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Sankarshan Thakur
Delhi-based Roving Editor of The Telegraph. Itinerant reporter-writer
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Sankarshan Thakur 3h
बहोत रोना है आगे। आज ख़ामोश रहते हैं।। मायूसी पहन चुकी है पायल। आज ख़ामोश रहते हैं।।
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🙏🏻 for reading.
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Maria Popova 8h
“To be a good human being is to have a kind of openness to the world, an ability to trust uncertain things beyond your own control.” Philosopher Martha Nussbaum on how to live with our human fragility:
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Day 6: Posting covers of my favourite books in no particular order. At the invitation of
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Swachchhasila Basu Sep 17
Spice of life: Masalas don’t just lend flavour, they also come with health benefits, writes Paromita Sen in
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 17
Day 5: Posting covers of my favourite books, in no particular order. At the invitation of
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 17
I look into the mirror to see myself; The mirror fractures at the sight of me and the shards rip into my face. And the shredded face in the mirror mocks me: Is this who you are?
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 17
Neither I. nor you, I would presume, was born in 1869.
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 17
This nation of ours revers one man as Father; his name is Mahatma Gandhi.
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Ayesha Ray Sep 16
Well, well. In more outrageous news. This morning I was the recipient of a vicious, bigoted attack because of my first name. While the perpetrator is happily active here, twitter decided to silence me for 12 hours for defending myself. Let that sink in. I’m furious. 1/
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 17
Speaks only of the squalid place his thinking floats in.
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Sudhir Mishra Sep 17
Yeh huee na baat!! It is NOT charity but his right . The fact is that he has made money for people besides contributing to their work .
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 17
Not the first time he has covered himself in the inglory of his vandal tongue. An illustration of everything that is uncivil and unrefined and downright unacceptable.
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Mirchi Sayema Sep 16
“गांधी के ‘हे राम’ से लोग डरते नहीं थे” इसे एक बार नहीं तब तक सुनें जब तक ज़मीर के हर कोने में ये बस न जाए। काश भारत इस भविष्य का रुख़ ले ले। आमीन
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 16
Day 4: Posting@covers of my favourite books, in no particular order, at the invitation of
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 16
Replying to @AbulHayat10
Jai Hind.
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Sadanand Dhume Sep 15
Saran: Modi's Kashmir gambit has resurrected the India-Pakistan hyphenation that India hoped it had left behind.
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 16
Tough to pick one over another; struck me as a work of oppressive restraint of plot and characters, and the score was relentlessly haunting. It still whirrs in my head.
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 16
Those who are applauding, or those that remain indifferent, scare me even more.
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Sankarshan Thakur Sep 16
, to me one of the most memorable background scores
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