Pressroom


Siyahi in the News:

 Dastangoi with Ankit Chadha and Darain Shahidi 

(28th March, 2016)

Chouboli Rani Ki Shart Ki Dastan | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 29 March 2016

Dastangoi | DNA

Dastangoi | Rajasthan Patrika – Patrika Plus

Rajasthani ‘Dastan’ Enlivened in Persian Style | Times of India 

Interactive Session on Chillies and Porridge

(6th November, 2015)

Food is a meal, Cuisine is a wide range of experiences | Times of India

“Cooking Me Nahi Leta Kisi Ki Madad” – Jerome Marrel | Rajasthan Patrika – Patrika Plus

Wendell Trashes Ban on Beef | DNA

Har Cuisine ka Main Ingredient Pyar Hota HaiDainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar

Prabha Khaitan Memorial Lecture with Natwar Singh

(24th September, 2014)

A peppy talk for Jaipur’s literati | Times of India – Jaipur Times | 21 September 2014

Natwar Singh Kal Jaipur Mai Prastut Karenge Aatmakatha | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 24 September 2014

“Indira Mujhe Bacha Manti Thi” – Natwar Singh | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 25 September 2014

“Rahul Gandhi Politics Ko Part Time Job Na Samjhe, Priyanka Mai Hi Indira Gandhi Ki Jhalak” – Natwar Singh | Dainik Bhaskar | 25 September 2014

High on Tea | DNA – DNA After Hrs | 25 September 2014

Natwar heaps praises on Modi | DNA | 25 September 2014

Any Indo-US alliance against China will be a disaster, says Natwar  | Times of India | 25 September 2014

A stimulating evening for Jaipur | DNA – DNA After Hrs | 26 September 2014

‘In Search of Sita: Revisiting Mythology’ – Namita Gokhale and Malashri Lal in conversation

(6th September, 2014)

Aaj Ki Zaroorat Hai Sita Ke Vichaar | Rajasthan Patrika – Patrika Plus | 7 September, 2014

Interpreting Sita | DNA – DNA After hrs | 7 September, 2014

Revisiting Ramayana, In Search of Sita | Times of India – Sunday Times | 7 September, 2014

In Search of Sita Par Literary Session | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 8 September, 2014

Exploring Sita & her life’s myths | Times of India – Jaipur Times | 9 September, 2014

Discussion on Medical Ethics: Dr. Sunil Pandya and Dr. Goutam Sen in conversation with Dr. Nita Mukherjee

(3rd September, 2014)

Medical Ethics Par Hui Charcha | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 4 September, 2014

Medical Ethics was paramount for Dr. Sanghvi | Times of India | 4 September, 2014

Jaadu Ki Jhappi Bhi Hai Zaroori | Rajasthan Patrika – Patrika Plus | 4 September, 2014

The Illiterates: Stand-up comedy show by Sorabh Pant and Sapan Verma

(13 August, 2014) 
Hansee Ke Thahako Se Saja Stand-up Comedy Show | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar |14 August, 2014

Laugh Out Loud | DNA – After Hrs | 14 August 2014

Illiterates Ki Grand Comedy | Patrika Plus – Rajasthan Patrika | 14 August 2014

Jaipur’s LOL evening with its first stand-up comedy show | Times of India – Jaipur times | 15 August 2014

Interactive session with Namita Gokhale on her book ‘Travelling In, Travelling Out’

(13 March, 2014)

“Lit Fest Mei Lekhak Ke Taur Par Apna Astitva Bhulne Ko Tayyar Hun” - Namita Gokhale | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 14 March, 2014

A mind traveller at heart | DNA – After Hrs | 14 March, 2014

Bonding Over Tea | DNA – After Hrs | 15 March, 2014

Travellers’ moments of self-recognition | Times of India | 15 March, 2014

Stories about travel and more | Times of India – Jaipur Times | 21 March, 2014

Interactive session with Gopal Prasad Mudgal

(17 November, 2013) 

