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Sahitya Akademi Award winner Amit Chaudhuri rediscovers Kolkata's insatiable love for sweets, in verse form
Priti Paul speaks about India being the guest of honour at the 2020 Paris Book Fair and translating Francois Mitterand's secret letters to his mistress
Jayant Kaikini along with translator Tejaswini Niranjana wins the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018
‘No Presents Please’ emerges as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the coveted US $25,000 DSC Prize.
From Tharoor predicting UPA III over NDA III to senior Abdullah talking about peace, and from poetry bridging boundaries to Shobhaa De urging to hear out men too. AKLF 2019 was all this and more
Vir Das sits us down for a chat about the success of his Netflix special, Losing It, debuting on American television with the drama Whiskey Cavalier, and why it is important to be authentic.
A 110-page colouring book for adults that promises to help them relieve their stress
Alakananda Nag’s book of photographs and text is based on the Armenians living in Calcutta
Jack Canfield tells us how India has influenced him, from his Ayurveda practice to a life-changing
Wake up to the songs of birds, watch the sunset over the Western Ghats and dine under the stars. Dvara at Siruvani is all about the drama of nature.
The anonymous activist group The Guerrilla Girls is taking their brand of ‘bold protest art’ to viewers across the globe.
Jonathan Gil Harris decodes the popular appeal of Shakespeare’s classic works for Indian mass audiences in Masala Shakespeare: How A Firangi Writer became Indian.
Nadeem Zaman takes us through erstwhile East Pakistan, during the turmoil-ridden year of 1971.
The Indian Institute of Cartoonists receives vintage books from late cartoonist, Bapu’s private collection
The collection of Punch and Mad magazines, as well as compilations of works by famous cartoonists, is available for display at the library
Jaipur Lit Fest confers the Mahakavi Kanhaiyalal Sethia Award for Poetry on Tamil author and poet, Rajathi Salma
With two volumes of poetry, a short story anthology and two novels, several of which have been translated to other languages, Salma has made her mark as a distinctive literary voice
The 10th edition of AKLF was inaugurated in the presence of Anita Ratnam, Coonoor Kripalani, Indrani Dasgupta Paul and Priti Paul, the Director Apeejay Surendra Group among others
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