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29 Sept: Banned books webinar

What's it like to be an author of a banned or challenged book? How can librarians support authors who find themselves in this situation? To mark Banned Books Week , Vicky Baker, deputy editor of Index on Censorship magazine, will chair an online ... Index on Censorship, 3 days ago
Oxford University Press - Academic

Wounded religious sentiments and the law in India

We live in world suffused with offended religious sentiments: depictions of Muhammad in newspaper cartoons and hackneyed films spark violent global protests; courthouse officials in the US South refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses in defiance ...
 Oxford University Press - Academic1 week ago
DNA India

Stuart Blackburn's 'Into the Hidden Valley' bags the MM Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction 2016

Stuart Blackburn's Into the Hidden Valley which explores a little-known episode in the colonial history of British India, has won the MM Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction 2016. A Speaking Tiger title, the book is based on the little known ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago

Exotic Episode 38 The Oxford Comment

The word exotic can take on various different meaningsand connotations, depending on how it is used. It can serve as an adjective or a noun, to describe a commodity, a person, or even a human activity. No matter its usage, however, the underlying ...
 Oxford University Press - Academic3 weeks ago

Meeting of minds

The 22nd Delhi Book Fair is tempting young readers with a range of books on diverse subjects From biographies of perennial newsmakers to books on historical figures who refuse to vacate their space in literary discourse, everybody is vying for ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Tolerance is the foundation of the idea that is India

When it comes to freedom of expression, we need a climate change, says Sanal Edamaruku. From the Romesh Thapar episode of the early 1950s to the Salman Rushdie case of the late 1980s to the Wendy Doniger brouhaha of recent vintage, independent ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Mid Day

Is your favourite book obscene?

Prev By Dipanjan Sinha| Posted 2 hours As Urdu author Abdul Rahman Abbas decides to take on the obscenity law, here's looking at how censorship has ailed literature in India Last week, Urdu author, Abdul Rahman Abbas emerged victorious in ...
 Mid Day4 weeks ago

For women: How to burn rotis & fight patriarchy

Prerna Bakshi has been writing poetry for as far back as she can remember. It started off mostly as an exercise to escape from her own personal battles. As she grew older the line between the personal and the public began to diminish. By the time she was ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Reconsidering the Mahabharata

One of the signal achievements in Indology that Indian scholars can be proud of is the publication by the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune, of the Critical Edition (CE) of the Mahabharata (MB) and the Harivansha(HV) in 22 volumes, along ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Financial Express

Some foreign funded NGOs impact India both internally and externally: Rajiv Malhotra

Settled in America for the past four decades and observing the way Indian culture is presented in the academia of the West by Western scholars of theology triggered in him to present a counter view or rather the Indian perspective. On his latest ...
 Financial Express2 months ago
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