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27, Feb 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

The sixth edition of Delhi Literature Festival (DLF 2018) concluded with some of the most exciting sessions. This year's festival which is aimed to promote young authors, kept its promise to include as many young authors as possible. Read News

19, Feb 2016, by : Fnf Desk

Mr. Niraj Jha an activist of Central Delhi for upliftment of Maithil community in Delhi has said that a symposium of Maithil laureates and writers is being organised on the occasion of International mother tongue day on 21st February 2016 at 02 pm by Maithili Sahitya Mahasabha in New Delhi. Entry is free and any one may watch the program. Read News

10, Nov 2013, by : Randi Zuckerberg

There are millions of people around the world who, although daily users of social media to improve their lives, feel overwhelmed, insecure, and confused about how these technologies are changing their friendships, their families, and their careers.Even I - one of the first people to work for Facebook after it was set up by my brother Mark – have had difficulty balancing 'tech' and 'non-tech' moments.Read News

27, Dec 2012, by : FnF Desk

Peter Parker's death in the Marvel Comics' "Amazing Spider-Man No. 700" takes place. Yep, the dorky, geeky teen you've grown up with since the early '60s falls at the hand of a longtime nemesis. While Peter Parker dies, does it signal the end to the web-slinger as you know him? Read News

20, Dec 2012, by : FnF Desk

Little Red Riding Hood travels through the forest to see her ailing grandmother unaware of the dangers of the big bad world outside, only to be tricked by a wicked wolf. 'Little Red Riding Hood' one of the stories among a collection of about 200 folk tales by the Grimm brothers has been retold by Google doodle in 22 illustrious frames as a tribute on the 200th anniversary of Grimm's Fairy Tales.Read News

18, Oct 2012, by : FnF Correspondent

One of the great classics of American literature Herman Melville's Moby-Dick has been celebrated in the latest Google doodle. The search engine's tribute to Melville's best known work coincides with the 161st anniversary of the novel's first publication in Britain in 1851. The doodle depicts a scene from the book in which Captain Ahab commandeers a boat to strike at the huge white whale.Read News

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