Rajashri Dasgupta

Tales of broken lands

Armenia, Syria, Bengal – the locations may change, but the unfulfilled longing for a home that is lost remains the same.

Mar 07, 2016

Jul 20, 2005

The dowager’s last days

Economic liberalisation and smart new entrants have finally caught up with the manufactures of the Ambassador who had for decades successfully resisted advances in technology and management.

Jul 01, 2000

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