Friday, August 12, 2022

Articles

Is Human Rights Activities a Crime? – Sandhya S.N.

'Human Rights' is one of the terms which we hear frequently in our daily life: its violations, protests and so on. It is widely...

Near the Plantain Leaves – P A Noushad

My house is at Nadapuram village in Kerala. The house made up of woods and stones which gives cool air inside is entirely different...

Average – The New Brand – Akarsha Ramesh Kamala

A long hiatus, it has been. It has been a while since I experienced life and quite a while since I have put...

Seek through my eyes: The Indian Ruminations Literary Festival – Ashish Nandwani, Chandigarh

Days before the festival, I was already feeling the activity and animations in my actions exploring Kerela sitting in my room. I just hoped...

Teaching English for the Generation ‘Y’ – Rajani Priya S

The challenge today is in teaching English for the Generation Y. Let us first look at the term ‘Generation Y’. Obviously it refers to...

River Mayyazhi a Sweet Memory – PA Noushad

Being far away from the madding crowd of the city, my village Nadapuram in Kozhikode District remains an unspoiled scenic beauty. The raging Mayyazhi...

The Book Store – J T Jayasingh

When my friend informed me about the Book Store, I was unaware of the difficulty to spot it out. He told it was situated...

Writer, author or whatever – Anita Kainthla

There are writers and there are writers. You know. There are the Pulitzer and Booker kinds and then there are the rest of them,...

Free as a Falcon – P. A. Noushad

"I often wonder where glamorous people go when they are wing-tired, as birds go at dusk to roost. Which treetop gives them rest and...

Mario Vargas Llosa wins 2010 Nobel literature prize

Peruvian Mario Vargas Llosa, one of the most acclaimed writers in the Spanish-speaking world, won the 2010 Nobel Prize in literature. The Swedish Academy said...

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