Is the bard an Indian playwright?
Session Types Archives:
Sight, Sound, Smell
The sense of a place.
Words Fall Short
The challenge of keeping up with sexual identities.
Caught In The Crosshairs
Launch of ‘The Silence and The Storm’ followed by a discussion about women in the conflict zone.
Stormy Weather Ahead
The forecast for the Indian economy.
Panelists : Ritu Dewan, Shinjini Kumar, Sucheta Dalal
Chair : Mini Menon
Bringing books to children.
The Killing Fields
Understanding the agrarian crisis in India.
Why is the novel more valued than the short story?
The corporate takeover of the newsroom.
Is it already too late to save the Earth?
Launch of An Extreme Love Of Coffee followed by Cafe Culture
The relationship between coffee and literature.
Netaji’s complicated legacy.
Is fiction a better way to tell history?
It’s Just Not Real : Why Cultural Appropriation Isn’t Cool
Why cultural appropriation isn’t cool.
The city and me.
The global rise of populism.
How to make profits ethically.
Book In Focus : Midnight’s Children
You had to be of an age to read Midnight’s Children in 1981 to understand its genius and explosive impact at that time, both in India and overseas. It won the Booker that year and got the Booker of Bookers in 2008. Close to 40 years after its release, a distinguished panel will discuss the […]