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The Kanhaiya Kumar Interview: 'We live so we can defeat fear'

'It used to sound very strange.''That the same child who used to sing Jana Gana Mana the loudest in class, who celebrated August 15 and 26th January with such fervour and who has always nurtured......

Nobel for Dylan an insult to all great writers: Ruskin Bond

Eminent writer Ruskin Bond on Friday said the decision to award the Nobel Prize for Literature to singer-poet Bob Dylan was “not a right one” and is an “insult” to all the......

'Everyone wants Ambedkar'

'Ambedkar's ideas have their own teeth -- if you don't have an appetite for them, you can't swallow them.' "Everyone wants Ambedkar and everyone has his own Ambedkar -- like a saffron, red or blue......

When Amitav Ghosh issues a warning, it's time to listen

'We know many things are going to happen.'People should be preparing for sea level rise, for increased cyclonic activity, for drought.''One reason I wrote the book is to alert people to the......

Mahasweta Devi - a voice of the oppressed

The 91-year-old, who died on Thursday, went beyond her role as a writer to help tribals in organising themselves in groups so that they could take up development activities in their own areas. A......

Infosys Science Foundation honours winners

The Infosys Science Foundation on Tuesday awarded winners of the Infosys Prize 2011 in recognition of their outstanding achievements and contributions in scientific research.Former President A P J......

Indian poor pay Rs 470 crore bribe for basic services

Ranging from Rs. 1 to Rs. 950, rural households in the country could have paid a whopping Rs. 471.8 crore (Rs. 4.718 billion) last year as bribe to avail basic facilities such as ration, health,......

Infotech in 2020: The $300 billion question

From $4 billion in 1998 to its worth of over $60 billion today, the information technology and IT-enabled services industry has become a major driver of India's economic growth story. A......

Delhi's Bengali power forms a Bong Connection

The murmurs of a resurgence of Bengali intelligentsia are getting louder on the Capital's Raisina Hill. So, when Tarun Das, ex-chief mentor of the Confederation of Indian Industry, and Shekhar......

Closing a loan is vital! How to do it right

For most people, paying off the last instalment is the end of any loan. But that's not enough. For any line of credit that you take from a financial institution, a loan account is opened in your......

A new Sanskrit wave

A cow that speaks, a question on patriarchy and the story of a 17th-century poet -- Sanskrit filmmakers are finding new ways to revive the 'dying' language. IMAGE: Rajesh Hebbar and Pratheeksha......

'With the National Award, Priyamanasam is vindicated'

'I didn't get any recognition in Kerala for this film and it has definitely hurt me. When the whole world is celebrating the return of Sanskrit, my state is busy ignoring it.' Vinod Mankara talks......

Pix: Bollywood stars love watching cricket

Films and cricket cross paths every now and then. Actors have always taken keen interest in this sport through their Twitter feeds, buying IPL teams or even because of romantic involvements. And of......

Charlie Sheen back on Two And A Half Men?

CBS boss Les Moonves is reportedly trying to bring Charlie Sheen back on the hit TV sitcom Two And A Half Men. According to a source, Moonves was determined to bring the show back and was in......

'What's the big deal in using the word 'Saali'?'

With dynastic politics assuming grander proportions in a nation of billion-plus people, sons of politicians usually follow in their father and grandfather's shoes. Yet, there are exceptions.......

DRS should be standardised everywhere in the world: Tendulkar

'There was no uniformity. When you play Test cricket, there are certain things (which) need to be standardised everywhere in the world and when DRS is actually now as good as part of,......

Wisden Almanack completes 150 years

Readers of The Cricketer's Almanack in 1864 could study the phases of the moon, the dates of the English Civil War and the past winners of the Oaks, the Derby and the St Leger. Of more pressing......

Suresh Saraiya, one of the best-loved radio commentators

Haresh Pandya pays tribute to noted radio commentator Suresh Saraiya, who passed away in Mumbai on Wednesday following a heart attack. July 18, 2012, turned out to be a sad day for Hindi cinema and......

Images: India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test, Day 4

Sri Lanka, requiring 322 runs to make India bat again, got off to a disastrous start, as Harbhajan Singh struck in the morning session, claiming the wicket of the dangerous Tillakaratne Dilshan.......
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J. Everett Prewitt Receives his Fifth Award for his Novel, A Long Way Back

PRWeb 2016-12-03 The Independent Publishers of New England announced that A Long Way Back, by J. Everett Prewitt, was a first place winner... ...

http://www.bizwireexpress.com/showstoryPRWeb.php?storyid=565570
An IT professional from Bengal with many tales up his sleeve

Bengaluru: For as long back as he can remember, fiction writer and translator, Bhaskar Chattopadhyay wanted to tell stories. Hailing from the... ...

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/031216/an-it-professional-from-bengal-with-many-tales-up-his-sleeve.html
A conversation with Martin Amis

The writer on people losing their grip on reality and voting Donald Trump, the shrinking space for literary culture, and why he does not read... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/5zJiX0HYDYnfbZWwDEIi8H/A-conversation-with-Martin-Amis.html
Veeramamunivar, word for word

A research project in Tiruchi is aiming to bring the Jesuit priest's authoritative lexicon Satura-aharadi to the digital world Deep in the wombs... ...

http://www.thehindu.com/books/Veeramamunivar-word-for-word/article16742288.ece?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=RSS_Syndication
Mountain highs

A feast of good writing on the great mountains, to be tucked into at leisure. Picture for representation. Photo: Reuters Over three-quarters... ...

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/himalaya-adventures-meditations-life-ruskin-bond-namita-gokhale/1/823787.html

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