A rich, magical tale of belonging and identity, love and trauma, nature and renewal, from the Booker-shortlisted author of ’10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World’.
After seeing Captain Tania Shergill leading a contingent in the Republic Day Parade, she decided that it was time to write the book.
Subhadra Kumari Chauhan’s nationalistic poem ‘Jhansi ki Rani’ is widely regarded as one of the most recited poems in Hindi literature.
New research shows how reading books can help young people escape from their sources of stress, find role models in characters and develop empathy.
Satpathy, 55, will receive a cash award of Rs 5 lakh along with a citation in the 42nd Sarala Puraskar, the trust said in the release.
With an ever-growing library of serials, Bynge’s collection Includes romance, history thriller, fantasy, self-help, non fiction, among other genres. It is currently available in Hindi and Tamil and will soon be available in other Indian languages.
Published by Bloomsbury Publishing India, ‘For the Greater Common Good’ brings together the author’s varied perspectives, gathered in around one and a half decade of eclectic global experience on International Development at the intersection of public-private-social sector.
The 66-year-old poet was taken to Beleghata ID and BG Hospital on Sunday night as he was suffering from high fever, he said
Ghosh, who suffered from several comorbidities, was hospitalised a few months ago due to deterioration of his health condition.
In a letter to the chief minister on Saturday, the Patna Chapter of the Delhi-based NGO, has also fervently appealed to not demolish fully or partially any other heritage buildings that may fall on the route of a proposed elevated corridor on the historic Ashok Rajpath, from Kargil Chowk to NIT More.
Anil Dharker’s interest in the medium of television led to him becoming President of Dalal Street Journal’s channel India TV, then poised to take off. He was later briefly Creative Director of the Zee Television Network and Chairman of Kaarnik Communications, a TV software company.
World Poetry Day falls on March 21st. The purpose of this holiday is to promote the writing, reading, teaching and publishing of poetry throughout the world.
World Poetry Day is celebrated each year on March 21
This is the second biography of Karunanidhi to hit the stands in the last 12 months after “Karunanidhi – The Definitve Biography” (Juggernaut) by noted Tamil journalist and author Vasanthi.
Bhatta has been household name through his bhavageetes (lyrical poems), and is known for his contribution of modern Kannada poetry, critical works and translations.
This will be the fourteenth NIF Annual Lecture, which was renamed in 2019 to the ‘Girish Karnad Memorial Lecture’ in honour of the late multi-lingual scholar and playwright.
By Sukant Deepak Stressing that author and journalist Sandeep Bamzais recently released book ‘Princestan: How Nehru, Patel and Mountbatten Made India manages to unearth multiple facets of the period between 1945 and 1947, Congress MP and writer Jairam Ramesh said that though history tells us that the British transferred power[Read More…]
A contemporary look at this aspect can be found in legendary journalist Bob Woodward’s “Rage”, his second book on the maverick presidency of Donald Trump.
Yet another sad news from the industry flood in, renowned Malayalam poet, activities Sugathakumari passed away earlier this day due to covid-19 complications at Thiruvanthram aged 86.
Commentaries on his current Urdu ‘divan’ collection of poetry) have produced a field of critical writing that eventually lead to the crafting of a critical lens with which to view the classical ghazal.
Awards functions, and the publicity encompassing them, are not just an approach to reward writers for all their persistent effort, they (also) acquaint new readers with their books.
Harivansh Rai Bachchan was an Indian poet of the Nayi Kavita literary movement (romantic upsurge) of early 20th century Hindi literature.
Scottish writer Douglas Stuart’s “Shuggie Bain” was on Thursday evening named the winner of the 50,000 pounds 2020 Booker Prize for Fiction.
As the world embraces a new digital idiom, the power of books, ideas and discourse is vital and invigorating, as is the importance of ensuring a free flow of knowledge and information.
Anand Neelakanthan has authored seven works of fiction in English and one in Malayalam and two prequels of the hugely successful “Bahubali” movies, with a third one on the way, and has now ventured into the genre of children’s books.