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Arundhati Roy finds racial insult in Mammootty film Abrahaminte Santhathikal, says there is no point in criticising
Author and Man Booker Prize winner Arundhati Roy, in a recent interview, revealed that she found an instance of racial insult in the 2018 Mammootty film Abrahaminte Santhathikal.
16 novels including four translated works in contention for the coveted prize.
Narendra Modi, Shashi Tharoor, Raghuram Rajan shortlisted for 16th edition of the Raymond Crossword Book awards
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.
Fatima Farheen Mirza speaks about her new novel, A Place For Us, and on working with Sarah Jessica Parker.
Anjum Hasan’s new collection of short stories explores various levels of angst, and the empty spaces in the lives of people
Being a bibliophile isn’t a prerequisite to attend the KLF
Arundhati Roy and Mohsin Hamid announced as finalists by National Book Critics Circle for 2017 Awards
Favoured by celebrities including Konkona Sen Sharma and Arundhati Roy, Rina’s collections has been dominated by an understated elegance ever since her first show back in 2010
Author Arundhati Roy has said her second book The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is not a novel which is to be made into a movie.
Penguin Random House India has announced that he Booker winning author Arundhati Roy and writer-politician Shashi Tharoor, will be participating in a special edition of the annual Spring Fever.
Arundhati Roy's latest novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness has failed to make the cut for the shortlist of six books for The Man Booker Prize (Fiction) 2017.
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.
A modern-day love story from Pakistan brings the focus back on English language writing from the subcontinent.
Kamila Shamsie’s Home Fire stands out among other books in the Man Booker Prize longlist for its simple style.
The 120-minute-long production tries to open up a debate centred around the politics of the human body
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