‘Mythology can be a Liberating Journey’
18 Nov 2017
The chessboard of empires
Challenges of 1970s’ egypt revealed
11 Nov 2017
The multi-linear narrative tells a story that reflects the problems that plague various societies
The Great War on Prithvi is a racy read and a reflection of contemporary Indian fiction
07 Nov 2017
When it comes to be counted in the world's greatest directors, only one name finds place -- Satyajit Ray.
06 Nov 2017
Shailli Chopra, founder of SheThePeople, talks about the exclusive book club by women, for women and about women
04 Nov 2017
A dark, deep and at times delightful read that definitely could have been more
What is true of mountains is also true of this book. In one way, it lives up to the ‘wanderings’ part of its title.
K Satchidanandan, has been selected for this year's Ezhuthachan Puraskaram, Kerala government's highest literary honour.
01 Nov 2017
After a complaint was filed against him for outraging the modesty of Niharika Singh, actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui apologised and announced that he is withdrawing his book "An Ordinary Life."
30 Oct 2017
Laying no claims to have covered every aspect, here is a ground plan to guide you in the city
28 Oct 2017
Translation of vernacular works into English has allowed modern writers to emerge as a literary force
Karan Mahajan, whose second book has been shortlisted for the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2017, speaks about the sense of impotence victims of small attacks feel
Author Arundhati Roy has said her second book "The Ministry of Utmost Happiness" is not a novel which is to be made into a movie.
27 Oct 2017
Set in Victorian England, the offering at hand is an extremely creepy and menacing Gothic horror novel.
Nobel prize-winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda did not die of prostate cancer, as listed on his official death certificate, forensic experts claim.
26 Oct 2017
The prestigious University of Cambridge has begun discussions to make its curriculum more inclusive by incorporating black and minority ethnic (BME) writers, attempting to 'decolonise' its syllabus.
25 Oct 2017
A trained chef explores the varied cuisine of the state and describes her discovery of the "bhansa ghar" in a new book.
24 Oct 2017
Ruskin Bond's autobiography, "Lone Fox Dancing: My Autobiography" has been awarded this year's Atta Galatta-Bangalore Literature Festival Book Prize in the non-fiction category.
Hachette India has brought out "Chase Your Dreams", an adaptation of Tendulkar's autobiography "Playing It My Way", exclusively targeted at children and young adults.
22 Oct 2017
Judaism, Christianity and Islam have severely limited the portrayal of the divine as feminine. But in Hinduism ‘God’ very often means ‘Goddess’.
21 Oct 2017
A Gentleman Economist’s take
A necessary read for a perspective on monetary policy, exchange rate management and banking reforms
Pages of Juvenile Fantasy
With a bare bones plot, this 16-year-old debut author tries his hand at some amateur suspense
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Kotkhai rape-murder: Himachal court extends cops' custody
Political blamegame over fake resignation letter of Gujarat Congress chief
SC holds stringent bail condition in PMLA as unconstitutional
India seeks Pakistan's sovereign guarantee for Kulbhushan's family
Mumbai's Versova beach cleaning to continue
Vyapam scam: CBI files chargesheet against 592 people
KMC to send notice to Sourav Ganguly after dengue mosquitoes' larvae found in house
Sonia Gandhi, Congress leaders meet Sri Lankan PM Ranil Wickremesinghe
Egypt's Prime Minister Sharif Ismail leaves country for medical treatment
Russia says US terror listing of North Korea could lead to 'catastrophe'
OPEC WhatsApp chatroom dead as Qatar crisis hurts Gulf oil cooperation
RBI relaxes 26 per cent debt-equity conversion cap for asset reconstruction companies
India look to extend dominance in second Test against Sri Lanka
France vs Belgium: Davis Cup captains face final choices