Tata Lit Live cancels talk between Noam Chomsky, Vijay Prashad; author Roshan Ali withdraws in protest, citing sponsor interference
This move was preceded by an appeal made to the speakers by several activists, artists and academicians to boycott the festival since it is sponsored by the Tata Group.
Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest 2020: From Sudha Murthy to Howard Jacobson, authors and sessions to watch out for on Day 3
An evening session will feature Man-Booker Prize winner Howard Jacobson, in conversation with publisher Karthika VK about his book Live A Little
Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest 2020: On Day 2, focus on India’s economic slowdown, and literary bonus for kids
An evening panel discussion featuring Raghuram Rajan and Jayati Gosh on how to rescue the Indian economy will be one of the highlights of the day
Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest 2020: Ian McEwan to Shashi Tharoor, writers to look out for on Day 1
The festival will be inaugurated on the evening of 16 November, and will host eighty-three sessions, six performances, and multiple workshops.
The Friday List: From NCPA's tribute to Mahatma Gandhi to a discussion on Rajasthani miniature painting, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.
A look at the way history treated certain avant-garde women cartoonists in the years preceding World War I can answer several questions on why the modern feminist movement is met with still met with hostility.
Big Little Book Awards 2019: Priya Kuriyan wins best illustrator, Prabhat bags prize for best children's literature in Hindi
Since its inception in 2016, the Big Little Book Award chooses one language each year for the prize in keeping with its aim of recognising the work produced for children in Indian languages
Shanta Gokhale discusses writing her memoir, the complexities of translation, and the role of a critic
Earlier this month, the Tata Literature Live Festival conferred a lifetime achievement award upon Shanta Gokhale, recognising her long and distinguished career which includes Marathi novels, plays, translations, books on theatre and screenplays — to say nothing of a lifetime of journalism.
Tata Literature Live! 2019: Shanta Gokhale to be honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award; K Satchidananda is Poet Laureate
Gokhale and Satchidananda will be awarded for their work which has made a significant impact in the Indian literary field.
Tata Literature Live! 2019: Alexander McCall Smith, Anthony Horowitz to attend 10th edition of literary festival
McCall Smith, scheduled to attend the tenth edition of Tata Literature Live! is best known for his series, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency and has authored over a 100 books including The Sunday Philosophy Club series and The 44 Scotland Street series
Pillai's novel which bagged several awards including the Tata Literature Live! Best Debut (Non-fiction) Prize is a retelling of the life and work of Sethu Lakshmi Bayi, the last queen of the House of Travancore
Tata Literature Live 2018: On Day 4, the discussions get political with Arun Shourie, Priyanka Pathak-Narain, Lionel Shriver
The last day of Tata Literature Live ended on a political note. It’s hard to ignore what’s happening in the country at this moment and quite a few panellists used the stage to talk about it.
Ravish Kumar, Snigdha Poonam, Ashok Ferrey, among others feature on day three of the Tata Literature Live 2018.
Tata Literature Live 2018: Conversations about activism, leisure and India's diversity dominate on Day 2
Day 2 of Tata Literature Live saw Aruna Roy speaking about RTI and Robert Dessaix explaining why leisure is important
At the heart of both art and activism is the idea of vulnerability — of surrendering oneself and being fearless, said TM Krishna at Tata Literature Live!
'South Bombay’s liberals' — referred thus by two speakers — descended upon the gardens and AC halls of the NCPA to celebrate the Tata Literature Live! — the annual extravaganza dedicated to books and if lucky, controversies.
Tata Literature Live 2018: Festival's 9th edition honours Mark Tully, Jayanta Mahapatra, puts spotlight on gender issues
BBC India journalist Sir William Mark Tully willbe given the Lifetime Achievement award, and Jayanta Mahapatra has been declared Poet Laureate for 2018 at this year's Tata Literature Live
The 9th edition of Tata Literature Live! Mumbai Lit Fest shortlist includes acclaimed works such as All the Lives We Never Lived, Night of Happiness among others
At this year's edition of the Tata Literature Live!, Girish Karnad said, "Indian playwrights don't question their material, which is actually essential. Falling in love with your own material is another danger."
Tata Literature Live 2017: Girish Karnad felicitated with Lifetime Achievement Award in closing ceremony
Penguin Random House won the Publisher Of The Year Award in the closing ceremony of the Tata Literature Live 2017.