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A deeply thought-provoking dystopian satire

A vital, timely, thought-provoking and deeply relevant work of writing, the novel is definitely not recommended for the squeamish.

24 Dec 2017 1:07 AM

A tribute to the art of a cinematographer

It is more like a little primer for lay readers rather than an exhaustive probe into the intricate craft of cinematography.

24 Dec 2017 1:05 AM

A story of survival, resilience & redemption

Married to a former Austrian ambassador to India, Herbert Traxl, Shovana has lovingly researched the life and times of her father-in-law, Erwin.

22 Dec 2017 6:45 AM

A movement for making kids fall in love with reading

Children too have a short attention span as their days are packed with so much activity.

21 Dec 2017 11:27 PM

I found solace in pen and paper, says Ajay Pandey

He is a staunch believer that something good sprouts out of the darkest phase.

20 Dec 2017 12:09 AM

Journey of self-discovery

New Jersey-based debutante novelist Rupa Bhullar talks about the inspiration and journey behind her first book, The Indigo Sun.

20 Dec 2017 12:08 AM

A journey through unexplored territories

Ram and Deepa also say that understanding and trust is something that makes their team work incredibly well.

19 Dec 2017 12:38 AM

Bollywood films and body images

The “Fat is equal to Funny” equation predates cinema: films just amplified the quality and the feeling.

17 Dec 2017 1:09 AM

Close-to-life characters hold the book

Aza restarts her friendship with Davis with an ulterior motive, but they become good friends soon enough. Perhaps they fall in love as well.

17 Dec 2017 1:08 AM

Ghatotkacha and the magic of inner courage

The book is for 11-14 year olds, but I’m sure even their mothers will love reading it.

17 Dec 2017 1:07 AM