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2007c. Crises of Maithili Literatteurs. Muse India, 12, March-April.

2007d. Translation of Dhumketu’s ‘The Chathi Parmesri’ [from Maithili]. Muse India, 12, March-April.

2007e. Translation of Rajmohan Jha’s ‘Dinner’. [from Maithili] Muse India
, 12, March-April.

2007f. Translation of Ramanand Renu’s ‘The Thorn’. [from Maithili] Muse India
, 12, March-April.

2007g. Translation of Nachiketa’s ‘Priyamvadaa’. [from Maithili] Muse India
, 12, March-April.

2007h. Translation of Poems by Aravind Thakur, Chandranath Mishra ‘Amar’, Kedar Kanan, Nachiketa, Rajkamal Choudhary, Yatri. [from Maithili] Muse India
, 12, March-April.

2007i. Bhaarat kaa nayaa bhaaSaa-sarvekSaN. GaveSaNaa 87: 124-45. (in Hindi)

2008a. Vilaap aor utsav ke vesh me anuvaad. GaveSanaa, 88: Agra: Kendriya Hindi Sansthan.

2008b. Deshakaala 14: [July-September issue; Special focus – Bengali Post-modern poetry] (in Kannada)

2009a. Rough notes. In Imtiaz Hasnain & Sreesh Chandra Choudhury, eds. Problematizing Language Studies: Ramakant Festschrift. Delhi:

2009b. Status of lesser-known languages of India. In Anju Saxena & lars Borin, eds. Lesser-Known Languages in South Asia : Status and Policies, Case Studies and Applications of Information Technology. Mouton de Gruyter.

2009c. The Sense of Danger: An Overview of Endangered Languages of India. In Kamalini Sengupta, eds. Endangered Languages of India. 39-56. New Delhi: INTACH.


2010a. Bhasha-Carcay Madhyabitter Natun Ketan Jaapan-citra, 88: Kolkata: Calcutta Book Fair special number, February. 211-20.

2010b. Lekha-karma. Bangladesher hriday hate: ChayanaT [Feb 21 Special issue, ed by Sanjida Khatun]; Dhaka (in Bengali)

2010c. Bhasha-samrakshan o bhasha-parikalpana [Post-Edit]. Paribartan, 22nd Feb no: Kolkata.

2010d. Shaili-Shikhar-Sandhane. Baiyer Desh, Oct-Dec issue; 76-80.

2010e. Epilogue. In Leslie Farrell & Ram Giri (eds). English Language Education in South Asia: From Policy to Pedagogy. Cambridge University Press.

2011a. Review of Paresh Majumdar & Abhijit Majumdar. In Boiyer Desh, ABP, Kolkata.

2011b. ‘Bhumika’ in Top of Form

Bottom of Form

Prabandha Sangraha: Kamalkumar Majumdar. Kolkata: Charchapada.

2011c. Crisis of Civilization as the Poet Saw. In Kumkum Bhattacharya et al, eds. Tagore Commemoration Volume, Kolkata: Granthan Vibhaga, Visva-Bharati.

2011d. Man at The Centre Of Universe- Tagore’s Ideas On Complete Education. India Perspec-tives, 24.1. MEA, New Delhi.

2011e. Bhashar Madhye Bhashatita. In Amiya Chakraborty & Sudhir Chakraborty eds. Tagore Memorial Volume. Kolkata: Institute of Development Studies, University of Calcutta.


2011f. আত্মভোলা বসন্তের উন্মেষ চিত্রিতা’ E-published in www.parabas.com in July, 2011

2011g. ‘Timira abagunthane’ a tribute to Tagore on 22nd Shravana number of Pratidin

2011h. ‘Rabindranath Tagore: Ideas on Art’, Kala Bhavana, Visva-Bharati Exhibition of Tagore Paintings Brochure, pp 9-13, released by the President of India on 29th November 2011.

2011i. ‘Tagore as Painter: Discovering New Limits of Language’ In R.Sivakumar ed. Rabindra Chitravali: Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore, pp xvi-xvii published by Pratikshan and Visva-Bharati.

2012a. ‘Epilogue’. In English Language Education in South Asia: From Politics to Pedagogy. Eds with Lesley Farrell & Ram Ashish Giri. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, Foundation Books Series. 258-72.

