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94185966 Dipak Ghosh s Book on Mamata

94185966 Dipak Ghosh s Book on Mamata

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Published by: Sudipta Karmakar on Jul 25, 2012
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Written and published with documentaryevidence so that the people can know, judge and decide who rules them how.
This booklet has been written, computer-printed and published byDipak Kumar Ghosh, 128A, Kanungo Park, Garia, Kolkata – 700084,Tel. No. (033) 243-4712, Mobile No. (1) 94770 01638 and (2) 98070 69700.
MAMATA BANERJEE AS IHAVE KNOWN HER
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THE GODDESS THAT FAILED
 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The writer Dipak Kumar Ghosh is grateful for all the encouragement andassistance received from many including the following and he thanks them all.1.
 
Professor Sunanda Sanyal.2.
 
Shri Himangshu Halder.3.
 
Shri Dilip Chakraborty.4.
 
Shri Amitava Majumdar.5.
 
Shri Balai Chakraborty.6.
 
Shri Nirbed Roy.7.
 
The friend who helped me in my enquiries into the cases of :(a) Shri D. Bandyopadhyay and(b) ‘Sonar Tori’ hotel at Puri.8. All newspapers, magazines and T.V. Channels whose reports,comments and photographs have been used without their formal permission.Some others have discouraged also. They water the ground for the plant of Fascism and Dictatorship, which survive and grow rapidly and then, they alsobecome victims. __________________ Kolkata 18.05.2012. (Dipak Kumar Ghosh)

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Explore Zoom British India, better known as Panchaser Manwantar (the Great Famine of 1350 B.S.) − dozens of paintings of Jainul Abedin of famished people beggingfor rice-water on the streets of Kolkata, heaps of people who died of hungeretc. subjects bring tears to the eyes. The S.D.O. Ashok Mitra appointed my father as the ARCP-***-S.C., F&S. The entire sub-division was very muchdeficient in r

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