Divthey Contest: Write to Win 2013 (India)

15 March 2013
Divthey Contest: Write to Win 2013 (India)
Deadline: 31 March 2013

To enter the DIVTHEY PROFESSIONAL CONTEST, please submit an essay discussing the root causes of the systemic failures where an inmate on suicide watch can hang himself. Alternatively, feel free to explore the glaring flaws which allow for deplorable cases such as the Delhi gang rape case in 2012 to occur and reoccur. The word limit is 500 to 1500 words. The prizes include:
  • A copy of Multiple Choice Questions for Judicial Service Examinations with Reasoning and Explanatory Answers by Narender Kumar;
  • A copy of CLAT 2013 Common Law Admission Test by Arihant Publications.
To enter the DIVTHEY FICTION CONTEST, submit a piece about which book you wish was real and which character you would like to be in the book. The word count for the essay should be between 500 and 1000 words. The prizes include:
  • A copy of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and published by Scholastic,
  • A copy of The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho and published by Harper Collins Publishers;
  • A copy of ASURA: Tale Of The Vanquished by Anand Neelakantan and published by Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd.
For those interested in sending the write up in Hindi, please contact kanwarn@in.com

  • The submission should be in 12 pt Times New Roman font. No fancy fonts or formatting.
  • Please paste your entry in the body of your email. Do NOT attach any files. Any email with attachments will be deleted promptly. If submitting to both, Professional and Fiction Contests, please submit entries individually and not in the same mail.
  • There is no entry fee.
  • The decision about the winner is final and will not be subject to question.
  • The results will be declared and posted on the blog within a week of the contest closing. The winners will be intimated by email.

For queries/ submissions: kanwarn@in.com

Website: http://kanwarn.wordpress.com/
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