Literature

Women's Leadership Summit, AMU: Breaking the shackles off

Women’s Leadership Summit, AMU: Breaking the shackles off

By: FAUZIA BANO and SYED TASMIYAH ANDRABI On the concluding day of the very first and impressive Women’s leadership summit, the penultimate panel was taken by University’s Debating and Literary Club’s Secretary, Ansab Amir, who conducted a workshop on Public Speaking, something which many students struggle with.  He began with[Read More…]

AMU Women’s College Students’ Union announces list of speakers for Women Leadership Summit 2019

AMU Women’s College Students’ Union announces list of speakers for Women Leadership Summit 2019

AMU, Aligarh: Afreen Fatima, the president of Women’s College Students’ Union (WCSU) of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), in a first, is organizing a Women Leadership Summit in the varsity. The three-day long summit, entirely student run and without corporate sponsorship, will host a plethora of women activists, lawyers, politicians, entrepreneurs,[Read More…]

London Book Fair's India Pavilion focuses on Mahatma Gandhi

London Book Fair: India Pavilion focuses on Mahatma Gandhi

London: With a special focus on Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary, the India Pavilion at the ongoing London Book Fair is displaying the digitised version of the ‘Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi’ and titles on Indian culture, history and folklore. An interactive digital media experience on life and times of[Read More…]

AMU Literary Festival announces 2019 schedule - check complete list

AMU Literary Festival announces 2019 schedule – check complete list

Aligarh: Aligarh Muslim University has released the schedule of the 5th edition of the AMU literary festival. While literary festivals have mushroomed around the country and are largely corporate sponsored, It is the only student run literary festival in the country. University students manage everything, from PR, content generation, video production, logistics, hospitality arrangements.[Read More…]

Renowned Hindi author Namwar Singh dead

Renowned Hindi author Namwar Singh dead

New Delhi: Renowned Hindi author and critic Namwar Singh, a recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award, has died here, his family members said on Wednesday. He was 92. He died on Tuesday night at the All India Institute of Medical Science’s Trauma Centre. Writer-journalist Om Thanvi said that Singh’s cremation[Read More…]

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