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Hailing from the educational, commercial and cultural centre of Eastern India, Kolkata, Sunita Paul is an author, editor, publisher and humanitarian of international repute. She has authored 6 books and has edited more than 35 anthologies.

For her contributions towards literature, Sunita was awarded many times internationally and in the national front some of them being the prestigious Nazi Naman prize in the year 2017. She was also the recipient of the Literary Laureate Award for the year 2017 conferred by the World Nations Writer’s Organization, Kazakhstan. Recently she received the IndianAwaz Award in Kolkata.
In the field of humanity, Sunita Paul represents a number of organizations in India and abroad. She is also the National General Secretary of National Child & Woman Development Council (NCWDC) and National Human Rights & Anti-corruption Force (NHRACF) and the administrative persona in the World Institute Of Peace, Nigeria.

Sunita is also famed as an organiser of International Conferences Pan India. She is Founder of Aabs Publishing House, Kolkata and member of Atunis Board.

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Sunita Paul (India) – Founder of Aabs Publishing House

Lockdown Tunnel

Seems to have no exit But then life can never stop nor can we quit So we move on and on Till we find the hopeful rays of dawn The journey has some joys and thrills Some unnecessary jerks and frills Hidden mysteries and dark secrets The frustration needs an outlet The journey full of hunger and thirst Agonies which may anytime burst But still with only one thing that is called HOPE Which gives us strength to survive and cope It gives us aspiration to look for the light The entrance to the tunnel is now far, so hopes to meet the end is near our sight.

Dear June

Don’t know whether you will be a curse or a boon But come what may Hopes will make a way There will be light again Banishing all sorrows and pain In a year you are the centre of attraction Half gone and half in anticipation 2020 the first part was a waste Dear June, pray you make the second half best Let the planet smile and shine once more May love and peace be restored.

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She and The Beast


Seema was doing her homework but was not at all attentive at her studies. She was just looking at the clock and the thought of her private teacher Subhas Das’s arrival time is approaching made her terrified. It wasn’t for his strictness but for his perverted attitude was Seema petrified this much. It was a shame that she could not even relate to any one of her friends. A student of the sixth standard, Seema was a bright and beautiful girl. She was always in a happy and jovial mood. Being a single child, she enjoyed all the attention of her parents and was greatly pampered. Since she had no siblings, her mother was her true companion. She was Seema’s friend, philosopher, and guide. She used to discuss everything with her mom. But today she couldn’t go and open up her heart even to mummy. Subhas, a man in his mid thirties had been appointed to coach Seema at her place. He used to come every evening. He was a stern disciplinarian and a great taskmaster. He used to teach Seema very well and she was greatly improving in her studies. All was going so well until yesterday, an incident changed the present scenario.

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