Books

  • Asmita Sarkar |October 31, 2017

    Creativity Crosses Physical Boundaries, Says Crime Fiction Writer Vish Dhamija

    UK-based writer Vish Dhamija is going strong in the crime fiction genre, with six books to his name, and seventh on the way.

  • Aswati Anand |October 24, 2017

    Angela Saini Shows Feminism And Science Need Not Be Strangers

    London-based writer Angela Saini talks about her book, Inferior: What Science Got Wrong About Women.

  • Shankar Chaudhuri |October 12, 2017

    Henri Cartier-Bresson’s India in Full Frame

    A collection of pictures encapsulates the iconic photographer’s enduring fascination with India.

  • Aisiri Amin |October 11, 2017

    Beyond the Coolie Identity in the Caribbean

    Indians have overcome racism, discrimination and exploitation to find their place in the Caribbean.

  • Pallavi Srivastava |October 10, 2017

    Masala Mix: Sri Rao Stirs Up Indian Passions with Bollywood Kitchen

    New York-based scriptwriter Sri Rao brings together Indian food and Hindi films in his new book, Bollywood Kitchen.

  • Chetna KapoorChetna Kapoor |October 8, 2017

    Gay Literature in India

    If gay literature in India has been progressively ahead of its time, then why has mainstream society been so behind?

  • Pallavi Srivastava |October 3, 2017

    Vivek Shraya: Connecting the Dots

    Vivek Shraya’s The Boy & the Bindi included in US librarian’s list challenging First Lady Melania Trump’s choice of Dr Seuss books.

  • Zofeen Maqsood |October 1, 2017

    Dark Truths From the Sunshine State

    There is more to Goa beyond the sunny beaches and susegad. A secret past tradition that was deliberately kept under wraps… until a new book ripped off its lid.

  • Bhumika K. |September 28, 2017

    Visa Wives: Unseen Presence, Unknown Stories

    Radhika MB’s Visa Wives is a book for women who move to the US on a dependent visa, reassuring them with stories of those who've been there, done that.

  • Aisiri Amin |September 25, 2017

    Shared Tables: Breaking the Curry Stereotype

    Kaumudi Marathe is teaching the West to look beyond Chicken Tikka Masala.