Books

Maja Lunde

‘I don’t think about the reader when I am writing’

Norwegian author Maja Lunde has written children’s books, as well as a...

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Book Review: No one can beat Stephen King in the art of building suspense

In his latest novel, Stephen King shuffles between the natural and supernatural worlds, concocting a clever mash-up of crime fiction...

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Book Review: A vocalist’s manifesto for reforming Carnatic culture

In Reshaping Art, author and musician T.M. Krishna presents a wide-ranging critique of the Carnatic tradition while attacking its caste...

Dr. Shashi Tharoor at the DAG New York Gallery

Shashi Tharoor launches two books at DAG New York gallery

New York: India’s foremost art gallery DAG hosted Shashi Tharoor in association with Indo-American Art Council (IAAC) its New York...

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Book by MHA officer reveals how UPA manufactured Hindu terror narrative

CBI sat on requests for evidence against Dawood as political quarters, in Chidambaram’s time, were against providing any.   Hindu...

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When did the mainstream appropriate Philip Roth?

Novelist Philip Roth, who died at the age of 85 last week, was considered a giant of American letters. But...

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Krishna was India’s unsung unifier

A salient aspect of Krishna Rajya is its emphasis on the need for a strong, centralised state, but one based...

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Writers who treat English as an Indian language

There was a time when Indian writers regarded the English language with suspicion or post-colonial contempt. But today, English is...

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‘Georgian London was a global hub, full of new things & ideas’

Author Imogen Hermes Gowar, whose debut novel, The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock, is getting rave reviews in Britain and has...