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Books  /  Published 27.07.20

Kritika Pandey on her short story prize

Jharkhand girl Kritika Pandey, a Pushcart-nominated writer and a graduate of the MFA for Poets and Writers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, brought pride for every literature lover by winn...
By Hia Datta in

Education  /  Published 27.07.20

Lockdown mantra

Every day, they spend over four hours on social media after online classes. No, they are not just looking for new friends but learning how to cultivate an alternative career. Post the pandemic, there...
By Chandreyee Ghose in

Books  /  Published 03.07.20

Pulitzer: win for Andrew Greer

Andrew Sean Greer knew he wanted to be a writer when he was 10 years old, writing a self-illustrated book for a class assignment. In 2018, he came out with his book Less, a comic tale of a 49-year-old...
By Shrestha Saha in

Opinion  /  Published 24.11.19

The luminescence of Nabaneeta Dev Sen

That Nabaneeta was an exceptionally gifted person was clear to everyone who knew her. It is wonderful that on this sad occasion, there have been plentiful tributes to her exceptional literary talents,...
By Amartya Sen in

People  /  Published 23.11.19

Shot In The Dark

The occasion is the 50th anniversary of Satyajit Ray’s film adaptation of Goopy Gayen Bagha Bayen. The documentary being screened is not on the writer, nor the director, nor any of the actors — al...
By Paromita Sen in

World  /  Published 22.11.19

Prequel to A Woman of Substance

Best-selling author Barbara Taylor Bradford has announced she is writing a prequel to her first and best-known novel, A Woman of Substance, which she once said had been ripped off by an Indian TV comp...
By Amit Roy in London

People  /  Published 13.07.19

We used to be so poor that rice was a luxury: Nalini Bera

Nalini Bera was awarded the Ananda Purashkar in 2019 for his novel, Subarnarenu Subarnarekha. The work is important for two reasons. First, it tells the stories of the most backward people of Bengal ...
By Prasun Chaudhuri in

Books  /  Published 13.06.19

Shakespeare: Transcending boundaries

In his poem “The Sun Rising”, John Donne uses two words to identify India: spice and mine. Donne’s 16th-century contemporaries would have made the same connection. Reorienting the discourse in t...
By Souvik Mukherjee in

Books  /  Published 31.01.19

I AM the latest Jeffrey Archer: Author to vendor

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By Ushnota Paul in

Food  /  Published 05.10.18

Nik Sharma's noted cookbook, like him, is woke

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