'Kabali' will bring 'My father Balaiah' from libraries to drawing rooms: Author
What Thalaivaar reads in a movie might be read by his fans as well, hopes Professor Y B Satyanarayana, author of the book 'My Father Balaiah'.
Other sides of the Vietnam war
The Sympathizer is the untold story of an aide-de-camp in the Army of the Republic who flees to US after Saigon’s fall
Book tastings
A selection of new books this week.
Thrill of a thriller
But all is not what it seems: evidence suggests that Brady is somehow awake.
Matters of Science
The book is a formidable compilation of interviews of 19 scientists, including three Nobel laureates
The Greatest Bengali Stories Ever Told: The long and short of literary legends
The latest addition to translations of modern and contemporary Bengali fiction and non-fiction.
Perumal Murugan returns from exile with English translation of favourite short story
Just over two weeks after the court judgment, Perumal's ‘Neer Vilayattu’ has been translated into English.
The Caliphate: What we should know, and why not fear it
The work concerns itself more with history from the time after Prophet Mohammad's death to the next four-five centuries.
Victory from the airwaves: A coded history of World War I
The Indian revolutionaries trial in the US, take on different contours that what we know.
Not considering men or women superior is true feminism: Devdutt Pattanaik
Devdutt Pattanaik,who made the Ramayana colourfully accessible to a whole new generation, speaks on feminism and more.
Comic Theatre of the Absurd? The writings of Woody Allen
Much feted for his quirky films, Heywood 'Woody' Allen began his career by writing jokes and scripts in the 1950s.
Inside the mind of David '26/11' Headley
A reconstruction of the planning of one of the world’s most discussed terrorists who masterminded the 2008 Mumbai attacks
A Himalayan conquest
In this life story, the writer’s message of tolerant Islam is the need of the hour,his personal antipathies asides
Eat smart, feel smarter, live smartest
Aspirations fly high as 18-year-old brings a new cheat guide for healthy living
Book tastings
The flavour of new books this week.
A political life
This book is Margaret Alva’s autobiography where she details her 40-year career under four Prime Ministers.
My book does not attack Sonia Gandhi, it is a story of my life: Margaret Alva
Veteran Congress leader Margaret Alva today said she was "pained" to see attempts to create "controversies" over her book 'Courage and Commitment', asserting she has not attacked party chief Sonia Gan...
More than tennis, Sania had to battle the media
Sania was aware about what she lacked and quickly learnt what she needed for sustaining herself on the tour.
The perils of business trips to Pakistan's badlands
Pakistan's border badlands, where a merciless conflict rages between militants, both homegrown and foreign.
Enduring memorials and sharp critiques: A century of war films
Do you know which war film earned the ire of Winston Churchill, who felt it cariacatured him and tried to get it banned?
When rowling turned robert
JK Rowling is also one of the best storytellers of our times.
The history behind Mizo novel 'Zorami'
Malsawmi Jacob cried while writing her first novel but saw it through anyway. Seema Rajpal finds out how and why
Book tastings
Metaphor for a troubled history
Beauty is a Wound is largely based on a ghost’s vengeance, which is a mirror image for Indonesia’s disturbed past

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