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Haunting Voices: Stories heard and Unheard -12 Punadi Story by P.Sathavathi

Haunting Voices: Heard and Unheard  Punadi Story by P.Sathavathi -Syamala Kallury Grandma– “We have already discussed this writer Ravi. But then when I came across this story, I thought this Continue Reading

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Hero of My heart (2nd Annual Issue Competition Story)

Hero of My heart (2nd Annual Issue Competition Story) -Vadapalli Poorna Kameswari As I joined my job in Government service, I was privileged to meet this humble girl from a Continue Reading

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Devayya Sir Silence (Telugu original story “Gudem cheppina kathalu-7” by Anuradha Nadella)

Devayya Sir – Silence English Translation: Srinivas Banda Telugu original: Nadella Anuradha My teaching classes were running fine. Quite unusually, attendance has started increasing. Children began to bring their friends Continue Reading

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Mother (2nd Annual Issue Competition Poem)

Mother (2nd Annual Issue Competition Poem) -Sasi Inguva When I spot you waiting for me in the same place, Under the Banyan tree with an angelic face, As I rush Continue Reading

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Faces (2nd Annual Issue Competition Poem)

Faces (2nd Annual Issue Competition Poem) -Suchithra Pillai I saw a face today Just a normal face I don’t know who he was  Neither did he knew me But still Continue Reading

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A Poem A Month -16 Solitude or Loneliness? (Telugu Original “Ekantamo Ontaritanamo” by Manasa Chamarti)

Solitude or Loneliness? -English Translation: Nauduri Murthy -Telugu Original: “Ekantamo Ontaritanamo” by Manasa Chamarti Even amidst a large gathering This loneliness hurts me deep; Even as I go in search Continue Reading

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Story for Kids – The future of tomorrow (Telugu original “Repati tharam scientist ” written by P.S.M. Lakshmi)

The future of tomorrow English Translation: Deepti Manepalli Telugu original: “Repati tharam scientist” by P.S.M. Lakshmi We all know how intelligent this current generation of kids is. They have a Continue Reading

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Kishan’s Mom (2nd Annual Issue Competetion Story)

Kishan’s Mom (2nd Annual Issue Competetion Story) -Meera subrahmanyam Even before our car came to a halt in front of Quail Run elementary school , Aravind took off the seat Continue Reading

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Silicon Loya Sakshiga-11 ( “Open House-1” Story) (Telugu Original “Open House-1” by Dr K.Geeta)

OPEN HOUSE -1 -Telugu Original by Dr K.Geeta -English Translation by V.Vijaya Kumar “Jessica wants me with her in searching open houses this Saturday evening” I said. “Uhm..m” Surya nodded. Continue Reading

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War a hearts ravage-7 (Long Poem)(Telugu Original “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi, English Translation by P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao

War a hearts ravage-7 English Translation: P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao Telugu Original : “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi As we watched when did it become globe-gobbling Continue Reading

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Blouse (2nd Annual Issue Competition Poem)

Blouse (2nd Annual Issue Competition Poem) -Adarsh Myneni A marriage scene in the family  House glowing bright with relatives  The bride sad with her heart crying heavily  She was twelve , with dolls Continue Reading

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Telugu Women writers-3

Telugu Women writers-3 -Nidadvolu Malathi Kanuparti Varalakshmamma (1896-1978), erudite writer, gave a compelling account of the social conditions during this period in her article entitled, “Dharmapatni Rajyalakshmamma”: “After her husband Continue Reading

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Telugu Women writers-2

Telugu Women writers-2 1950-1975, Andhra Pradesh, India (An Analytical Study of Historical, Familial and Social Conditions that contributed to women writers’ phenomenal success immediately after declaration of Independence.) -Nidadvolu Malathi Continue Reading

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Telugu Women writers-1

Telugu Women writers-1 1950-1975, Andhra Pradesh, India (An Analytical Study of Historical, Familial and Social Conditions that contributed to women writers’ phenomenal success immediately after declaration of Independence.) -Nidadvolu Malathi Continue Reading

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