Do you know which breed of dogs was allowed to enter the British Parliament by a decree passed by King Charles II? The range of subjects in indeed diverse
The survey of what are considered seven classical dance forms comprises a brief history, and yet a detailed description of events.
A valiant endeavour, Abba falls frequently into the trap of being a mimesis of filial representation
A reference guide to challenge the monopoly of the annual Malayala Manorama yearbooks, this one looks set to break the latter?s monopoly.
From Rameshwaram to the Rashtrapati Bhawan, this biography takes a quick look at the life of missile man and now president, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam.
That the Indian diaspora occupies a place of prominence globally has been evident for some time.
Calcutta or Kolkata, whichever name you prefer to recognise this grand old city, you cannot be indifferent to it.
Sun Shuyun recollects her experiences while travelling to India. The journey ends, where it began, in Xuanzang.
The parallel progress of the Tatas and India are remarkably interwoven, says Suman Tarafdar.
Decades of civil war, a massive uprising in the 1980s, and now the tsunami, Lankan economy has faced many challenges.
With Saturday, Ian McEwan offers a novel rich in texture and with concerns central to our times.
Evidences show that few dreams significantly influence the course of the dreamer's life.
Scoured stores for a dictionary which helps you correct common errors without success? Your search perhaps is over...
The book presents one of India's most popular TV series in the printed, and irresistible, format.
India's only female surbahar player makes the perfect subject for a poignant biography.