Aaj hogi Gopal Prasad Mudgal ke krititva par charcha | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 17 Nov, 2013

Andhiyare mei sau-sau deep jala doonga | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 18 Nov, 2013

Of literature and a life full of positivity | DNA AfterHrs | 18 Nov, 2013

Chalne ka naam hi zindagi | Rajasthan Patrika – Patrika Plus | 18 Nov, 2013

Interactive session with Gopal Prasad Mudgal | Dharohar News | 20 Nov, 2013

An interactive session for literature lovers in the city | Times of India – Jaipur Times | 23 Nov, 2013

Launch of Arjun Shekhar’s ‘End of Story?’

(19 October, 2013)

Arjun ki book launch | Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar | 20 Oct, 2013

Novel mein suspense story |  Rajasthan Patrika – Patrika Plus | 20 Oct, 2013

City’s book lovers interact with author of ‘End of Story’ | Times of India | 21 Oct, 2013

End of Story ka Vimochan | Lokdasha | 23 Oct, 2013

The guests were in a festive mood | Times of India – Jaipur Times | 23 Oct, 2013

Interactive Session with Devdutt Pattanaik on his book ‘Business Sutra: A Very Indian Approach to Management’

(14 September, 2013) 

Booked in the City | DNA After Hrs | 14 Sep, 2013

Management Ki Bhi Toh Ho Sakti Hai Indian Approach | City Bhaskar | 15 Sep, 2013

Devdutt’s Sutras | DNA After Hrs | 15 Sep, 2013

Go back to the gods! | DNA After Hrs | 15 Sep, 2013

Tay karo Indra banna hai yaa Vishnu | Patrika Plus | 15 Sep, 2013

Modern biz mgmt excludes wisdom from India | Times of India | 15 Sep, 2013

Business Sutra: A peek into the secrets of Hindu Management | HT City | 16 Sep, 2013

Prabha Khaitan Memorial Lecture with Pandit Ram Narayan

(28 August, 2013)

Tees Varsh Baad Ghar Vapsi | City Bhaskar | 25 Aug, 2013

Chance to meet Pandit Ram Narayan | DNA After Hrs | 25 Aug, 2013 

Prabha Khaitan Memorial Lecture | Times of India | 27 Aug, 2013

Interaction with Pandit Ram Narayan | Patrika Plus | 28 Aug, 2013

Sangeet Hi Hai Mera Odhana Bichona | City Bhaskar | 29 Aug, 2013 

All Tuned In | DNA After Hrs | 29 Aug, 2013

Straight from the Heart | DNA After Hrs | 29 Aug, 2013

Gulabi Nagari Ne Mujhe Pehchanne Mei Thodi Der Kardi | Patrika Plus | 29 Aug, 2013

Sarangi Maestro In City | Times of India | 29 Aug, 2013

On a positive ‘note’ | Jaipur Times | 1 Sep, 2013

Launch of Nandini Bajpai’s Red Turban White Horse

(6 July, 2013)

Nandini Bajpai’s book launch | City Bhaskar | July 2013

Paramparaon mei mehekti bhartiya shaadiyaan | City Bhaskar | 7 July, 2013

Ya! She likes it…. | DNA AfterHrs | July 2013

Teenager ki planning | Rajasthan Patrika Plus | July 2013  

Launch of  Anita and Harsha Bhogle’s The Winning Way

(11 May, 2013)

Management the sporty way | DNA AfterHrs | May 2013

Reaching out to the masses | DNA AfterHrs | May 2013

Sports se seekhein  zindagi ka management | Dainik Bhaskar | May 2013

Anita and Harsha Bhogle’s book launch | Rajasthan Patrika | May 2013

Launch of Mukul Deva’s RIP

(13 February, 2013)

Mukul’s Latest City Outing| DNA AfterHrs |12th February 2013

Thrilled to be here| DNA AfterHrs| 13th February 2013

To readers’ delight!| DNA AfterHrs| 13th February 2013

Mridula Koshy’s Reading of Not Only The Things That Have Happened

(9 February, 2013)

