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Poets' meet held
E Pao

Poets' meet held

Source: Hueiyen News Service Imphal, June 29 2014: A "poets' meet" exclusively for male writers was held at Dev Literature Centre in DM College here on Sunday. At the inaugural function of the meet organised jointly by Manipuri Sahitya ... E Pao, 1 month ago
A halfday poets' meet held E Pao, 1 month ago
A half-day poets meet held Sangai Express, 1 month ago

India-Malaysia literary exchange meet held

Chennai, Jun 16 : A two-day international conference to encourage cultural and literary exchange between India and Malaysia concluded at the University of Madras here. Jointly organised by the University of Madras, University of Malaya and ...
 NewKerala.com2 months ago

Muslim scholar denies any love jihad in India, calls it a divisive stunt by politicos

New Delhi, Aug. 27 ANI | 17 minutes ago A Muslim religious and literary scholar has denied reports of their being any ulterior motive behind the issue of 'Love Jihad', and brushed it off as a mere political stunt to create divisions within the ...
 NewKerala.com5 hours ago

Bengal writer chosen for international programme

statesman news service Kolkata, 21 August Bengali writer, Binayak Banerjee along with other 15 selected writers will participate in an International Writing Program at the University of Iowa. The US department of State's Bureau of ...
 The Statesman6 days ago


About her house on Bosepara Lane in North Kolkata Sister Nivedita had said My house is in my eyes charming. This house had become a nerve centre of intellectual and revolutionary activities with Rabindranath, Jagadishchandra Bose, SA Ratcliff, ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
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Don Bradman memorabilia to be exhibited at Victoria Memorial

Kolkata, Aug 13 The first bat and other playing gear and memorabilia of Donald Bradman - arguably the greatest batsman ever - will be showcased at an exhibition at the iconic Victoria Memorial Hall here in 2015. The event, organised in ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago Bradman memorabilia to be exhibited at Victoria Memorial  Daijiworldcom2 weeks ago

This literary crusader craved change

Gnar mari tor motorgarir, Gnar mari tor shopping mall-er, Bujhbi jokhon ashbe tere, Nangto mojur shaban koler (Damn your cars and shopping malls, When the naked labourer of the soap factory will rise up in anger, Youll be fixed.) These lines of ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago
Pune Mirror

A creative journey

By: Suktara Ghosh Meet award-winning author Neel Mukherjee, whose latest book, The Lives of Others, has been selected for the Man Booker longlist. Neel Mukherjee is one of the most promising voices in contemporary literature. His latest book ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago

A surrealist masterpiece for children - and its abiding influence

Discerning readers will by now have identified the work in question, but those who might not have, could need more hints. Where have you read about entering a fantastic land after falling in a rabbit hole, or through a mirror, meeting characters ...
 NewKerala.com3 days ago
Pakistan Today

A rare talent

INTERVIEW: Kanza Javed An upcoming author to watch out for Kanza Javed was a name not known to many till she shot into the spotlight after having an unpublished novel nominated for the Tibor Jones South Asia Prize. How she has ...
 Pakistan Today1 week ago
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