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Climate Is A Refugee: The Story Of Nature And Man In Poetry

Climate Is A Refugee: The Story Of Nature And Man In Poetry

As our relationship with nature continues to fall apart and the number of climate refugees grow, artists and writers provide empathy to make sense of these times.

25 June 2022
Writer Of 'How To Murder Your Husband' Sentenced For Murdering Husband In Reality

Writer Of 'How To Murder Your Husband' Sentenced For Murdering Husband In Reality

Nancy Crampton Brophy, an author who allegedly predicted her crime in an essay titled 'How To Murder Your Husband', has been sentenced to life in prison for...

14 June 2022

Koshur Adab And Kashmiris

It is evident that much of Kashmiri literature remains unknown to the wider world but isn't it more worrisome that Koshur Adab remains unknown to Kashmiris...

Brett Goldstein Reveals 'Ted Lasso' Season 3 Is Being Written As The Series Finale; Says, ‘Everyone Dies’

Brett Goldstein Reveals 'Ted Lasso' Season 3 Is Being Written As The Series Finale; Says, ‘Everyone Dies’

Starring Jason Sudeikis in the titular character of an American football coach, who despite having no soccer coaching experience, is hired to manage an English...

08 June 2022

Best-Known Women Writers From Pakistan

Pakistani-English literature emerged as a distinctive field of postcolonial literature in the early decades after the partition though things seem...

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08 May 2022
Author Namita Gokhale In Conversation With Outlook Traveller

Author Namita Gokhale In Conversation With Outlook Traveller

"Books endure, and that is their strength," she says


07 May 2022
Sumit Purohit On Short Film 'Vakeel Babu': Didn't Want It To Be A Public Service Announcement

Sumit Purohit On Short Film 'Vakeel Babu': Didn't Want It To Be A Public Service Announcement

'Vakeel Babu' has been nominated in the best short film (Narrative) category at the 22nd edition of the New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF). The legal drama...


26 April 2022
Twinkle Khanna's Short Story 'Salaam Noni Appa' To Be Made Into A Film

Twinkle Khanna's Short Story 'Salaam Noni Appa' To Be Made Into A Film

'Salaam Noni Appa', which was loosely based on the relationship between Khanna's grandmother and her sister, is about finding love in old age.


23 April 2022
Malayalam Screenwriter John Paul Puthussery Dies At 72

Malayalam Screenwriter John Paul Puthussery Dies At 72

The 1980 movie 'Chamaram' was the first film in John Paul Puthussery's screenplay career.


11 April 2022
Ghost Diary: Birth Of The Ghoul

Ghost Diary: Birth Of The Ghoul

A Delhite recalls stories of djinns, haunted havelis, ghosts and mouthwatering street food that made up his childhood in the capital city.


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03 April 2022
Twinkle Khanna Jokes About Making A Film Called 'Nail File'

Twinkle Khanna Jokes About Making A Film Called 'Nail File'

Twinkle Khanna remarked how many filmmakers are racing to register city names as the titles of their films in the hopes of replicating the success of Vivek...


02 April 2022
John Abraham All Set To Write A Motorcycle Drama

John Abraham All Set To Write A Motorcycle Drama

Actor John Abraham was appreciated for his motorcycle sequence in the film 'Dhoom' and said that his latest film 'Attack' also has some scenes where he is on a...


17 March 2022
Literary Lens

Literary Lens

Writers, poets and artists weigh in on the socio-political changes in five states that went to the polls.


25 March 2022
And Unquiet Flows The Yamuna

And Unquiet Flows The Yamuna

Caught between a rapidly changing socio-political environment and cultural atrophy, literature in Uttar Pradesh is in limbo


25 March 2022
How Hindi Literature Failed The Saffron Challenge

How Hindi Literature Failed The Saffron Challenge

The silence of major writers suggests that the rightward shift of the Hindi heartland was inevitable.


27 May 2022
Bookseller's Diary | Rise Of Modi And The Change In India's Reading Choices

Bookseller's Diary | Rise Of Modi And The Change In India's Reading Choices

In Mann Ki Baat 2.0, prime minister Narendra Modi put emphasis on reading the printed word in this digital age. It was great to see a leader recommend what he...


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27 May 2022
The Talking Vulture

The Talking Vulture

This poem, translated from the original in Meitei by Khuraijam Nirupama, was composed for a pre-election poetry recital event titled Ethical Election,...


27 May 2022
Interpreter Of Hindustani Maladies

Interpreter Of Hindustani Maladies

Reflections on lasting themes like Partition, changing trends like alienation, and the lack of gender and caste perspectives in Hindi literature


27 May 2022
The Decline Of Urdu In UP's Literary World

The Decline Of Urdu In UP's Literary World

Along with Lucknowi mushaira and Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb, Urdu literature is in decline. And the current socio-political atmosphere can't escape its share of the...


16 March 2022
Bharti Singh Reveals She Didn’t Know She Was Pregnant For 2.5 Months

Bharti Singh Reveals She Didn’t Know She Was Pregnant For 2.5 Months

Comedienne Bharti Singh has told in a recent interview said that because she was fat, she didn't realise that she was pregnant for a few months at the start.


12 March 2022
Kanika Dhillon: It’s Heartbreaking To Watch That Even Today, People Look Down At A Girl With Ambition

Kanika Dhillon: It’s Heartbreaking To Watch That Even Today, People Look Down At A Girl With Ambition

Writer Kanika Dhillon, who has been one of the most prolific writers of today’s times, has some apt advice for young girls.


12 March 2022
'The Kashmir Files' Actor Prakash Belawadi Apologises For His Silence On Plight of Kashmiri Pandits

'The Kashmir Files' Actor Prakash Belawadi Apologises For His Silence On Plight of Kashmiri Pandits

Kannada actor Prakash Belawadi says he was shocked to read the script of The Kashmir Files sent by writer-director Vivek Agnihotri.


09 March 2022
Of Food, Memories and Shared Experiences: A Conversation With Chitrita Banerji

Of Food, Memories and Shared Experiences: A Conversation With Chitrita Banerji

Renowned food author Chitrita Banerji talks to Outlook Traveller about her favourite dishes, anecdotes, memorable culinary journeys and more


07 March 2022
Film Review: A Child’s Quest To Fathom Her Mother’s Grief

Film Review: A Child’s Quest To Fathom Her Mother’s Grief

French filmmaker Céline Sciamma, who made a splash with ‘Portrait Of A Lady On Fire’, portrays childhood as a shared experience between a mother and her...


03 March 2022
Salman Khan's 'Bodyguard' Co-Writer Jay Prakash Chowksey Passes Away At 83

Salman Khan's 'Bodyguard' Co-Writer Jay Prakash Chowksey Passes Away At 83

Film writer and journalist Jay Prakash Chowksey breathed his last yesterday in Indore. He was 83 years old. He had not been keeping in good health for a long...


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