About Me

Sujoy Dhar is Roving Group Editor and Founder of India Blooms News Service (IBNS), a 24x7 news portal cum wire service with its affiliates like Just Earth News, Not in Town and Trans World Features.

A USA Today writer from India, he was formerly with Thomson Reuters and The Washington Times. He is a visiting faculty in the University of Missouri among several other varsities in the USA. He is also an itchy-feet travel writer.

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Their husbands were killed by tigers

JHARKHALI, India — Shibani Mistry's husband went crab fishing for extra income four years ago — only to die from a regrettably familiar cause on this West Bengali island: a tiger attack.

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JHARKHALI, India — Shibani Mistry's husband went crab fishing for extra income four years ago — only to die from a regrettably familiar cause on this West Bengali island: a tiger attack.

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Wynwood/Miami: Where Walls Breathe Art

Wynwood/Miami: Where Walls Breathe Art

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