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What is pseudo-nationalism?

What is pseudo-nationalism? An interesting compilation of essays on different connotation of Nationalism by some of the finest thinkers and writers of our time has been brought out by Aleph Book Company. With the brilliant articles of Romila Thapar, A. G. Noorani and Sadanand Menon, the book deals with different aspect of Nationalism as what … Continue reading What is pseudo-nationalism?

Malala becomes a millionaire now

Her international best-selling book and lecture tours have made Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai and her family millionaires, says a new report. A firm set up to handle cash said Malala has £2.3million in its coffers. A company set up to protect the rights to her life story had £2.2 million in the bank by last … Continue reading Malala becomes a millionaire now

The harm Narasimha Rao did continues to extract heavy toll: VP

The Vice President of India, M. Hamid Ansari has said that the good that Narasimha Rao did to the country lives after him; the harm too lives on and continues to extract a heavy toll. He was addressing the gathering after releasing the book ‘Half-Lion’ authored by  Vinay Sitapati, here today. The Vice President said … Continue reading The harm Narasimha Rao did continues to extract heavy toll: VP

Rohzin: A monologue to soul

Rohzin: A monologue to soul By Moid Rasheedi It is quite difficult to differentiate between outer and inner phenomenon in any creative piece of literature due to interwoven textual complexities. If a novel discusses history, religion, culture and society in specific perspectives, it means writer is not going to open secrets hidden in the ontology … Continue reading Rohzin: A monologue to soul

South Korean author Han Kang wins Booker International Prize

South Korean author, Han Kang, has won the 2016 Man Booker International Prize for her novel ‘The Vegetarian’. It tells a story of a wife who decides to become a vegetarian. The decision provokes cruelty from her husband, and from her father, and obsession from her sister’s husband, as the woman, Yeong-hye, dreams obsessively about … Continue reading South Korean author Han Kang wins Booker International Prize

Famous US writer Harper Lee dies at 89

Harper Lee, one of America’s most celebrated novelists whose masterpiece “To Kill a Mockingbird” was read by millions worldwide, has died at the age of 89. The Pulitzer-winning author evaded the spotlight for decades and spent her final years living in seclusion in Monroeville, Alabama, where she was born in 1926. US President Barack Obama … Continue reading Famous US writer Harper Lee dies at 89

Babri Narasimha Rao’s biggest failure, Never aspired for PM, says Prez Mukherjee latest book

TIA NEWS / President Pranab Mukherjee has held former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao fully responsible for the demolition of Babri mosque in 1992, which triggered communal violence across the country. In the second volume of his memoir – The Turbulent Years: 1980-96 – President Pranab Mukherjee, said PV Narasimha Rao’s biggest failure was his … Continue reading Babri Narasimha Rao’s biggest failure, Never aspired for PM, says Prez Mukherjee latest book

Volume II of memoirs of President Pranab Mukherjee released

  AMN / Vice President of India, Mohd. Hamid Ansari today released the second volume of memoirs of President of India, Pranab Mukherjee titled “The Turbulent Years – 1980-1996”  at a function held in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Speaking on the occasion, the President said: “He has had the good fortune to be a witness and, sometimes, … Continue reading Volume II of memoirs of President Pranab Mukherjee released

Govt frames New Business Policy for Publications Division

The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting has framed a new business policy for Publications Division with the objective to streamline business practices in line with the contemporary trends prevailing in publications industry. One of the key highlight of the policy includes promoting online readership by pricing the digital version of the publication at 75% the … Continue reading Govt frames New Business Policy for Publications Division

Book Review: Art of News Reporting

Andalib Akhter / If Journalism is often a routine affair that requires learning things on daily basis, this e-book. ‘News Reporting – Made Easy@nirendelhi.com’ can provide some of the answers. Students of journalism often get confused when they go out for jobs in the industry when no one asks them ‘What is News.’ Rather they are … Continue reading Book Review: Art of News Reporting

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Mallya case: India gives fresh set of documents to UK

AMN India has given a fresh set of papers to the UK in the extradition case of businessman Vijay Mallya. Ex ...