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Sourav Ganguly's journey beyond that is for the history books -- emerging as one of the finest Indian players ever to have played the game along with over 18,000 international runs.
All Indu's crowdsourced stories show that women are looking for a lot more than only long-term romantic relationships online.
The Cha Bar at Oxford Bookstore has intorduced Goooaaal, a Special World Cup Menu to set the mood right for football lovers
The club will involve telling stories through pictures by children’s author and reading specialist, Praba Ram.
The chef was in Bengaluru for a pop-up at Lavonne Patisserie
An initiative of the India-Bhutan Foundation and India’s leading literary agency, Siyahi, the festival will be held from August 23rd – 25thin the Bhutanese capital of Thimphu.
Crea-Shakthi reflects on the treatment of women during the freedom struggle
Life Coach AVIS Viswanathan will host Srikrishna Sivakumar and Jayanth JA in the newest edition of his talk show.
Oxford Bookstore is celebrating Pride Month with books, conversation and much more
The city of Allahabad is a living entity in Neelum Saran Gour’s book on the Hindustani singer, Janki Bai Ilahabaadi.
In Aparna Jain’s book about real-life icons, the idea of girl power is far from happy stories of super-women in capes.
Nadia Akbar speaks about the late Freddie Mercury serving as a metaphor in her new book, and emerging
Unlike a few years ago, the taboo around competitive gaming is slowly fading.
Penguin Random House India to publish the book in 2019 and will be published simultaneously in the US by Ballantine Books.
Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival Premiere presents Kolkata launch of Ratnottama Sengupta edited That Bird Called Happiness, stories by Nabendu Ghosh
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