By Gautam Bhadra
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SubimalRoy was apaternaluncleof Satyajit Ray. Ashoka Gupta,fn thepath ofservice: Memoriesofa ChangingSociety(Kolkata: Sttee, 2005), 3 1. 29. l(Calcutta:Anandahblisherq 1982), 102-105,141. 30. /1974), 42-43. 31. Kanippayyr Sankaran Nambutirippad, Enle Smaranakal [My Reminiscences], VoL 2 (Kunnamkulam: Panchangam Pushtaka Sala, 1963, rpt. 1999). 1 am grateful to UdayaKumar for drawing attention to this reference in Malayalam and translating therelevant passage. 32. 11992). 272-274. The situation should refer to the mid-1 930s asit was the time when the Tea Cess Committee was tryinghard to selltea packets inruralBengal.
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