ARTIST‘S GALLERY In these columns we feature works of distinguished artists and lens persons. This week we are pleased to introduce Rathin Das. Rathin took to photography in 1975, but was always content confining them to his personal album. Proud to call himself Citizen Sane, he chose journalism as profession.
By R.K.Misra “Grief is a lonely and confusing experience, even in less troubled times. But in the current season, death has been turned inside out; the bodies are crowding together at makeshift morgues, and the bereaved are left isolated in a tomb of loss”, says Belinda Luscombe writing on ‘Grief During
Poet’s profile Sujit Mukherjee Sujit Mukherjee is an author, poet, photographer, culinary expert and an erudite scholar from India. He is M.tech in Chemical Engineering and MBA from XLRI (Jamshedpur ). He is also a well known business leader. He was awarded best poet of the year in India, twice
Viewpoint Truth Fears Nothing Except Being Hidden By Kaushal Kishore* Tibetan flag flashed on the horizon between the epidemic and lockdowns. At a time when the mankind is trying hard to unite beneath the Face-Mask-Flag, it reminds the people holding it for at least six long decades. The nations
Can Indian sub-continent improve its journo-murder record in 2020? By Nava Thakuria* As the pandemic year 2020 rolls on, Indian subcontinent sets to improve in its journo-murder index with only two casualties this year till date. First half of the year witnessed the murder of one scribe each in Pakistan
We Care Film Show 23 globalbihari.com proudly presents an inspiring film, The Wizard of Needles on India’s only blind acupuncturist to mark the 140th birth anniversary of Helen Adams Keller who was the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. Keller’s birthday was yesterday (June 27). The
Sunday Mindgames – P. Shivanand* Glossophobia, or a fear of public speaking, is a very common phobia and one that is believed to affect up to 75% of the population. Some individuals may feel a slight nervousness at the very thought of public speaking, while others experience full-on panic and fear.