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Stern warning to Draupadi play coordinators

Over a month after controversy over a play based on Mahasweta Devi's short story Draupadi enacted at Central University of Haryana at Mahendergarh turned the campus into a battleground between academicians and Right-wing organisations, the ... The Hindu, 4 weeks ago

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Pterodactyl Is... Poetry Of The Future

Mahasweta Devi, who passed away this autumn, was a figure whose work can be seen as existing in and through multiple layers of translation. The first layer: she goes to the great terra incognita—adivasi India—and emerges with narratives of ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
India New England

Jaipur Literature Festival to support emerging writers

New Delhi For the first time, Jaipur BookMark, the B2B segment of the Jaipur Literature Festival, will invite budding authors to share a synopsis of their work, which will be assessed by a panel of literary agents, publishers and critics, it was ...
 India New England2 weeks ago Jaipur Lit Fest to support emerging writers  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
Times of India

Central Univ raps profs for 'anti-army' play

CHANDIGARH: The executive council of the Central University, Haryana, (CUH) on Tuesday issued a warning to its two assistant professors who had coordinated the play 'Draupadi' on campus last month leading to allegations that it showed the army in a ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago University should have stood by us, say CUH faculty members  Times of India4 weeks ago

Book review: Democrats and Dissenters by Ramachandra Guha, here's a history of hope

A file photo of Jawaharlal Nehru signing the Indian Constitution. Guha swears by the Constitution and calls himself a constitutional democrat (file photo) Distinguishing between ideologues and intellectuals, Ramachandra Guha notes in his latest ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Culture, kitsch and Mother Teresa at Hindu goddess' festival

SILIGURI, India -- At a Durga Puja pavilion in this sub-Himalayan town, Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic nun who was canonized by Pope Francis in September, is seen sharing a pedestal with Durga, the supreme Hindu goddess of power. With them are ...
 Nikkei Asian Review2 months ago
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