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As far as Bond thrillers go, Forever And A Day, the 40th official novel in the James Bond Series, is set up like the mother of all Bond escapades
Novelist Ernest J Gaines, whose poor childhood on a small Louisiana plantation germinated stories of black struggles that grew into universal tales of grace and beauty, has died. He was 86.
Hollywood star Josh Gad says adapting books for the screen is a tricky business.
Rapper Eminem is celebrating 12 years of sobriety with a promise to grow stronger in his fight against addiction, and says he is not afraid about the road ahead.
Ann Patchett is at her elegant best in her new novel, The Dutch House, and she's also a shining beacon for the cause of reviving the bookstore culture.
Award winning author and musician Amit Chaudhuri recently launched his second book of poems titled Sweet Shop at the Oxford Bookstore in Kolkata
The sixth edition of the Bangalore Literature festival on October 28-29 will see the participation of 130 renowned authors, speakers and artistes.
Upset over the five per cent customs duty proposed on imported books, an association of Indian publishers and booksellers is planning to meet government officials to highlight their problem areas.
Author Grayson Perry says in The Descent of Man musculinity needs to be questioned but the first step is creating awareness of the problem – or rather, creating awareness that there is a problem.
Along with an impressive collection of books, their cafe offers a regional but contemporary menu
Prinseps set to host their first No Reserve auction, carrying the first edition rare books and documents from the Indian Independence Movement
Oxford Bookstore invites you to a discussion, Am I A Citizen? , a conversation on identity, belonging and nationality
Catch Amit Chaudhuri in conversation with Saikat Majumdar at the Oxford Bookstore tomorrow
A statement released by the Bharatiya Jnanpith said his writing had extraordinary depth and substance, while also creating a space where the past connects with the present.
Amitabha Bagchi, winner of the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2019, gives us his overview of current social affairs, and the need to carefully look back at the past.
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