An intense reading with Koshy| Hindustan Times – Jaipur Times| 10th February, 2013

Taaki ve Hindustan ko samajh sakein| Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar| 10th February, 2013

Har kadam par sangharsh| Rajasthan Patrika – Just Jaipur| 10th February, 2013

Beyond the things that have happened| DNA AfterHrs| 10th February, 2013

Jaipur Tales

(30 November, 2012) 

Shades and tales of Jaipur|DNA After Hrs|28th November, 2012

Virasat ka sajega sansaar|Rajasthan Patrika – Just Jaipur|28th November, 2012

 Telling Tales…Of Jaipur|DNA After Hrs|1st December,2012

Jeevant Hua Sheharnama|Rajasthan Patrika – Just Jaipur|1st December, 2012

Jaipur Tales mai bayan hui Jaipur ki kahaani|Dainik Bhaskar – City Bhaskar|1st December, 2012

Mountain Echoes 2012

(20- 24 May, 2012)

Mountain Echoes Lit Fest Begins May 20|Times of India|28th February, 2012

Mountain Echoes 2012

Bhutan Literary Festival: Mountain Echoes, May 2012

Mountain Echoes to come back in May|Bhutan Observer|20th April, 2012

Bollywood and books in Bhutan|TOI Crest|22nd April,2012

India, Bhutan to refresh friendship over fine print|IANS|25th April, 2012

Pages From The Dragon Kingdom|Outlook|May, 2012

Showcase: Bhutanese gala|The Hindu|12th May, 2012

Lit Fest in the Hills|Deccan Chronicle|17th May, 2012

Jaipur Lit up Bhutan|DNA|21st May, 2012

Ali Sethi and Sonam Kheng perform at the opening of the 3rd Mountain Echoes literary fest|Kuensel Online|20th May, 2012

Bhutan Literary Fest Mein Jaipur Bhi Maujood|City Bhaskar|23rd May, 2012

Guest Galore at Lit Fest|Jaipur Times|25th May, 2012

High And Creative|Outlook|28th May, 2012

Mountain Echoes 2012|Platform|May, 2012

Bhutan literature festival ‘Mountain Echoes’ kicks off today|Times of India|20th May, 2012

3rd edition launched at India House|Kuensel|21st May, 2012

Mountain Echoes strikes a chord|Kuensel|21st May, 2012

Heaven on Earth|The Telegraph|22nd May, 2012

Day two of Literary Festival discusses the spirit of writing|Bhutan Observer|22nd May, 2012

With poise and élan|Deccan Chronicle|22nd May, 2012

Gender discrimination in religious practice|Kuensel|22nd May, 2012

Feast of words and ideas in land of emerald hills|The Telegraph|23rd May, 2012

Discourse on travel writing|Kuensel|23rd May, 2012

50 years of cinema|Kuensel|23rd May, 2012

‘Bolo Bollywood,’ a crowded session in the Mountain Echoes|The Bhutanses|23rd May, 2012

Echoes of Nature|Deccan Chronicle|24th May, 2012

Bhutan takes a dose of Gross Literary Happiness|AFP|23rd May, 2012

Third edition ends|Kuensel|24th May, 2012

Final take on filmmaking|The Asian Age| 25th May, 2012

Books|The Telegraph|26th May, 2012

Lessons in harmony|The Hindu|2nd June, 2012

Bibliofile|Outlook India|4th June, 2012

Bhutan Celebrates Third Annual Literary Festival, Mountain Echoes|The Daily Beast|29th May, 2012

Swiss slopes in the mountain kingdom|TOI, The Crest Edition|26th May, 2012

Love, war, writing top Mountain Echoes|Times of India|22nd May, 2012

 

New Voices

Mridula Koshy|Platform|May/June, 2012

Jugal Mody|Platform|May/June, 2012

 

Book Launch of How To Fight Islamist Terror From the Missionary Position by Tabish Khair