2012b. ‘U-Topos & Tagore: Inaugural Talk’ in Top of Form


  1. Bottom of Form

  2. Konrad Meisig, ed. Utopias from Asia: An International and Inter-disciplinary Symposium in Santiniketan on the occasion of the 150th Birthdy Anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore (An Asian Impact Activity In Memorium of Momoyo Okura). Weisbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. Xvii-xxvi.

2012c. ‘The post-colonial and the post-modern, Or the rise of Bilingual writers and writings in India’, In Shivaram Padikkal & Tarique Khan, eds. Vaagartha: Festschrift for Padmakar Dadegaonkar; Centre for Applied Linguistics & Translation Studies, University of Hyderabad. 118-139.


2013a. Tagore redrawing the Boundaries: In other words, Crossing the limits of language. In Sanjukta Dasgupta & Chinmoy Guha, eds. Tagore: At Home in the World, New Delhi: Sage. 3-12.

2013b. ‘Mukhabandha,’ In Somdatta Mandal & Soma Mukhopadhyay eds. Bharatiya Ingreji Kabita, Kolkata: Abhijan Publishers. 11-13.

2013c. ‘Bhasha nay, bhabi beshi jaruri’. In Rabibaroyari, Kolkata: Ei Samay, Times of India publication; 116.

2013d. ‘Crisis of civilization as the Poet saw’ In Muchkund Dubey, Imtiaz Ahmed & Veena Sikri eds. Contemporarising Tagore and the World. Dhaka: The University Press Limited [Papers presented at the Dhaka Seminar held in April-May, 2011].

2013e. ‘Tagore redrawing the boundaries.’ In B.R.Ananthan & M.G. Hegde, eds. Rethinking Tagore. Belagavi: Prasaranga, Rani Channamma University. 9-20.

2013f. ‘Letters from Flora Hogman Archive.’ Rabindra Viksha 53: 21-35. (7th Pausa, 1419b).

2013g. ‘Translation, Transcreation and Tagore’. In Nilanjana Bhattacharya et al, eds. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Rabindranath Tagore and Translation (Keynote address); February 10-12, 2012; DRS Seminar, Department of English & Other Modern European Languages, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan

2013h. ‘Many Rabindranaths: Tagore for All Seasons’. In Maroona Murmu et al, eds. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Many Rabindranath Across Time and Space (Keynote address). Organized by the Department of History, Jadavpur University, Kolkata; March 2011.


2013i.Kulturgebiet on the lines of Sprachbund: দিবে আর নিবে, মিলাবে মিলিবে.’ In Swami Sarvabhutananda et al, eds. Proceedings of the Plenary Talk given at the International Seminar on Cultural Unity of India; Feb 16-19, 2013; Kolkata: Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture.

2013j. ‘Biography as language: A Form, an expression, a mirage or a camouflage?’ Lead Article in E-zine: MuseIndia, 49, May-June; www.museindia.com/featurecontent.asp?issid=49&id=4168

2013k. ‘Another India: Voices from the Periphery’. In Atul Thakur, ed. India Since 1947: Looking Back at a Modern Nation. New Delhi: Niyogi Books. 159-70.

2014a. ‘America in the psyche of Bangla authors: Opening up of the Space by Tagore’. Comparative American Studies, 12.1–2: 33-49, June 2014. Leeds, UK: Maney Publishing. [Based on Plenary lecture, The International Forum for US Studies Conference on ‘The Presence of “America” in India: Where and How does “America” Appear and What are the Effects?’. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA; 5-7 April, 2012. 2012].

2014b. ‘Translating Reality.’ Samik Bandyopadhyay, ed. Ek Sutrer Sandhaney / A Common Concern; American Ashramik Sangha; Kolkata: Thema.

2014c. Education and What It Does to Us. The Visva-Bharati Quarterly, 23.1: 31-38.

2014d. রেখা কথা বলে: কাল্পাগাথার ডিসনি Rekha kotha bale: Kalpagathar Disney’ in Disney-r Magic Duniya, ed. By Ladly Mukhopadhyay, [Published on the margins of the 4th International Children’s Film fEstival, 2014 at Kolkata] Kolkata: Shishu-Kishor Academy, Government of West Bengal, Pp 25-28.


