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Amitabha Bagchi wins DSC Prize 2019

'South Asia is now more omnipresent than ever before': DSC Prize 2019 lauds Amitabha Bagchi’s Half The Night Is Gone

Amitabha Bagchi’s novel Half The Night Is Gone emerged as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the coveted US $25,000 DSC Prize.

Published on 19th December 2019
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Celebrate Taylor Swift’s 30th birthday with some of the singer's most memorable quotes

Here's wishing the pop-star and musician of the decade a very happy birthday! 

Published on 13th December 2019
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Masaba x Rhea Kapoor’s collection encapsulates the duo’s views on sexuality and body positivity

Inspired in part by Neena Gupta’s look from the 1983 classic, Mandi, the collection is an ode to the sensuous charm of Masaba’s mother’s character in the movie, as well as icons of the late ’90s

Published on 13th December 2019
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‘Humour too relies on chaos’: A chat with Lucy Ellmann on her book, Ducks, Newburyport

Lucy Ellmann’s Ducks, Newburyport has quickly become the talk of literary circles, with ready comparisons being drawn to Virginia Woolf and James Joyce.

Published on 29th November 2019
Madhuri Vijay

Madhuri Vijay in for rare double, makes $25,000 DSC lit prize shortlist

Vijay, whose novel The Far Field is set against a complex personal story in the backdrop of the conflict in Kashmir in the 1990s

Published on 7th November 2019
Books from the Tortall Universe

Feminist fantasy author Tamora Pierce's Tortall Universe will soon become a TV series

Move over, Hunger Games!

Published on 4th November 2019
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Harold Bloom, noted author of Anxiety of Influence and Yale professor, dies at 89

Harold Bloom, whose seminal The Anxiety of Influence and melancholy regard for the old masters made him a standard-bearer of civilisation amid modern trends, died Monday at age 89.

Published on 15th October 2019
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Body positivity: young artist garners attention on Instagram for her frames

Her work has been shared on international handles like @feminist (2.7M followers) and @freeda (1.4M followers)

Published on 27th September 2019

Crowdfunding helps set up the world's first vagina museum in London

The museum aims to educate the visitors about vaginas while eliminating the stigmas surrounding them.

Published on 21st September 2019
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RIP: Paule Marshall, Brooklyn-born novelist of diverse influences, dies at 90

Paule Marshall, who drew upon classic and vernacular literature to narrate the divides between blacks and whites, men and women and modern and traditional cultures, has died at age 90.

Published on 16th August 2019

Kolkata's Range Gallery and ArtExposure celebrates Mexican icon Frida Kahlo

My Own Muse is a take on culture as an identity by 17 artists on the 112th birth anniversary of this icon  

Published on 5th July 2019
Chetan Bhagat

Chetan Bhagat swaps plotlines for real problems in his latest release, India Positive 

The author walks us through his new book, how to stay motivated and fatherhood

Published on 28th June 2019

A touch of silver: UK-based designer Ayush Kejriwal on how to age gracefully

UK-based designer Ayush Kejriwal speaks about embracing the ageing process gracefully  

Published on 28th June 2019
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Bollywood writers Siddharth and Garima on Kabir Singh and Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, Sunny Deol's son's debut film

Bollywood dialogue writers Siddharth and Garima feel that we are going through a phase of misplaced feminism

Published on 26th June 2019
Jameela Jamil

In a tell-all interview actress and activist Jameela Jamil talks about Hollywood, red carpets and why it's a good time to be brown

From playing the sassy Tahani Al-Jamil in The Good Place, which returns for its final season, to taking down those who promote unrealistic body standards, Jameela Jamil is making her voice heard.

Published on 14th June 2019

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