Tuesday, July 7, 2020

My mother is the reason I’m here now: Anuradha Roy

Jaipur--Man Booker Prize nominated novelist Anuradha Roy said on Sunday that her mother is the reason that she is here -- known on the...

Major international authors eye Indian publishing market

By Saket Suman Jaipur-- India's vibrant publishing market is attracting major international bestselling authors, who say that there is a great potential for their books to...

Jaipur Literature Festival comes of age, time to get over ‘darlings of social media’

By Saket Suman Jaipur-- Hollywood heartthrob Angelina Jolie had once expressed her disagreement over the age-old saying: "What doesnt kill you makes you stronger", and...

Literature, Technology, Media and Society

By Vikas Datta Jaipur-- Its media may change, it may superficially seem to have lost its adherents to lack of time and attention, or not...

Take back Hinduism: Tharoor, Nayantara Sahgal speak it out loud at Jaipur Literature Festival

By Saket Suman Jaipur-The third day of the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival witnessed several hard-hitting sessions that addressed the burning issues of nationalism and Hindutva...

Disappointed with Bollywood songs demeaning women: Prasoon Joshi

By Vikas Datta Jaipur-- Acclaimed lyricist, screenwriter and ad guru Prasoon Joshi is "disappointed" with both Bollywood songs demeaning women as well as the common...

Trump’s victory no disruption, but system’s attempt to preserve itself

By Vikas Dutta Jaipur--Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election, deemed the biggest disruption among a string of similar unprecedented, unexpected developments, is actually...

The Foreign Correspondent – a vanishing breed?

By Vikas Datta Jaipur-- With social media, intended to bring people around the world closer, ironically serving as instrument of the backlash against globalisation, one...

Does the Indian Constitution need a revamp? No, rule legal experts

By Vikas Datta Jaipur--Does the rise of judicial activism, the conflict between the judiciary and the executive and the inability of parliament to properly carry...

So-called experts behind all problems, don’t trust them: Uncertainty, randomness guru

By Vikas Datta Jaipur-- People would be better of trusting experts like dentists and plumbers, and even rickshaw-pullers rather than economists or bureaucrats, whose incompetence...
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