To imbibe the art of reading, children from over 2,000 schools in India will read their favourite book for 20 minutes today
A lot of examples and colourful illustrations, and activity columns after every chapter for the kids to solve, have been used in the book to help build a context.
Captain Ramesh Babu, a naval officer and history enthusiast is helping travellers unveil the past of Calicut
Having recorded over 400,000 visitors in 2019, the five-day extravaganza will have over 250 speakers, including the likes of Pulitzer winners Forrest Gander and Stephen Greenblatt.
Author Kevin Missal talks to The Morning Standard about his latest work of fiction and thoughts on writing.
Author Savi Sharma speaks to CE about her latest book, Stories We Never Tell, and how real-life incidents and people have influenced the characters in her books
For some time now, I had been preoccupied by thoughts about the incomparable life of a local man, Vavachan.
Seven years back, a young girl fled from Bengaluru to the US.
Children disappointing parents, some kids being favoured over others, the changing cycle of study, graduating, getting a job, getting married, having kids.
The book pays ode to teachers who work at public schools in smaller towns.
The Sunday Standard spoke with six publishing houses, primarily located in Delhi, about their top upcoming books in 2020.
It is easy enough to pity a woman like Amma who on the face of it, dealt with more than her fair share of hardship.
Octogenarian Michael Coutinho is the first to be introduced to the readers, reminiscing in 2015 about a long-ago day when he, as a teenager, witnessed an event that became lore in the Cavel community.
Jung Chang talks about writing about the Soong sisters from Shanghai in her latest book, Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister, and her struggle to be a writer in China.
Thirty Indian authors representing all linguistic regions of India are expected, with 15 Indian publishers participating in the fair.