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Urdu poet Munwwar Rana passes away, lives on in verse

Born on November 26, 1952, he left a mark on Indian literature and his work, “Shahdaba”, earned him the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award in 2014 but he returned it due to political reasons.

Munawwar Rana suffered infection in the lungs and throat in 2017 and was also receiving treatment regularly due to kidney problems for which he had to undergo dialysis. (FILE PHOTO)
Updated on Jan 15, 2024 07:46 AM IST
By, Lucknow

Sangam city’s Neelum Saran Gour bags Sahitya Akademi award 2023

Well known English writer from Sangam city and a former professor in the English department of Allahabad University (AU) Neelum Saran Gour has won the prestigious Sahitya Akademi award-2023 for her novel ‘Requiem in Raga Janki’.

Neelum Saran Gour (File photo)
Published on Dec 21, 2023 10:11 PM IST
By, Prayagraj

A farewell note to Jayanta Mahapatra

The poet’s death has left Indian poets both sobered by grief at his passing and rejoicing in his long life, prolific writing, and encouragement of younger poets

An early photograph of poet Jayanta Mahapatra (Ketaki Foundation Trust)
Updated on Aug 28, 2023 05:44 PM IST
BySuhit Bombaywala

Review: Magadh by Shrikant Verma, translated by Rahul Soni

Winner of the Sahitya Akademi award in 1987, Shrikant Verma’s Magadh, which has been translated into English by Rahul Soni, is a fine example of Nayi Kavita, whose practitioners believed poetry was political and a way to respond to systemic inequalities

A view of the ruins of Nalanda in the ancient kingdom of Magadha, now Bihar. (Parwaz Khan /HT PHOTO)
Updated on Aug 04, 2023 10:22 PM IST
ByKinshuk Gupta

Roundabout: I will meet you yet again!

Punjab's Amrita Pritam, the first woman writer across all Indian languages to win the Sahitya Akademi Award, is celebrated in a new book titled "Amrita Pritam: The Writer Provocateur." The book, edited by Hina Nandrajog and the late Prem Kumari Srivastava, explores her influential writings and the challenges she faced as a woman in a patriarchal society. It includes select poems, fiction excerpts, and articles by scholars, offering fresh insights into her work. The book also features a conversation with actor Deepti Naval, who played Pritam in a play called "Ek Mulaqat."

A painting of Amrita Pritam and the silhouette of painter Imroz in the background: An image from the film ‘Imroz’ by Harjit Singh (HT Photo)
Updated on Jul 30, 2023 03:13 PM IST
ByNirupama Dutt
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