India Journalist’s Murder Sparks Global Outrage
Gauri Lankesh's murder has drawn widespread international condemnation and sparked a global debate on the state of freedom of speech in India.
When Six Words Say a Lifetime of Immigration Experience
Six Words Fresh Off the Boat is an upcoming book featuring experiencing of immigrants from common walks of life, as well as celebrities like Aziz Ansari and Mila Kunis.
Students at Harvard to Learn Ramayana, Mahabharata
Slates to start this fall, the course is being lauded by Hindu support group.
Sujatha Gidla Creates Stir Through Memoir on Dalit Experiences
Sujatha Gidla's Ants Among Elephants narrates her life as an untouchable in India, and as a New York Subway employee now.
Writers from Pakistan, Sri Lanka Find Publishing Haven in India
Indian publishers can afford to experiment with content, genre and writers, say these authors.
Me Author: Desi Writers Step into Self-Publishing
A growing number of Indian American writers are turning to self–publishing. But can the voracious Indie-authors break through the traditional book industry?
Love in The Times of the (Neo Indian) Literati
Indians have discovered a new found fascination with romantic novels set in their soil and written by home grown authors.
Apparitions of Doon
The ghosts of a literary Indian hill-station that haunt the writers of the present
China Honours Indian With Highest Literary Award
China has conferred its highest literary award on Prof. B R Deepak for his book, which is a translation of 88 classical Chinese poems into Hindi.
Superheroes Get a New Past, Present and Future, Again