2014e. দ্বাদশ শতকের নারীবাদী কবিতা 'Dwadash shataker naribadi kabita’. Alap-parba, Sharadiya 1421 bangabda, Vol3, NO 1, pp 145-8

2015a. The linguistic landscape of Bangla as Swamiji was engaged in constructing. In Swami Vivekananda’s Ideas and Our Times: A Retrospect on His 150th Birth Anniversar , edited by Sandipan Sen, Swarup Roy, Brahmachari Subrata, Jatishankar Chattopadhyay & Swami Shastrajnananda. Belur Math: Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira. 289-308.

2015b. नया शतक नयी दिशा – भारतीय भाषाओँ के शिक्षण की समस्याएं और संभावनाएं In Bhasha Prakaryon ke adhunatan sandarbh aur Hindi, edited by Sreesh Jaiswal. New Delhi: Hindi Book Centre. [Based on Keynote Address; Lope de Rueda Auditorium, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Valladolid & MEA, Govt of India, Spain; 14-16 March 2012].

2015c. শরণে, শ্রমণে, বচনে ‘Sharane, sramane, Bachane’. Forward in Nabaneeta Dev Sen, Shatek Bachan, Kolkata: Karigar. 7-15.

2015d. বেল পাকলে Bel pakle. Tagbag, Utsab Issue, 1422 bangabda, 13-15.

2015e. বিদ্যারণ্য ও পথের সন্ধান Bidyaranya o pather sandhan. Kathak, Vol 8.2; Bishesh Utsab sankhya, pp 8-9.

2015f. ব্যস্ত-সমস্ত রাত্তিরের জোড়া প্যাঁচা Byasta-samasta rattirer jora pyancha’ in Comedy-r Sera Juti: Laurel ar Hardy, ed. By Ladly Mukhopadhyay, [Published on the margins of the 5th International Children’s Film Festival, 2014 at Kolkata] Kolkata: Shishu-Kishor Academy, Government of West Bengal, Pp 19-24.


2015g. ‘Foreword’ in Tagore and Me: English Translation of Selected Poems of Rabindranath Tagore, by Debidas Ray. Gurgaon: Partridge Books, a Penguin-Random House Co. Pp xv-xvii.

2015h. Mysteries and Miseries of the Indian Poetic Tradition. Artland, Vol. XXIV, No. 7-9 [July-September]

2015i ‘Bangla Pramita Uccharan: Dui Banglar Sahajog’; Alap-parba, 4.1: 100-107. Also published in IMLI Smaranika, Dhaka, 61-75.

2016a. রিচার্ড হগার্টের ‘সাক্ষরতার সদুপযোগ’ (১৯৫৭) ও সংস্কৃতি-শাস্ত্রের গোড়ার কথা. (‘Richard Hoggart-er ‘saksharatar sadupayog’ or ‘Uses of Literacy’ (197) o Sanskriti-shastrer gorar kotha’) ) In Parikatha, May ‘Boi-Pora’ Issue.

2016b. Indian Litterateurs at Crossroads. In India Now and Transitions, edited by Atul Thakur. New Delhi: Niyogi Books.

2016c. ‘Antar o Bahirer Bishwakhani’; ‘অন্তর ও বাহিরের বিশ্বখানি’. সুপ্রভাত Suprabhat Daily (Chittagong, Bangladesh).

2016d. ‘Matribhasha.’ Ebang Mushayera, 22.3-4: 11-20.

2016e. (With Oindrilla Maity Surai). ‘Defining the Unpopular.’ Visva-Bharati Quarterly.

2016f. ‘Translating and Writing as Othering.’ In Neeta Gupta, ed. Translating Bharat, Yatra Books, New Delhi.

2017a. ‘Tagore’s Views on Dharma-Artha-Kaarya: The Concept of activating Socio-Economic Reforms for a Just Living,’ In an anthology, edited by Sebak Jana. New Delhi.


2017b. ‘Tagore’s Idea of Art’. In Indra Nath Choudhury & Reba Som eds. Tagore Vision of the Contemporary World: Tagore and Russia.’ New Delhi: Har Anand (Sponsored by the ICCR, New Delhi).

2017c. ‘Manifesto of the Unwritten World: The Curse of Dialects.’ In Anvita Abbi, ed. Unwritten Languages of India. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. 106-116.

