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In Pakistan, tolerant Islamic voices are being silenced

The Sehwan bombing is a result of the Saudi-funded fundamentalism that has taken a grip in the country, writes William Dalrymple for the Guardian. Rediff.com, 5 days ago

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We focused less on stars, more on brilliant speakers: Namita Gokhale and William Dalrymple

As the 10th edition of Zee Jaipur Literature Festival drew to a close, DNA's Pratik Ghosh and Amrita Madhukalya caught up with festival directors Namita Gokhale and William Dalrymple for this brief chat. Edited excerpts.
 DNA1 month ago

1857 mutiny’s monumental legacy

Kept alive in popular imagination by books such as William Dalrymple’s ‘The Last Mughal’ and movies including Ketan Mehta’s ‘Mangal Pandey: The Rising’, the 1857 mutiny or the Indian rebellion of 1857 was one of the pivotal ...
 DNA1 month ago
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British made Kohinoor world's most famous diamond: Dalrymple

Noted historian and writer William Dalrymple says it was the "British bragging" and the way the Kohinoor was projected by them, that made the gem world's most famous diamond. Dalrymple, in his new book titled, 'Kohinoor: The Story of the World's ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Kohinoor wasn't gifted but looted by British, say authors  Prokerala2 months ago How the British stole the Kohinoor from a child  Rediff.com1 month ago
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'I think the book will surprise some people'

Interview of historians, William Dalrymple and Anita Anand
 Business Standard2 months ago William Dalrymple, Anita Anand launch new book  Prokerala2 months ago The tell-all book on Kohinoor, the worlds most contested diamond is here  catchnews.com2 months ago

Delhi's homegrown lit fest begins Friday

An impressive line up of heavyweight authors, including the likes of William Dalrymple, Ashok Vajpayee and Taslima Nasrin, are set to participate in the Delhi Literature Festival starting here Friday.Aiming to promote literature and provide opportunities to ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago

'Meer ki Delhi': Celebrating the bygone era

The city's legacy of literature and music is being celebrated in a unique festival that will take the audiences on a historical ride to "Meer ki Delhi". Organised by Sanathan Sangeet Sanskriti and eminent Hindi poet Ashok Vajpayee, the two-day literature ...
 Business Standard2 days ago 5th Delhi Literature Festival to begin on Feb 10  Business Standard3 weeks ago Delhi Poetry Festival to begin from Friday  Prokerala2 months ago

Imperial Greed

INDIA WAS THE jewel the crown lost in 1947. The Kohinoor is the jewel still embedded in the crown that the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, wore. Linked by a gem that is uniquely Indian, the two books bear witness to a continuing fascination with an ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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JLF organisers to not invite Bangladeshi writer, activist Taslima Nasreen from next year

Bangladeshi writer and activist Taslima Nasreen whose impromptu session at the Jaipur Literature Festival on Monday drew a minor protest here, will not be invited to the event from next year, organisers said in a statement on Tuesday. "They expressed their ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago JLF organisers to not invite Taslima Nasreen from next year  Deccan Herald1 month ago Nasreen bats for Uniform Civil Code amid protests at JLF  Deccan Herald1 month ago Rumour that JLF won't invite Taslima Nasreen from next year proved false  catchnews.com1 month ago

East India Company destroyed trade to conquer India: Shashi Tharoor

The East India Company knew the best way to conquer India was to control its trade and that is why controlling of ports became so important for them, noted politician and writer Shashi Tharoor said in Jaipur on Saturday. Tharoor, who was speaking at a session ...
 DNA1 month ago
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