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The joy of reading, writes Priyanka Chaturvedi
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There are great connections between India & Ireland, says nove...

Irish novelist Colm Tóibín, one of the most revered in a list of starry literary geniuses at the recent ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, tells Amrita Madhukalya that he'd like to read more books about the way women are treated in India DNA, 1 week ago
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MUMBAI: RED FM, the most awarded and the largest radio network of the country, associated with ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2016 as the official radio partner. For the first time RED FM partnered with Jaipur Literature Festival, World's largest ...
 MyInforms1 week ago Hear Rihanna, Drake's Tropical House-Flavored 'Work'  MyInforms1 week ago 9 lessons from the 9th edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival  Vogue India1 week ago The best edition so far, says William Dalrymple  DNA India1 week ago
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A war of words between Anupam Kher & Kapil Mishra at Jaipur Literature Festival over intolerance

JAIPUR: Bollywood actor Anupam Kher and Delhi minister Kapil Mishra sparred during a debate over the limits imposed on freedom of speech and were joined in by a politically divided audience at the Jaipur Literature Festival. Speaking against the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Anupam Kher abuses detractors on intolerance issue at Jaipur Lit Fest  Rediff.com1 week ago Anupam Kher, Kapil Mishra spar at Jaipur Litfest debate  Press Trust of India1 week ago A war of words for Anupam Kher & Kapil Mishra at Jaipur Literature Festival over intolerance  Economic Times1 week ago
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JLF records 40 pc increase in footfall

Jaipur, Jan 26 (UNI) The ninth edition of ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, world's largest free literary festival, ended on a high yesterday, announcing a 40 per cent increase in footfalls over the five days- a record number for the event, which is ...
 United News of India1 week ago Worlds largest free literary festival ends on a high with record number of visitors  India Infoline1 week ago 360 speakers, 200 events and 10 venues mark the end of Jaipur Literature Festival  DNA1 week ago World's largest free literary festival ends on a high with record number of visitors and great acclaim for authors  Web Newswire1 week ago
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The Telegraph

Different prisms

On Republic Day, I attended the concluding day of a six-day literature festival held in Calcutta. I had flown to the city from Jaipur after participating in a similar - and some would say bigger - annual gathering devoted to the same theme. At both places, ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Lit fests allow civilised debate  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Jaipur Lit Fest day 04: Words and anecdotes by Gulzar and Javed Akhtar mesmerise audience  India Today1 week ago Jaipur Lit Fest: Music and lyrics by Gulzar and Akhtar  India Today1 week ago
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Hindustan Times

She writes with intent

| Riya Sharma In a heartfelt conversation at the Jaipur Literature Festival, author and poetess Margaret Atwood explained to Riya Sharma that if one has insecurities while writing a book, one should use a pseudo name Anticipated, we sat in a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago 'Can't write fantasy, not good with dragons'  Manorama Online1 week ago Can't write 'Mills and Boons' or fantasy books: Margaret Atwood at Jaipur Literature Festival  Economic Times2 weeks ago Writers are cheap dates: Atwood  Times of India2 weeks ago
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New Indian Express

Tharoor is Wrong. Parliamentary System is Best-suited for India

This is a response to Shashi Tharoor's claims at the Jaipur Literature Festival that (i) Parliamentary system is ill-suited to the Indian national character (ii) it is difficult to work in a country as diverse and populous as India and (iii) it was ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago India would have been better off in presidential system: Tharoor  United News of India1 week ago No Significant Progress in Swachh Bharat Campaign: Tharoor  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Parliamentary system 'ill-suited' for India, says Shashi Tharoor  Asian Age1 week ago
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After the Atwoods and Toibins leave: a new shared experience

I didn't attend the final day's party the Writers Ball at the Jaipur Literature Festival. I spent time instead at a party which had no invitation cards and for which people didn't send reminders. There were no authors there, no publishers ...
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Khaleej Times

Karan Johar discusses growing intolerance in India

The ace director shares his fears at Jaipur Literature Festival. KARAN JOHAR HAS joined the bandwagon of celebrities slamming the growing intolerance in the country. The filmmaker said India is a "tough country" to express one's views with ...
 Khaleej Times1 week ago It's your prerogative to agree or disagree with my opinion: Karan Johar on his intolerance remark  Indian Express1 week ago Freedom of expression, democracy biggest jokes in the world: KJo  Greater Kashmir2 weeks ago Freedom of expression and debate has been stifled in last 20 months: Cong on Karan Johar's remarks  Newshence.com2 weeks ago
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When Shatrughan Sinha ate the costliest chilli!

Amusing listeners at the Jaipur Literature Festival with his life tales, actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha revealed a humorous experience from one of his air trips. In a sessionon MondaynoonwithCongress leaderShashi Tharoor, marketing guru ...
 The Statesman1 week ago No discrimination in Bollywood: Shatrughan Sinha  The Hindu1 week ago When Shatrughan Sinha was anything but khamosh about Sachin  Hindustan Times1 week ago
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