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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
Nov 05, 2016
Shobhaa De: I will always remain a curious journalist, permanently in search of a storyWe caught up with Shobhaa De for a brief chat in the days leading up to Tata Literature Live! Mumbai LitFest, where she will be making an appearance
Oct 15, 2016
Amish Tripathi: In our culture, we've always believed that even the Gods cannot judgeBestselling author Amish Tripathi talks about the rise and rise of mythological fiction in India, his Shiva trilogy, the transition from being a banker to writing, and more
Jan 23, 2016
Intolerance and Section 377: Karan Johar's click-bait lines are perfectly timed for his upcoming biographySpeaking at the Jaipur LitFest on his upcoming biography An Unsuitable Boy, Karan Johar said: "I feel bound on every level, be it what I put out on the celluloid or what I say in print. I feel like there is always some kind of a legal notice awaiting me everywhere I go."
Jan 23, 2015
We've heard Modi talk but we need to see some action, says Shashi Tharoor at Jaipur LitFestTharoor has gotten into trouble with his party for appearing to not be "Opposition" enough to Modi. But at Jaipur LitFest he made it a point to attack Modi for not walking the talk.
Dec 06, 2014
'Lots of sizzle, where's the steak?' Here's PM Modi's six-month report cardWhat if someone told you 'Can Modi reboot the superpower dream' is the day's prime time debate on a news channel on TV?
Feb 07, 2014
On cosmopolitanism, Modi and AAP: A conversation with Homi Bhabha"I may be in a minority, but I find his polemical rhetoric personally intimidating. I don’t like that tone in politics – a tone of aggression, a tone of militancy."
May 29, 2012
Bhutan litfest: saved by geographyIt's hard to distinguish one litfest from another these days: the same old panels with the same old authors. But sometimes location can make a magical difference.
Jan 20, 2012
Beyond Rushdie: Nine questions from the Jaipur Literature FestivalDo glamour and literature make good bedfellows? Or should they stop hooking up? As Diggi Palace opens its doors to the Jaipur Literature Festival here are eight questions to think about. (None involve Salman Rushdie).
Nov 07, 2011
Siddhartha Mukherjee: I'm deeply suspicious of simple answersSiddhartha Mukherjee ruled the innovation debate at the Tata Literature Live ! Festival with his sheer bluntness and lucidity. To him, innovation is all about need, and not where it comes from.