Napoleon Bonaparte used to say ‘Impossible is a word to be found in the dictionary of fools.’ The English proverb says, “Where there is a will, there is a way.”There are people who have worked hard to prove that these sentences are true, and can be achieved. One such person is Deboshmita Nath, who despite being a patient of Cerebral Pulsy is carrying on with her passion for recitation. Her first audio album ‘Pranami’ will be released by Bhabna cassettes today at Kolkata Press Club in presence of eminent personalities like Pradip Ghosh, Sujit Basu, Jagannath Basu, Bratati Bandyopadhyay, Bijoylakshmi Barman, among others. Also Read – An income drop can harm brain The CD contains 14 poems written by Rabindranath. Bhabna cassette will release the CD by Deboshmita, who faced several ailments which was later detected as Cerebral Palsy. It is often found that those who suffer from this disease have poor coordination, stiff muscles or weak muscles and tremors. There may be problem with sensation, vision, hearing, swallowing and often speaking. But fighting all odds, her parents stood by her and gave her the constant encouragement to overcome the hindrances. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardWhile she was fighting from the disease, she received training in drawing and swimming. Though, attending school had become a major problem for her, she passed ICSE examination in 2017, and thereafter completed her higher secondary in 2019. At her home, her parents used to play songs for her all the time., which further resulted in her interest for recitation. Her first step was ‘LeechuChor’ by KaziNazrul Islam. Then, she got her initial training in recitation from Shampa Roy Chowdhuree.Followed by the workshop of BratatiBondopadhya and JaganathBasu. By releasing this album, Bhabna Cassettes attempts to encourage those children who are suffering from such diseases to not give up, and cross the hurdles of life with success and honour. Deboshmita stands out to be source of inspiration to all of them.
However KP had told a journalist recently that he had been questioned by India twice on the assassination, once in 2010 and against last year. Former LTTE chief arms procurer Kumarna Padmanthan alias KP is still on the red list of wanted persons by INTERPOL.KP is wanted by India over the assassination of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. The INTERPOL warrant says KP is wanted over crimes involving life and health, Terrorism and crimes involving the use of weapons and explosives.KP is currently involved in humanitarian work in the north. (Colombo Gazette) He told journalist D.B.S.Jeyaraj that officers from India’s Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) had questioned him in Sri Lanka over his alleged involvement in the Rajiv Gandhi killing.