Arwi, the link language, was created with Tamil and Arabic scripts for the benefit of the Tamil Muslims
Nataraj Budalu’s dileneation is precise and interesting, but his approach to poetics is fractured
Kuvempu Kathana Kauthuka does an extensive survey and analysis of this great writer’s writings
Rowena Hill has ably translated Mudnakudu Chinnaswamy’s poems into English
Carlo Pizzati’s “The Edge of an Era” analyses the recent global events and their impact on geopolitics
Stories of the city, shorn of clichés and stereotypes, come alive in the anthology, edited by Chitra Viraraghavan and Krishna Shastri Dev
Mumbai, once known as Bombay, is the city of dreamers and glamour. Best eminent as the financial capital of India,...
The author talks on penning novels at a rapid pace and how he doesn’t tailor them for a particular audience
Garima Gupta’s “The Body Nirvana” underlines the dangers of stress eating and the psychological aspect of weight loss
“Yoga does not remove us from the reality or responsibilities of everyday life but rather places our feet firmly and...
The launch of Harimohan Paruvu’s book ‘This Way is Easier Dad’ got people sharing tales of life lessons they learnt from their child
The National Book Trust has decided to dedicate its 60th year celebrations less than two months from now to a theme that has been much tal
A thriller that revolves around the Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Kerala will hit the stands on June 26.Titled In The Name of God and authored
Margaret Atwood is receiving a lifetime achievement award from one of the world’s oldest literary organizations. PEN Center USA announce
An economist argues that developing countries as a group could help reshape the rules that govern the global economy
A former minister’s account of how Greece handled a financial meltdown is a tell-all political memoir like no other
“Shaharnama Faizabad” offers detailed information about the social and cultural life of the historic town
John Oakes on his tryst with the publishing industry and how Samuel Beckett influenced his decision
Kolkata, the City of Joy inhabits numerous centuries old architecture and mysterious monuments since the British Rule. The capital city...
Publisher Naveen Kishore on theatre, the Indian reader, and what drives him to promote the arts
Shweta Taneja’s latest fantasy novel takes a dig at patriarchy and gender inequality
After enduring a sweltering summer, a blend of restful knoll and temperate temperature brings a sheer sign of relief to...
Khushnuma Daruwala explores a unique format in narrating her friend’s travails of finding her Mr Right through ‘50 Cups of Coffee’
If Las Vegas is eminent for its vibrant nightlife across the globe, Goa is evenly an entertaining hub in India,...
In Dean Jones’ Cricket Tips, the Australian legend stresses on the importance of striking a balance between attacking and defensive batt
CiNaRe was known for his use of Telugu in its pure form, and would not be swayed by filmmakers on the use of the language.
Jitendra Jain’s novel Chasing 33% brings to fore how the fear of examinations has taken away the charm of learning