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What Happened Next...

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Introducing Gopali Chakraborti Ghosh's new column..."What Happened Next". The column which will bring you back for more!!

In Gopali's words "The short story is a form that is now enjoying a revival but has always been a part of mainstream literature. The stories in this column are not based on a particular event or person but on a conglomeration of both fact and fiction, to entertain, to bring a smile to your lips and most importantly perhaps, to make you wonder- "what happened next?

What Happened Next...

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"What Happened Next". The column which will bring you back for more!!
In Gopali's words "The short story is a form that is now enjoying a revival but has always been a part of mainstream literature. The stories in this column are not based on a particular event or person but on a conglomeration of both fact and fiction, to entertain, to bring a smile to your lips and most importantly perhaps, to make you wonder- "what happened next?

What Happened Next...

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"What Happened Next". The column which will bring you back for more!!
In Gopali's words "The short story is a form that is now enjoying a revival but has always been a part of mainstream literature. The stories in this column are not based on a particular event or person but on a conglomeration of both fact and fiction, to entertain, to bring a smile to your lips and most importantly perhaps, to make you wonder- "what happened next?

What Happened Next...

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Introducing Gopali Chakraborti Ghosh's new column..."What Happened Next". The column which will bring you back for more!!
In Gopali's words "The short story is a form that is now enjoying a revival but has always been a part of mainstream literature. The stories in this column are not based on a particular event or person but on a conglomeration of both fact and fiction, to entertain, to bring a smile to your lips and most importantly perhaps, to make you wonder- "what happened next?

The Homecoming...

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The short story is a form that is now enjoying a revival but has always been a part of mainstream literature. The stories in this column are not based on a particular event or person but on a conglomeration of both fact and fiction, to entertain, to bring a smile to your lips and most importantly perhaps, to make you wonder- "what happened next?

"Shudhh Shakahari Desi"- Episode 1

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"Shudhh Shakahari Desi" is all about you and me: my exposure and experiences with your culture, your food, your language, your music blended in a humor curry of my own hopeless attempts to become you and my struggle to evolve as the sole epitome of National Integration, as I grew up and cultivated my own self embracing all of my nation in over 15 states in India. Am hoping you will find some of yourself with a bit of me strewn in here....

 

 

 

 

Mango Legacy of Murshidabad

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Memoirs to Cherish

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Three college friends meet after more than two decades and they find there is hardly any change except that they have kids and husband. They meet at their favourite haunt and walking down the memory lane they find they have not forgotten anything.....friends, lecturers, college canteen, lawn, the stairs, reading room, childish pranks, funny jokes..... They talk about their mothers and in retrospect they feel they are much smarter and younger than their mothers at this age.

Uncertain Life!

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Romancing The Letters

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Letters, not long ago, use to change our worlds.

But things have changed a bit since emails, Facebook and Orkut.
Letters may have been romantic but Facebook is faster and tighter. You know who is doing what and how in real time. It takes seven seconds instead of seven days for a ‘Kodak Moment’ to reach you.

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