By Jatin Desai
Babu Bangladesh! is a brilliant novel written by Numair Atif Choudhury.
By Avila Naik
Sometimes you wish that the movie you are going to watch has everything in it, from action to drama to tragedy to romance and some twists...Read More
By Munmun Ghosh
Any novel set in Kashmir today per force has to grapple with the issue of militancy.
By Pearl Mathias
The art of meditation has been gaining precedence in our fast-paced culture.
By Anupama Chandra
Godmen and conmen are always in the news. They are always topical and the fact that many godmen are conmen makes them newsworthy also.
By Sandeep Singh
When most professionals start reading the book they will think why they did not receive a call from Deepak Parekh, Chairman HDFC Ltd. and...Read More
By Prof. Shiv Sethi
Little Miss Misfit by Amruta Kandurwar, takes you on a roller coaster ride with its main protagonist Rhea who is a young, independent gir...Read More
By Sumit Paul
At the outset, it’s imperative to make it clear that the book Prodigal is not an apologist’s account of Islam, though many readers might ...Read More
By Raina Bhagat
You-Jeong Jeong’s first English translation, The Good Son, makes a welcome splash in a market where works ranging from Gillian Flynn’s 20...Read More
By Sumeet Naik
Democracy lies at the very core of every Indian’s DNA, reads the opening line of this book The Verdict.
By Shikha Jain
Set in the West about two Indian-American familes, the book comes with so many lessons that one can incarnate in their life.
The book ‘The Dark Lord’ is an attempt by Nihar Sharma to unite the existing modern world and the mythological empire of heaven and hell.
Kavitha Yaga Buggana’s debut book ‘Walking in Clouds’ is a travelogue chronicling the journey to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar, the ...Read More
Being a completely disinterested book reviewer, seldom do I recommend any book with euphoric effusiveness.
In the middle of 2006, Facebook’s Chief Privacy Officer, Chris Kelly, sent me an email stating that his boss was facing an existential cr...Read More
Rakhshanda Jalil’s new book But you don’t look like a Muslim is a collection of 40 essays divided into four sections.
By Raveena Singh
I was discussing contraceptives with a group of women, and one young mother named Marianne said, “Do you want to know why I use contracep...Read More
Authors like Ravinder Singh have undoubtedly got a wider appeal among the youth of our colleges and universities, but their writings have...Read More
By Anushree Tiwari Sharma
A Patchwork Family raises pertinent and to some extent disturbing questions about the prevailing legal system in India, the complexity of...Read More
This latest title in John Grisham’s Theodore Boone series finds its titular 13-year-old protagonist taking on the case of his childhood f...Read More