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.
The almost flawless book is replete with numerous photographs of the flora and fauna of Sunderbans.
Doctors caution that food-medicine reaction could trigger sudden medical crisis in certain cases.
A new book, Indian Flavours, points out the foreign influences in the evolution of Indian food.
All versions of ndian men are entering the kitchen, traditonally a woman's domain.
Jinnah held him in high esteem, says a new book, The Trial of Bhagat Singh - Politics of Justice.
The book retells the legend of King Vikramaditya for contemporary times, writes Swapnil Rai.
Rachel Dwyer's unabashed love for Hindi films makes her book a real treat, writes Poonam Saxena.
Though Lost Spring reveals horrors of child labour, it offers few solutions, writes Mishty Varma.