Sunday, March 29, 2020

Gear up for India’s first online literary festival

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New Delhi-- While we have no other option other than to stay indoors during this period of quarantine and a nationwide lockdown, here is...

Indian novel’s story parallels deadly coronavirus outbreak

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New Delhi-- An Indian novel published in 2018 and set in various parts of Asia and Europe was uncannily prescient about the possibilities of...

Find what drives filmmaker Girish Kasaravalli, empathise with India’s isolated tribes, learn how to...

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By Vishnu Makhijani New Delhi-- Read about the journey of filmmaker Girish Kasaravalli, whose oeuvre is in Kannada but has a universal appeal, discover the...

Author Sohan Koonar’s ‘Lions’ trilogy could well be India’s ‘Gone With The Wind’

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By Vishnu Makhijani  New Delhi-- When eminent Canadian author M.G. Vassanji does the final edit of a book you can be sure it goes beyond...

Dry Fasting can empower the body, nourish the soul

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New Delhi-- In the olden days, people ate early because there was hardly any light after sunset. Their next meal would only be after...

Dry Fasting can empower the body, nourish the soul

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New Delhi-- In the olden days, people ate early because there was hardly any light after sunset. Their next meal would only be after sunrise....

Books: Ups and downs of Kudankulam n-plant, women bikers on an adventure, journey of...

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BY VISHNU MAKHIJANI New Delhi--Read about the storms that the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP), India's largest such facility, has had to weather; take a...

Self-help books, literature, and how they help us live

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By Manisha Aggarwal-Schifellite Harvard Staff Writer/The Harvard Gazette The New York Public Library recently reported that Dale Carnegie’s 1936 bestseller, “How to Win Friends and Influence...

Exploring the Ganga, unravelling India’s links to capitalism, a peep into the darkest secrets...

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BY VISHNU MAKHIJANI   New Delhi-- How long can the Ganga river sustain the 500 million people along its banks; study how capitalism functioned in India...

When Rajendra Kumar’s romance came alive in Ustad Bismillah Khan’s shehnai notes

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Mumbai--Music was always an intrinsic part of the numerous hits in the career of the late Rajendra Kumar, whose musical superhits in the fifties...
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