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Thriller, A Genre That Holds A Special Place: Bilal Siddiqi

'Canary Trap', 'Starburst Maneuver', 'Camp Swampy' and 'Dangle' form common vocabulary for someone who at the age of 18 started writing 'Bard of Blood'...

Bollywood’s Portrayal Has Been Disappointing: Chetan Bhagat

Bestselling author Chetan Bhagat insists that Bollywood's portrayal in the media post the Sushant Singh Rajput tragedy has been disappointing and far-fetched. Stressing that...

Indians Have a Never-Ending Appetite for Love Stories: Romance Author Ravinder Singh

By Siddhi Jain Popular romance author Ravinder Singh, who has written bestselling novels like 'I Too Had a Love Story,' 'Can Love Happen Twice?' and...

Sadhguru: Youth is the Most Alive, Idealistic, and Energetic

Spiritual leader and author Sadhguru believes in the potential of the youth. "Youth has enormous potential. If we can inspire them to identify with humanity...

Read This Article If You Are a Book Lover

Airbnb has recently unveiled a novel way to travel and imbibe your favourite reads this spring. Guests can choose from a collection of Online...

Penning a Book Doesn’t Make an Author Immortal: Ruskin Bond

BY SIDDHI JAIN Much-loved and widely-read author Ruskin Bond believes that it's from a love of reading that a writer comes to a love of...

Sridevi’s Biographer: Wanted to Know Many Things About Her

BY ARUNDHUTI BANERJEE Author Satyarth Nayak, who has penned the biography "Sridevi: The Eternal Screen Goddess", says he had too many questions in his mind...

Pakistani-Canadian Author Tarek Fatah: University Campus is not Immune to Politics

BY VIVEK TRIPATHI Pakistani-Canadian author Tarek Fatah has said that those opposing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) are prone to a "separatist mindset". Raising questions...

Twinkle Khanna: A Writer Needs an Inflated Sense of Self-worth While Writing

Actress-turned-author Twinkle Khanna feels a writer needs an inflated sense of self-worth while writing. "I strongly believe in the power of being the moron. I...

Chinese Authorities Put “Separatism” Charges on Mongolian Writer

Chinese authorities in the northern region of Inner Mongolia have tried an ethnic Mongolian writer in secret on "separatism" charges, a rights group said on Friday. Lhamjab A....

Actress Manisha Koirala Wishes to Explore More As an Author

After writing about her battle against cancer in "Healed: How Cancer Gave Me a New Life", actress Manisha Koirala says she wants to write more books and has a "couple of...

Actress Manisha Koirala Pens Down Her First Book “The Book of Untold Stories”

Actress Manisha Koirala has penned her first book titled "The Book of Untold Stories". Manisha on Wednesday took to Instagram, where she shared the look...

Book Review: Author Tim Harford’s “Fifty Things That Made The Modern Economy” deserves Plenty of Plaudits

Author Tim Harford has written a new book titled 'Fifty Things That Made The Modern Economy Tim Harford is also an economist and...

Pakistan-born Canadian Writer Tarek Fatah breaks his silence on Twitter about his Facebook Account Suspension

New Delhi, May 7, 2017: An author and journalist Tarek fatah reacts to his suspension of account on social networking site Facebook last month, and...

Ruskin Bond: Children’s Author celebrates his 82nd B’day

Ruskin Bond, a wonderful Indian author, who has won the hearts of many with his intriguing words. He is best known as a children’s’...

Tamas: A classic on India’s partition

New Delhi: Bhisham Sahni's "Tamas", a timeless classic on India's partition, holds strong relevance in the present scenario because it speaks of how politicians...

Ancient caste system not attributed to one’s birth: Amish Tripathi

New Delhi: When India is still in agony about the Dalit research scholar's suicide, the best-selling author Amish Tripathi is trying to convey the...

Tamil writer Perumal Murugan wins ILF award

New Delhi: Tamil writer Perumal Murugan will be honoured with the fifth Indian Languages Festival's (ILF) 'Samanvay Bhasha Samman' award, it was announced on...

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