Harvard historian, Netaji grandnephew pitches for education in Indiatags: historians, India, Harvard University, historians in politics
Attired in cotton kurtas and churidars, the standard attire of Indian politicos, the Trinamool Congress candidate presents a picture of unassuming ease in both urban and rural Bengal as he sets about attending workers' meetings in the Jadavpur constituency. His mother Krishna, an eminent writer and educationist, is a three time parliamentarian from the constituency.
"I will continue to write and read books...I have come from the world of education to try and make a contribution in the field of parliamentary politics," Bose told IANS in an interview here at his leafy Sarat Bose Road residence in south Kolkata....
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