Ashutosh Kumar Thakur

is Bangalore based Management Consultant, Literary Critic and Co-director with Kalinga Literary Festival

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A Book About Loss: The loss Of Power, Hope And Love

Author Anees Salim writes with assured fluency and considerable imagination. It's like listening to Indian classical music when you read his work. He is a writer's writer, and writers adore his novels. His new book,...

New book offers blueprint for systems change in a deeply divided world 

As the world battles to shake off Covid-19, it appears increasingly stuck; inequality has widened, climate breakdown is accelerating, and many are suggesting that we may have missed the opportunities presented by the pandemic to build a more just and inclusive system. But a new book out...

Khwabnama relies on the shared experience of people to tell its own

Khwabnama by Akhtaruzzaman Elias, translated by Arunava Sinha is a beautiful mosaic of magical realism, lyrical poetry and prose that captures the politics of majoritarianism that wreaks havoc on the lives of the common men and...

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India at 72, Do We Give It all Up? Or Rise Like The Phoenix Again?

Happy Independence Day India, India stands at 72 a little shaken, a little stirred, yet a warrior still perhaps we are the only generation...

CPM candidate contesting against Mamata Banerjee’s nephew threatened and assaulted

Kolkata: As the battle of 2019 election heats up, the worse fear of political parties are coming true. The Diamond Harbour parliamentary constituency, where...

The day Jawaharlal Nehru died

During my Varanasi days a class mate, Bajrang Dev Dwivedi, had some work in Allahabad and he asked me to accompany him. We took...