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Quality translations in Indian languages rare

I have always wanted the hands of people to be seen in my poetry, poet K. Satchidanandan quotes Pablo Neruda to argue that the line holds true for Jnanpith awardee and Hindi poet Kedarnath Singh as well. If Kedarnath Singh's early poems reflected ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

Nilanjana S Roy: A writer's conscience, and protests

to partner with a corporate sponsor of dubious track record. The JLF Southbank festival is held in London; a few weeks before it starts, a campaign asks writers to boycott the festival, citing Vedanta's track record on tribal and adivasi rights.
 Business Standard India1 day ago

Anti-Vedanta protests disrupt proceedings

Anti-Vedanta activists disrupted the proceedings of the Jaipur Literary Festival held at the South Bank on Saturday. Through placards and speeches, the activists gave vent to their anger over JLF accepting as its main sponsor the British mining ...
 The Hindu2 days ago Anti-Vedanta protests mar JLF event in South Bank, London  The Hindu2 days ago
Hindustan Times

Round about: Hot springs erupt by the Thames

The obvious summer destination for the literati is London, where the greatest literary show on earth, of course, Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF), opens its miniature edition in the cultural district by River Thames on May 21. It has been the talk ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Govt withdraws curbs on Urdu writers

New Delhi, April 27: The government has withdrawn a controversial clause that asked Urdu writers to declare that their books did not contain anything against the ruling establishment, stepping back in the face of criticism from authors in other ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Veils, Halos & Shackles: The Woman as anInspiration

We all wept when Jyoti Singh Pandey passed away, says Smita Sahay, recalling the Delhi gangrape that shook the nation. We also realised that this was hardly an isolated case and that we needed to create a much broader dialogue. Sahay, a Mumbai-based ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

An atlas of the mind

I once happened to see a translator's first drafts. Her (Tamil-English) manuscript was a revelation. To make sure she did not overlook or misread a word or a possible nuance, she had written down every line of the Tamil text in red and followed it ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Boycott threat to Jaipur litfest

New Delhi, March 22: Several writers today began a campaign for the boycott of the Jaipur Literature Festival if Zee News continues to be its chief sponsor, upset with the channel for allegedly airing "doctored videos" in the JNU case and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

Indian writing

I was delighted to read Kannan Sundaram's suggestions on how our writers might cross the ocean of illiteracy about India (Sunday Magazine The travel of , March 20). I would like to draw attention to a government of India venture called Indian ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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