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Chingonyi wins £30k Dylan Thomas Prize

Zambian-born British poet Kayo Chingonyi has won the £30,000 Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize for his debut collection Kumukanda (Chatto). Awarded for the best literary work published in the English language, written...

Natasha Onwuemez
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Cogitation of Oneself

Today we all live in an era where we fight, not others, but ourselves to display the significance of our singularity. In this ever-growing world where technological advancements have made...

Shraddha Pareek
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Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s Last Visit to the Jaipur Literature Festival

Two years ago, I had to choose between Allahabad and Jaipur for my post-graduation. Each city has its pros and cons. After days of deliberation, it was an easy decision...

Ayush Garg
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Surprised by India

What do you think about when you think about India? Do you think about its wildly divergent geographical areas, its complex history, its rich literary traditions, its contributions to art, architecture,...

Debra Nicholson
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India in the Sunshine City 2016

The name – India in the Sunshine City – evokes dramatic images of vibrant Indian culture being showcased in the Sunshine city, Harare. The two countries, India and Zimbabwe although...

Sangeeta Matta Verma
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Sanjoy Roy: “You Need to be Passionate About Arts to be Able to Work in it”

Sanjoy Roy, main dynamo behind India by the Nile, reveals how he dedicated his life to art, and today runs Teamwork Arts, a company that brings a plethora of Indian...

This article was published in Al Ahram Weekly
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