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Record crowds at Zee Jaipur Literature Festival this year
DNA India

Record crowds at Zee Jaipur Literature Festival this year

2015 saw an estimated 245,000 people visiting the literatuire festival in the Pink City, a significant jump over the 220,000 footfalls notched last year 2015 saw an estimated 245,000 people visiting the literatuire festival in the Pink City, a ... DNA India, 9 hours ago
A celebration of words, viewpoints and epiphanies Hindu Business Line, 18 hours ago
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Has commercialisation of books killed good writing? Jaipur Literature Festival debates

JAIPUR: Is commercialisation of publishing industry reducing scope for good literature? Has the zeal for money taken over the real spirit of writing in authors? Litterateurs debated such thought provoking questions at the ongoing Jaipur Literature ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Has commerce of books killed good writing? LitFest debates  Business Standard India3 days ago

Vibrant celebration of creative expression to begin as eighth edition of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival opens tomorrow

Jaipur The eighth edition of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival is set to open tomorrow morning, bringing a five-day banquet of ideas to the Pink City. The event, which is now the world's largest free literary festival, will see a galaxy of literary ...
 APN News5 days ago Jaipur Literature Festival all set to begin on Wednesday  The Hindu6 days ago
Pakistan Today

Here are the five books shortlisted for the richest literary prize in South Asia

Five down, five to go. The field for the the richest literary prize in South Asia, an eye-popping (for most writers) $50,000 has been halved from the ten-strong longlist. In the fray now are one of the world's top three writers of Indian origin, ...
 Quartz1 month ago Novelists from Pakistan among top five contenders for South Asia's biggest literary award  Pakistan Today1 month ago Kamila Shamsie, Bilal Tanweer shortlisted for South Asia fiction prize  DAWN Group1 month ago
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Jaipur-bound

The room in Key West, Florida, where one of the most legendary recluses, Ernest Hemingway, wrote some of his masterpieces. Photo: Robert King/Newsmakers/ In 1974, J.D. Salinger told New York Times reporter Lacey Fosburgh , There is a marvellous ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
Sri Lanka Daily News

Myriad forms, one tone

The world's literati gathered at the historic London School of Economics and Political Science recently, as the prestigious shortlist for the fifth annual DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2015 was announced. Five Shortlisted Authors in ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago Shortlist For S. Asian Literature Prize  Asians.co.uk1 month ago

'Pakistan's literary scene not …

New Delhi, Jan 11 (IANS) There is "not much of a literary scene in Pakistan and the infrastructure is underdeveloped with only a handful of English publishers", says author Bilal Tanweer, adding that a few in the Urdu press are doing excellent work ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago 'Pakistan's literary scene not good, infrastructure lacking'  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Pakistans literary scene not good infrastructure lacking  New Delhi News.Net2 weeks ago
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IndiaPost

Action-packed year for books

Controversies galore too Dan Brown NEW DELHI: The literary scene in 2014 was vibrant going by what Indians read and wrote and there were controversies as well as the pulping of two books following objection by some quarters raising serious ...
 IndiaPost3 weeks ago 2014: Action-Packed Year for Books, Controversies Galore  Outlook India1 month ago Books of the year 2014  Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago Action-packed year for books, controversies galore  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
MSN News

Jaipur and books

In 1974, J.D. Salinger told New York Times reporter Lacey Fosburgh, There is a marvellous peace in not publishing. It's peaceful. Still. Publishing is a terrible invasion of my privacy. I like to write. I love to write. But I write for myself and my ...
 MSN News1 week ago
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JLF 2015 | Rohan Murty's visa issues

Even as the importance of the translation project, the Murty Classical Library, started as a result of a $5.2 million endowment by Rohan Murty , Harvard scholar and son of Infosys co-founder N.R. Narayana Murthy , and the perseverance of Sanskrit ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago
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