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CLRI May 2020: Vol. 7, No 2. brings to you a beautiful collection of RESEARCH PAPERS by Abhinav Bhardwaj, Armeen Kaur Ahuja, Dr Rajesh Verma & Tshewang Lhamo, Sonali Ganguly, Lipika Das & Dr Tanutrushna Panigrahi, Spandita Das, Prof. Sulok B. Raghuwanshi, Dr Vipin K Singh, Mohammad Zahidul Islam; STORIES by Anubhav Chakraborty, Max Johansson-Pugh, Zia Marshall; POEMS by Akhila Pingali, Dr Alka Singh, Karuna Kumari Gumparti, Dr Rajamouly Katta, Dr Ram Kulesh Thakur, Dr R P Singh; BOOK REVIEWS by Dr Dilip Khetarpal (Phidalia Toi’s The Dusk) Shubhangi Kansal (C R Mohan’s Modi’s World).
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