The Festival will be hosting a series of book launches including Out of This World by Dr Sultan Al Neyadi.
The project will leverage contemporary technology options to support research efforts in various fields of knowledge, thereby enabling scholars to search and study these sources with ease.
She captivated pupils by providing a reading session with excerpts from her renowned books, Keep Smiling and Coming to England. Pupils from year groups 3 and 4 had the unique opportunity to interact directly with the Baroness.
Sheikha Bodour welcomed Mary Simon who is visiting the UAE for the first time, and took a tour of the iconic cultural centre.
A few years ago, the author was deeply shocked when a news anchor had distorted the name of a big Indian leader in Munger. The author is among the leader’s millions of admirers. At that time, the author thought his novel could become a voice of the downtrodden.
The 13th edition of the Sheikh Zayed Book Award has announced the winners for 2018/19, with five international authors and an Arab research centre honoured for their exceptional literary and intellectual publications. The Award is presented annually to outstanding writers, intellectuals and publishers, and emerging talents whose writing and translation in the humanities field enriches Arab intellectual, cultural, literary and social life.
Activists on social media circulated a video clip of the fire devouring books, expressing their full sympathy with the man, because the makeshift bookstore represented a cultural outlet for the city of Beirut, which is experiencing stifling economic crises.
The collection contains rare historical literature books dating back to the late 19th century. This addition enriches the House's vast cultural and knowledge storehouse for visitors wishing to explore the history of the Middle East.
In her work, Hindi is the soil on which Indian civilisation grows, while the spring of Urdu lies just below, irrigating the soil and making it fertile.