(28th April, 2012)

Tabish Khair, On Love & Life|DNA After Hrs|28th April, 2012

….Lekin Ek Job Haath Me Hona Chaiye|City Bhaskar|29th April, 2012

Nothing Religious About It….|DNA After Hrs|29th April, 2012

 

The Makers of Kahaani come to Jaipur

(22 April, 2012)

The Kahaani behind it all|DNA After Hrs.|23rd April, 2012

Vidhya ke saath karna tha kaam|Rajasthan Patrika|23rd April, 2012

Maa ki prerna hai Kahaani|City Bhaskar|23rd April, 2012

Post dinner party ki Kahaani|City Bhaskar|23rd April, 2012

 He is what he is!|DNA After Hrs.|23rd April, 2012

This one takes the cake!|DNA After Hrs.|24th April, 2012

Kahaani was made out of passion|Hindustan Times|24th April, 2012

Of desserts and coffee|Jaipur Times|24th April, 2012

 

 

Prabha Khaitan Memorial Lecture by Dr. Sonal Mansingh - Panch Kanyaa 

(1 April, 2012)

Sonal Mansingh to give lecture on ‘Panchkanya’|Hindustan Times|1st April, 2012

Dancing the dance Of Life|DNA|1st April, 2012

Her ‘heroes’ are timeless|DNA|2nd April, 2012

Ahilya Patthar Nahi, Tapaswini Thi|Rajasthan Patrika|2nd April, 2012

Panchkanya in contemporary light|Hindustan Times|3rd April, 2012

 

 The Storysellers|Fortune India|March, 2012

 

Adhe Adhure 

(4th March, 2012)

Mohan Rakesh ke Natak “Adhe Adhure” ka Manchan krte Lilette Dubey aur Mohan Agashe|City Bhaskar|5th March, 2012

Yahan Sab Hain ‘Adhe Adhure’|Rajasthan Patrika|5th March, 2012

The ‘Full’ Story|DNA|5th March, 2012

Acting is in Her DNA|DNA|6th March, 2012

A Predictable Climax to a Gripping Drama|DNA|6th March, 2012

Play Depicts Middle Class Values|Hindustan Times|18th March, 2012

 

Book Launch of Moda Goa : History and Style

(23 January, 2012, Jaipur)

Moda Goa: Looking Beyond Fashion|The NavHind Times|17th January, 2012

Showcase: Spotlight on Goa|The Hindu|21st January, 2012

Costume Drama in Goa|Indian Express|22nd January, 2012

 Indo-Western Clothing Originated in Goa: Wendell Rodricks|Hindustan Times|23rd January, 2012

Wendell Weaves a Modish Tale|DNA|24th January, 2012

Goa through the eyes of design|Deccan Chronicle|28th January, 2012

Designer Wendell Rodricks talks about Goa’s costume history in his new book, Moda Goa: History and Style|Time Out|January, 2012

 

A Medley of Siyahi Authors|Hindustan Times|17th January, 2012

 

Our Fears Reveal More About Us Than What We Fear- Tabish Khair|Times of India|1st January,2012

 

Book Launch of Dance of Govinda and Flute of Vrindavan by Ashok Banker

(17 December, 2011)

Krishna is Centrestage, Always|DNA|18th December

Siyahi Brought Ashok Banker to Jaipur|Horn Ok Please|December,2011

 

Book Launch of The Valley of Masks by Tarun Tejpal

(9 August, 2011)

An Exchange of Ideas|DNA|10 August 2011

Corruption is a symptom, real disease is inequality|DNA|10 August 2011

Anna de sirf sujhav|City Bhaskar|10 August 2011

‘The Valley of Masks’ launched|Hindustan Times|12 August 2011

 

Book launch of Tanzeem by Mukul Deva

(17 July, 2011)

Mukul Deva to launch his latest |DNA |17 July 2011

Chuppi matlab bade hamle ki tyyari| Dainik Bhaskar|18 July 2011

Sticking to the facts| DNA |18 July 2011

 

