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Hare School Magazine Autumn Number 1928

1928

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He went round the classes and the office and seemed highly pleased with the general working of the school. [...] The passage corridor of the 1st floor was for some time used as such but the extension and rorganistion of the school library having taken up the place the students were left without a Common Room. [...] Mahmud said to his minister "What are those birds talking about ? Can you tell me what those two owls are discussing ? "Sire" said the minister "one of these owls is the father of a son and the other of a daughter and they are settling the terms of the marriage of their children. [...] A man gets many a chance to quiet the rioters to do justice to a worthy man to soften the malicious to pacify the angry and to correct the supersttious. [...] So Canari took the papers in his hand ; but before he set his eyes upon the lines written there his servant who was standing by and who chanced to read the first line of the verse politely begged of his master not to take the trouble of going through them as he could recount the whole thing from memory it being a passage borrowed from an ancient poet of obscure fame.

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Frontmatter i-ii Sailendra Chatterjee

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Editorial Notes 53-54 unknown

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Interesting Stories about Great Men 55-57 Jibon Sarbadhikary

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A Journey to Ranchi by Motor Car 57-59 Rashiduddin Ahmed

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Use of Time 59-61 Robis Kar

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Ambergris 61-62 Md. Ellias

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Kshirode Prosad 62-65 Satyaranjan Sen

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A Rival Humiliated 65-67 Birendranath Banerjee

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A Chanachurwallah 67-70 Birendra Banerjee

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It is Ye Who Commit Ravage 70-71 Prakritbhusan Dutt

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Paaper Prayoschitto 55-58 Sukumar Das

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Santi Pipasuk 59-62 Birendranath Bandyopadhyay

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“Campe Saat Din” 62-65 Dilipkumar Chandra

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Akritagyo 66-72 Nripendranath Chakraborty

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Osrujal 72-72 Fatik Dutta

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Khokar Sukh Dukkho 73-74 Ashok Basu

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Puran Chinnosmriti 74-77 Krishnagopal Chakraborty

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Jete Dao 78-78 Samiran Sen

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Bhool Bhanga 78-82 Dhanapati Saha

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“Jibon Path” 82-83 Pashupati Das

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“Bondhutwa” 83-86 Narendrakumar Chattopadhyay

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Aahuti 87-89 Dilipkumar Chandra

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Sati 89-91 Nirmalkumar Sarkar

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Backmatter i-i Sailendra Chatterjee

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education

Pages
73
SARF Document ID
sarf.120237

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