Spanning just five days and set in the fictional temple town of Jharmuli near the sea, Anuradha Roy’s new book Sleeping on Jupiter, is a heart wrenching, yet beautiful portrait of resilience and feist
An IT professional based in Gurgaon, Tanmay Dubey’s debut novel Just Six Evenings is a tale of love, lust and ambition in a corporate India that shines at the expense of the dreams it tramples under i
After two books dedicated to superstar Rajinikanth and his punchlines, author ‘PC’ has come up with his first fiction novel
There aren’t too many titles that come to mind when one thinks of Indian speculative fiction, but Indra Das gives the genre a leg-up to a whole new level with his provocative debut novel, The Devourers.
Dilip Hiro has written a book a year for the last three decades with a focus on West Asia. He specialises in a sort of narrative history that is based on secondary sources.
Indian american novelist Tania James’ latest book has as its protagonist a traumatised rogue elephant who ‘buries’ the bodies of the humans he attacks and kills
Elizabeth Kottarem’s debut short story collection takes its title from one of the charming tales in the book — Mehbub Gulley.
In a land of lush greens and golden sunsets, the wives of Bengal Greys officers have been dying violent deaths; one every year and always in March.
A video grab of LTTE chief Prabhakaran with the flag of the Tamil Eelam that his organisation wanted to create out of Sri Lanka for the country’s ethnic Tamils.