RUCHIR JOSHI There is something oddly decadent about watching an international cricket match, a World Cup final at that, in a huge, almost empty stadium. It's as if the game has been arranged just for you and a few close friends. Except, of ... Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
(From left) Ruchir Joshi, Anam Zakaria, Rajdeep Sardesai, Mehr Tarar and Sankarshan Thakur during the talk on Cross-Border Journalism on January 23.Picture by Bhubaneshwarananda Halder Responsible journalism, according to Rajdeep Sardesai, "is ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
You always remember the first book you read. And that first book sets you possibly on a never-ending journey of reading in which you discover your own comfort zones in genres, subjects and styles of writing. For author and journalist Nilanjana Roy, ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
By Nilanjana Roy Rs 499 Rs 499 The Girl Who Ate Books As if the book title wasn’t intriguing enough, the cover illustration (by Kriti Monga) floors one with its quaint charm. The Girl Who Ate Books by journalist, columnist and literary critic Nilanjana Roy ...Asian Age, 1 month ago Book review 'The Girl Who Ate Books': An intense affair with words Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
In an attempt to recognise and groom promising bowling talent in the State, the IDBI Federal Life Insurance launched a bowling foundation in collaboration with the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) on Thursday. Former Australian fast bowler Jeff ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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