Jaspreet Singh’s new novel, which revisits the pogrom of 1984, is a confluence of literature and science.
The recriminalisation of Sec 377 has made Benjamin Law’s witty book on gay life in Asia especially relevant. This excerpt features an interview with a famous Babaji who insists he can ‘cure’ homosexuality.
A close up of the great cricketer in an in-depth and comprehensive biography.
An extract from Leadership in the Indian Army describes the greatness of Field Marshal KM Cariappa.
An extract from A Space of Her Own talks about the position of women in patriarchal society.
Harper Collins presents an English version of a collection of beautiful tales written first in Urdu.
Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya weaves a love story around the Indo-Japan war.
This book gives about workplace and of course the weirdoes there. Read on to know more about them.
This book is equipped with knowledge on hairstyling techniques and other tips on hair care.
Olivia Fraser's colourful travelogue describes her experiences in India.
Zadie Smith weaves a tale about ambition, love and betrayal.
Quirky anecdotes, essential facts and figures and invaluable advice, this book packs it all.
In this beautifully-written tome, Shonar Joshi tries to decipher what it mean for us to be Indian.
This remarkable book traces the history of Kashmir from pre-partition India to the situation today.
Pamela Mountabatten has used diary entries and extracts from family albums to write India Remembered: A Personal Account of the Mountbattens.