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GJEPC Conducts its first ever Buyer-Seller meet
The Gem and Jeweller Export Promotion Council inaugurated its first buyer-seller meet on September 3, 2020. GJEPC launched the buyer-seller meet with a view to revive the gems and jewellery exports.
- GJEPC launched the buyer-seller meet for every product category, however it began with loose diamonds.
- The meet is a one to one focussed meet that will be of 40 minutes where 10 visitors and 10 exhibitors will participate.
- Most of the visitors are from China . It is because market is already open and the Chinese are ordering goods from India.
- The Gem and Jeweller Export Promotion Council was established in 1966. It’s aim is to promote Indian Gem and Jewellery industry.
Anuradha Roy shortlisted for International Dublin Literary Award, 2020
The International Dublin Literary Award has announced it’s shortlist recently. Noted Indian writer Anuradha Roy has been shortlisted for the award for her book “All The Lives We Never Lived“.
Other authors shortlisted for the International Dublin Literary Award, 2020 are Pat Barker for “Silence of the Girls”, Anna Burns for “Milkman”, Negar Djavadi for “Disoreintal” translated by Tina Kover, Esi edugyan for “Washington Black”, Tayari Jones for “An American Marriage”, Edouard Louis for “History of Violence” translated by Lorin Stein, Tommy Orange for “The Friend by Sigrid Nunez, There There and Olga Tokarczuk for “Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead” translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones.
International Dublin Literary Award
The International Dublin Literary Award is presented every year for a novel written or translated into English. The award promotes excellence in world literature and is solely sponsored by Dublin City Council, Ireland. The first International Dublin Literary Award was presented to David Malouf for his novel “Remembering Babylon” in 1966. The award money is 100,000 euro making it one of the richest literary prizes.