(Click on photo to see larger size) Devotees are taking a holy dip at Braham Srover in Pushkar, Rajasthan on the occasion of Kartik Purnima on November 24, 2007.
24 Nov 2007, 0111 hrs IST,Avijit Ghosh,TNN NEW DELHI: Hounded by fundamentalists in Kolkata, forced to leave Jaipur and now someplace somewhere, Taslima Nasreen must be feeling like a vagabond or worse. But on the brighter side, the 45-year-old exiled Bangladeshi writer has found support from several Muslim activists and […]
Guru Nanak’s Birthday Nov.24, 2007 – Guru Nanak Jayanti T ime and again, humanity has encountered numerous catastrophes. Nevertheless, self-right eous have withstood worst situations. It is because of the unflinching devotion that one has in God and the faith in the positive way of life that the society thrives. […]
Thirteen years into exile, Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has not lost the fire Taslima has always stood her ground. When her country’s government confiscated her passport and asked her to quit writing or lose her job as a doctor in the Dacca Medical College and Hospital, she quit her job. […]
I was reluctant to leave the city. I was distressed. I believe that it is the most cultured and democratic city. I am going through a harrowing experience and this nightmare must end TASLIMA NASREEN Arindam Sarkar Kolkata “I CAN’T say where I am. But I have left my heart […]