The author admits existence of partiality in evaluation of student assignments and says ‘leftists’ are favoured.
As we manoeuvre through the many demands of relationships, career, property and health, we often sense a void, a feeling of alienation from our true selves. Is it possible for one planet to orbit so many suns?
Swedish author Carin Gerhardsen specialises in writing socially-engaged crime novels that are known for their narrative depth. She speaks to Bhumika Popli about what drew her to this genre.
Finnish author and journalist Minna Lindgren speaks to Bhumika Popli about the tradition of crime writing in northern Europe, her own trilogy of crime novels, and her first ever India visit.
John Hamilton writes about what happened when book covers of literary classics, like Lolita, A Clockwork Orange and A Room with a View, were given a modern makeover by young designers.
Michael Creighton’s book of poems, New Delhi Love Songs, celebrates the street life of the national capital, as well as its street names, minus the historical baggage, writes Vineet Gill.
Delhi’s most popular literary event, World Book Fair opened at Pragati Maidan this Saturday, with a host of activities, panel discussions and books sales lined up for visitors, writes Bhumika Popli.
In this Guardian 20 special, authors Amitava Kumar, Anjum Hasan, Chandrahas Choudhury, Jerry Pinto and William Dalrymple write about the books they most enjoyed reading in 2017.
Anuk Arudpragasam, whose debut novel has won the Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize, as well as the DSC Prize for Literature this year, speaks to Bhumika Popli about matters of craft.