Books and Authors - Current Affairs for March, 2015

Books and Authors Current Affairs for March, 2015

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▼ Amitav Ghosh among 10 finalists for Man Booker International Prize 2015   [03-30-15]

The 58-year-old Amitav Ghosh had narrowly missed out on the Booker Prize back in 2008 when he was shortlisted for his work 'Sea of Poppies'. The finalists were announced at the University of CapeTown in South Africa by writer and academic Professor Marina Warner, chair of the five-person judging panel.

▼ Meira Kumar authors "Indian Parliamentary Democracy-Speaker's Perspective" and presents first copy to Indian President   [03-28-15]

The book is an account of the role of parliamentary diplomacy in furthering foreign policy and strengthening international relations. The volume is a collection of reports and select speeches that Ms Meira Kumar as Lok Sabha Speaker and leader of Indian Parliamentary Delegations delivered at international conferences and during her visits abroad.

▼ Nepalese national poet Madhav Prasad's work to be translated into Hindi   [03-28-15]

Embassy of India and B.P. Koirala India-Nepal Foundation organized Book Release ceremony of Samvedana Ke Swar, a collection of poems translated into Hindi at Nepal-Bharat Library, Nepal Airlines Building, New Road. The book was released by National Poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire and Ambassador of India, Shri Ranjit Rae.

▼ Bihar publishing 3 volume series on Shaheed Bhagat Singh   [03-28-15]

Rare documents and images, including a graphic depiction of the hanging of Bhagat Singh and his two aides Rajguru and Sukhdev, which were banned during the colonial era, are now being published in three huge volumes by the Bihar State Archives, BSA.