By Manasi Y Mastakar
On the occasion of World Book and Copyright Day, April 23, here are some renowned names in the literary world that have been caught in th...Read More
By Sumit Paul
Book: Words, Sounds, Images: A history of media and entertainment in India
With much ado, we nagged a few film and television actors to share their reading list. Here’s what they had to say
By Prof. Shiv Sethi
In her first essay, ‘The End of Imagination’ Roy critiques the deadly concept of the nuclearisation of a state.
By FPJ Bureau
Here are four books that book readers should look out for. Read the review here and grab the books to read.
By Avila Naik
The Atlas of Reds and Blues (page 182) best describes author Devi Laskar and her attempt to keep readers connected with the plot all thro...Read More
By Rohan Ambike
Battling For India: A Citizen’s Reader is a collection of articles, essays, interviews and poems by writers and intellectuals written dur...Read More
By Stanley Coutinho
Sonia Singh of NDTV declares that she wanted to bring out the human side of the fifteen celebs she interviewed between July 2018 and Marc...Read More
By VV Sundar
F-Rated by Nandita Dutta deals with this very subject. The book profiles eleven illustrious and accomplished Indian woman filmmakers in t...Read More
By Sapna Sarfare
Stephen Alter has penned up to 20 fiction and non-fiction books and most of his writing is around the Himalayan range where he still live...Read More
By Anupama Chandra
The two paint an intimate picture of Kaifi, as a father and husband. Both Shaukat and Shabana Azmi fondly remember Kaifi.
By Divya Nambiar
Waved into the antechamber of a labour room when the pain begins, what do you do?
By FPJ Web Desk
Book: Rajneeti: A Biography of Rajnath Singh Author: Gautam Chintamani Publisher: PenguinIn a career spanning nearly fifty years, Rajnath...Read More
There’s a newly minted term in English, esp. in the parlance of book-reviewing. It’s known as ‘blatantism’. The root word is ‘blatant’. T...Read More
By Sandeep Singh
Almost five years back (or may be more) I had a chance meeting with Rajendra Gupta at S Vyasa University in Bangalore. Both of us were at...Read More
By Sumeet Naik
Revolutions can begin, and often have begun, with reading...Annihilation of Caste is the eighty three year old text of speech, which was ...Read More
The first work I ever read of Amitav Ghosh was his debut novel The Circle of Reason and its characters of Alu, Balaram Bose and Jyoti Das...Read More
For years, it was only the infamous Bandit Queen Phoolan Devi whose name made the headlines when it came to women in crime.
Our understanding of religion in modern India is, amongst others, greatly influenced by Hinduism and the distorted aggressive political s...Read More
British Poet laureate Sir Ted Hughes’ celebrated wife Sylvia Plath asks in one of her mordant poems: “Whatever we know of women/It’s thro...Read More