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The great divide
DNMUM381383 | 1/16/2017 | Author : Yogesh Pawar
Software engineer Raghav Iyer is startled every time the phone rings. His septuagenarian father Balasubramanian and 65-year-old wheelchair-bound mother Meenakshi, weep as he recounts the nightmare his life’s been reduced to since the last two years.“Ever since my 28th bi...
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How to make the most of JLF
DNMUM381296 | 1/15/2017 | Author : Amrita Madhukalya
Wondering what s on offer at Jaipur this year? Amrita Madhukalya maps some must-sees and must-dos so you can maximise your time at the literary MeccaThe annual literary pilgrimage is upon us and there is just one way to negotiate the five-da...
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A festival is born
DNDEL1722 | 1/15/2017 | Author : Gargi Gupta
From 7,000 visitors in 2008 to the four lakh expected this year, the Zee-Jaipur Literature Festival has grown from small beginnings to being a mega carnival of ideas that has put the city on the global literary map. Gargi Gupta talks to Sanjoy Roy, one of the...
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Beyond the words
DNMUM381343 | 1/15/2017 | Author : Pratik Ghosh
It’s been a decade of many highs and a few lows, which have together made Zee-JLF the ‘Kumbh mela of literary fests’ that it is today. Here’s a brief look at some of the important pitstops along Zee-JLF’s decade-old journey. Words by Pratik GhoshWhen ...
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Much hype, few sales
DNMUM381344 | 1/15/2017 | Author : Kanishka Gupta
In the run-up to Zee-Jaipur Literature Festival, literary agent Kanishka Gupta looks back at what’s happened in the world of fiction in the past year. And he’s not too happy with what he seesSince its inception, JLF has been featuring heavyweight li...
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No blesse oblige
DNDEL1723 | 1/15/2017 | Author : Gargi Gupta
A large part of Zee-JLF’s success comes from the ambience of its venue, the nearly 160-year-old Diggi Palace. The festival, says Thakur Ram Pratap Singh, it’s current owner, has brought to Diggi a degree of prestige he could never have dreamt ofWe were ...
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