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Panellists talk about writing in different languages, standing up for one’s own perspective.
The session on Urdu short stories was undoubtedly one of the finest the event had to offer.
Panellists discuss issues ranging from the death of reading to govt policies to aid publishing.
An abundance of English literature from Pakistani writers, say panellists.
Each panellist had a division of their own to talk about.
‘God is not a politician but His word is used for political gain’
Kashmiri journalist Bashareet Peer's book Curfewed Night was rejected many times before it was published.
All is not lost in the age of extremism, literature will survive and human values will find their way.
Visitors, young and old alike, to the ‘Khail Khail Mein’ story-telling session got a dose of nostalgia.
Writer Mohammad Hanif shares anecdotes from Israel and announces the title of his new novel.
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