User: fredericknoronha Topic: Fiction
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Boyhood, friendship and the precarious state of democracy make the novel that is ‘The Cliffhangers’ 22.2.2020 Scroll.in
Iqbal’s debut novel unlocks unnamed fears that have become the norm in a highly communalised society.
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‘Writing the first chapter in my narrator’s voice was how I learnt who he was’: Deepa Annapara 22.2.2020 Scroll.in
An interview with the author of ‘Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line’, a debut novel.
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Australian author Ken Spillman on writing for children 21.2.2020 Hindu: Rx
Throughout his years of writing, Children’s author Ken Spillman has watched books for little ones change by leaps and bounds
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In Netflix film ‘Yeh Ballet’, two male ballet dancers find their feet and leap for the sky 21.2.2020 Scroll.in
Director Sooni Taraporevala describes how she revisited her 2017 documentary and transformed it into a feature film.
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‘You take a kernel of truth and blow it up’ 20.2.2020 Hindu: Fitness
Yeh Ballet, a Netflix original film, will bring us the extraordinary tale of two ballerinos from Maximum City
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Filmfare Awards 2020: Siddhant Wins Best Supporting Actor, Winners' List 15.2.2020 NDTV News - Latest
Filmfare Awards 2020: Akshay Kumar and Ranveer Singh performed at the awards
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Three things historical literature can teach us about the climate crisis 14.2.2020 Scroll.in
Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’ and Shakespeare’s ‘King Lear’, among others, tell us about our historical view of nature.
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'It's normal to get attracted to your colleagues' 12.2.2020 Rediff: GetAhead
An excerpt from Sara Naveed's book The World Between Us.
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Watch: How To Make Baby Corn Manchurian At Home 11.2.2020 NDTV Food - Latest
Be it the greasy noodles or sizzling chilly potatoes and manchurian, all of these with a bit of desi tadka have become commonplace across streets of India. You can make so many of these delicacies at...
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From the East to the West, how much is lost (and found) in translation? 9.2.2020 Scroll.in
Is translation really the act of ‘chewing a bite already chewed by someone else’ – or is there more to it?
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Manipur State Award for Literature 9.2.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Manipur State Award for Literature
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‘Shikara’ movie review: The romance triumphs over the history lesson 7.2.2020 Scroll.in
Vidhu Vinod Chopra explores the forced flight of Kashmiri Pandits in his first film in five years.
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Does Modi know how to fix the economy? 6.2.2020 Rediff: Business
Despite all of the PM's many strengths, it is increasingly clear that he does not necessarily have a coherent and clear worldview on matters of macro policy.
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Facts gave way to fiction in President's address, says Tharoor 5.2.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
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Ten and a half commandments for new writers (that go beyond the clichés) 4.2.2020 Scroll.in
Writing is no different from any other career. Here are some tricks of the trade.
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Bestselling US Author Mary Higgins Clark Dies At 92 1.2.2020 NDTV News - Latest
Best-selling American author Mary Higgins Clark, known by her fans as the "Queen of Suspense", has died aged 92, her publisher confirmed Friday.
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Bionic jellyfish? Yes, and they are here to help 31.1.2020 Reuters: Top News
It may sound more like science fiction than science fact, but researchers have created bionic jellyfish by embedding microelectronics into these ubiquitous marine invertebrates with hopes to deploy them to monitor and explore the world's oceans.
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5 exciting career options for budding writers 31.1.2020 Rediff: GetAhead
You can be a copywriter, novelist or a content writer and turn your hobby into a fruitful career.
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'What better exposition of Kalyug can there be?' 30.1.2020 Rediff: News
'The only loser is the tax payer who doesn't have a clue as to how his money is being used.'
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A scandal inside an American romance writers’ organisation reveals how deep the roots of racism run 29.1.2020 Scroll.in
It all started with a tweet by author Courtney Milan.
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