The thematic focus of the World Book Fair 2017 was on writings by and about women, with a series of related readings and panel discussions hosted at the venue, writes Srija Naskar.
Few winters ago, Devyani Khobragade grabbed international headlines over an alleged visa fraud in the US involving her housekeeper.
Diplomat and debutante author Devyani Khobragade speaks to Srija Naskar about her first book of fiction, which draws as much on her political philosophy as on her personal experiences.
In her book of memoirs, Life Was Like That Only, Delhi-based author Prabeen Singh gives a heady account of an eventful life as lived by someone who is part of the earliest generations of a newly independent India.
Every year, Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary selects a word of the year. And this year, the word that has been selected is “surreal”.