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Military Literature Festival

While generally welcoming the proliferation of literary festivals in India, I'm not too sure about the latest one, the on-going inaugural Military Literature Festival. The programme does seem rather... militarized, rather than literature-focused, but maybe the panels and discussions were/are more bookish.....
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