Modi’s silence on key issues baffling: Tharoor

JAIPUR-- The silence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on key issues of communal tension and violence is baffling for a leader who is hailed...

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...

Jaipur literature festival is open to all voices, Left and Right: Producer Sanjoy Roy

By Saket Suman New Delhi-- Dubbed as one of India's greatest such shows, the journey of the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) has been marked by...

After Karan Johar, Kajol takes on growing intolerance in India

JAIPUR-- After filmmaker Karan Johar's remark on growing intolerance in the country, actress Kajol on Saturday said there was "insensitivity" in India and that...

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...

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...

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...

Booker Prize winner flays Delhi airport

JAIPUR--Booker Prize 2015 winner Marlon James's first trip to India turned out to be a bitter one. The Jamaica-born writer poured out his woes...

Correct misconceptions about Partition to allow healing

By Vikas Datta JAIPUR-- Much of the toxic memories and legacies around Partition in 1947, which continue to create bad blood even seven decades later...

Writers should stay away from activism: Booker winner Marlon James

By Preetha Nair JAIPUR--Writers run the risk of didacticism if they turn into activists, says Marlon James, the first Jamacan to win the Booker Prize...
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