Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar:Who should have been an Indian icon today

Ishwar Chandra was born to Thakurdas Bandyopadhyay and Bhagavati Devi at Birsingha village, in the Ghatal subdivision of Paschim Midnapore in West Bengal, India, on 26 September 1820.Thakurdas was employed in a shop in Burrabazar and had a meagre income of approximately eight rupees per month. The childhood days of Ishwar were hence spent in abject poverty. He joined . . . → Read More: Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar:Who should have been an Indian icon today

Miracle treatment of ‘HATATH BABA’: stopped by BANKURA branch of SRAI

From EKDIN-24.09.12(PAGE-5)

‘WITCH FAMILY ‘ get into normal life by Yuktibadi Samiti (SRAI-BANKURA Branch)

From EKDIN-24.09.12(Page-3)

Struggle for Freedom in Kashmir: A Historical Document

By Prabir Ghosh

Click here to download Struggle for Freedom in Kashmir – A Historical Document

19th anniversary of Humanists’ Association

Heartiest congratulations and warm wishes on the 19th anniversary of Humanists’ Association, Kolkata. Let us keep the fire of Humanism burning inside against all odds.

Anti-corruption cartoonist held for sedition

From The Times of India-10.09.12

We, members of  Humanists’ Association are with cartoonist Aseem Trivedi.