Mountain Echoes Literary Festival 2011

(20 – 24 May, 2011)

Click here for press coverage

 

Book launch of One Little Finger by Malini Chib

(4 April, 2011)

आशा की किरण | Rajasthan Patrika | 5 April 2011

एक उंगली से लिख दी आत्मकथा | Dainik Bhaskar | 5 April 2011

Proudly Pointing the Way for Fellow Fighters | DNA | 5 April 2011

 

Dance Like a Man

(23 August, 2010)

Dance like a man | Rajasthan Patrika | 24 August 2010

Bhai se badhkar koi nahi | Dainik Bhaskar|24 August 2010

Ek jaisi bhooomikaon se lagta ha dar | Rajasthan Patrika| 24 August 2010

Play-ed to the gallery | DNA | 24 August 2010

No drama, she means business | DNA | 25 August 2010

‘Acting’ up | DNA | 25 August 2010

I like to experiment | Times of India | 25 August 2010

Actor Factor | Times of India | 27 August 2010

 

Mountain Echoes: A Literary Festival, Thimphu, Bhutan

(17 – 20 May, 2010)

Words hold Centrestage | The Hindu | 5 September 2010

Bhutan Literary Festival | Platform | July 2010

Mountain Echoes Literary Festival | Everest Base Camp Blog | 26 July 2010

Mountain echoes from the magic kingdom | The Telegraph | 17 June 2010

Literary Tourism: Trailing Authors, Books, Festivals | Outlook | 15 June 2010

Mountain echoes from Bhutan’s first literary festival | Indian Printer and Publisher | 14 June 2010

Drukonian Moves | Outlook | 14 June 2010

Mountain Passes | Outlook | 14 June 2010

Mountain Notes of Books, Bhutan and the Blues | The Sunday Guardian | 13 June 2010

C-NES Managing Trustee attends first literary festival in Bhutan | Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research | 2 June 2010

Mountain Echoes: Bhutan’s Literary Festival | CNNGo | 1 June 2010

The Mystique and Magic of Bhutan | The Asian Age | 30 May 2010

How to Tame your Dragon | Open | 29 May 2010

Sunil Sethi: Is Bhutan ready to rock? | Business Standard | 29 May 2010

High culture | Business Standard | 29 May 2010

Once upon a time, in Thimpu.. | Times of India | 29 May 2010

Mountain echoes in Thimpu | Seminar Magazine

Celebrating Books at 7,600 Feet | The Daily Beast | 24 May 2010

Literary sounds echo in Bhutan | Mail Today | 23 May 2010

How to Train Your Dragon | Indian Express | 23 May 2010

Mountain Echoes | Republica, The Week | 21 May 2010

Bhutan: Literary festival, Mountain Echoes | Beautiful Bhutan Tour | 21 May 2010

Feel Good Factor| Express India | 21 May 2010

Mountain Echoes Music | Kuensel | 20 May 2010

The honesty of Bhutanese writers | Kuensel | 20 May 2010

Bhutan: the “cool” side | Asian Window | 20 May 2010

“Be yourself and be honest to yourself” | Kuensel | 19 May 2010

Mountain Echoes Day 3: Media and happiness | Asian Window | 19 May 2010

Bhutan King at the Literary Festival | Asian Window | 19 May 2010

A conversation between cultures | Kuensel | 19 May 2010

Songs of arrows and archery | Bhutan Today | 19 May 2010

Of women and writers | Bhutan Today | 19 May 2010

Echoing in the mountains of Thimpu | Bhutan Today | 18 May 2010

Mountain Echoes | Bhutan Majestic Travel | 18 May 2010

Mountain Echoes: Day one | Asian Window | 18 May 2010

Beyond mere literacy | Kuensel | 18 May 2010

Mountain Echoes | Hindustan Times | 18 May 2010

Mountain Echoes: A Literary Bhutan Festival | Apex Web Directory | 17 May 2010

Valley Of Words | Outlook | 17 May 2010

A literary occasion to interact | Kuensel | 16 May 2010

The Himalayas are booked | Mid Day | 15 May 2010

Mountain Echoes – A Literary Festival | Kuensel | 8 May 2010

Land of lamas and dragons – Bhutan to host first lit fest | PTI | 7 May 2010

I’m a lit fest junkie, buy my book- Omair Ahmad | livemint.com | 7 May 2010

Writers’ Bloc | Indian Express | 6 May, 2010

‘Mountain Echoes’ – a literary festival in Bhutan | Good News in India | 4 May, 2010

