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  • ‘Culture in India extraordinary’

    ‘Culture in India extraordinary’

    Adding one more page to the cultural exchange between India and France, Bonjour India The Next Page 2018 introduced novelist, scenarist, and musician, David Foenkinos to Indian readers. The author has written 14 novels translated into 40 languages, including La délicatesse (2009), Les souvenirs (2011), Je vais mieux (2013) and Charlotte, Prix Renaudot et Prix …

    February 4, 2018
  • ‘Indian authors more political minded than French’

    ‘Indian authors more political minded than French’

    Bridging the cultural gap between the Indo-French literary dialogues, Pia Petersen, an established French novelist, feels Indian authors have a more political minded literature as compared to their French contemporaries. “I don’t see any difference between Indian and French authors. Books are written by people who ask themselves questions. I like the idea that we …

    December 24, 2017
  • To our real Bond

    To our real Bond

    Today, Ruskin Bond remains one of the most sought after Indian authors, writing in the English language. His works describe a new India that has emerged post-independence even as the melancholic lament for a more humane and laid back Hindustan of the times when the sun was setting on the British empire, lost somewhere in …

    December 23, 2017
  • Indian authors shine at World Book Fair

    Indian authors shine at World Book Fair

    Giving tough competition to foreign writers are Indian authors who seemed to have emerged as the rulers at the 44th World Book Fair. Fiction, non-fiction, classic novels or children's books, the Indian authors and their writing have engrossed visitors at the fair. In the fiction category, romantic comedies remained a favourite, especially among the school …

    January 14, 2017
  • Indian authors shine at World Book Fair

    Indian authors shine at World Book Fair

    Giving tough competition to foreign writers are Indian authors who seemed to have emerged as the rulers at the 44th World Book Fair. Fiction, non-fiction, classic novels or children's books, the Indian authors and their writing have engrossed visitors at the fair. In the fiction category, romantic comedies remained a favourite, especially among the school …

    January 14, 2017