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CLRI February 2020: Vol. 7, No 1. brings to you a beautiful collection of RESEARCH PAPERS by Aju Mukhopadhyay, Aniruddh Shastree, Anshu Rani, Dr Balkrishna Dada Waghmare, C. Satish Reddy and G. M. Sundaravalli, Dr K. Rajamouly, Dr Papiya Lahiri, Stuti Tiwari; STORIES by Kim Farleigh, Maheshwar N Sinha, Malvika Mishra, Dr O. P. Arora, Sarwar Morshed; POEMS by Chandra Kanta, Daniel de Culla, Paul Bamberger, Dr Prashanta C Panda, Ravi Teja Mandapaka, Ripon Handique, Dr Sreekanth Kopuri, Srinivas S; Book Reviews Dr Dalip Kehtarpal Reviews Vihang A. Naik’s Making A Poem, Neil Leadbeater Reviews Alessio Zanelli’s The Secret of Archery, Dr Prof Shiv Sethi Reviews Phidalia Toi's The Dusk—Marathon Race to Acche Din.
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