Land of lamas, dragons and GNH – Bhutan to host first lit fest | Kolkata Observer | 4 May 2010

Four day Thimphu Lit fest | Kuensel | 27 April 2010

Mountain Echoes | Kuensel | 24 April 2010

Welcome to Bhutan, the dragon kingdom of literary happiness | The Independent, Andrew Buncombe | 27 March 2010

Mountain Echoes – A Literary Festival | Pratham Books | 26 March 2010

Shared tales of the Himalayas | Assam Times | 26 March 2010

Mountain Echoes : A Literary Festival Presented by the India-Bhutan Foundation and the Siyahi Ageny | Words Without Borders | 25 March 2010

Mountain Echoes – A Literary Festival in Bhutan 17 to 20 May 2010 | Indian Printer Publisher | 16 March 2010

Mountain Echoes – A Literary Festival | Caferati | 18 February 2010

Bhutan set for literary tryst | Mail Today | 7 February 2010

 

Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2010

(7th – 12th April 2010)

Legends Old, Stories New | Report on Commonwealth Writers Prize, Confluence Magazine | Summer 2010

‘Overall, there is little racism in Australia’ | Deccan Herald | 7 June 2010

Rana Dasgupta’s interview on NDTV Profit

Class: Lightweight | Outlook | 26 April 2010

Power to the pen | Business Standard | 21 April 2010

‘I was not prepared for the chaotic rhythm of India’ | Deccan Herald | 21 April 2010

Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2010 Winners | Readers in the Mist | 20 April 2010

He’s learning different aspects of life | Sakaal Times | 20 April 2010

Commonwealth Writers Prize winners: Rana Dasgupta and Glenda Guest | Cultural Pilgrim Blog | 20 April 2010

An author who seeks to preserve a disappearing world |-Wasfia Jalali | In.news.yahoo.com | 18 April 2010

CW writers deny giving space to climate change in their fiction | My Report Blog | 17 April 2010

‘Why should a writer not be happy?’ | The Hindu | 17 April 2010

A writer who farms too | TOI Crest | 17 April 2010

True to lives| Business Standard | 17 April 2010

‘Next time, I’d probably withdraw from this prize’ | Tehelka | 17 April 2010

With or without you | Tehelka | 17 April 2010

I Do Not Come To You By Chance – Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani | Farm Lane Books Blog | 16 April 2010

‘I have worked very hard’ – Daniyal Mueenuddin | Live Mint | 16 April 2010

Canadians shut out of Commonwealth Writers’ Prizes | Edmonton Journal | 16 April 2010

Award shock for first-time author | Herald Sun | 16 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta Wins Prestigious Commonwealth Prize For ‘Solo | The Huffing Post | 16 April 2010

Commonwealth Writers Prize 2010 Winners | Award Tragic Blog | 15 April 2010

A late bloomer produces a winning bouquet | The Sydney Morning Herald | 14 April 2010

King of the word | Hindustan Times | 14 April 2010

Delhi Now | The Indian Express | 14 April 2010

Down-to-earth novelist scales the literary heights | The Australian | 14 April 2010

Nilanjana S Roy: The Empire’s orphan children | Business Standard | 14 April 2010

Magic ingredient helps first-time novelist scoop top prize | The Sydney Morning Herald | 14 April 2010

Commonwealth Writers’ Prize finalists demonstrate global character | The London Book Fair | 14 April 2010

