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Khushwant was a very nice man to know: Writer Jaishree Misra

I met Khushwant relatively recently, given that some of his friendships stretch back nearly a hundred years. It was February 2000; my family and I had just moved back to Delhi from the UK, an experimental 'return home'. My first book had been ... Times of India, 4 weeks ago

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Banning books will kill literary genres: writer Jaishree Misra

Authors are gradually beginning to censor themselves, says the author of "Rani" which was outlawed by the UP govt. in 2008 The alacrity with which political biographies and books on history are banned and even pulped in India has made authors edgy about ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Between the lines

The News: A User's Manual By Alain de Botton, Hamish Hamilton, Rs 699 Alain de Botton's interesting book can be said to explore the realm of meta-news as it exposes what lies behind the various news stories and photographic images that beguile us ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Madhukar Rao's dream book released

Three months after he passed away, Professor Madhukar Rao's dream work, A Literary Salad, was released by his student and literary critic M. Leelavathy at a function at the Ernakulam Public Library on Saturday. Author Jaishree Misra, who was ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
The Hindu

A celebration of empowerment

There was a flurry of activity at Technopark on Friday afternoon, and it had nothing to do with work. Nearly every organisation here arranged programmes, in addition to the pan-company events, to celebrate International Women's Day that falls on ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
New Indian Express

Bhanwari Devi's Call to Break Silence

Calling on women to raise their voice and break their silence, Bhanwari Devi, the village woman from Rajasthan whose fight for justice led to the path-breaking Vishaka judgment by the Supreme Court, said that the delay by courts in delivering ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

S'pore students take part in Kala Ghoda festival

Ankita Pandey Vallikappen Friday, Feb 28, 2014 SINGAPORE - Three students from the Institute of Technical Education College Central represented Singapore in the recently-concluded Kala Ghoda festival, one of the largest arts festivals in India, ...
 Asiaone1 month ago
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