Before Harsha Bhogle there was Ashis Ray. He was the only Asian ball-by-ball commentator on BBC’s coverage of the 1979 and 1983 Cricket World Cup. Ashis Ray is the seniormost active Indian broadcaster and writer on cricket.
Describing how hard it is for children today to live with good values, Eileen Alden — one-half of the creators of Super Sikh — describes Deep Singh, the 20-something turbaned superhero as a cross between Batman and Jason Bourne.
A newspaper column is, by definition, something current and immediate. The writer gets an opportunity to offer instant analysis on a matter that is in the news, thus helping shape opinions and perceptions. It is an enviable job.
A self-professed bibliophile and a language enthusiast, Shivangi Ramsay’s latest Straight from a Lover’s Heart is her first short story anthology, post her debut novel.
After proving his mettle as an actor, singer, lyricist, Ayushmann Khurrana turns writer with a book co-authored with his wife Tahira
Kiran Nagarkar is known for his path-breaking fiction in Marathi and English. A recent newspaper survey found that Ravan & Eddie and Cuckold were counted amongst the finest fictional works written by an Indian, while Khushwant Singh said that Cuckold was the best Indian novel written.
In his first non-fiction foray, bestselling author Ashwin Sanghi demysitifies the idea of luck as something elusive and beyond our control
He lives two lives, alternating between dream and reality, between the outer and the inner world. A research analyst by profession, Ashay Abbhi seems to have done it all, or at least a lot.
Drawing upon a lifetime’s experience in the hills and small towns of North India, Ruskin Bond records the many small moments that constitute a life of harmony