We Indians are congenially unconnected, inward-looking people. We remain so complacently confident about our own old civilisation and its resilience that we rarely are able to configure the forces to work at the global level. That explains the ... Chandigarh Tribune, 3 days ago
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A book where you are sure to find something to annoy you, amaze you or enlighten you Translation is an enterprise fraught with politics. I thought I knew that but there are two kinds of knowing: there is the knowing in the mind and there is the ...The Hindu, 3 days ago
A former deputy director of the All India Management Association (AIMA), New Delhi, Ms. Unniraman has previously published stories and essays. Mr. Satchidanandan says that her poems combine an apparent simplicity with a thoughtful seriousness that give them a ...The Hindu, 5 days ago
ByGopalkrishna Gandhi Write as you speak, a wise old man once told me, and speak as you think. The advice, intended to guard writing from verbosity and artifice, was sound. The urge to be word-perfect and pitch-right can make writing an endless ...South Asia Monitor, 1 week ago
Illustration: Deepak Harichandan The troubled intellectual in India today is being asked to choose between free speech that can lead to intellectual murder or a silence that can end in intellectual suicide Write as you speak, a wise old man ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
New Delhi, Jun 10 (PTI) Eminent authors and activists who have previously voiced their opinions against the curbing of freedom of expression and inhuman killing of rationalists and thinkers, have now come together to pen a new book advocating ...Press Trust of India, 2 weeks ago PTI - BOOK - Writings of Dabholkar, Pansare, Kalburgi in new book Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago
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 India, 1 month ago
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 Hindu, 1 month ago Anti-Vedanta protests mar JLF event in South Bank, London The Hindu, 1 month ago
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 Times, 1 month ago
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 Telegraph, 2 months ago
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