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When Archie and friends decide to attend India’s Comic Con

Comic Con India has teamed up with the popular Archie Comics to launch a limited edition comic book.

Ruskin Bond’s stories to come alive as audio books in his own voice

This series of audio books will be released in early 2020 and will be available across all leading audio book platforms.

Children’s Day: Books you can gift to the little one

Children's Day: On this day, we bring to you a list of books you can give to children or re-visit yourself to keep the child in you alive.

Now, a Kama Sutra colouring book for adults

Though, the book is not available in Indian bookstores, it can be ordered online.

Bookmarked: What you should read this November

In order to help you stay abreast with the new novels that come out every month but tend to get lost in the crowd, here’s a list that will help you decide what to read.

You can’t go home again

A debut novel set in Kashmir about big ideas — identity, belonging and the perils of good intentions.

The Shell Game

The unravelling of the India leg of the global off-shore investigation that took the world by storm.

In his new book, Panjab: Journeys Through Fault Lines, author Amandeep Sandhu touches upon Punjab’s disquiet

"Towards the end of the book, my journeys have taught me empathy which now fills the hole in my heart," says author Amandeep Sandhu.

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay NIF Book Prize award for Ornit Shani’s ‘How India Became Democratic’

The book shines a light on the extraordinary tale of drawing up India’s first electoral rolls, even before the Constitution of India had been drafted.

Nabaneeta Dev Sen no more; here are some books to remember her by

In her professional career, Sen published more than 80 books in Bengali.

Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy, RK Narayan, Vikram Seth’s books feature in BBC’s 100 ‘novels that shaped our world’

The list has been divided into 10 categories — identity, love, sex and romance, adventure, life, death and other worlds, politics, power and protest, class and society, coming of age, family and friendship, crime and conflict and rule-breakers, the names — with 10 books each.

DSC shortlist announced: Madhuri Vijay, Manoranjan Byapari feature on the list

These books have been chosen from the longlist which consisted 15 books. The prize is in its ninth year.