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ARTICLE: BIG THINGS HAVE SMALL BEGINNINGS–Kamlesh Tripathi

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This article is about the citizens of Darrang District in the remote corners of Assam that started ‘Darrang College’ in 1945 under the able leadership of three freedom fighters in the British Raj. The article tells you how difficult it was to start a college then along with independence movement. It’ll remind you of some iconic movies like Manthan and Lagan in the manner how people fought adversity to start a project. In the end the project became of swansong of the district

By Kamlesh Tripathi

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