Calling it a “racially-biased content presenting Sikhs in negative tone”, Sirsa on Wednesday also tweeted that he was going to send a legal notice to the publisher.
What a withdrawal of a new picture book, The Art of Tying a Pug, which has run into trouble with a section of the Sikh community, means for India’s children’s writers
The comic revolves around the discovery of the daughter of the Gaulish chieftain Vercingetorix who Caesar defeated at Alesia.
The Real Mr Barkotoki follows a journey across time and space to piece together the life of Assamese litterateur, Munin Barkotoki
Speaking at the Khushwant Singh Literary Festival in Kasauli recently, Saksena elaborated upon what motivates these women to abandon the traditional playbook for girls and embrace the uncertain life of an insurgent.
In the fiction space, Tata Literature Live! first book award was given to The Far Field by Madhuri Vijay (HarperCollins).
The cancer survivor who battled the illness twice, called herself an “accidental actor”.
A timely account of the ways in which harnessing technology can help the disempowered citizenry
Stephen Alter’s exhaustive biography of the Himalayas is an exceptional tribute to the world’s mightiest mountains
Documentary filmmaker and author Saba Dewan shares the untold stories of the courtesans in her debut book Tawaifnama
Comic Con India has teamed up with the popular Archie Comics to launch a limited edition comic book.
This series of audio books will be released in early 2020 and will be available across all leading audio book platforms.
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.
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.
A debut novel set in Kashmir about big ideas — identity, belonging and the perils of good intentions.
The unravelling of the India leg of the global off-shore investigation that took the world by storm.
"Towards the end of the book, my journeys have taught me empathy which now fills the hole in my heart," says author Amandeep Sandhu.
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.
In her professional career, Sen published more than 80 books in Bengali.
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.
These books have been chosen from the longlist which consisted 15 books. The prize is in its ninth year.
The UK-based authors met the subjects of their book through the volunteer work they do with Asha, an NGO working with an aim to empower and uplift the Capital’s slum communities.
In an interview with indianexpress.com, actor Pankaj Kapur talks about his debut novella Dopehri and what he seeks to achieve with it.
Writer Madhuri Vijay on winning the 2019 JCB Prize for Literature for her debut novel, The Far Field.
Madhuri Vijay is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a recipient of the Henfield Prize. She has also won the Pushcart Prize and her writings have appeared in several magazine and publications.