The problem with Indian publishing: State apathy, sales-driven editorial strategy, lack of accurate data
Indian publishing, dominated by education and struggling to function through a lack of data, suffers the consequences of a state hostile to publishing and apathetic to the dissemination of knowledge.
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2019: Pulitzer Prize-winners Colson Whitehead, Andrew Sean Greer to speak on Day 1
Keeping in tune with the focus of the 12th edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival — all things science — the keynote address at the inaugural session will be delivered by the structural biologist and Nobel laureate, Sir Venki Ramakrishnan on The Role of Science in Today's World
Kolkata Literary Festival 2019: A session with Ravish Kumar, panel on modern dating spark discussions on Day 2
The second day at the Kolkata Literary Festival featured conversations about the MeToo movement and magic
Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2018: Nayantara Sahgal, Soha Ali Khan, Kiran Nagarkar enthrall audiences
The Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival had something for everyone, from discussions on cinema, the environment and even Lucknowi cuisine | #FirstCulture
Campus section dominated the second day of the International Documentary and Short Film Festival, Kerala with films like Bleeding Hearts and Arrow of Time.
So power wins again. Why should this be surprising? As women, we know by now that our protests will not be taken seriously, our complaints will be dismissed.
Publisher Urvashi Butalia has refused to head Tehelka's internal complaints committee set up to probe sexual assault allegations against its editor Tarun Tejpal, saying it was now not needed as the case was being investigated by police.
Tehelka Editor Tarun Tejpal on Friday faced possible arrest after Goa Police booked him for rape following an allegation by a journalist colleague that he sexually assaulted her during an event a fortnight ago.
Tehelka's Managing Editor Shoma Chaudhury said the complaints committee, headed by publisher Urvashi Butalia, will investigate the matter.
Entitlement itself has become an aspiration for ever growing numbers, the ultimate gated complex we want to live in. It is the Number 1 reason one wants to get filthy rich (or even middle class) in rising India.