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Literary canary in India’s coalmine

Agence France-Presse She may have returned to publishing fiction after a two-decade hiatus, but writer Arundhati Roy says she has no plans to sheath her polemical sword anytime soon in a world where the vulnerable are still being “smashed.” Sitting in a ... The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago

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Naipaul, Rushdie vying for one-off Golden Booker Prize

Leading Indian-origin authors like VS Naipaul and Salman Rushdie are in the run for a one-off special Golden Man Booker Prize to mark the literary award's 50th anniversary this year. The new award, launched in London today, will involve five judges whittling down titles from the past five decades which will then be put forward for a public vote to come up with an overall winner.  The Indian-origin authors in the running include Naipaul for his 1971 winner 'In a Free State'; Rushdie for ...
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11.11, Eka, Maku: Slow fashion for a fast world

'What we do goes beyond fashion. With us, you are not buying a product, but a philosophy.' Avantika Bhuyan reports on the flag bearers of the fashion philosophy India desperately needs. Writer Arundhati Roy in an outfit by Eka, a slow fashion brand by Rina Singh.The Booker Prize winner was one of Eka's earliest customers.Photograph: @ekaco/Instagram.   As I speak with Shani Himanshu, founder of the fashion label 11.11/eleven eleven, he is heading to Mumbai international airport. For his ...
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Books You Must Read

Sunil Sethi recommends these books published last year. Photograph: Abhi Sharma/Flickr What do diplomats do when they retire? They tend to spend their days venting opinion on television or boring one another at think tanks. T C A Raghavan, former envoy to Islamabad, is the honourable exception. Last year he produced, possibly by fortuitous coincidence, two remarkable chronicles of history, immensely readable and as distinct as chalk and cheese.   Attendant Lords: Courtiers and Poets in ...
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Best Books of 2017: My Choice

MJ AKBAR, AUTHOR AND MINISTER OF STATE FOR EXTERNAL AFFAIRS The oldest advertisement for travel claims that it broadens the mind. The anonymous chap who thought this up was probably referring to culture, architecture and possibly a variety of victuals he ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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Airtel acquires strategic stake in Juggernaut Books

New Delhi: Bharti Airtel, one of Indias largest telecommunications service providers, announced on Monday that it has acquired a strategic stake in Juggernaut Books, a popular digital platform to discover and read high quality, affordable books and to submit ...
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