Nawaid Anjum

Articles By Nawaid Anjum

As times get tougher, Urdu publishers find it increasingly tough to stay afloat

Facing financial constraints and poor distribution, the future of Urdu publishers is rife with uncertainty.

Long overshadowed, Irish women writers are courting global fame now

Today, Irish women writers are finding international recognition, and are being assessed on their own terms. They are being published and awarded, and young women writers are succeeding early on in their career.

The Great Game

Hamid Ismailov’s EBRD Literature Prize-winning Uzbek novel puts Central Asian literature in focus.

What I know about lines I learned from reading Virgil: Hannah Sullivan

UK-based Hannah Sullivan, 39, the 2018 TS Eliot Prize winner on the landscape and architecture of her poems.

What the world is reading

The real,terrifying reason why British authorities detained David Miranda was they didn’t want to be messed with.

‘I have the potential

Two years after Tanu Weds Manu,actor Swara Bhaskar teams up with director Aanand L Rai again for Raanjhanaa. She talks about her strategy in choosing roles and being hopelessly in love

‘I have the potential to be eccentric’

Two years after Tanu Weds Manu,actor Swara Bhaskar teams up with director Aanand L Rai again for Raanjhanaa.

Girl in the Centre

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s latest novel,Oleander Girl,is a story of self-discovery and loss. In an email interview,she talks about her bipolar world,flawed characters and childhood in Kolkata.

Girl in the Centre

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s latest novel,Oleander Girl,is a story of self-discovery and loss. In an email interview,she talks about her bipolar world,flawed characters,and childhood in Kolkata.

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