Nigerian author presents human side to email scam | In.news.yahoo.com | 14 April 2010

Winning writer grateful for Canberra grant | The Canberra Times | 14 April 2010

Australian Glenda Guest wins Commonwealth Writer’s Prize | Courier Mail | 13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins 2010 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Breaking News Online | 13 April 2010

UK author wins Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Best Book | Bookseller.com |13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth Writers’ prize | BBC News | 13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth prize | Hindustan Times | 13 April 2010

Dasgupta wins Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Manorma Online | 13 April 2010

‘Solo’ winner: Commonwealth writers’ prize comes to city | The Indian Express | 13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta Honored With Best Book Award at the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | G Breaking News | 13 April 2010

The Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2010 Best Book Award goes to Rana Dasgupta for ‘SOLO’ | India PR Line | 13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta Wins Commonwealth Writer’s Prize 2010 for Solo | Infoclikz | 13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta awarded Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Solo | Love Reading – UK | 13 April 2010

Going ‘Solo’, flying high | Live Mint | 13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth best book award | Desi Mint | 13 April 2010

Winners of Commonwealth Writers’ Prize ‘take readers outside comfort zone’ | Commonwealth Secretariat | 13 April 2010

The Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2010 Best Book Award goes to Rana Dasgupta for SOLO | Just In Just Out | 13 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Foyles | 13 April 2010

Best book honour for Dasgupta’s novel Solo | Mail Today | 13 April 2010

Delhi-based author wins C’wealth Prize | Hindustan Times | 13 April 2010

‘Solo’ by Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2010 | Weeks Update | 12 April 2010

Prize incentive to help improve literacy in the Commonwealth | The Guardian | 12 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Taaza.com | 12 April 2010

Commonwealth Writers Prize: Commerce or art? | CNNGo | 12 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Book Wise | 12 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best Book | Deccan Herald | 12 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins Commonwealth writers’ prize for best book | DNA | 12 April 2010

Delhi-based writer wins Commonwealth best book prize | Prokerela.com | 12 April 2010

Literary Icons of tomorrow revealed – Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Winners 2010 | Caribbean Book Blog | 12 April 2010

Rana Dasgupta’s ‘risky’ book takes writers’ prize | BBC News | 12 April 2010

‘Solo’ winner: Commonwealth writers’ prize comes to city | The Indian Express | 12 April 2010

Debut novel that lies Solo | Mail Today | 11 April 2010

African women writers take a new turn | Times of India | 11 April 2010

Prize-winning writers on Commonwealth Games menu | The Indian Express | 11 April 2010

Letter: Prize incentive to help improve literacy in the Commonwealth | My Best Books | 11 April 2010

Not ‘Solo’ anymore, Dasgupta takes a journey across Delhi | Wasfia Jalali | New.outlookindia.com |11 April 2010

Forum highlights power of media, pop culture | The Age | 11 April 2010

Whisper Words | Mail Today | 11 April 2010

What Book | Mail Today | 11 April 2010

The reluctant litterateur | Hindustan Times | 11 April 2010

Prize-winning writers on Commonwealth Games menu | Commonwealth Games Blog | 10 April 2010

C’wealth Prize winners to come to Delhi for CWG | Yahoo News | 10 April 2010

Fierce competition for Commonwealth Writer’s Prize | Chennaionline | 10 April 2010

Commonwealth, different views | Hindustan Times | 10 April 2010

‘Sorting out Pakistan’s problems is clearly a job for giants’ | Mail Today | 10 April 2010

Myth Maker | The Indian Express |10 April 2010

After the prize Rana will no longer go solo | Mail Today | 9 April 2010

What is ‘common’ about this prize? | Mint | 8 April 2010

Commonwealth of shared words |8 April 2010 | Mail Today

C’wealth literary gala begins in Delhi today | The Asian Age | 6 April 2010

Writers to go on a Dilli Darshan | Mail Today | 4 April 2010

Delhi to get a taste of Commonwealth literature (Lead)

