Sunday 17 October 2021

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Culture | Literature

Yugank bags TMA Pai Award for a Konkani book on World Cinema

Yugank Naik, a research scholar at Goa University, has bagged a prestigious Dr T M A Pai Foundation Best Konkani Book award for 2014 for his book “Venchik Aantarrashtriya Chalchitram: Niyall Ani Samiksha.” READ

Mauzo to chair solidarity meet of nationwide writers at Dandi on 30 Jan

Damodar Mauzo, eminent Indian Konkani writer from Goa, will chair a national level meet of writers and artists at Dandi Event scheduled on 30 January at Dandi. READ

Don’t humiliate, let thousand Konkani dialects blossom

Why should we feel shy speaking our own dialect of Konkani? Let other people enjoy the sweetness of various dialects of Konkani. The youth should proudly display it. READ

Most-awaited English 'Potpuja’ to be launched on 3 Jan

The most-awaited English edition of the bestseller cookbook 'Potpuja' by Usha Vaman Bale will be released on Sunday, 3 January in Margao. READ

All democracies becoming dictatorial and intolerant: Devi

All democracies in the world are becoming dictatorial as well as intolerant and India is not lagging behind, cautions Ganesh Devi, veteran multilingual writer from Gujarat. READ

Iconic Marathi poet Mangesh Padgaokar no more

Iconic Marathi poet and Padma Bhushan recipient Mangesh Keshav Padgaonkar passed away here today after a brief illness. READ

कविश्रेष्ठ मंगेश पाडगावकर यांचे निधन

‘या जन्मावर या जगण्यावर शतदा प्रेम करावे’ म्हणत प्रत्येकाला जगण्याची नवीन उर्मी देणारे मराठी कविश्रेष्ठ व साहित्यिक मंगेश पाडगावकर यांचे आज बुधवारी सकाळी निधन झाले. READ

Goa Church is worse than the Portuguese: Karmali

Veteran Konkani writer and freedom fighter Nagesh Karmali has alleged that Church in Goa is doing what the Portuguese could not do to finish Indian culture. READ

Should printed book alone decide the Sahitya Academy award?

Should a printed book be the only criteria to judge the literary talent of a writer in a developing world of information technology? READ

Uday Bhembre bags Sahitya Academy award for ‘Karnaparv’

Uday Bhembre, a veteran writer and activist of Konkani movement, bagged India’s most prestigious Sahitya Academy award of this year for his Konkani book ‘Karnaparv’. READ