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Amitav Ghosh


HarperCollins bags publishing rights of three Amitav Ghosh books

January 06, 2020 1:26 pm

HarperCollins Publishers India will publish the three books in 2020, 2021 and 2022.

What you read in 2019: Political biographies, books on climate change, mental health and #Metoo

January 01, 2020 1:40 pm

Literary trends, like any collective inclination, are manufactured. Here are what people read this year.

'Migration has overturned the politics of the West'

June 16, 2019 6:01 am

Author Amitav Ghosh on his new novel, the international clandestine migration network, and why it is a part of Indian culture to be interested in words.

Not the Same River

June 15, 2019 10:10 am

Amitav Ghosh’s novel sails into troubled waters. The voyage is action-packed but disappointing.

Amitav Ghosh receives Jnanpith Award: A look at his best books

June 13, 2019 10:04 am

Amitav Ghosh, who spent his formative years in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and studied in Delhi, Oxford and Alexandria, is known for creating rich literature out of the blind spots of history.

Jnanpith Award conferred on Amitav Ghosh

December 15, 2018 6:20 am

Amitav Ghosh's most recent book, The Great Derangement; Climate Change and the Unthinkable, a work of non-fiction was released in 2016.

The right to be partisan

October 15, 2015 8:41 pm

Let's examine this accusation of being partisan. The most obvious question is: why shouldn't writers, or for that matter, any citizen, be partisan?

Govt tacitly enabling attacks on writers; Sahitya Akademi leadership also at fault: Amitav Ghosh

October 15, 2015 7:23 am

In an interview with The Indian Express, Amitav Gosh speaks about the govt and the writers who had returned their Sahitya Akademi.

Mumbai Underground: Date with Amitav Ghosh

June 08, 2015 4:05 am

The latest book is the third of his critically-acclaimed and bestselling Ibis trilogy

Opium War inaugurated era of free-trade imperialism: Amitav Ghosh

June 03, 2015 1:43 pm

Amitav Ghosh's The Flood of Fire speaks to the present like an oracle from the past - about empire, economics and the heroism of ordinary people. He talked to Amrita Dutta: