Rajesh Khanna was crowned the first superstar of Hindi cinema and was always surrounded by fans. However, in his last days, he was a very lonely man.
With a record turnout of 245,000 visitors, the eighth edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival ended on a high on Sunday.
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Eight years after he demitted office of President of India, Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is still very popular among the people.
Smarting from his faux pas a few days ago when he publicly praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachchh Bharat campaign and was reportedly pulled up by the Congress party, former UPA minister Shash
Four more people have died from H1N1 flu, taking the total number of deaths due to this disease to 19 in Rajasthan this year.
Much to the relief of the organisers as well as visitors, the weather did not interrupt the proceedings on the third day of the Jaipur Literature Festival.
Rain failed to dampen the spirit of people who have come from across the world to listen to their favourite authors, think-ers and filmstars at the Jaipur Literature Festival.
Indian-American author Jhumpa Lahiri today won the $50,000 DSC Prize for Literature, one of South Asia’s top literary awards for her book The Lowland.
The Jaipur Literature Festival had a majestic start in the beautiful gardens of Diggi Palace Hotel in Jaipur on Wednesday.