Suzanne Franco recounts the inspiring real-life story of a young girl in Gandhi’s South African Satyagraha force.
Rukmini Varma keeps things in the family, with a homage to Raja Ravi Varma.
Comedian Vir Das’ sister, author and filmmaker Trisha Das, tells a story of love and intimacy in her new book.
After months of reading and evaluation, the jury presented a longlist which displays the great diversity of contemporary literature by Indian writers.
The book is replete with anecdotal references and also busts some popular myths about doing well at the workplace.
A majority of women writers and 30 per cent first-time novelists are the highlights of the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018 entries.
The cause of death was complications with pneumonia, according to his publicist, Bill Evans.
Shankar Ghosh offers an account of modern India in the story of his father, the noted journalist, SN Ghosh.
Isambard Wilkinson, the Irish-born writer and journalist, currently based in Hong Kong, weaves a vivid, multilayered narrative in Travels in a Dervish Cloak.
Bulbul Sharma’s new book is a love story and a tale of self-discovery, as well as a homage to the beauty of the village of Shaya.
Energy therapist Amy B Scher’s memoir offers a story of healing, hope and most of all, self-discovery.
Orijit is mentoring young artists as part of a workshop organised by the Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) at Pepper House.