Slice of life
12 Aug 2017
Exile, loss and homecoming
Aravind Adiga, Perumal Murugan books in DSC Prize for South Asian Literature longlist
11 Aug 2017
Poet Vijay Nambisan passes away
10 Aug 2017
These two new sites will be supported by a Language Champion who will provide strategic advice and help grow awareness of the initiative.
09 Aug 2017
In total, American authors used the seven risque words 28 times more often in the mid-2000s than the early 1950s, according to the study published in the journal SAGE Open.
07 Aug 2017
How did the idea of calling your new book, Three Thousand Stitches, germinate? After the success of one of my most ambitious social service projects— ending temple prostitution in Karnataka—3,000 form
05 Aug 2017
The author argues how urbanisation and our surroundings have to go hand-in-hand to survive
The book talks about the bumbling protagonist and his rickety journey into Pakistan to broker the biggest-yet heroin deal
The author documents the life of Paharis and discusses communities, forest policy and the status of women, analysing and unravelling facets of Hill life.
03 Aug 2017
Do not judge a book by its cover. This appropriately suits the story ‘Rafflesia-The Banished Princess.
01 Aug 2017
The couple loves reading, and their massive collection of over 20,000 books neatly arranged in two libraries, stands testimony to it.
30 Jul 2017
August offers simple reading options without the hype that distracts and manipulates readers.
Pamela Hicks nee Mountbatten was 17 when her father Lord Louis Mountbatten came to India as the last Viceroy. She saw a "profound relationship" developing between Nehru and her mother Edwina Ashley.
The author, a domestic violence victim, through immense courage holds a mirror to society and questions patriarchy
29 Jul 2017
Does God exist? Or is He a figment of our imagination? The author tackles this endless question in his book
This collection of short stories based on the theme of Partition opens up many wounds
The bureaucracy and institutions designed by the British rulers to maintain a colonial enterprise pose a challenge to India's growth, a new book by an Indian-American said.
28 Jul 2017
Former actress Twinkle Khanna s working on her third book.
27 Jul 2017
Roy, who won the prize in 1997 for "The God of Small Things," is in the running again with her long-awaited second novel, "The Ministry of Utmost Happiness."
The rise of Flipkart opened people to buying books online and the world of enchantment through Harry Potter became more popular among readers.
26 Jul 2017
The author 'helps you understand India like never before'.
Writer-lyricist Javed Akhtar, son of eminent Urdu poet Jan Nisar Akhtar, says sensibilities as a writer don't come on a platter and are not available in any shop.
25 Jul 2017
Classic boy meets girls, fall in love gets a charming new spin with no strings attached.
22 Jul 2017
A searing, terrifying story about intolerance, persecution and religious fanaticism that characterises Pakistan’s recent history, in which democracy is just a facade.
1984 riots: SC appoints panel to scrutinise 241 cases
DMK chief Karunanidhi discharged from hospital
Bus accident kills 4 on Jammu-Pathankot highway
Pilots must serve 12-month notice period: DGCA
Flight attendant's body found in Kolkata flat
School run by Rajinikanth's wife Latha shut
Trump praises N Korean decision to halt Guam missile test
6 RJD men held for attack on Sushil Modi’s convoy
1984 anti-Sikh riots: SC appoints panel to scrutinise 241 cases
Self-styled LeT commander Ayub Lelhari killed in encounter at Pulwama
China urges US, North Korea to 'hit the brakes' on threats
Bangladesh sees fresh influx of Rohingya from Myanmar
Tata Motors eyeing India's electric vehicles market with great interest: Group chief executive
Tata Global Beverages shares hit 52-week high, up over 8 percent
Committee of Administrators seeks SC directive on removal of top BCCI office-bearers
John Isner leaps into Alexander Zverev's path at injury-hit Cincinnati