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Essence over language

(L-R) Salil Tripathi, Namita Gokhale, Shashi Tharoor and Zia Haider at the session. Photo: Ridwan Adid Rupon I don't look into the mirror and ask myself 'Am I Bangladeshi or British?' said Zia Haider while discussing multiple identities of South ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 4 days ago
Kathmandu Post

Gokhale on Voices

KATHMANDU, NOV 11 - The Embassy of India and BP Koirala India-Nepal Foundation organised the 20th edition of Voices at Nepal-Bharat Library in the Nepal Airlines Building, New Road, on November 10. The programme featured Indian writer Namita ...
 Kathmandu Post2 weeks ago

Writing the Region

On the second day of the Hay Festival Dhaka 2014, literary minds from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan explored cross border connections in regional literature. Indian writer Namita Gokhale, Bangladeshi academic and translator Professor Fakrul Alam, ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Five Authors to Look Out for at Hay

November's a crazy month. We just had the JCC-Unmad Comic Con. Now there's TEDxDhaka ahead of us and even the Bengal Classical Music Fest later on at the end of the month. Surely you won't have time to go listen to about 60 writers, poets, ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star6 days ago
Hindustan Times

The blurring lines of right and wrong Indias first crime writers festival coming soon

Come January next year and India would be hosting the inaugural edition of the Crime Writers Festivalnbsp The two day festival that will be held Jan 1718 at the India Habitat Centre is conceptualised by Namita Gokhale codirector of the Jaipur Literature ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago India's first crime writers festival soon  Prokerala1 week ago Indias first crime writers festival soon  New Delhi News.Net1 week ago Festival of crime writers in Delhi in Jan next year  Times of India3 weeks ago
Kathmandu Post

In the name of god

NOV 15 - I was introduced to animal rights campaigner Gauri Maulekhi on the turf of the Indian embassy, where a small group of people had gathered to meet Indian writer Namita Gokhale. Indian Ambassador Ranjit Ray introduced Maulekhi as an ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago
DNA India

Now, a festival for crime writers!

Crime and thriller writers, authors and publishers are set to congregate in New Delhi early in 2015 as part of the debut edition of the Crime Writers Festival. The festival is being organised by the Crime Writer's Forum for South Asia that was ...
 DNA India1 week ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Hay Festival to begin November 20

Photo: DARSHAN CHAKMA Curtains to the Hay Festival Dhaka are set to rise on November 20, for the fourth time on the historic grounds of the Bangla Academy in Dhaka. Founded in 1987, Hay Festival has become one of the world's top literary ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago The Making of Hay in Hemonto  Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago

Reading: Indian fantasy

This book is an entertainment device and does not require batteries, reads the fine print in a corner on the back-cover of Play With Me (Penguin Books India, Rs. 250), the latest among a slew of erotic novels in English to have appeared this year in ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Glimpse of the lost era

| Shrabasti Mallik Author Sumedha V Ojha talks to Shrabasti Mallik about her debut novel Urnabhih, her fascination with Indian history and Sanskrit plays Sumedha V Ojha can be described as a voracious reader, bureaucrat, doting mother and a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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