2017d. ‘View from Below: Utopia and Change’. (Jointly with Rajarshi Singh) In Atul Thakur, ed. India Now and In Transition. New Delhi: Niyogi Books. 409-22.


Recent Seminar Presentations (2011-14)


  1. ‘Tagore – the Multifaceted Author’; Shantibhai Desai Memorial Lecture 2011 at Kuvempu University, Shimoga in April 2011.

  2. ‘Tagore as a Painter’ Lecture at the Seminar on the Occasion of Gurudeva 150 Festival, Rangayana, Government of Karnataka, Mysore; April 2011.

  3. ‘Crisis of Civilization as the Poet Saw’; Main Lecture at the Joint Indo-Bangladesh Tagore 150 Celebrations; Dhaka; 6th May, 2011.

  4. ‘Tagore as a Painter and Poet.’ Plenary talk, Bangla Academy, Dhaka; 7th May, 2011
  5. ‘In Peace We Come: Santiniketan for Smithsonian’ Plenary Talk 1; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, Indian Embassy & ICCR; 28th May 2011.


  6. ‘Tagore for All Seasons’ Plenary Talk 2; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, Indian Embassy & ICCR; 29th May 2011.

  7. Visual Demonstration on ‘Tagore as  painter’ and ‘Belles letters of Tagore’ at the Department of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh on 2nd June, 2011

  8. ‘Influence of Vaishnava Poets on Rabindranath Tagore’; Public lecture at Sri Venkateshwara Temple, Pittsburgh, USA; 3rd June, 2011.

  9. ‘Tagore as a Cultural Icon’. Seminar on Tagore’s Vision for Asia: Human Solidarity Beyond Nationalism; ICCR, Embassy of India, Thailand & Chulalongkorn University; 16-17 June, 2011.

  10. বিচিত্রার শব্দ-রূপ: দর্শন থেকে বচনের পৃথিবীতে’ (‘Bichitrar Shabda-rup: Darshan theke Bachaner Prithibite’); Annual Lecture, Paschimbanga Bangla Academy, Kolkata; 21st August, 2011.

  11. ‘Tagore for Our Times’. Public lecture at the Uniting Church Hall, Melbourne; 8th September 2011.

  12. ‘Tagore as an Educationist’. Workshop at the Institute of Post-Colonial Studies, Melbourne; 9th September 2011.
  13. ছবি থেকে কবিতায় উত্তরণ’ (‘Chabi theke Kabitay Uttaran’) & ‘কবি নারী ও ভাষা’ (‘Kabi, Nari o Bhasha’) Public lectures at the Bangla Sahitya Sansad, Town Hall, Melbourne; 10th September, 2011.


  14. ‘Tagore’s Ideas on Fine Arts’. Lecture given at the International Conference Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Tagore; Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow & the ICCR; September, 28-29, 2011

  15. ‘Cultural Interface & Tagore: India Speaks, India Writes’. Plenary talk at the International Conference on Indian History and Culture: Images of the Past and Present; P.G.Demidov Yaroslavi State University; September 30, 2011; Yaroslavi, Russia

  16. ‘Tagore’s Dream World as Reflected in his Songs and Images’. Inaugural Lecture, International and Interdisciplinary Symposium on ‘Utopias from Asia’ organized in memoriam Momoyo Okura; Institute of Indology of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, in collaboration with Asiaticum: Society for the Promotion of Studies East and West, the Visva-Bharati University, and the SSVAD (Santiniketan Society of Visual Art and Design); Santiniketan; 16-17 November 2011.

  17. ‘Bhasha Tumi Kar? Je Chahe Tahar’; Plenary lecture, World Bengali Convention 2012, Senate Hall (Osmania Memorial Auditorium), Dhaka University, Dhaka; 19-21 Feb 2012.

  18. ‘Translating Reality: Tagore-Einstein Debate’. Plenary talk at the International Seminar on the Nature of Reality: The Perennial Debate, Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IIAS), Shimla; March 1-3, 2012
  19. ‘Dictionaries under the National Translation Mission: Now and the Future’. Talk at the India International Centre, Delhi; Longman and CIIL; 10th March 2012.


