'A House Full of Men’ by Parinda Joshi is a novel about false starts and failed attempts, messy love, refreshing familial bonds, and the importance of being understood…told with bucketfuls of humor.
The titles selected for the awards include acclaimed writers Amitav Ghosh’s ‘Jungle Nama’ to Minister of External Affairs S. Jaishankar's ‘The India Way: Strategies for an Uncertain World’.
Marcellus Investment Managers’ Saurabh Mukherjea on his latest bestseller Diamonds in the Dust and the myth of risk taking
Filmmaker-writer Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari talks about her book ‘Mapping Love’ and her upcoming film based on Narayana and Sudha Murthy.
In his memoir 'Stories I Must Tell: The Emotional Journey of an Actor', Kabir Bedi calls Hollywood as a famous sign on a hill, a symbol of fantasy for millions, but was devastating for him and how it was Italy and India who resurrected him.
A book is being created in response to US Vice President Kamala Harris's service and hard work and the advancement of the Indian-American community in the professional world.
Arundhati Roy’s new book is an iteration of already present facts.
While we are at home amid the second wave of the pandemic, the readers should not miss their favourite books.
KLF Bhava Samvad has completed one year with more than 200 sessions, 500 Speakers and more than 15 million audience engagement.
Amidst the prevailing pandemic, a heartening biography of a medical messiah from the Bengal’s hinterland lifts up one’s spirit.
In his new book, Sanjaya Baru deconstructs the morphology of the Indian power elite-comprising remnants of a feudal gentry, kulaks, a metropolitan business class, the civil services and a cultural elite of opinion-makers.
Shabnam Minwalla's 'Murder At Daisy Apartments' is an exciting murder mystery set in an apartment complex in Colaba, Mumbai, during the lockdown of 2020.
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‘Coming out as Dalit a memoir by Yashica Dutt’ is a vital and extensively researched commentary not only on Dalit history but what it means to be a Dalit today.
Extract from Myth-Busting: Indian Cricket Behind the Headlines, forthcoming. Taken with permission from Rupa Publications.
The Venkatesa Suprabhatam is one of the most popular prayer songs in India, and its unique story makes it a rare musical phenomenon.
The author Sudipta Sarangi delivers exactly what he promises: Economic rationale to explain the seemingly irrational, common-day behaviour.
Mihir Dalal is an editor with Mint, from where he has covered internet businesses for more than five years
TMC MP Mahua Maitra campaigns with party candidate Braj Kishore Goswami for the upcoming Shantipur Assembly By-elections in Nadia.PTI Photo
A girl looks at the face book page of Rashtriya Swayamevak Sangh or RSS, in New Delhi. Facebook in India has been selective in curbing hate speech, misinformation and inflammatory posts, particularly anti-Muslim...AP Photo/Manish Swarup
People wait to cast their votes during the Bihar Panchayat Elections at Sampatchak, in Patna.PTI Photo
Lok Janshakti Party (Ramvilash) party activists and students of Sant Pashupatinath Ved School perform 'hawan' for Indian cricket team ahead of their match against Pakistan at ICC Men's T20 World Cup, in Patna.PTI Photo
A pump attendent writes the petrol price on a board as diesel and petrol price soars to Rs.99.46 and Rs.108.13 respectively in Kolkata.PTI Photo
SRK’s persona evokes the kind of Indianness that denies categorisation into singular, exclusive identities. And thrives on making others feel welcome.
Shah Rukh Khan is the soothing balm for millions of Indian women living an oppressive life in an insensitive, patriarchal society.
How the larger-than-life Hindi film hero of yesteryears gave way to the relatable charm of Shah Rukh and the other Khans.
Virat Kohli will step down as T20 captain of India and RCB but that will not take away the fact that he remains a unique leader
With all foreign soldiers out of Afghanistan, the Taliban is now in a position to do pretty much what it wants.
It can be a crucial stepping stone to develop young minds to appreciate the importance of practising honesty throughout their academic journey and lay the foundations for successful professional careers.
One can be pro-religion, but against coerced religion; one can be pro-vaccines, but against coercion and mandates