Judges unanimous in the choice of Northern Irish winner for ‘utterly distinctive’ Troubles-era novel.
16 novels including four translated works in contention for the coveted prize.
Insta-famous baker Shivesh Bhatia is dropping his first book this month. Here’s a peek inside...
Modi's name features in the Children's Books category for Exam Warriors, Tharoor's in Non-fiction category for Why I Am A Hindu, and Rajan's in Business and Management category for I Do What I Do.
The Last Englishmen weaves together history, intrigue and politics to recreate an era of conflicts and paradoxes.
Suzanne Franco recounts the inspiring real-life story of a young girl in Gandhi’s South African Satyagraha force.
Ruby Lal re-creates the fascinating life and times of the Mughal Empress, Nur Jahan.
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.
From history and environmental writing to poetry, the Ooty Lit Fest hopes to harness the power of the written word
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.