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Priyanka Chopra: The Incredible Story of A Global Bollywood Star discusses one of the hugest crossover success stories

Priyanka Chopra: The Incredible Story of A Global Bollywood Star", revolves around what the title lays forth - a global Bollywood star.

30 Jul 2018

The troubled childhood of Trevor Noah and how his mother saved him

Trevor Noah's compelling memoir presents a troubled look at life in South Africa under apartheid and is a classic tribute to his mother.

31 Oct 2017

Tin Man: all for a painting of sunflowers

The appeal of her writing is so strong to the senses that it is almost visual and auditory. And the best part, this 197-page long novel is a perfect page turner to be read in one sitting.

30 Oct 2017

New Indian writing: Sachin, the Green Movement and more

With the Nobel Prize for Literature and the Man Booker Prize - the two most coveted literary honours - having been awarded earlier in October, the literary season has indeed set in.

29 Oct 2017

Exploring flavours, tastes of the 'bhansa ghars' of Bihar

The Bhojpuri Kitchen, authored by Pallavi Nigam Sahay, is not only a celebration of recipes but also of the region's festivals.

25 Oct 2017

New books: Branson's virginity, gothic ghosts & Bhojpuri food

On the stands in October will be diverse books across genres that will meet and suit everyone's preferences.

01 Oct 2017

Journey of the short story: From news columns to anthologies

There must be something extraordinary about short stories that they continue to attract vast readership globally.

24 Sep 2017

New books: On MF Husain, Indian erotica, football and alcohol

The literary scene has been quiet for some time now, but as the heat of summer gradually recedes, quite a few literary festivals and gatherings are on the cards.

30 Aug 2017

The most intimate moments are shattered now: Arundhati Roy

Booker winning author Arundhati Roy, back after a hiatus of two decades and long-listed for the much-coveted award, speaks about new writing in an interview. 

30 Aug 2017

Independence was only transfer of power; true freedom is equal access to everything for everyone

The nation has just celebrated Independence Day with great pomp and fervour — but does this special occasion evoke similar sentiments among the Dalits living in the country?

21 Aug 2017

Indulge reading list: Five books to look forward to in August 2017

With an intriguing mix of genres - dominated by non-fiction - August offers simple reading options without the hype that distracts and manipulates readers.

31 Jul 2017

Five books to look forward to in July 2017

The month of July will come as a boon to fiction readers as several prominent novels such as The Lovers by Amitava Kumar, Navigating India by Bharat Joshi are slated to hit the stores.

03 Jul 2017

Discovering the ethereal world of modern masters

Exhibits sculptures and paintings and drawings by modern masters Devi Prasad Roy Choudhury and Ram Kinkar Baij

06 May 2017

Five books to look forward to in May 2017

India is the world's sixth-largest book market, and currently the second-largest for books in English, behind the United States

29 Apr 2017

Smuggled out of N. Korea, these chilling stories lay bare horrors of dictatorial regime

Written with deep emotion and elegance, the offering is at the same time a hopeful testament to the humanity and rich internal life

22 Apr 2017

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