Sanjay Dhingra is a rumdrinking maverick inventorentrepreneur whose rivals are all out to destroy him, unleashing power, seduction, theft and forgery.
It seems so in Dead Men Tell Tales, a compilation of real, bone-chilling cases of murder and suicide, by forensic surgeon Dr Umadathan
Kabir Bedi on The Beatles, asking John Lennon whether he took LSD, Promita’s streaking episode, marrying in haste and for the wrong reasons, and lessons learnt
Somehow this book seems much longer than its 242 pages, which in most cases is an easy ramble for a book lover.
A chance conversation in the house that inspired Nathaniel Hawthorne's The House of the Seven Gables convinced her that houses carry the imprints of their owners' trauma.
More than 500 princely kingdoms got sucked into the Indian Republic after independently gaining independence from the British.
Shankar Reddy Patlolla in Telangana and Vijesh in Kerala are establishing libraries in their towns and villages to combat the reading famine.
Author Anuja Chauhan knows how to paint Delhi in different strokes.
The man looked familiar. Ramdhan peeped from behind a tree to take a closer look at him, and froze.
Climate change is real, and it is exploding right now in front of us. And yet, most of us are ignoring it and some are denying it.
The author says for far too long, the word karma has been either grotesquely over-simplified or needlessly mystified.
Etaf Rum paints a brutal picture of her community in the debut novel ‘A Woman Is No Man’. The sufferings of women and girls are narrated with no sugar coating
The Great Mughals is a term used to describe the most powerful of the Mughal emperors; Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb.
A tale of coping with loss, The Unmarriageable Man, shows that it is love that metamorphoses into grief
Sixty years down the road, comes this biography of the Dalai Lama. It is as authentic and intimate as one can possibly desire.