  20. The Post-Colonial and Post-Modern; Or, the Rise of Bilingual Writers and Writing in India. Lecture at the Department of English, University of Valladolid, Spain; 13th March 2012

  21. In Peace We Come – Rabindranath Tagore. Public lecture at Casa Dela India, Spain; 13th March 2012.

  22. नया शतक नयी दिशा – भारतीय भाषाओँ के शिक्षण की समस्याएं और संभावनाएं; European Hindi Conference; Keynote Address; Lope de Rueda Auditorium, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Valladolid & MEA, Govt of India, Spain; 14-16 March 2012.

  23. America in the psyche of Bangla authors: Opening up of the Space by Tagore’. Plenary lecture, The International Forum for US Studies Conference on ‘The Presence of “America” in India: Where and How does “America” Appear and What are the Effects?’. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA; 5-7 April, 2012. 2012. Had-Anhad; Lecture and Readings, Samanvay Indian Languages Festival with special focus on Boli, Bani, Bhasha; India Habitat Centre, New Delhi; November 2-4.

  24. 2012. Panel Lecture on Relevance of Tagore today. Centenary Celebrations of Award of Nobel Prize of Rabindranath Tagore, organized by Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, and Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi, in India, and Peking University and Shenzhen University in China; Santiniketan; November 19.

  25. 2012. Keynote address: Importance of Inter-exchange between languages in Literature. Melbandhan Festival – Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi and Bengali; Banga Sahitya Sammelan, Mumbai, November 25.
  26. 2013. Kulturgebiet: India as a Cultural Area. International Seminar on Cultural Unity of India, Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Kolkata January 16-19.


  27. 2013. Presidential Remarks, CLAI Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Jan 17.

  28. 2013. ‘Language of Literature’; ‘Hindi-English Bhai-Bhai’ and ‘Maithili’. Jaipur Literary Festival, Jaipur; January 24-28.

  29. 2013. Comments on The Rabindranath Lecture, 2012-13 by  Dr. Tapan Raychaudhuri, Padma Bhushan, organized by the Happenings, Satyajit Ray Auditorium, ICCR, Kolkata; 5th February.

  30. 2013. ‘Crisis of literature’. Presidential remarks, Prabodh Sahitya Sanman Conferment Ceremony; Sahrsa, Feb 18.

  31. 2013. Presidential Remarks on Curriculum and Its Objectives. National Seminar on Tagore’s Patha Bhavana: Experiments in Education; Patha Bhavana, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan; February 21-23.

  32. 2013. Metaphors and Roadmaps: Some Stray Thoughts on Translation Studies. Silver jubilee Lecture, CALTS, University of Hyderabad; March 7.

  33. 2013. Keynote address: Challenges of Language and Literary Development. National Seminar on One Language, Many Scripts. Sahitya Akademi, Goa; March 9-10.

  34. 2013. Semiotics of Belles Lettres & Tagore’. International Seminar on Tagore: The Man of Letters, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan. March 14-15.

  35. 2013. ‘Boli Khari Bazar me’ & Readings. Patna Literary Festival; March 24-25.

  36. 2013. Keynote address: Cultural Unity of India and Dr Rajendra Prasad. Rajendra Prasad Memorial Lecture on the occasion of Golden Jubilee Celebration of Rajendra Chhatra Bhawan; Vidya Mandir Auditorium, Kolkata; March 31.
  37. 2013. Keynote address: ‘Language of Power: Power of Language’. International seminar on Language and Power: Perspectives, Issues and Impact; Special Center for Sanskrit Studies, J.N.U. in collaboration with University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA and Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore; April 6-7.


  38. 2013. ‘Chithipatrer semiotics o Rabindranath.’ Special lecture on the Bangla New Year eve; Rabindra Teertha, Kolkata; April 14 [with a documentary on ‘Belles lettres of Tagore’ produced under self].

  39. 2013. Keynote address: ‘Language of Power: Power of Language’. International seminar on Language and Power: Perspectives, Issues and Impact; Special Center for Sanskrit Studies, J.N.U. in collaboration with University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA and Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore; April 6-7.

  40. 2013. ‘Culture-Nature Dichotomy and Double Articulation: Surviving the Information Age.’ International Academic Conference on from Tagore to Mo Yan: The Universality of One Hundred Years of Oriental Culture; Tongzi University, Shanghai, China; June 1-3, 2013.

