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TEACHER OF HISTORY
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RISHI RAJNARAIN BORAL HIGH SCHOOL
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Cities, Development, Education, Finance, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Innovation, Labor, Migration, Poverty, Science, Security, Youth
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Although I am a high school teacher in history,reading is a part of my life.
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Think Beyond-an anthology of short stories

Posted on November 15, 2015 at 1:21am 0 Comments

An Extract from Short Story Collectives “Think Beyond”

The Author Madhumitha Murali is an MBA Finance with a growing passion towards writing. The short Story collectives include Novelettes and short stories that are a voice to the youth of today.

The first story is a short story, “A Peep into the Poetic Murder- Friend and Not a Friend- Recapping the Good…

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CARNIVAL OF LIFE OF BENGAL

Posted on October 18, 2015 at 11:04am 0 Comments

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