The Doha International Book Fair is set to be held as a literature festival this year and will […]
A Wall Street Journal writer recently decided to seek out the financial lessons embedded in works by classic 19th-century authors like Tolstoy and Flaubert. It turns out that the great writers knew a thing or two about money: CSM
What do business books and 19th-century literature – seemingly polar opposites – have in common?
A lot, in turns out.
Money – and the social changes its possession or lack thereof effects – forms the backbone of so many works of literature that one Wall Street Journal writer decided to read the classics with an eye toward extracting financial lessons.
Indian High Commissioner Pankaj Saran yesterday said a sense of belonging that exists between Bangladesh and India can […]
Literature for children will be the focus at the upcoming edition of New Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF) […]
Turning to literature for stories will provide a breath of fresh air to Indian cinema, Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan today said. “It […]
The city will witness a feast of literature as authors and critics discuss books at Chandigarh Literature Festival […]
Writers in the country are preferring prose over poetry and a predominance of political themes in Pakistan’s English […]
What interest would the prime minister of Israel, a man frequently critical of Iran, have in the Twitter […]
A one day book fair organized by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST) Islamabad campus uncovered interesting trends relative to book […]
There are no less than 23 Ramayanas in Indo-Persian Literature, writes Rana Safvi in Tehelka The Ramayana, one […]