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Canon and Beyond: Literary Studies Today Symposium organized at Central University of Odisha
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Canon and Beyond: Literary Studies Today Symposium organized a...

Report by Nishapati Nayak, Sunabeda: A symposium on “Canon and Beyond: Literary Studies Today” was organized by the Department of English Language and Literature, Central'> Report by Nishapati Nayak, Sunabeda: A symposium on “Canon and ... OrissaDiary, 2 months ago

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China to provide Pak students with postgraduate scholarships

[Pakistan], May 10 (ANI): China will offer scholarships to Pakistani students in the subject of cultural studies at the master's level every year. Chinese Cultural Counsellor You Yi revealed on Wednesday during a meeting with federal secretary of National ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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Literary critic M Achuthan no more

Kochi: Eminent literary critic Prof. M Achuthan passed away at a private hospital here on Sunday. He was 86. Achuthanwas admitted to the hospital with age-related ailments. His mortal remains will be laid to rest on Monday. Achuthan's noted works include ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Four books mark 100th publication of MUP

The Manipal University Press (MUP) celebrated its 100th publication on Wednesday with the release of four books, including 'Ayurvedic Inheritance: A Reader's Companion' by M S Valiathan, National Research Professor. The other books being released are: 'If We ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

New book on Lady Macbeth focusing on reader response launched

A UGC-funded research on 'Lady Macbeth which takes a new look at Shakespearean study by focusing on a reader's response was handed over to UGC Joint Secretary Dr Mohammed Arif at the UGC Kolkata office. The book 'Lady Macbeth : An Approach from Reader ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Half Girlfriend Movie Review

While the heavy set 31 year old, Arjun Kapoor, is badly cast as a Bihari college kid studying at an elite institution in Delhi, the film has an emotional quotient that keeps it going past the blunder. This actor has aged and expanded rapidly since his debut ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago
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She accused Chetan Bhagat of plagiarism

'I have a high-paying job, so there's no monetary reason for the suit.''It just hurt so much that I couldn't ignore it anymore,' Anvita Bajpai tells Nikita Puri. Anvita Bajpai often introduces herself as a 'human-centric product visionary'. Using technology to better human lives, says Bengaluru-based Bajpai, is what keeps her going. It is also what supplies her bread and butter, mostly. Bajpai is a part-time writer. While researching for the business and technology portals she contributes to, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

The Perfect Murder

THIS HORRIFYING NEW book, with its juicy title ( The Front Page Murders ; Hachette; Rs 350; Pages 322), reads like a murder mystery and is guaranteed to provide morbid readers with as much titillation as any thriller. But what obviously separates it from a ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago

Anees Salim: The Solitary Reaper

‘FOR WHATEVER WE lose (like a you or a me) / it’s always ourselves we find in the sea.’ Much like the four children in EE Cummings’s enigmatic little poem, maggie and milly and molly and may , the adolescent narrator of Anees Salim’s new novel The ...
 Open Magazine3 weeks ago
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'India has to catch a train that left 25 years ago'

'In contrast to the generally buoyant tone of the Economic Survey in January, he sounds uncharacteristically pessimistic, saying that forces in the world economy -- slowing global trade, protectionism, robots -- will limit India's manufacturing to levels well below what propelled East Asia's economies decades ago.'Rahul Jacob has lunch with Arvind Subramanian, chief economic advisor to the Modi government.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com One of the nine youngsters at lunch who are part ...
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