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Memories Unlimited

Author Name: SK Sanyal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

Recollections sometimes enable the inherent ability to bring out specific events stored in memory that normally remain buried at an advanced age. Arati’s memories of her childhood and adolescence were astonishingly detailed in nature, as if the decades’ old events, whether they were related to nature or structure or social scenario, were unfolding before her. Based on these memories, this is a real-life story about an immigrant from East Pakistan, whose life was ripped apart due to the Liberation War.

Her memories of the faith of the rural people on quacks held a lot of significance as she was able to draw out the differences between the rural and the urban mode of treatments. With herself being an urban dweller for a considerable period of time, she had the extensive and modern technology used in her treatment and thus wanted to highlight the rural–urban differentials.

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SK Sanyal

A member of the Indian Statistical Service, Mr SK Sanyal retired as Director, Central Statistical Organisation, Delhi, after having served as a statistician in Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, and as a Professor of Statistics, All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, Calcutta. After retirement, he served from time to time as a Consultant to National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), Delhi. As an UNDP consultant, he had short-term assignments at UN Statistical Office at New York; Malawi University, Malawi and Central Statistics Office, Sierra Leone. Also, as a Sampling Expert, he delivered lectures on sampling at Fiji and Nepal on behalf of Statistical Institute for Asia & Pacific, Tokyo and ESCAP, Bangkok. At NIPFP, he was deputed for poverty studies at Sikkim on behalf of the Asian Development Bank.

Besides numerous technical papers, articles and reports in Indian journals and international books, he has also published a novel Shifting Silhouettes. Mr S.K. Sanyal resides in New Delhi.

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