Sriram Karri takes up our country’s troubled politics and history to pen a book that covers a spectacular amount of ground — everything from the Emergency, the Sikh riots, the Mandal mayhem to Godhra riots
Everyone knows Amish Tripathi as the immensely popular author of the Shiva trilogy that has sold over two million copies and which will soon be turned into a movie by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions.
For an industry of its size, reach and profile, the television business in India has not been closely examined by academics in a serious way.
He has only written two books so far, but I can say this with complete confidence: no matter how many books Omar Shahid Hamid writes, he will never fail to give you an ending you never, in your wildest dreams, expected.
Sociologist George Herbert Mead, while writing about the process of socialisation, identified ‘the significant other’ as the first major influence in terms of the way the child is taught to think and to behave before a
transition is made, much later, to ‘the generalised other’
Ganga Bharani is a technical analyst by profession, and writer and avid blogger by passion. Her debut novel Just You, Secret and Me garnered great reviews and sold more than 5,000 copies.
Aashiqui girl Anu Aggarwal pens an autobiographical story about her life before and after a near-death experience
What do you do for an encore when your first published novel is an instant bestseller and hailed as a classic? Simple, thought Nelle Harper Lee. Disappear from public gaze.
It is very seldom that I read a book in one sitting. It is even more seldom that I love a book but am stumped at the thought of reviewing it.