Multiculturalism – a source of new world literature

Commonwealth literature set to conquer Delhiites hearts

Lounge Podcast: The Commonwealth Writer’s prize| livemint.com

Major Literary Prize will be judged in Delhi | The Guardian | 28th March 2010

Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Forbes India | March 2010

Uncommon writers | Outlook | March 2010

Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2010 – Regional Winners Announced | Platform | March 2010

Commonwealth prize announced | DNA | 13 March 2010

U K Indian writer on Commonwealth Prize Shortlist | The Hindu | 13 March 2010

PIO writer bags Commonwealth prize | Times of India | 12 March 2010

Rana Dasgupta wins commonwealth prize | Times of India | 12 March 2010

Rana, Daniyal win regional Commonweallth Writers’ | IBN Live | 11 March 2010

Four Indians Nominated for Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | In.com | February 2010

Four Indians vie for Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Hindustan Times | 20th February 2010

Four Indian authors in race for Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Times of India | 19 February 2010

2 Pakistanis shortlisted for C’wealth writers prize | Dawn | 19 February 2010

Four Indians nominated for Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Deccan Herald | 19 February 2010

4 Indians Shortlisted for C’wealth Lit Prize Race | The Asian Age | 19 February 2010

Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Tehelka | February 2010

Maximum Shortlist | Outlook | February 2010

Litsoup Royale | Outlook | February 2010

Commonwealth Writers’ Prize holds April, in India | Compass News | 7 February 2010

Authors start race to win 24th Commonwealth Writers’ Prize

It’s a different game literally | Kritika Banerjee | Mail Today | 4 February 2010

Authors in race to win 2010 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize | Caribbeanbookblog | 2 February 2010

 

The Scholastic Aviva Storytelling Night

(26th February, 2010)

Hooked and Booked | DNA | 27 February 2010

Storytelling Night 26 ko | Rajasthan Patrika | 23 February 2010

Storytelling night for children | Hindustan Times | 27 February 2010

Time for stories | DNA | 20 February 2010

 

Blowback by Mukul Deva

(5th February, 2010)

Military fiction writer in city | Hindustan Times | 6 February 2010

Aatankwaad nahi, park hai netaon ki prathmikta | Dainik Bhaskar | 6th February 2010

Mukul Blows Hot | DNA | 6th February 2010

‘Paathkon ki kami nahi hai’ | Rajasthan Patrika | 6 February 2010

Deva launches his next book | DNA | 4 February 2010

Aaj release hogi ‘Blowback’ | Rajasthan Patrika | 5 February 2010

‘Blowback’ ki release 5 ko | Rajasthan Patrika | 2 February 2010

 

The Difficulty of Being Good: On the Subtle Art of Dharma by Gurcharan Das

(17 December, 2009)

 

Pushkar Literature Festival 2009

(31 October, 2009)

 

Voices from the North East

(13 & 14 October, 2009)

 

Shadows Across The Playing Field by Shashi Tharoor and Shaharyar Khan

(25 September, 2009)

 

A book reading and interactive session with Sampurna Chattarji

(6 September, 2009)

 

Secrets & Lies: A book reading with Jaishree Misra

(21 August, 2009)

 

A Book Reading with Madhu Trehan

(6 August, 2009)

 

Giselle ki Kahani

(22 July, 2009)

 

Woven Tales from the North East

(16th June, 2009)

 

Book Reading with Ira Pande

(4 April, 2009)

 

Book Reading with Daman Singh

(1 March, 2009)

 

Writers’ Chain: Found in Translations

(14 – 20 January, 2009)

 

Mantles of Myth – The Narrative in Indian Textiles

(13 – 15 December, 2008)

 

Dastangoi – Ek Gulabi Dastan

(12 October, 2008)

 

Reading and Interaction with Anuja Chauhan

(13 September, 2008)

 

Translating Bharat: Language, Globalisation and the Right to be Read

(20 – 22 January, 2008)

 

Zubaan Poster Woman Exhibition

(27 July – 10 August, 2007)