satish Reddya & G. M. Sundaravalli, Janitha Nishan Ekanayake, Junaid Shah Shabir, Mridula Sharma, Dr Rakhi Vyas, Soumya Mishra, Dr Tasleem Ahmad War, Dr Uttam B Sonkamble; INTERVIEW by Subhajit Bhadra (Dr. Suresh Chakravarty); STORIES by Debasish Banerjee, Madhu S. Nair, Dr K Rajamouly, Ripon Handique, Sudip Sen Gupta; POEMS by Dr Anita Evelyn S, Jen Walls Saint Paul, Dr Maria Miraglia, Dr O. P. Arora; Book Reviews of Deep Halder’s Blood Island: An Oral History of the Marichjhapi Massacre by Camellia Biswas, Dr. Venkatesh G’s Varshita - A Tribute to my Soulmate by Masooma Sakriwala, Agnes G Spier’s Women’s Experiences In The Holocaust In Their Own Words by Mehak Burza, Niharika Sah’s Closure by Shreya Mondal.
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