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M.I.L.A.P. Concludes on a ‘Homely’ Note

  [caption id="attachment_9285" align="alignnone" width="6000"] MANIPAL: The last day of the three-day Manipal International Literary and Arts Platform (M.I.L.A.P.) on September 8, began with a talk by Sushma Deshpande on the portrayal of women in the Indian theatre scenario. The acclaimed theatre practitioner and director conversed with...

Jashn-E-Manipal: A rib tickling poetic evening

The second edition of the annual Hindi literary fest Jashn-e-Manipal, organised by Manipal’s only Hindi literary club ‘Goonj’ took place on Tuesday, March 27 at the Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) library auditorium. Noted poet Shambhu Shikhar, orchestrated his excellent oratory skills to produce a spellbinding...

Vision and realities: blindness in literature

Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad, Dr Shilpaa Anand; L. Subramani, currently working with Deccan Herald and Dr. Hemachandran Karah, assistant professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology,...

The Art of Translation: An indispensable process

Literature has served as a record for the constantly developing and transforming cultures all around the world. Be it the Indian Vedas, the Greek epics, the Latin poems or the innumerable literary pieces in a plethora of languages, we have them well within our reach....