Imtiaz Akhtar is a left leaning Political Analyst of Khurpi. An avid reader, currently he is pursuing MA in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University. He has earlier finished his law degree from Aligarh Muslim University.
The Adivasi Will Not Dance (stories), Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, pp.189, Rs. 399, Speaking Tiger Publishing Pvt. Ltd, 2015. According to the Anthropological Survey of India, there are about ...On January 30, 2016 / By Imtiaz Akhtar
A for Anarchism B for Bakunin and C for Chomsky: A Book Review of ‘On Anarchism: Noam Chomsky’, pp.168, Rs. 250, Penguin Edition, 2014. A month or two ...On January 22, 2015 / By Imtiaz Akhtar
Of Occupation and Resistance: Edited by Fahad Shah, Westland and Tranquebar Press, 2013, pp. 262, Rs. 395. [A Belated Review] We helped create a movement and we discovered ...On December 10, 2014 / By Imtiaz Akhtar
“To write in the first person is like taking your clothes off in public.” -Pedro Juan Gutierrez, Tropical Animal (a novel). I won’t make that ridiculous claim that ...On July 14, 2014 / By Imtiaz Akhtar
Garcia Marquez: The Man and his Works by Gene H. Bell-Villada, pp. 247, 1990, The University of North Carolina Press. Gabriel Garcia Marquez (6 March 1927 – 17 ...On May 12, 2014 / By Imtiaz Akhtar
Professor Samantak Das, is a well-known academic and he teaches Comparative Literature at Jadavpur University. He has been one of the prominent voices both on and off the ...On April 12, 2014 / By Imtiaz Akhtar
“Free trade: cause of stagnation of business.” Gustave Flaubert in A Dictionary of Platitudes. Poor countries have had near unbeaten record success of being ruled by corrupt and ...On March 4, 2014 / By Imtiaz Akhtar