Half a Life Ago: An Indian Immigrant’s 60-Year Journey in America
Krishan Bedi's memoir, titled Engineering a Life, talks about how his American Dream came true, and narrates his experiences in the country over the last six decades.
For the Love of India
Tara June Winch was so fascinated with India that she saved up money at the age of 18 to visit the country.
Indian Publisher Under Fire for Naming Hitler Among ‘Great Leaders’ in Children’s Book
Publishing house defends its stance saying the book is not talking about Hitler's views or conduct, but merely how “powerful” he was.
Archie and Friends Coming to India in a Bollywood-Style Movie
The characters of Archie, Betty, Veronica, Reggie, Moose and Jughead will be played by an Indian cast.
Facts, Fiction and the Making of a Novel
The right-wing politics in the United States and India is very similar, says Braham Singh, the U.S.-based author of Bombay Swastika.
Grave Injustice has been Done to Subhas Chandra Bose: Ashis Ray
London-based journalist Ashis Ray's new book, titled Laid to Rest, provides documentary evidence and testimonies about Subhas Chandra Bose’s death in 1945.
Reaching for the Sky
UK-based structural engineer Roma Agrawal decodes the mystery of architecture and engineering in her debut book, Built.
I Never Left Delhi: William Dalrymple
Delhi-based Scottish author William Dalrymple talks about travel, history and his new book, which is set in 18th century India.
NRI Voice: At Home, Everywhere
Singapore-based artist-writer Shubigi Rao does not believe in clinging to the ideas of nation, ethnicity or cultural singularity.
Making the Moves in Manhattan
Mumbai-based writer Koral Dasgupta’s latest book captures the personal tussles of a Bharatnatyam dancer who lives in the United States.