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WB govt organises grand poetry fest with 600 poets across seven venues in Kolkata

Seven renowned poets including Srijato Bandyopadhyay, Binayak Bandyopadhyay, Pranab Kumar Mukhopadhyay and Subhra Bose would be felicitated in the festival

Published on 4th March 2020
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With Love, Letters: Here’s how Terribly Tiny Tales is making letters trendy again

Terribly Tiny Tales’ latest offering comes in the form of a book called With Love, which is a collection of letters that are both heart-warming and gut-wrenching. Bring out the tissues, folks!
 

Published on 3rd March 2020
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Mr & Ms P talk about Puberty: Why Deepa Kumar's illustrated books are the bomb!

We speak to author Deepa Kumar, whose guide for girls and boys on puberty is extraordinary. She tells us why writing such books are important for parents and children in today's times
 

Published on 1st March 2020
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Kolkata Publishers and Booksellers Guild pays tribute to Vidyasagar with a special calendar

The calendar traces Vidyasagar's life's journey in a chronological order. The calendar curates the photocopy of the petition made by Vidyasagar for the remarriage of Hindu widows

Published on 14th February 2020
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Bengaluru theatre just got a shot of crowdsourced enthusiasm with The Last Page Collective

Are you interested in plays, dance, music or any other form of creative art? Then, the Last Page Collective is here to give you a stage to perform. Their next show Up Next! is happening this Sunday

Published on 5th February 2020
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Meet the people behind Bibliophiles of Bhubaneswar, Odisha's lit, new reading club

Bibliophiles of Bhubaneswar is a non-profit initiative based out of Bhubaneswar and is run by three passionate individuals. They don't charge participants to attend their sessions 

Published on 5th February 2020
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FM recites Kashmiri poet Dinanath Nadim during Budget. Here's what she said

Sitharaman said that she was reciting the poem because she was speaking today, under the guidance of the Prime Minister, for their 'pyare watan' or loving nation

Published on 1st February 2020
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How Yogesh Maitreya set up a publishing house to develop an anti-caste sensibility among India's young   

The writer and poet decided to set up his own publishing house after 'mainstream' publishing houses refused to publish his work. Thus Panther's Paw was born 

Published on 31st January 2020
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How artist Ayushee Ghoshal's latest spoken word slam ties together Sylvia Plath and Sita

Ayushee Ghoshal performed her most powerful piece yet, Patterns, at The Habitat Studios in Mumbai to speak about why toxic patterns need to be broken

Published on 24th January 2020
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Inspired by Banksy, these Jamia students are protesting with their graffiti on university walls

The longer the protest stretches the more people will start feeling disconnected and bored if they are not an active part of the protests themselves. This is one of the ways to keep them hooked on to

Published on 17th January 2020
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India is in the middle of a massive loss of indigenous literature and the wisdom that comes with it: Rohan Murty

Murty said that as consumers, parents often feel that Indian literature is a little gory and children cannot be allowed to read it without censorship

Published on 8th January 2020
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IIT-Kanpur launches inquiry into students reciting Faiz poem on campus in solidarity with Jamia

An IIT-K student sang the poem 'Hum Dekhenge' by Faiz, an eminent poet, against which a complaint was filed by Dr Vashimant Sharma, a temporary faculty member

Published on 2nd January 2020
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Delhi joins students at Jamia, Shaheen Bagh to welcome 2020 with Azadi Slogans

The people who had gathered outside the university ushered in the new year by singing the National Anthem. Students sang songs of protests, recited poems and spoke about their struggle

Published on 1st January 2020
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The youth does not believe in Modi: Why this 'frustrated' Jadavpur University topper tore the CAA on stage during convocation

Debsmita won the gold medal for topping her class and plans to take forward her start-up that academically analyses socio-political issues

Published on 24th December 2019
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Hyderabadi teen Srashta Vani Kolli just won a scholarship of Rs 50 lakh to study in NZ. This is how

Thanks to the Change the World Scholarship, Srashta Vani Kolli, who is from Hyderabad, will be spending as many as two semesters at the University of Wollongong in Wollongong, Australia

Published on 23rd December 2019

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