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DU Academic Council meeting: Council maintains paper on Ambedkar but alters title
The Academic Council of Delhi University (DU) met yesterday, May 26, and passed several resolutions and also dropped poet Iqbal from syllabus
DU Academic Council: Partition centre to be launched; Poet Iqbal dropped from curriculum
The Delhi University is expanding its research faculties by introducing a partition centre in contrast to the removal of a chapter of poet 'Iqbal'
Rupi Kaur's "Milk and Honey" among 11 banned books in US classrooms
The poet's book discussed variegated issues including LGBTQIA+, death, student health etc.
BHU Urdu Dept controversy: Committee formed to probe issue yet to release report, as students stoke storm
BHU spokesperson said that the department head has already apologised and won't be put on 'death row' even when the committee comes out with its report
Nature artist Manya Cherabuddi's poetry book is planet-friendly in every way possible, right down to its ink
Natural dye educator and consultant Manya Cherabuddi is now out with a book which is eco-friendly in every way possible, right down to its ink
"We are going to read what we read, no matter what," says poet Rebecca Vedavathy
Commenting on the police's absurd line of questioning with regards to the arrests made in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon case, the poet says they will continue reading what they read
How the pandemic turned this nine-year-old from Hyderabad into a published poet
Nitya Baldava loves reading, so poetry seemed like a natural transition. The Hyderabadi took to it like fish to water and continues to churn out poetry that is well beyond her age. Check it out...
97 Not Out: Why Terribly Tiny Tales' latest book never hit that century
Internet sensation Terribly Tiny Tales is back with their second book, ninety-seven poems and the founders, Anuj Gosalia and Chintan Ruparel, tell Seema Rajpal why it has exactly 97 poems and not 4000
Tribal writer Nunnavath Karthik's childhood poetry collection "Balder Bandi" incorporated into Andhra University course
The childhood poetry collection by the writer who goes by the pen name Ramesh Karthik Nayak was included in the University's MA Telugu Language and Literature Course
Why 18-year-old Hyderabad girl Maryam Fatima's poetry will stir your very soul
The Last Lecture, Life Is What You Make It, The Alchemist, Tuesdays With Morrie and of course, the Harry Potter series are among Maryam's favourite books
Feminist principles in poetry: Gender Studies icon Kamla Bhasin dies at 75
In 2017, Bhasin was honoured with the Laadli Lifetime Achievement Award for her work in women’s development in Asia spanning over 35 years
This English teacher in Telangana helped his pupils blossom into poets; here's what their new collection of poetry looks like
The book, written by 24 students of State Model School and Junior College in Nandipet, was recently released by Nizamabad's MLC, K Kavitha and Collector, C Narayana Reddy
What happened on December 10: What do Emily Dickinson and Marie Curie have in common?
From an enigmatic poet to the lady who gave us light in the dark. Also, the Nobel Committee in 1902 almost got itself cancelled for this massive oversight
English book by professors tracking the history of Kannada poetry to be out soon
The authors argue that medieval Kannada literature can be considered the richest period, in quality and quantity. They say this is due to its different politico-religious ideologies among other things
BHU's Urdu Department carries poster on FB with pic of pro-partition poet Allama Iqbal, sparks outrage
The poster was displayed on a Facebook page of the Urdu department of BHU. The picture of BHU founder Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya, was, however, missing from the poster
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