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180124-DURB-JBM-Booksthatspeak-Panel-(L-R)ArcopolChaudhuri,YogeshDashrath,MitaKapur,HimanshuGiri,AditiMaheshwariGoyal

बसंत की खूबसूरत खिली-खिली धूप में जयपुर लिट्रेचर फेस्टिवल के बिजनेस प्रोग्राम जयपुर बुकमार्क का आगाज हुआ| बुकमार्क में पब्लिशिंग से जुड़े लगभग हर विषय, मुद्दे, विधा और तकनीक पर बात की जानी है| जिसका एहसास पहले दिन के निर्धारित कार्यक्रम को देखकर ही हो जाता है| इसमें अनुवाद, प्रिंट, क्राइम राइटिंग, अंग्रेजी पब्लिशिंग के… Read more »

जयपुर बुकमार्क की खूबसूरत शुरुआत

180124-DURB-JBM-InaugralSession-Panel-SanjoyK.Roy,Namita Gokhale,NilsRagnar,NaveenKishore

जयपुर की गुलाबी सर्दी में जयपुर लिट्रेचर फेस्टिवल के बिजनेस प्रोग्राम जयपुर बुकमार्क का आगाज हुआ| बुकमार्क में पब्लिशिंग से जुड़े लगभग हर विषय, मुद्दे, विधा और तकनीक पर बात की जानी है| जिसका एहसास पहले दिन के निर्धारित कार्यक्रम को देखकर ही हो जाता है| इसमें अनुवाद, प्रिंट, क्राइम राइटिंग, अंग्रेजी पब्लिशिंग के लिए… Read more »

Resurgence of Print

180124-DURB-JBM-Resurgenceofprint-Panel-(L-R)RickSimonson,ianDeToffoli,ManishaChaudhry,AnanthPadmanabhan,ArpitaDas

Anantha Padmanabhan, Ian de Toffoli, Manisha Chaudhary and Rick Simonson, moderated by Arpita Das By Sonal Sharma, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger     Imagine a world without bookshops and libraries, without print, without the physical presence of the written word. Would anyone want to live there? In an invigorating discussion at Jaipur Bookmark,… Read more »

Nordic Noir

Carin Gerdhardsen, Minna Lindgren, Odd Harald Hauge in conversation with Nils Ragnar Kamsvag By Hemal Thakker, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger Scandinavia around the world is generally perceived to be one of the safest regions in the world, at the top of most happiness indexes and host to the sublime spectacle of the northern… Read more »

For the Love of Books

180124-DURB-JBM-Fortheloveofbooks-Panel-(L-R)AkshayaRautaray,SatabdiMishra,NikkoOdiseos,ShrutiSharma,TilakSharma,UrvashiButalia

Akshay Rautaray, Nikko Odiseos, Satabadi Mishra, Shruti Sharma and Tilak Sharma in conversation with Urvashi Butalia By Medhavi Dhyani, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2018 Blogger The opening panel discussion at Jaipur Bookmark saw a number of passionate individuals brought together by a common driving force: the zeal to make sources of knowledge more accessible…. Read more »

Books that Speak: The Future of Audio

180124-DURB-JBM-Booksthatspeak-Panel-(L-R)ArcopolChaudhuri,YogeshDashrath,MitaKapur,HimanshuGiri,AditiMaheshwariGoyal

Yogesh Dashrath, Arcopol Chaudhuri, Himanshu Giri and Aditi Maheshwari Goyal in conversation with Mita Kapur Ishan Kawley, Official Zee Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger You walk into any high-end gym today and all the treadmills come equipped with a socket to plug in your phone. You can watch videos, tweet, check your email, all the while… Read more »

Keynote Address: Writing Wrong: Translating Lives

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Nils Ragnar Kamsvåg (Norway’s Ambassador to India), Namita Gokhale, Sanjoy K. Roy, Neeta Gupta, and Naveen Kishore By Bhavika Bhuwalka, Official ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Blogger Catering to the industry side of the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival, Jaipur Bookmark (JBM) has grown into a unique and vital forum to enable interactions between writers and publishers…. Read more »

Anil’s Ghost

Michael Ondaatje is widely regarded as one of the greatest living writers of South Asian origin. Here the distinguished poet and Man Booker Prize-winning author of The English Patient discusses his work with Chandrahas Choudhury.

On Balance: Journalistic Objectivity

Around the world, the media is seeking a balance between neutrality, objectivity, commitment and the search for truth. How does a post-truth era seek perspective and equivalence? Is inherent bias inevitable? Can the media ever be truly impartial or is it only possible to ‘obtain the best attainable version of the truth’? A crucial session… Read more »

Across Barbed Wires

Markiyan Kamysh is a Ukrainian novelist and an important voice representing the Chernobyl underground in literature. His debut novel, A Stroll to the Zone, tells the other side of the story from the off-limits Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

The Dance of Democracy

India is the world’s largest democracy. It has faced daunting challenges, sustaining democratic institutions against all odds. India’s vigorous political system remains credible and sound in its fundamentals, and almost a billion citizens, young and old, exercise their constitutionally given freedom to choose in what remains a disciplined and peaceable process. A session that examines… Read more »

Why Being Fair Matters, Especially When it Doesn’t

An intense session that examines the troubling narratives of skin colour and privilege/oppression in society and in media. Jyoti Gupta discusses colourism, a systemic form of discrimination based on skin colour, its brief history and real-life incidents to provide a nuanced description of who gets impacted by it and how. Taking examples from our daily… Read more »