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Justice Leila Seth presents the prize to Ashok Srinivasan. Photo: R. Ravindran
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Justice Leila Seth presents the prize to Ashok Srinivasan. Photo: R. Ravindran
THE sunday interview

‘We need freedom in art’

Ashok Srinivasan, winner of The Hindu Prize 2014, talks about the recognition his book received and the potency of short stories. »
‘Lotus Leaves, Water Words’ from LFL 2015. Photo: R. Ragu

From page to stage

Prasanna Ramaswamy on using ancient and modern texts to explore contemporary issues in her pieces for The Hindu’s Lit for Life. »
Under the Poetree. Photo: R. Ragu

Good coffee, leafy poetry

The winner of The Hindu Lit for Life’s Young Reporter Contest 2015.. »
Rajmohan Gandhi and Charles Allen in conversation with Jonathan Gil Harris, at The Hindu Lit for Life Fest 2015.on Sunday. Photo: R. Ravindran

The lives of others

Rajmohan Gandhi and Charles Allen in conversation with Jonathan Gil Harris explored the biography as a literary genre at The Hindu Lit for Life »
A play at Lit For Life on Sunday.. Photo: R. Ragu

A leaf out of our lives

Written and directed by Prasanna Ramaswamy, ‘Lotus Leaves, Water Words’ focussed on ecological issues through music and movement »

The Hindu Lit for Life

Amandeep Sandhu, Manjul Bajaj, Manu Joseph and Sonora Jha read from their novels that were shortlisted for The Hindu Prize for Fiction 2013. Ziya Us Salam introduces them and moderates the session. <... »