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Indian Author Anuradha Roy Wins 2016 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature
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Indian author wins $50,000 literary prize for book highlightin...

LONDON: She may have lost out last year's Man Booker Prize but Indian writer Anuradha Roy has hit a home run in this year's DSC Prize for South Asian Literature. Her book Sleeping on Jupiter on the malaise of sexual abuse in India won the $50,000 ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Indian Author Anuradha Roy Wins USD 50,000 DSC Prize New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
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GLF 2016 almost sold out

The Fairway Galle Literary Festival 2016, the latest edition of the region's premier literary festival, has sold out many of its most popular sessions, while others are close to selling out fast. As such, potential attendees are advised to visit ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News3 weeks ago

Thayil's in extremis terrain

Im 70, today. I remember Jeet Thayil's and Vijay Nambisan's Gemini (I have forgotten the poems I then envied.) Next came Thayil's English. I remember the collection's archi-tectonics; wrote about it; don't know where, can't recall what. Thayil is ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

A Snarl In City Primeval

The Modi government has always had the reputation of being extremely tech savvy. From using... Labour MP Hilary Benn's Speech That Left People Quoting His Dad Labour MP and shadow foreign Secretary, Hilary Benn 's speech in the House of Commons in support...
 Outlook1 month ago
The Hindu

South-side story

Surina Narula, founder of the DSC Prize, talks about why narratives from this part of the globe should be heard About two weeks ago, the shortlist for The DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2016 was announced, comprising authors Akhil Sharma, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

The Poet and the Pause

Jeet Thayil's collected poems chart the evolution of a man and his art in all its splendidness To see if Id still be here, looking back at you, my figure still, yours in motion, our minds receding into the future, the miles between us ...
 Open1 month ago

The empire writes back

Let us return to the beginning, a time when the Indian imagination in English was a placid province of social realism, and Malgudi was not exactly Macondo. Then something happened, and the first words heralded an idyll-breaking subversion: "I was ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
India Today

The empire writes back

India was ambling on in the early '80s when along came a midnight's child to break the monotony. It shattered the quietude of India Imagined, and led to the emergence of several authors who are masters today. Three decades later, we need a similar ...
 India Today1 month ago
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