ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2019: Kapil Sibal, Salman Khurshid, Sagarika Ghose to discuss liberalism on last day
On the last day of the Jaipur Literature Festival, Sohaila Abdulali, author of What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape, and journalist Namita Bhandare will be addressing the issue surrounding violence against women
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2019: Award winning authors Ben Okri, Markus Zusak among speakers on Day 2
At Jaipur, notable author Markus Zusak of the bestselling novel, The Book Thief and Nobel laureate Sri Venki Ramakrishnan are among the many notable figures in literature and science who will be present on the second day of the annual literary extravaganza
BNP is Bangladesh’s BJP, Hindus have no option but to vote for the Awami League, says civil society leader Rana Dasgupta
Whenever Bangladesh prepares to vote in its parliamentary elections — as it will once more on 30 December, its religious minorities slip into acute anxiety and fear
The JCB Prize 2018 winner Jasmine Days is the story of a young Pakistani woman who witnesses the 2011 Arab Spring while working a radio jockey in a West Asian country
JCB Prize for Literature long-list announced; Empire, Jasoda, Half the Night is Gone among selected works
The JCB prize will be announced on 27 October. It was established in 2018 to honour distinguished fiction written or translated into English by Indian authors
Indian and Bangladeshi security and intelligence agencies must work in very close coordination to stem the growing influence of IS in Bangladesh as evident by frequent killings.
Commonwealth Prize winning writer Rana Dasgupta says writing about Delhi too often harkens back to Mughal nostalgia. His big book on Delhi, Capital, is about the city he inhabits - corrupt, clubbish, colonial yet magnetic.