They should be told that the Single Lamps / Diyas which were burnt on 22 nd January in the memory of Staines and his children in remote corners of Orissa look more powerful and bright than thousands of those diyas which they had lit on the banks of Sharau.Read MoreThinking Graham Staines and his Children in times of Jubilation over Ram Temple
His journalism and documentaries were celebrated around the world, but to his family and friends he was simply the most amazing and loved Dad, Grandad and partner.Read MoreThe Great John Pilger Passes Away
Tajuddin Biswas was a son of the soil. He was a genius. He was a poet, storyteller, novelist, essayist, scholar, historian, and authority on land survey, deeds, records, maps, coins, etc. He was a human rights activist and a Naxalite.Read MoreTajuddin Biswas: A Pioneer of Rural History of Murshidabad
Rana believed that there could be no progress of socialist practice without the inclusion of Dalits, Adivasis, Muslims and other marginalized communities in the agenda.Read MoreWhy do I love Santosh Rana?
He was an expert in climate change, environment and development. He worked extensively in the inter-linkages between climate change mitigation, adaptation and sustainable development from the perspective of developing countries, particularly in the least developed countries (LDCs).Read MoreNoted climate expert Prof Saleemul Huq has passed away
Sofa wrote what he believed in. He disliked pretension, and his writing was devoid of exaggeration. His writings strongly voice the concerns of underprivileged people in our country. The writing was his passion. He led a very simple and ordinary life with little place for comfort and luxury.Read MoreAhmed Sofa: The Voice of the Deprived