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#LetsCelebrate: Kolkata Literary Festival 2019 unveils new logo
Oxford Bookstore, Kolkata, recently organised a curtain raiser for the 10th annual Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) to be held from January 18 to 20 at four heritage sites of the city
#Sikh mistakenly blocked by Facebook and Instagram for months
The hashtag was blocked on March 7, apparently after their teams "inaccurately" reviewed a report
'007 is dead': Anthony Horowitz gives new life to James Bond in Forever And A Day
As far as Bond thrillers go, Forever And A Day, the 40th official novel in the James Bond Series, is set up like the mother of all Bond escapades
'A bit emotional': After second Booker, Margaret Atwood wins rare honour from Queen Elizabeth II
Winning her second Booker Prize, Margaret Atwood has received a rare honor from Queen Elizabeth II for her services to literature.
'A Louisiana treasure': Acclaimed novelist Ernest Gaines dies in his sleep at age 86
Novelist Ernest J Gaines, whose poor childhood on a small Louisiana plantation germinated stories of black struggles that grew into universal tales of grace and beauty, has died. He was 86.
'America isn't easy': It's a war of words between Aaron Sorkin and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook and its CEO Zuckerberg have recently been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, and the blows seem to keep coming
'Booker Prize is one big step for Evaristo, a giant leap for British women writers of colour'
Winning the Booker Prize is one big step for Bernardine Evaristo — and, she hopes, a giant leap for British women writers of colour.
'Books are tricky to adapt': Artemis Fowl star Josh Gad on Kenneth Branagh's big release
Hollywood star Josh Gad says adapting books for the screen is a tricky business.
'Clean dozen, in the books!': Eminem celebrates 12 years of sobriety
Rapper Eminem is celebrating 12 years of sobriety with a promise to grow stronger in his fight against addiction, and says he is not afraid about the road ahead.
'Disagreements keep families together': Smriti Irani at launch of Kaveree Bamzai's new book
Stressing that disagreement with parents does not tantamount to disrespect, Smriti Irani said that respecting diametrically opposing views was what kept families together.
'Experience was healing': Adhura actor Ishwak Singh on finding catharsis in craft, being a bookworm and more
Actor Ishwak Singh is on cloud nine with an impressive line-up of films and OTT shows. We catch up with the Paatal Lok star about choosing films over architecture, fulfilling dreams and lots more
'Facebook's Libra stablecoin cryptocurrency project has failed in its current form'
Libra, a cryptocurrency project championed by Facebook, has failed in its current form, according to the President of Switzerland.
'Fake from start to end': Akshay Kumar denies booking charter flight for sister, warns of legal action
He also warned that he is contemplating legal action against fake reports about him.
'Genius has moved on': Barack Obama, Beyonce and others react to Toni Morrison's death
Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, who transformed modern literature, has died.
'I made a mistake earlier as I judged a book by its cover, never thought I’d end up marrying Nick Jonas': Priyanka Chopra
However, Priyanka said Nick has surprised her on many occasions and that is why she even calls him Old Man Jonas or ‘OMJ’ because he is such an old soul.
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