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Kahaniya Quill, perfect launch pad for writers

This startup takes care of the drafting, editing, design, illustration, publishing and promotion of a book

Telugu Superstar Chiranjeevi’s #153 project launched

Details about the mega project, launched at Super Good Office in the city's Film Nagar on Wednesday, are being kept under wraps for now, but it has been confirmed that music director SS Thaman

A little help goes a long way

Brainchild of Pradeepthi Vissamsetti, Telugu Moms Network helps women across the globe find friends, promote products and seek suggestions

Didn’t start producing to make movies for me to star in: Anushka Sharma

"My decision to turn producer was because I wanted to leverage the position which I had, to produce good films."

Taika Waititi slams MacBook keyboards at Oscars 2020

Apple needs to fix those keyboards, They are impossible to write on they have gotten worse. It makes me want to go back to PCs. Because PC keyboards, the bounce-back for your fingers is way better.

Kid’s fest culminates

The festival also witnessed children performing themed plays around the topic of gender equality.

23rd edition of Bala Chelimi held in Hyderabad

Telangana Sahitya Academy Chairman Nandini Sidda Reddy said, the initiative made writers, poets and others to recall their childhood memories and share the same

Stage set for biggest festival for booklovers

The Jaipur Literature Festival 2020 is gearing up to celebrate the vast bounty of Indian languages

Wanaparthy Collector starts crowd-funding for word power

Wanaparthy Collector Sweta Mohanty kicks off campaign to buy dictionaries for schoolkids as she wants them to improve their vocabulary

Shashi Tharoor, Nand Kishore Acharya to receive Sahitya Akademi Award 2019

While Tharoor won the award for his book "An Era of Darkness" in English, Acharya will receive the recognition for his book of Hindi poetry, "Chheelatey Hue Apne Ko".

Hyderabad Women Writers’ Festival: Transforming world through writing

Women Writers’ Festival 2019 brought together individuals from diverse fields

Doyens of Urdu literature come alive

Captain SN Ahmed enacted the role of Manto and Seema Khan played the role of Ismat, in the play. The staging was a super hit and got a great response from the audience, who enjoyed every dialogue and act.

Tata Literature fest marks 10 years

The literary gala is set to take place at National Centre for Performing Arts, Prithvi Theatre and St Paul's Institute and Title Waves book shop here from November 14-17.

Women humour writers are second to none

Hyderabad authors have broken gender-based myths, prejudices and stereotypes and proved they can get as witty as their male counterparts when they pen down their thoughts

 George Steinmetz’s take on ‘Big Food’

The well-known National Geographic photographer shares his experiences of exploring massive food production units and fields.

Why Netflix, Amazon Prime need to create desi shows in India

Massive capital commitments have been made by platforms for building libraries of diverse original content over the last couple of years for the Indian audience.

India has no place for intolerance but millions still discriminated: Sonia

"A democratic and resilient India at 73 has no place for bigotry, superstition, sectarianism, fanaticism, racialism, intolerance or injustice, yet millions of fellow citizens encounter discrimination every day."

Write your heart out

Write Club, Hyderabad is a one-stop meet up group that will awaken the hidden writer in you

Disturbing sagas of a dysfunctional system

A writer and a social activist, Mahashweta Devi’s literary works often reflected class and gender-based violence and oppression in a post-colonial India

Telangana Formation Day planned well

KCR asks Chief Secy to take final call on venue; Public Gardens nearly confirmed

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