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Aug 21

My book exposes the systemic corruption that warps our democracy: Josy Joseph

New Delhi: From unearthing the unholy nexus between the underworld and politicians to the staggering might of middlemen, investigative journalist Josy Joseph

Human race facing question of survival: Karan Singh

New Delhi: Flagging the ongoing unrest inKashmir and the recent instances of caste atrocities, senior Congress leader Karan Singh has underlined the

‘One Indian Girl’: Chetan Bhagat’s new novel

New Delhi: Banker-turned-writer Chetan Bhagat who shot to fame with his debut novel, ‘Five Point Someone’ today announced the title of his upcoming

Grappling With Glory: India and its Wrestling tradition

Title: Enter the Dangal; Author: Rudraneil Sengupta; Publisher: Harper Sport (HarperCollins)                               Pages: 274; Price: Rs

Of oratory, diplomacy and pressure management

New Delhi: Imbibe great oratorical skills, know about the real politik of the modern world, get introduced to the concept of pressure management and flick

‘Tamil literature has a modern, vibrant idiom’

New Delhi: With a surge in translations of Indian literature into English, readers across the spectrum have been transcending the language barrier.From novels

Remarkable things regarding the World’s famous Punjabi writer Gurdial Singh

Prominent Punjabi writer, novelist and short story writer Gurdial Singh passes away. He was 83. He was one of the greatest writers of Punjabi literature and in

Book of stories not more than 140 characters long

New Delhi: When writer-illustrator ManojPandey began tagging his favourite authors like Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood and Teju Cole seeking their feeds to

144th birth anniversary of Aurobindo celebrated

Puducherry: The 144th birth anniversary of saint philosopher Aurobindo was today celebrated with a large number people from various parts of the country

Pakistan at 69: Perceptions, Prescripitions, and Prognoses

Whither Pakistan? The country, which turns 69 on Sunday, is far from being in a viable state. Vicious terrorists of various stripes not only run free and

PU professor revives writer of writers, Anton Chekhov

One of the greatest writers of short fiction in history, Anton Chekhov was a Russian playwright and short story writer during the late 19th and early 20th

Launch of Great Russian playwright ‘’Rang Chakhov’’

Chandigarh: A great collection of Russian playwright book ‘’Rang Chakhov’’ is launching by today, at studies auditorium of Panjab university by 3pm.

Pracheen Kala Kendra organized its 225th Monthly Baithak Programme

Pracheen Kala Kendra organized its 225th Monthly Baithak Programme here today at its Bhaskar Rao Indoor Auditorium, Sector 35-B, at 6:30pm onwards when Pune

R D Burman ‘hated’ composing disco songs

Legendary musician R D Burman, whose cabaret tunes still reverberate at pubs and discotheques, actually hated composing such songs and even believed that the

Adolf Hitler’s short-lived successor and his contribution (Book Review)

Karl Doenitz and the Last Days of the Third Reich; Author: Barry Turner; Publisher: Icon Books/Penguin India; Pages: 304; Price: Rs 599 Adolf Hitler is so

Anjan Dutta reinvents Hamlet

Kolkata: Shakespeare’s Hamlet has inspired award-winning director Anjan Dutta to recreate the intense drama on celluloid, though with a contemporary

Ex-SP recounts Hashimpura massacre issue

New Delhi:early 30 years since the Hashimpura massacre, the then superintendent of police of Ghaziabad district has come out with a book giving his version of

Manbhawan Singh’s punjabi film’Gelo’ is released today

Punjab: Gelo is an upcoming punjabi movie in punjabi indian language based on one of the famous punjabi novel Gelo written by doyen of Punjabi literature Ram

Taking Tamil ebooks to the world — for free By Frederick Noronha

Chandigarh:He publishes ebooks. He uploads millions of words to cyberspace — and he’s proud that he charges zilch for this, even though some of the