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Kalachuvadu 236

Kalachuvadu 236

  • Kalachuvadu 236
  • Price : 40.00
  • S.R. Sundaram
  • Language - Tamil
  • Published monthly
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·  2019 August issue of Kalachuvadu focuses on the New Education Policy  draft introduced by Govt.of India. Former bureaucrat and writer P A Krishnan and researcher D Sundarraj have analysed the draft document critically. The special section on Higher education carries two insightful articles by Prof. S Paulraj and Dr. Sargunam Stephen. K Thirunavukkarasu and M Appadurai , respectively writer and parliamentarian, put forth arguments about the 10 % economic reservation.

Uncompiled stories of two great writers make this issue a commemorative one. Tamil story by T Janakiraman and Spanish story of Gabriel Garcia Marquez translated to Tamil.

 

Perumal Murugan writes on U V Swaminatha Iyer' editing/publishing of classical literature and Stalin Rajangam on the first Dalit publishing house in Tamil. New gen writer Karthik Balasubramaniam contributes a poignant short fiction while Geetha Sukumaran and Sivasankar S J have contributed poems.

 

2019 August issue of Kalachuvadu focuses on the live discussion of New Education Policy  draft introduced by Govt.of India. Former bureaucrat and writer P A Krishnan and Researcher D Sundarraj write on the subject. The special section on Higher education carries two insightful articles by Prof. S Paulraj and Dr. Sargunam Stephen. K Thirunavukkarasu and M Appadurai , respectively writer and parliamentarian, put forth arguments about the 10 % reservation on the basis of economics by the new BJP Govt.
Uncompilled stories of two great wrtiers make this issue a commemorative one. Tamil story by T Janakiraman and Spanish story translated to Tamil thru English are they.
Perumalmurugan writes his findings in U V Swaminatha Ayyar' editing and publishing of classical literature and Stalin Rajangam on the first Dalit publishing house. New gen writer Karthik Balasubramaniam contributes a poignant short fiction where as Geetha Sukumaran and Sivasankar S J poems.