under Jyotirmoy Talukdar

Achyut Lahkar, pioneer of Assam’s legendary mobile theatre, lies penniless and forgotten in his old age

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19 Jun 2013 | BY Jyotirmoy Talukdar

How Pathsala became one of Assam’s major education hubs in the space of a decade

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28 Mar 2013 | BY Jyotirmoy Talukdar

Hiren Bhattacharyya, the Assamese poet who recently passed away, was a rare writer whose works are taught from high school to university

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16 Jul 2012 | BY Jyotirmoy Talukdar

Jahnavi Barua on geographic labelling as a pragmatic exercise, giving up her medical practice, and making it to prestigious literary prize shortlists

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8 Jun 2012 | BY Jyotirmoy Talukdar

Academic Jonathan Gil Harris is writing the history of the poor Europeans, as distinct from White Mughals, who settled here and became Indian

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26 May 2012 | BY Jyotirmoy Talukdar

Tabish Khair on why he doesn’t write for critics, his dislike of the term ‘postcolonial’, and how journalism helped him overcome his dread of deadlines

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16 Apr 2012 | BY Jyotirmoy Talukdar
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