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Truth is stranger than fiction, wrote Mark Twain. Stronger, wrote V.S. Naipaul. Looking back at October we tend to agree with the latter, as the absurdity of real life outpaced serious headline news. Some news that's really not fit to print. For more news ... India Today, 3 weeks ago

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Bangladesh Daily Star

He was not sure what to write about

My beginning was simply to try to find out what I have to write about, said Nobel laureate Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, widely known as VS Naipaul. One day in a dark corner of a BBC room, he suddenly discovered that he began to write ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago Dhaka Lit Fest 2016: VS Naipaul raises the curtains  Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago Nobel laureate VS Naipaul opens Sixth Dhaka LiT Fest  Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago Dhaka Lit Fest kicks off Thursday  Dhaka Tribune2 weeks ago
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Literary lash falls on Naipaul and Rushdie

America's most distinguished literary editor, Robert Gottlieb, has written in singularly unflattering terms about two authors to whom he acted as midwife - the knights Sir Salman Rushdie and Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul. Gottlieb has criticised Rushdie's ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

The crisis-ridden identity of V S Naipaul

It turned out to be a memorable experience to see one of the global literary celebrities talk at an event at Bangla Academy on last November 18. The person was V S Naipaul, the Nobel-winning Trinidad-British novelist. The occasion marked the second ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago
Gulf News

October 11, 2001: Naipaul wins Nobel Prize

Trinidad-born British author won the Nobel Literature Prize for works that compel us to see the presence of suppressed histories British author V.S. Naipaul has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. The 69-year-old, Trinidad-born writer ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Bob Dylan will not attend Nobel ceremony  Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago Bob Dylan Says Hell Skip Nobel Ceremony (He's Busy)  Sokolako2 weeks ago Why no Nobel prize for Kamau?  Barbados Today2 weeks ago
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Memories of chasing darkness in Kashmir's afternoon

I remember I saw a military bunker. It was on the end of a concrete wall fencing a post office. A structure of sandbags, the bunker was wrapped in whorls of wire from which hung bruising shards of broken liquor bottles. A soldier inside, with only ...
 Kashmir Observer10 hours ago

Four films of jury to be screened at International Film Festival of Kerala

Four films from the eminent jury will be screened at the 21 st . Their inclusion is an effort to boost diversity following the controversy earlier this year when no actors of colour were nominated for the Oscars. 'Wedding from Galilee', by the ...
 Times of India1 day ago

Making the ends meet

Acclaimed Australian author Frank Moorhouse finds letters from readers as the most gratifying of validations With more than 21 books to his credit, Frank Moohouse is best known for his short stories, novels, essays, and script writing. He won the ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

Shashi Tharoor strikes back at the British Raj

An Era of Darkness may well be Shashi Tharoor's most important work because it makes a strong argument for sovereignty without shrillness Within weeks of our moving to London from Singapore, I received a note from my son's school, saying that the ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago
Millennium Post

Epitomising modernity and progress

28 November 2016, New Delhi, Amulya Ganguli The Indian right is more moderate than the far-right in West. Donald Trump's victory has been ascribed to the anger of the white working class in the US over the discontent caused by ...
 Millennium Post5 days ago The Indian right is more moderate than the far-right in West  ZeeNews.com3 days ago Indian Right more moderate than far-right in the West  Gulf News6 days ago
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