These five books are rich not just in page count but also in terms of compelling content. Go ahead and lose yourself in them, even as we wait for the world to come back to normal.
In a video shared on Instagram, Kangana Ranaut can seen talking about the importance of films and books, more specifically the latter for the way it engages intellectually.
The world right now might look like a compelling dystopian novel, but let's look for some magic in words.
As part of the #StayHomeIndiaWithBooks initiative, over 100 books are available for download from the NBT website, an autonomous body under the HRD Ministry.
Staying at home is the new prescribed norm and this has led to a sharp increase in the activities one can do at indoors, and one of them is reading.
Satyajit Ray and Nemai Ghosh had worked together in one of Ray's earlier films, Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne and it led to a friendship that continued behind the camera as well.
Born on April 25, 1927, he along with René Goscinny had created the enduring Asterix comics in 1959. In 1977, following the death of Goscinny, Uderzo started writing.
Now, another company, Arcade Publishing, has snapped up the book and is releasing it Monday, with a first print run of 75,000 copies.
Sir Patrick Stewart read out some Shakespeare to sooth all the frayed nerves at this time.
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That sense of achievement comes through in the very opening pages as Malde starts off describing an “urgent” call from the school on her 50th birthday, the journey there imagining all kinds of mishaps, only to find that it was a surprise birthday celebration with the teachers and children.
The riveting autobiography of former Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria, and the cases that pushed him into the limelight
A fictional account of the many lives and aspirations that form the invisible armature of the vibrant Jaipur Literature Festival.
Brodak graduated from high school in Rochester in 1998, earned a bachelor’s degree at Oakland University there in 2004, then earned a master’s degree in creative writing from West Virginia University in 2008.
In 2016, a professional, independent reader who was asked to read both books -- Half Of A Yellow Sun by Adichie (2006) and Sade by Giwa-Amu (1996) -- found no similarities.
Their relationship was a bit strained after the poet got married but the three always stayed together. The exhibition titled The Child is Father of the Man is taken from one of his poems.
The Ides of March is considered to be pivotal in Roman history as the death of Caesar contributed to the transition from the historical period known as the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire.
In Salar Jung’s tenure as Diwan, we find in Dadabhoy’s treatment a comprehensive view of Hyderabad in the second half of the 19th century.
Deshpande’s recently released book Halla Bol: The Death and Life of Safdar Hashmi, encapsulates the life of this talented young man who was killed on the first day of 1989, when he was only 34.