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Jaipur Literary Festival

JAIPUR LITERARY FESTIVAL NEWS

Jaipur Literature Festival: Man Booker, Nobel, Pulitzer winners on list of speakers

December 10, 2019 1:09 pm

Taking place at Diggi Palace Hotel from January 23-27, the festival, in its 13th edition this year, will witness the presence of 250 speakers consisting of writers, thinkers, politicians, journalists and popular cultural icons from India and abroad.

Jaipur Literature Festival round-up: Speaking of women, for women, by women but will there be action next?

January 30, 2018 12:06 pm

The eleventh edition of Jaipur Literature Festival that took place at the Diggi Palace Hotel came to an end. The diverse blend of literature, ideas and culture gave an engaging and entertaining experience to every book lover.

Jaipur Literature Festival 2018: From Rosogolla Wars to Tom Stoppard, your guide to the fest

January 29, 2018 1:27 am

The annual literary festival, that takes place at Diggi Palace, Jaipur, had started with a handful of 18 writers, and over the years, the event has witnessed the presence of some of the most celebrated writers. This year the fest will be held from January 25-29.

The Indian Express Visiting Scholars

February 20, 2012 1:15 am

Idea Exchange provides students with an opportunity to interact with power influencers and thought leaders,besides our own journalists. This week’s guests were Sanjay Roy and Namita Gokhale,organisers of the Jaipur Literary Festival.

Nothing to do with denial of permission to Rushdie: Cong

January 25, 2012 9:38 pm

No state government can afford to ignore inputs and material regarding security threat to any person: Singhvi.

Muslim groups welcome cancellation of Rushdie's visit

January 20, 2012 4:31 pm

The controversial author has cancelled his visit after receiving death threats.

Govt rules out ban on Rushdie visit

January 10, 2012 5:13 pm

Slated to attend lit fest,Rushdie has come under Deoband fire for having hurt Muslim sentiments.

Pak ‘lesbian’ pulp fiction ‘too hot to be read aloud’

January 28, 2011 11:41 am

Challawa was considered ‘too hot to be read aloud’ in India’s annual Jaipur Literary Festival.

First proof

January 23, 2010 2:56 am

It’s not Henry Louis Gates Jr or Andrew Lycett they are missing at the fifth Jaipur Literary Festival. The distinguished gentlemen should take...