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Jan 20, 2017
UP election 2017: RSS' Manmohan Vaidya does a Mohan Bhagwat, gives ballistic ammunition to BJP rivalsIn one single stroke, Vaidya has potentially done more harm to the BJP and to its social constituency in SCs, STs and OBCs than the combined might of SP, BSP and Congress could have done.
Jan 19, 2017
Jaipur Literature Festival 2017: India's biggest literary event to be kicked off by Gulzar, Anne WaldmanThe Jaipur Literature Festival will be inaugurated by Gulzar, Anne Waldman, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Thursday
Jan 14, 2017
Delhi Book Fair 2017: The Indian Publisher seems to be pursuing buyers, not readersThe Indian publishing scene seems bent on establishing buyers, rather than establishing readers. This is very evident at the Delhi Book Fair as well
Dec 26, 2016
10 art and culture fests that should be on your must-attend list for 2017From art to literature and films, these are the festivals and events to attend in 2017
Dec 21, 2016
RSS makes debut at Jaipur Lit Fest: Using political clout to settle ideological scores is problematicSo, this year, the RSS is making its debut at the JLF. And some of the regulars, the ones who led the award-wapsi campaign, are out.
Nov 26, 2016
From NH7 to Nariyal Paani, Jaipur LitFest: Culture buffs, these are the events to attendNH7, Sunburn, Nariyal Paani: over December and January, there's a whole host of live events to look forward to, whether it's music, art of literature you're interested in. Take your pick.
Jan 31, 2016
Jaipur LitFest 2016: Fear and loathing in a sea of prose, poetry and tea (real or imagined)Once every year, book-lovers from around the world gather in Jaipur like a cult gathering for some sacred annual ritual. This year I went to the city to cover this ritual, the "world's largest free literature festival", the Jaipur Literature Festival.
Jan 25, 2016
'One minister cannot represent 2 mn people': Shashi Tharoor claims Parliamentary system ill-suited for IndiaShashi Tharoor said India was stuck with the Parliamentary system as it was conditioned to look at the British as "embodiment of everything".
Jan 23, 2016
Delighted! Noted author Ruskin Bond joins Twitter during Jaipur Lit FestNoted author Ruskin Bond, who has kept himself aloof from social networking sites like Facebook, has finally opened an account on Twitter.
Jan 23, 2016
'No intolerance in Bollywood': At JLF, Kajol suggests people seem to be oversensitive these daysChoosing to play down the intolerance debate in India, actress Kajol on Saturday said there are no such dividing lines in Bollywood.