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Books by Malala, Woolf to inspire women of Haryana village
July 13, 2014
In a step towards their empowerment, women of Bibipur village in Haryana will soon be reading Hindi
of book ...
Delhi’s speaking the language of love
February 25, 2014
Whether it’s new series of old-world poetry sessions,
, or the many fresh Sufi performances in mus ...
3 translations in USD 50000 DSC Prize longlist
October 21, 2013
of works by Anand, Benyamin and Sachin Kundalkar are among the 15 writers on the longlist for the USD 50,00 ...
Delhi to host Indian Languages Festival
October 16, 2013
Conversations over oral literature, media and
, poetry performances, folk art, stand-up comedy, theatre and ...
Lost in translation? Not quite
January 28, 2013
Some three years ago, rumour had it that Lionel Messi is an ardent fan of British rock band Oasis. Kaushik Chatt ...
Young Poets Society
June 23, 2012
Young poets are coming together across urban India to rediscover, reinvent and reimagine the language of metaphors in un ...
Afghan theatre group to stage Shakespeare's 'Comedy of Errors'
May 22, 2012
An Afghan theatre company, which escaped a Taliban attack in Kabul last August because of a last-minute change in schedu ...
I'm inspired by Pushkin: Vikram Seth
March 19, 2012
Vikram Seth's new anthology of poetry, The Rivered Earth, processes lores from ancient Indian language texts in a contem ...
With Tagore biography, OUP marks 100 years in India
February 24, 2012
Publishing giant Oxford University Press (OUP), said to be the largest academia press in the world, will mark 100 years ...
Banned books hot property in censored Vietnam
January 26, 2012
From irreverent cartoons to "depraved" short stories, Vietnam's pop culture is attracting the attention of print censors ...
Against the ingrained
January 19, 2012
The art of the provocative literary essay is alive. Manohar Shetty writes.
DSC Prize for S.Asian Literature to be announced at the Jaipur fest
January 19, 2012
The DSC Prize for South Asian Literature which celebrates the richness and diversity of South Asian writing will award i ...
Jan 16: Day in pics
January 16, 2012
Foreign minister SM Krishna, adjusts his headset for
during Pongal festival celebrations at the President's ...
Legendary Faiz's poems in illustrated English book by daughter
January 5, 2012
Legendary Pakistani poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz's daughter Salima Hashmi has attempted to reflect the mood of her late father's ...
What did the authors read in 2011?
December 28, 2011
The year 2011 saw a lot on the writing front but prominent writers like Aravind Adiga, Tabish Khair and Manu Joseph were ...
Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 Day 2 Live: 3 golds for India so far
Glasgow dreams: Of runaway boys and a wish come true
Movie review: Kick is no typical Salman Khan film, it's much more
Sania breaks down, asks why she has to 'assert Indianness'
'Told my son the plane won't crash': Mother who lost two children in MH17
'Most probable' cause of Air Algerie Flight AH5017 crash is weather: French minister
Plane crashes while landing in Taiwan, 48 killed
European parliament member accuses PM Narendra Modi of 'racism'
Sachin reacts to Sharapova's comment, says it wasn't 'disrespectful'
Anger, apology over Shiv Sena MPs' Ramzan bullying
BCCI fumes as Jadeja is docked 50% match fee for Trent Bridge spat; Anderson hearing Aug 1
'No survivors' in Air Algerie crash; first images emerge
IAF chopper crashes in Sitapur in Uttar Pradesh, seven killed
CWG 2014: Abhinav Bindra bags gold for India in his parting shot
Govt says it won't allow injustice to UPSC aspirants
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