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Jun 22, 2018
British-Indian author Preti Taneja wins Desmond Elliott Prize 2018 for novel We That Are YoungPreti Taneja's debut novel We That Are Young is inspired from Shakespeare's tragedy King Lear
Jan 18, 2018
Hindi poetry, Sanskrit shlokas and witty one liners: How different FMs tried to make budget speeches interestingAnnual budget in India is an eventful affair and it sparks heated national debate around the times of its release
Dec 06, 2017
Lucrece: Paul Goodwin's adaptation of Shakespeare's poetic drama is remarkably resonant in a post-Weinstein eraLucrece is a meditation on how little our society has grown in its treatment of women since Classical antiquity.
Dec 02, 2017
Shakespeare's Lucrece comes to Mumbai: Why the Bard's narrative poem feels so relevant todayPaul Goodwin hopes to make a powerful statement about violence against women in modern society with his new production based on Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece | #FWeekend
Nov 12, 2017
The Hungry, a Shakespeare adaptation, reinforces the Bard's sway over us allThe Hungry is a faithful recreation of the blood and gore of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus
Nov 02, 2017
CIA releases 4.7 lakh files seized during Osama bin Laden's killing: Hand-written diary points at disdain for WestThe CIA released a vast archive of Al-Qaeda documents, including Osama Bin-Laden's handwritten diary, seized in the deadly 2011 raid on his Pakistani compound.
Oct 20, 2017
The Hungry movie review: Naseeruddin Shah, Tisca Chopra enjoy a grey avatar in this thrillerIn The Hungry, an Indian adaptation of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, Naseeruddin Shah and Tisca Chopra go head to head as the heads of industrialist families
Oct 18, 2017
Riz Ahmed in talks to play Hamlet in upcoming Netflix adaptation of Shakespearean playThis adaptation of Hamlet, which may star Riz Ahmed, will be set in modern-day London, which faces economic and political uncertainty
Jun 27, 2017
UK school apologises after outrage on English assignment asking students to pen suicide notesAn English teacher in the United Kingdom asked over 60 teenage students to draft a suicide note for homework as part of a module on Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth, sparking outrage and prompting the school to apologise.
Mar 25, 2017
Yogi Adityanath's squad: If the 'anti-Romeo' label raises hackles, the word 'eve-teasing' should tooIf you think that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has cast a slur on Shakespeare’s Romeo by naming the police teams he formed to stop harassment of women, "anti-Romeo" squads, then think again.