In another session, in a conversation with Professor Manjari Katju, ex-INC spokesperson Sanjay Jha spoke about how the concept of democracy had been diluted in the last half a decade.
The session was punctuated by a poets reading their poems in vernacular languages, followed by their English and Hindustani translations.
On January 2, at Nehru Indoor Stadium, three entries were finalised at the State level, for each category.
As part of this, a 25-minute long audio play titled Haar Jeet will be performed on January 23 at 1 pm on the YouTube channel of HLF.
John Mathew Matthan who was the chairperson of IFFI 51 Indian Panorama Jury revealed details about 'Sarfarosh 2' and said, it is about the internal security of India.
While the essence of a literature festival may take a backseat, the organisers are hoping that this year's tech-enabled gathering becomes a memorable page in its history
The festival on Thursday announced that the upcoming movie gala will showcase films of 19 artistes from India and nine international names who passed away in the year gone by.
Going past the concept of God, agrarian communities acknowledge nature as the creative force worthy of veneration, as farms and fields come alive with tropical abundance during this time of the year
The 51st IFFI will be celebrating the work of legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray by screening five of his classics.
This year for the exhibitions at HLF, in four different Art Schools have been invited to present their work via an online exhibition from January 22 to Feb 11.
At the Dubai Shopping Festival, each day four lucky winners are selected for a prize of 250 grams of gold.
The film, which has fictional elements, has been inspired by the real life story of a girl whose story was published in a journal.
An official statement said the festival's objective is to hear the voice of the youth between 18 and 25 years of age, who vote and will join various careers in coming years, including public services.
Sinha believes that literature continues to be a major source of stories for cinema and also the web space.
Legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray's classic 'Apur Sansar' will be the inaugural film of the festival in which 131 movies from 45 countries will be screened till January 13.