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#Sundayreading – Counting 116 Moonlit Nights… Gulzar Sahib

  photo courtesy: Gokry M. In one of the most memorable songs penned by Gulzar sahib i.e. Mera Kuch Saamaan the last stanza makes a mention about 116 moon lit nights (ek sau solah chaand ki raatein) that were spent together. Why… Continue Reading →

Delhi Govt Insults Shaheed Ashfaqullah Khan by Naming Fish Market After Him #WTFnews

It is a matter of national shame that the insensitive authorities of the Delhi Government have so recklessly renamed the fish market at Ghazipur as Shaheed Ashfaqullah Khan Fish Market supposedly to honour the memory of this great son of India and famed Urdu poet. To set this… Continue Reading →

Tulika offers books for children in Braille #DISABILITY

Books in Braille Some of Tulika’s books are available in Braille. They have been adapted by Third Eye and are available through their website www.third-eye.org. You can find out more about the books listed below through the book search option… Continue Reading →

The feminist poets of Mumbra

Mohammed Wajihuddin, TNN | Mar 4, 2012, In a modest flat off a dusty lane in the Muslim-majority town of Mumbra, a group of young girls is sitting in a semi-circle. Before they entered the apartment, they were all covered… Continue Reading →

Its easier to censor Theatre

HYDERABAD: A guided tour of Unnava Laxmi Narayana’s ‘Malapalli’ and a taste of cynicism through Rachakonda Viswanatha Sastry’s ‘Aaru Saara Kathalu’ (Six stories on arrack) marked the second day of the national seminar on law and literature in the city…. Continue Reading →

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