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Oct 29, 2018
Bangalore Literature Festival 2018: #MeToo, the rise of Donald Trump dominate conversations on Day 2Day 2 of the Bangalore Literature Festival started off with a bang, as Shashi Tharoor spoke about his latest book
Oct 28, 2018
Bangalore Literature Festival 2018: Section 377 to Dalit politics, Day 1 brings insights to the foreThe 2018 Bangalore Literature Festival kicked off on the lawns of The Lalit Ashok on Saturday, 27 October, and Day One saw a lot of interesting sessions.
Oct 25, 2018
Jaipur Literature Festival responds to petition seeking strong stand on #MeToo, promises safe space for allThe organisers of the Jaipur Literature Festival have said that it condemns sexual harassment and gave details about its internal complaints committee.
Oct 24, 2018
Bangalore Literature Festival 2018: From panel discussions to much awaited LitMart, there is much to look forward toFrom the LitMart for aspiring authors to panel discussions on poetry, history, politics, crime and more, to discussions on the burning issues of the day and dedicated children’s literature specials, the 7th edition of the Bangalore Literature Festival has so much on offer
Oct 16, 2018
Bangalore Literature Festival turns seven: How a crowd-funded fest channeled a city's love of booksA crowd-funded literature festival soon to have its seventh edition is fearless about going where no one has gone. Here is what The Bangalore Literature Festival means to the city.
Oct 29, 2017
Bangalore Literature Festival: Twinkle Khanna wins Popular Choice AwardTwinkle Khanna bagged the Popular Choice Award at the sixth edition of Bangalore Literature Festival for her book The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad.
Oct 17, 2017
Bangalore Literature Festival 2017: Kanhaiya Kumar, Twinkle Khanna, Rahul Dravid part of lineupBangalore Literature Festival 2017 will take place on 28 and 29 October. Its lineup also includes Ramchandra Guha, Girish Karnad among others.
Dec 08, 2015
How the Bangalore Lit Fest was thrown off the rails by the chowkidars of literatureThe Bangalore Literature Festival is a centrist event that should have been welcomed for not being “one more of the same”. Instead the intolerance of the ‘liberals’ almost killed the event.
Dec 04, 2015
How the 'Intolerati' got the Bangalore Literature Festival: Sampath debate turns nasty ahead of LitFestThe spate of withdrawals and stepping-down associated with the Bangalore Literature Festival has sparked a verbal bloodbath in the media and on social media. Literary folks can be more expressive than most, and they are holding nothing back as they snipe, swipe, and take potshots at each other
Nov 29, 2015
Vikram Sampath steps down from Bangalore Literature Festival's organising committeeAfter four writers backed out of the Bangalore Literature Festival over their objections to statements he made, founder director Vikram Sampath has decided to step down from all his responsibilities at the Festival.