  41. Debate on Maitreyi Devi, Mircea Elliad and Tagore at the Europalia Festival 2013 (Indiamania) between Udaya Narayana Singh and Sorin Alexandrescu, mediated by Patrick Pasture, The Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe, Belgium; 25th November 2013.

  42. ‘Tagore and Innovative Education’; Masterclass lecture at the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium; 26th Nov 2013.

  43. Tagore at Meritxell; Talk on Tagore with Performance by Kaberi Chatterji at the sanctuary of Meritxell, Andorra; Nov 28, 2013.
  44. ‘Education and What It Does to Us!’ Plenary lecture at the National Seminar on 'Treasure of Tranquility: Philosophical Legacy of Indian Education', Vinaya Bhavana, Visva-Bharati on 3-4 February, 2014.


  45. 'The linguistic landscape of Bangla as Swamiji was engaged in constructing' Plenary lecture given at the National Seminar on ‘Swami Vivekananda’s Ideas and Our Times: A Retrospect on His 150th Birth Anniversary’, at Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Belur Math, Howrah, West Bengal; 21-22 Feb 2014.

  46. 2014. ‘Suniti Kumar In Search of a Metaphor: On Policy, Perspectives and Pluralism’. Special Lecture at the Seminar on Suniti Kumar Chatterjee, Department of Linguistics, University of Calcutta; March 6, 2014.

  47. Special Lecture at the Seminar on “Multilingualism and the Literary Culture of India,” Centre for Comparative Literature, UoH, & Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi at the School of Humanities’ Auditorium, University of Hyderabad; 27-29 March 2014.

  48. ‘Beyond Language, Towards Silence: A Reading of Tagore’. First Tagore Memorial Lecture, IIEST, Shibpur, Howrah, West Bengal; 12th August, 2015.

  49. ‘Translating the World: Approached, Strategies and Innovations – Asian Metaphors’, Plenary lecture, Viswa Konkani Sahitya Samaroha: Focus on "Creativity and Transcreativity“; Mangalore, Nov 6, 2015.

  50. ‘Rajasthani aur Bharat-vani: Bhasha, Bhumi aur Bhavishya’, L.P.Tessitory Memorial Lecture, Rajasthani Pracharini Sabha and The Asiatic Society, Kolkata; 16th January, 2016.
  51. Reading of Bangla translation of Maithili Poetry at the Literary Forum on “Indian poetry in translation”, organized by Sahitya Akademi in collaboration with Publishers and Booksellers Guild at the SBI Auditorium, Milan Mela Prangan, Kolkata Book Fair, 28 January 2016 (3.15 pm to 4.15 pm). 


  52. April 10-14, 2017. Plenary Talk – ‘Translating the World: An Asian Perspective. 1st International Congress on Translation – CMT. Paris: university of Paris at Nanterre. Workshop on the State of Play for Translation Studies in the World: India, Coordinators: Prof Annie Montaut & Francois-Xavier Durandy from INALCO, Paris.

  53. April 20, 2017. ‘Treasure of Tranquility: What Education can do for us?’ 26th Gopinath Mohanty Memorial Lecture, Odisha Sahitya Academy, Bhubaneswar.

  54. April 23, 2017. Future of Indian Linguistics. Lecture at the Narayani Sahitya Academy Seminar on Substantiating, Blending and Augmenting Linguistics – On Contemporary Issues in Indian Linguistics and Languages; Hindi Bhavan, 23.4.2017.

  55. Currently discussing with ADCC Infocad Ltd, Nagpur (a large GIS company) for a collaborative project in Natural Language Processing (NLP)

  56. Also drafting an RFP with Athena Infomics, Chennai for a possible project in the area of Social Development vis-à-vis Indian Languages

  57. Chaired the Industry On-Board Meeting of the NBGP, or the Neo-Brahmi Generation Panel of the ICANN (California) – the Internet Governing Authority in Eros International, Nehru Place, New Delhi on 8th March 2017.

  58. Chaired the PRSG on Shallow Parser in 19 Indian Languages (Electronics Niketan, New Delhi); Department of Electronics, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, Government of India.


Exhibition Curated

  1. ‘Towards the Universal Human, Viśva-Mānava Rabindranath Tagore (1851-1941)’. Talk and Exhibition at the Rutgers University, New Jersey in collaboration with Mrittika & CAB, USA; 13-14th May 2011.



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