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Jungle Book Jive: A musical adaptation of the Kipling's book c...

The TV and movie adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book has been a childhood favourite for many. An upcoming international production brings that love on-stage in the Capital, where all your favourite characters will come alive. Read ... Hindustan Times, 3 days ago
Meet mordern Mowgli New Delhi Pioneer, 4 days ago
BWW Review: THE JUNGLE BOOK is Simply Good Broadway World, 1 month ago

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The Nobel Prize judges have made a category error

Related Story: Why Bob Dylan deserves his Nobel prize In 1920, Rudyard Kipling (Nobel Prize in Literature 1907), published The Conundrum of the Workshops . This poem about review culture features the Devil as "first, most dread" critic ...
 ABC Online1 month ago From Rudyard Kipling to Svetlana Alexievich, notable Nobel literature winners from the past  Economic Times1 month ago Nobel, Dylan and the twilight of authority  Rediff.com1 month ago Shah Rukh learns to cook while celebrating Bob Dylan's Nobel win  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago

Treating two impostors just the same

Sixteen-year-old Rudyard Kipling returned to India after a miserable childhood, and slightly less miserable adolescence in England, to take up the perfect job for a precociously gifted but possibly unemployable son of empire. He was to be 50 per ...
 The Statesman2 months ago

Fourteen hours in Yangon

Nod to Rudyard Kipling, it is quite unlike any place you know about. Anyone who insists on grouping Vietnam-Cambodia-Laos-Thailand-Myanmar together as a single continuous country is in danger of not noticing the subtle differences of an ...
 Herald Sun2 weeks ago

Gene that gives animal stripes found

In Rudyard Kipling's fertile imagination, the first tiger got its stripes as punishment for killing a buck during a time of peace. Many other folk tales have posited fanciful reasons for animals' stripes or spots, but no one has known the truth ...
 Times Live South Africa4 weeks ago

Black critiques matter

Because of Hollywood, Rudyard Kipling is best remembered for his collection of short stories The Jungle Book . When we think of Kipling, if we consider him at all, we usually draw to mind cute or harrowing adventures of children and animals. For ...
 Christian Century2 weeks ago Jungle Book  ZDNet1 month ago
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Ketan Mehta to make an animated film on Kipling's novel 'Kim'

Filmmaker Ketan Mehta has revealed he is working on an animated movie, based on noted author Rudyard Kipling's novel "Kim". "I am planning to make an animated film. It is an international film on Rudyard Kripling's novel called 'Kim'. It is about a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Making films for kids is Ketan Mehta's passion  Can India News1 month ago Children's films have rarely been successful: Ketan Mehta  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

Japanese, African, US writers among bettors' Nobel favorites

FILE- In this Jan. 1936 file photo, British author Rudyard Kipling is photographed just before his death later that month. Much of Kipling's work, most famously 1894's "The Jungle Book" and 1901's "Kim" were set in, or around, India. He had been ...
 Tucson.com1 month ago

SureSet: If by Rudyard Kipling for Westward Ho!

- Monday, December 5, 2016 Unprecedented sixth BALI Grand Award for Willerby Landscapes - Monday, December 5, 2016 Ann-Marie Powell appointed a Patron of Greenfingers Charity - Monday, December 5, 2016 Vandals or visionaries? Landscape ...
 Pro Landscaper21 hours ago

Chinese traders pursuit of Myanmar's riches breeds resentment

MANDALAY — From damp and drizzly London, the siren of British imperialism, Rudyard Kipling wrote a poem that captured the palm trees, pagodas and temple bells of Myanmar during colonial rule. The romance of that verse, Mandalay, became a ...
 Today Online3 days ago Animosity in a Burmese Hub Deepens as Chinese Get Richer  MSN News US1 week ago
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