Love’s wicked desires
22 May 2017
Twisted mystery with a sting
Delving deep into corruption
20 May 2017
17 May 2017
While writing the book ‘Mr. and Mrs. Jinnah – The marriage that shook India’ author Sheela Reddy stumbled upon interesting margin notes in the books owned by the couple.
16 May 2017
The National Book Trust has begun the process for publishing books for visually impaired readers in Braille and in the digital format.
15 May 2017
Anushka Ravishankar’s latest children’s book, Hic!, like all her previous works, has a simple premise. “Well, it’s about nothing much except hiccups and how to get rid of them!” she laughs.
K A Beena’s Kuttikalam is a slice of history, a document mapping the lifestyle of Keralites some decades ago.
Life of an extraordinary man, who was a close associate of Bose, Nehru and Indira.
13 May 2017
The author weaves together poetry and prose, and brings out the true spirit of the 16th and 17th century masque.
The book paints a detailed, layered portrait of Ahilyabai and her times.
Ramin Jahanbegloo in the book, endeavours to ascertain when and why civilisation, an attribute of humanity for five thousand years now, went off course.
09 May 2017
The author follows the trail of Jennie de Villiers as she traipses across geographies in search of her inner music.
06 May 2017
More often than not reading a translation, however good, leaves a lot to be desired.
The cover sets the pace for a riveting tale of life outside the pale of heterosexual relationships.
Lubaina Himid, 62, and Hurvin Anderson, 52, were joined by 45-year-old Andrea Buettner and Rosalind Nashashibi, 43, on the shortlist announced at the Tate Britain gallery in London.
03 May 2017
Two years after writer Nayantara Sahgal returned her Sahitya Akademi award to protest against intolerance in the country, she remains implacable.
01 May 2017
The best satires are written by the seriously pissed—the angrier they are, the more biting the writing. Life is too tragi-comic and either one goes sublimely profound on it or exposes it for the farce
29 Apr 2017
From territorial disputes to tensions related to water, the author analyses the major challenges faced by the two super powers—India and China
It is a mini-biography of sorts that talks about players, matches and the many memorable moments
‘The Refuge’ by Jasmin Naur Hafiz was released by Congress MP Shashi Tharoor last week.
27 Apr 2017
Landmark bookstore’s survey says Amish Tripathi’s Sita - Warrior of Mithila is on top of the list.
25 Apr 2017
M John’s military thriller is a sensational account of a Pakistan intelligence officer who turns rogue, followed by intriguing plot turns.
Banker-turned-author Biju Antony speaks about his inspiration to write ‘Shadows Lie’ which was published recently.
24 Apr 2017
The cookery journey delves into various foods that different communities eat.
22 Apr 2017
Ex-CIA director says warned Russia against election meddling
Controversial godman Chandraswami passes away
Munnawar Hassan murder: Cops recover kins' bodies
James Bond actor Roger Moore dies at 89
North Cachar Hills scam: Three get life imprisonment
Court asks CBSE to continue with grace marks policy
CBI asked to act against Tytler for passport fiasco
EC invites all recognised parties for EVM challenge
Bihar BJP heavyweights Shatrughan Sinha, Sushil engage in bitter Twitter war
Congress demands resignation of Madhya Pradesh minister over role in murder case
Ex-CIA director Brennan says warned Russia against election meddling
Man gets 12 years in Danish jail for 218 online child sex assaults
CB Shine crosses one lakh sales mark in a single month: Honda India
Steel homes under PM Awas Yojna for just Rs 2 lakh: Chaudhary Birender Singh
2003 World Cup final could've been different if T20 was around then: Tendulkar
Paes-Lipsky pair moves to second round of Geneva Open