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May 27, 2018
Hilary Mantel, Michael Ondaatje, George Saunders among contenders for best Man Booker Prize winnerBritain’s Hilary Mantel, Canada’s Michael Ondaatje and American author George Saunders are among five contenders for the title of greatest-ever winner of the prestigious Man Booker Prize for fiction.
Dec 07, 2017
25 years since Babri demolition: It is important to recall and engage with injuries of the past to heal the presentA few writers and thinkers who have been brave enough to shed light on the unwritten histories have been branded and labeled into neat little compartments, notwithstanding their considerable achievements in own fields.
Oct 02, 2017
Gandhi Jayanti highlights: Mahatma believed intolerant people focus on matters away from spiritualityLike the life of Mahatma Gandhi. Poetry, prose or drama; fiction or nonfiction — Gandhi is everywhere.
Mar 23, 2015
ISIS, the Fourth Reich: VS Naipaul calls group 'most potent threat to the world'V.S. Naipaul calls ISIS most potent threat to the world
Sep 10, 2014
VS Naipaul, Eleanor Catton to attend Jaipur lit festArray
Dec 27, 2012
The year in literary feuds (And 5 rules to make a good feud)There's nothing like a good feud to make a lit fest come alive. Forget the year in books. Here's the year in literary feuds and what they reveal about what you need to cook up a rip roaring literary catfight.
Nov 10, 2012
Now, Girish Karnad calls Tagore 'second-rate playwright'After his public criticism of VS Naipaul, writer-actor Girish Karnad has kicked up a fresh storm by calling Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore a "second-rate playwright".
Nov 09, 2012
The importance of VS Naipaul's 'Islamophobia'V S Naipaul's critics condemn him for nurturing a vehement antipathy towards Islam. But is that also means to reconstructing a cultural history with more clarity?
Nov 03, 2012
The utter boorishness of Girish Karnad's secularismIn the name of secularism, can Girish Karnad take his audience and hosts for granted?
Nov 01, 2012
Naipaul says he won't write about India any moreNobel laureate VS Naipaul has flatly declared he would no longer write about India or its people, giving a shock to the who's who of Mumbai's literary circles and glitterati at the ongoing five-day literary festival here.