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Twitterati start an independent publishing house to promote emerging Malayali writers

Three friends, who met on Twitter, decide to unite storytellers from the timeline by publishing a short story anthology

Published on 24th March 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

Published on 29th April 2017
Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran books India for his concert after Justin Bieber

Ed Sheeran marks Mumbai among his list of nine cities to perform

Published on 10th May 2017
Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts to star in The Bookseller

Julia Roberts will star in a film adaptation of best-selling novel The Bookseller

Published on 12th May 2017
Ruskin Bond

Guess what books Ruskin Bond loved as a youngster? Read on

Ruskin Bond opens a window to his earliest encounters with incredible writers and their wonderful writings that shaped him

Published on 15th May 2017

We’ve heard of customised tees, but pencils? UniQBees gives stationery a personality makeover 

Now customers can pick a piece of art or pattern and get it customised onto a backpack or notebook or even a piece of stationery like a pencil or eraser. And all in a matter of a couple of hours

Published on 19th May 2017
Meenukal Chumbikkunnu

Meenukal Chumbikkunnu: Are we ready to talk homosexuality yet?

Author of the controversial novel Meenukal Chumbikkunnu on moving away from male-centric narratives

Published on 26th May 2017
Diljit Dosanjh

I like reading people rather than books: Diljit Dosanjh

Excited about Super Singh, Diljit Dosanjh shares about his human interactions  

Published on 9th June 2017

Bond legacy: Ruskin’s books get a theatrical treatment

Madras Players gives a fresh perspective to Ruskin Bond’s work

Published on 16th June 2017

John Oakes: The reader’s publisher

John Oakes talks about being an independent publisher in the changing landscape.

Published on 16th June 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.

Published on 3rd July 2017

The Storytellers’ Bar has books on the ceiling and typewriters on the walls

With typewriters jumping off the walls and a museum’s worth of framed stories, the Storytellers’ Bar in Puducherry offers a fresh spin on aesthetic as you sip on your cocktail 

Published on 30th June 2017

Ravi Subramanian’s contemporary thriller addresses Temple treasure worth billions

Seven years ago, the best security feature at the world’s richest religious institution was obscurity 

Published on 7th July 2017

HarperCollins to publish 25 iconic books in one special edition

Twenty-five of the most iconic books published by HarperCollins India are all set to be packaged in a special edition to kickstart the publisher's silver jubilee celebrations

Published on 8th July 2017

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