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Sonu Sood to Pen Down his Experience of Helping Migrant Workers

Actor Sonu Sood is now all set to come up with a book recounting his experience of helping migrant workers reach their hometowns during...

J.K. Rowling Launches Bedtime Stories ‘The Ickabog’ Online

Breaking new ground, J.K. Rowling, the creator of the immensely popular Harry Potter series, on Tuesday launched the online serialisation of a new 34-part...

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...

German Translation of a Book on Indian Ancient Wisdom

A book on Indian wisdom, which has been formally prefaced by NASA Chief scientists and authored by the researcher Shri Salil Gewali of Meghalaya,...

Read about Your Favourite Marvel Superhero in Book Format

You have read about them in comics -- that was the original genre. They then transformed to the stage, to the small screen, then...

Book on Swami Vivekananda ‘The Modern Monk’ to Get Screen Adaptation

 "The Modern Monk", a book about Swami Vivekananada's relevance to present-day life and times, is set to be made into a film. Film producer Sunil...

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....

A landmark book to detoxify India

By Dr. Naresh Goswami 'GREAT MINDS ON INDIA' is simply outstanding! I never knew that such a compilation exists and we all should be thankful to...

10 Indian Author’s Books Selected for JCB Prize for Literature

Ten outstanding Indian novels in English along with translations from Indian languages by veterans as well as debut authors were longlisted on Wednesday for...

7 Things A Fictional Writer Should Never Do!

Based on interviews, with authors over the years, and conferences, it has been found that fiction writing can be challenging. There is no doubt...

Listening for Well-being : Arun Maira Talks About a Democracy in Crisis, Unsafe Social Media and More in his Latest Book

Former Planning Commission member Arun Maira's latest book is titled 'Listening for Well-Being' Maira observes that physical and verbal violence in the world...

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...

Bob Dylan: Spiritual Side of the Legend explored in Upcoming Book

Bob Dylan was majorly impacted by Judaism, Christianity and other parts of spirituality A spiritual side of the poet and its effects on...

Exclusive: ‘The Ethical Doctor’ Author Dr Kamal Mahawar explains Grim side of the noble medical profession in India

A sixty-year-old man with chest pain goes to his local family doctor. Chest pain is a common clinical condition and can result from a...

Ayodhya: A Book claims Ram Temple was Destroyed by Aurangzeb not Babur

A book claimed that Ayodhya was under the reign of Aurangzeb, when the Ram temple was demolished The author has tried to establish...

‘Culture of Encounters: Sanskrit at the Mughal Court’ by Audrey Truschke

This book is available at Amazon. Preetha Nair (IANS) Mughal rulers patronised Sanskrit literature in their courts, especially between AD 1560 to 1660, and also took...

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...

The Bride from Bombay: History behind migration of Indian diaspora

Recently on March 16, there was an event held at the St Augustine campus of University of West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago. The...

Editing out India and Hinduism: California ‘Textbook’ movement spreading Indophobia?

New York: Led by hundreds of high school students, teachers, parents of Indian kids in American schools and “outraged” grandpas and grandmas, more than...

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By Dr. Kumar Mahabir The government of Guyana should be highly commended for honoring Dr. Walter Rodney, who was killed in a bomb blast on...

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By Mark Richter If you ask a few broadband internet users about satellite internet connection, the reviews would probably not be good because of lower...

Idleness Might Take A Toll On Children’s Minds During COVID Lockdowns

By Salil Gewali Just about two weeks back I was coincidentally confronted with the most contrasting situation in a market. On the one hand a...