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Streams of consciousness in a foreign land
DNA India

Odyssey and Ulysses are Way Better Than Harry Potter

CHENNAI: It all started with a painting. Amit Chaudhuri's latest novel Odysseus Abroad, that is. I had just bought a charcoal sketch by F N Souza, the author from Kolkata recalls ahead of his book's launch in the city recently. And it so happened ... New Indian Express, 6 days ago
I am drawn to the quirky… The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Streams of consciousness in a foreign land DNA India, 1 month ago
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Play of memories

| Shrabasti Mallik Author Amit Chaudhuri loves indulging in ideas which are truly out of the box. While he was here to talk about his book Odysseus Abroad, he shared how he discovered Calcutta through the works of Virginia Woolf and Katherine ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Author Amit Chaudhari explores urban spaces in new novel  Press Trust of India2 months ago Author Attempts to Explore Urban Spaces in New Novel  Outlook2 months ago
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RPI dumps Sena, BJP woos all 4 smaller allies

BJP president Amit Shah with RPI president Ramdas Athawale during a meeting at BJP office in Mumbai on Saturday. ( Source: PTI ) The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) finally managed to isolate the Shiv Sena on Saturday by getting on board all four ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

A tryst with literary activism

Calcutta's Book Fair has long been reduced to an event that addresses gastronomic, instead of literary, concerns. Consequently, the city has for some time now been lacking a platform that could bring together writers, publishers, editors, academics ...
 Calcutta Telegraph11 hours ago
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Pakistan's Bilal Tanweer wins Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize

Lahore-based author Bilal Tanweer has won the 2014 Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize for his novel The Scatter Here Is Too Great. In its seventh year, the prize money has been increased to Rs 2 lakh with support from Priti Paul and the Apeejay Trust. This year’s judges were authors Amit Chaudhuri, Aatish Taseer and Mridula Koshy (2009 winner of the Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize). On behalf of the judges, Taseer said: “The Scatter Here Is Too Great is that rarest of rare things: a ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Pakistan author Bilal Tanweer wins 2014 Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize  Economic Times23 hours ago Pak Author Wins 2014 Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize  Outlook India1 day ago Bilal Tanweer Wins Shakti Bhatt Prize  New Indian Express1 day ago
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Times of India

Lahore author wins pan-Asian book award

The Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize for authors from across South Asia was this year won by Lahore-based author Bilal Tanweer for his novel The Scatter Here Is Too Great. Tanweer will receive Rs 2 lakh as prize money and a trophy at the award ceremony ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 day ago
Outlook India

May You Draw Courage From The Old Man

A compendium of book blurbs jumping into bed with a medical dictionary, a book about books meant for the medicine cabinet, a treatise on the power of the novel, a bibliotherapist's vade mecum, a bibliophile's treasure chest. Whichever way you look ...
 Outlook India4 days ago

Former Congress councillor joins BJP in Kaliyaganj

Statesman News Service Raiganj, 18 November Former Congress councilor of Ward No 7 of Kaliyaganj municipality in North Dinajpur district, Amit Debgupta, joined the BJP today. The president of the North Dinajpur BJP committee, Subhra Roy ...
 The Statesman1 week ago

Joyce, Homer in '80s London

Ananda's Rangamama is preoccupied with what seems to be the trivial, more specifically, the digestive process, his own, from end to end. He can endlessly discuss what he has for breakfast: coffee with a bit of cream and 11 spoons of sugar, and a ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Telemachus In Belsize Park

Review Readers who have been praying fervently for an antidote to Chetan Bhagat novels will have ample reason to believe in the existence of God Manjul Bajaj Search: Readers who have been praying ...
 Outlook India1 week ago
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