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2015/01/27 02:59
2015/01/27 02:59
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It was not always politics that inspired him. “Since childhood I do not remember wanting to do anything else except draw,” R.K. Laxman says in his autobiography, The Tunnel of Time. And he has done...
2015/01/27 02:59
2015/01/27 02:59
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2015/01/27 00:36
2015/01/27 00:36
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Share this page Laxman was well known for the cartoons featured by The Times of India newspaper Legendary Indian cartoonist RK Laxman has died in hospital at the age of 94 following multiple-organ...
2015/01/25 21:16
2015/01/25 21:16
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... author of Sri Lankan origin, Romesh Gunesekera who is on the Council of the Royal Society of Literature was at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival. Yogesh Pawar caught up with him to discuss his...
2015/01/23 19:51
2015/01/23 19:51
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They are tales of love and break-ups, separated by 2500 years. Euripides' Greek tragedy Medea and award-winning Iranian film A Separation are two new additions to this year's VCE English text list...
2015/01/22 12:15
2015/01/22 12:15
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The debate about form and content is ongoing and rightly so. For filmmakers every project requires us to understand the objectives of our work, gauge who the audience is, and reflect on the challenges...
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2015/01/18 21:16
2015/01/18 21:16
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Gandhi, pictured in 1931, favoured putting oneself in the place of the opponent. Photo / AP We had fish and chips at Judges Bay on a glorious sunny evening, that even as it was happening - salty,...
2015/01/18 06:28
2015/01/18 06:28
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Travelling for work: Michael Palin's later career The British were by no means the first travel writers, being beaten by various Greek and Arab scholars, Chinese and Japanese Buddhist monks and...
2015/01/17 23:11
2015/01/17 23:11
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India is a land of festivals, and during the last three or four years we have added one more festival to our calendar of delights - the literary festival. Kolkata has always had its book fairs and...
2015/01/17 12:59
2015/01/17 12:59
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There are writers and there are writers. One: the celebrity variety, whose faces are more recognisable than the covers of their books, who are pampered by their publishers, who earn invitations to all...
2015/01/16 11:00
2015/01/16 11:00
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All of yesterday, I’ve had my nose buried in Bilal Tanweer’s The Scatter Here is too Great. It’s a debut by a Pakistani author that did the rave-review circuit of the world’s major papers for its...
2015/01/14 10:30
2015/01/14 10:30
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The book is about a Sri Lankan man who escorts women Says Sri Lankan author Ashok Ferrey, whose latest novel borrows fleetingly from his own life experiences but veers off into a shocking...
2015/01/13 23:04
2015/01/13 23:04
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... Call' by Anthony Quinn (Jonathan Cape) R280 A deft nod to the elegant mysteries of the 1930s, à la Dame Agatha Christie, albeit one dressed up as a comedy of manners and mistaken intentions....
2015/01/13 18:09
2015/01/13 18:09
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The Lowell Sophisticated and understated with just a touch of opulence in the lobby (marble floors, gleaming mirrors) to suggest its status. Designer Michael S. White’s subtle interiors include...
2015/01/13 09:31
2015/01/13 09:31
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Acclaimed writer and Nobel Laureate VS Naipaul has spent much time traveling in and writing about Africa. But his views of the continent are ignorant and bigoted, like those of most foreign visitors...
2015/01/11 21:16
2015/01/11 21:16
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Gandhi, pictured in 1931, favoured putting oneself in the place of the opponent. Photo / AP We had fish and chips at Judges Bay on a glorious sunny evening, that even as it was happening - salty,...
2014/12/31 18:09
2014/12/31 18:09
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Dames are sometimes mother figures, but they are more often that now rather old-fashioned figure, the formidable aunt. Bertie Wooster was of course much afflicted by aunts; one feels his “good and...
2014/12/28 06:06
2014/12/28 06:06
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Major changes are coming to Cuba. And they're coming soon." The comment was made by Marc Frank, a U.S. national who has lived in Cuba over 20 years, and is married to a Cuban. Frank, a Reuters...
2015/01/27 02:59
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