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Apurva Bhuta's novel

This author has combined history, fantasy, treasure hunting and science into one 'wondrous' book!

Apurva Bhuta has recently released his maiden fantasy novel titled, 'The Patriots’ Legacy: Forbidden Treasure,' and you won't believe how it all started out!

Published on 4th December 2019
Vihang A Naik

Poems on how to write poems: Why you should read this award-winning poet's latest book

His recent collection, Making a Poem, has been hailed by critics as intuitive, thoughtful and creative pieces that work together as a cohesive collection. Read more to understand his creative process

Published on 3rd December 2019
Sunandha Raghunathan

Why theatre artiste Sunandha Raghunathan believes that one's craft is the ultimate weapon to fight patriarchy

 An actor, writer and director, Sunandha believes that theatre in India is dominated by male representation that ignores the 'other' and wants to create a culture of feminist expression to counter it

Published on 2nd December 2019
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Now government school children in Kerala will get to interact with prominent artists, writers

Students with Talents programme introduces students to leading individuals in various fields like cinema, literature and science from across the state

Published on 28th November 2019
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Destination Ireland: Two-year stay-back option, scholarships and other reasons why you should study in the country

Making a case for Ireland as a destination for higher education, spokesperson of Education in Ireland Barry O’Driscoll highlights all the reasons why students should consider it

Published on 26th November 2019
BHU

BHU professors call for immediate annulment of Muslim prof in letter to President Kovind

They have called for the immediate annulment of the appointment of Feroz Khan to the Department and place him in any other Sanskrit teaching department of the University

Published on 25th November 2019
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We will not be silent if anything happens to Muslim prof: AMU students tell BHU's Sanskrit department

We hope that BHU maintains impartiality in the campus. We are closely watching the situation at BHU with regards to the Muslim Professor, says the AMUSU statement

Published on 19th November 2019
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How 27-year-old artist and teacher Prashant Parvataneni won the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize

Artist Prashant Parvataneni talks about using the beauty of poetry to understand identity — and how his work isn't meant to be apolitical. He also takes us through his journey 

Published on 13th November 2019
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Fiction should be also driven by some amount of reality: Bilal Siddiqi on Bard of Blood

Bilal Siddiqi, the young star writer of the Netflix web series Bard of Blood, tells us what inspired him to write such a good thriller and what he's got planned next — besides Netflix and what not

Published on 15th November 2019
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The Reshma Qureshi story: How this acid attack survivor went on to become an influencer

Reshma Qureshi recently presented a book written about her Being Reshma at the Bangalore Literature Festival 2019 and the challenging journey of her life moved the audience 

Published on 15th November 2019
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Kochi International Book Fest to begin on November 29

More than 300 publishers from all over the nation will be participating in the event. The 10-day event, which is organised by Antharashtra Pusthakotsava Samithi, is aimed at promoting reading

Published on 14th November 2019
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Institute only for Sanatan Hindus: BHU students protest Muslim professor's appointment to Sanskrit department

After Firoz Khan was appointed through the proper channels, students staged a sit-in protest for the entire day and asked for the appountment to be repealed immediately — but to no avail yet

Published on 8th November 2019
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We teach Dharma Vigyan not just Sanskrit: BHU professor on why students don't want Muslim guru

Research scholars and students of the department started a sit-in protest at Holkar Bhawan near the Vice-Chancellor's residence on the varsity campus from Thursday

Published on 8th November 2019
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Why student-poet Namitha Aby John's poems about depression make sense

Growing up, Namitha Aby John wants to teach English Literature, a subject that she loves. She shifted to Hyderabad in the year 2010 and has been peddling her  poetry trade ever since!

Published on 4th November 2019
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Crowning Glory: How this Mysuru salon has kept Kannada's literary tradition alive for 25 years

The salon has a collection of works by Kannada poets and writers on display for the customers to read while they get their haircut done

Published on 1st November 2019

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