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Oct 28, 2017
Orhan Pamuk's The Red-Haired Woman reiterates his strong hold over melancholic oeuvreOrhan Pamuk's latest translated novel, The Red-Haired Woman, tells the story of Cem, a 16-year old student from Istanbul, apprenticed to a traditional well-digger
May 17, 2016
Han Kang becomes first South Korean to win Man Booker fiction prize for 'The Vegetarian'South Korean author Han Kang won the Man Booker International Prize for fiction Monday with 'The Vegetarian', an unsettling novel in which a woman's decision to stop eating meat has devastating consequences.
Apr 14, 2016
Elena Ferrante, Orhan Pamuk up for Man Booker International PrizeElusive Italian author Elena Ferrante and Turkish Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk are among six finalists for the Man Booker International Prize for fiction.
Mar 10, 2016
Orhan Pamuk, Kenzaburō Ōe among others in longlist for Man Booker International Prize 2016Nobel prize-winner Orhan Pamuk and pseudonymous Italian author Elena Ferrante are in the running for the Man Booker International Prize 2016
Feb 24, 2016
Modi government failed to prevent incidences of communal violence: Amnesty InternationalAmnesty International has joined a growing international chorus accusing India of supporting a climate of intolerance by cracking down on dissent through arbitrary arrests, caste-based discrimination, extrajudicial killings and attacks on freedom of expression
Feb 17, 2016
'Genuinely concerned about the future of India': Chomsky, Pamuk, 87 others write in support of JNU studentsAs the political divide on the issue escalated sharply, some of the most eminent professors and intellectuals from around the world expressed their solidarity with JNU students.
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).