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Mar 2023

Sep 22, 2023

Indian-origin Author Chetna Maroo's Debut Novel Shortlisted for Booker Prize 2023

  • London-based Indian-origin author Chetna Maroo's debut novel 'Western Lane' was shortlisted for the 2023 Booker Prize.
  • Kenya-born Maroo's novel set within the context of the British Gujarati milieu was praised by the Booker judges for its use of the sport of squash as a metaphor for complex human emotions. It revolves around the story of an 11-year-old girl named Gopi and her bond with her family.

Sep 20, 2023

Apurva Chandra Unveils 'People's G20', an eBook on India's G20 Presidency

  • The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Secretary, Apurva Chandra, unveiled an ebook titled 'People's G20' in New Delhi, offering a detailed insight into India's G20 Presidency. This ebook serves as a comprehensive documentation of India's significant role in the G20 Summit and its various initiatives during its tenure. The book is divided into three distinct parts, each shedding light on different aspects of India's G20 Presidency.
  • The ebook "People's G20" serves as a valuable resource for those interested in understanding India's role in the G20 and the impact of its Presidency. It not only provides a detailed account of the G20 Summit but also sheds light on the behind-the-scenes efforts and the people-powered movement that made India's G20 Presidency truly remarkable. With contributions from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Press Information Bureau, this ebook is a testament to India's commitment to transparency, inclusivity, and global cooperation.

Sep 11, 2023

'Fire on the Ganges Life among the Dead in Banaras' by Radhika Iyengar

  • Radhika Iyengar is the author of the book 'Fire on the Ganges: Life among the Dead in Banaras,' released by HarperCollins. The book explores the city of Banaras (also known as Varanasi) in India, particularly its relationship with death and the afterlife. Fire on the Ganges is the first attempt to chronicle the everyday realities of the Doms in Banaras. Through their tales of struggle and survival, betrayal and love, it tells the at-times-heartbreaking, at-times-exhilarating story of a community struggling to find a place beyond that accorded to it by ancient tradition.
  • Radhika Iyengar is an award-winning journalist with a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York. She won the Red Ink award for Excellence in Indian Journalism (2018). In 2020, she was awarded the Charles Wallace India Trust fellowship at University of Kent, UK. She received the Bianca Pancoat Patton Fellowship in 2019 and was a recipient of the Sanskriti-Prabha Dutt Fellowship (2016–17).

Sep 01, 2023

Pradhan Launches Comic Book Developed by NCERT and UNESCO 'Let's Move Forward'

  • The Ministry of Education and UNESCO launched an innovative comic book aimed at enhancing health and well-being of school going children across the nation. The comic book, titled 'Let's move forward' was officially released by Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Education, and Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, in a special ceremony held at Kaushal Bhawan in New Delhi.
  • The event was graced by senior government officials, policy makers, institutions under the Ministry of Education, UN Agencies, and other partners.
  • The comic book has been designed to be an interactive and educational tool to compliment the implementation of the School Health and Wellness Programme under Ayushman Bharat.

Aug 31, 2023

J. P. Nadda Releases Outlook Group's Coffee Table Book 'Sikhs and Modi'

  • BJP President J P Nadda released the Outlook Group's Coffee Table Book 'Sikhs and Modi' (A Journey of Nine Years) at a function in New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Nadda said that the teachings of Sikh Gurus contributed towards the unity of the society, patriotism, and dedication towards religion.
  • He added that all the Prime Ministers have delivered their speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort on Independence Day, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the first Prime Minister of the country, who organized the main event at the Red Fort, to celebrate the 400th birth anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh. He also highlighted that the Narendra Modi government granted Foreign Contribution Regulation Act registration to Sri Harmandir Sahib, and now Sikhs from across the world can make contributions to the temple. He said, Besides, the Modi government also gave massive relief to Gurudwaras by waiving GST on langar items.
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