'Citizen Delhi- My Times, My Life': Sheila Dikshit's memoirs reveal challenges of serving Delhi with limited powers
Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit in her autobiography reveals how she motivated her fellow MLAs to work for the people of Delhi despite the narrow manoeuvring space administratively.
In this excerpt from 'Ramakant Achrekar: Master Blaster's Master', the author revisits the first interaction between Sachin Tendulkar and Ramakant Achrekar.
Headley found more than 20 targets for terrorism, which he reported to Lashkar-e-Taiba. And he delivered roughly 50 hours’ worth of video from Mumbai.
“Half-Lion: How PV Narasimha Rao transformed India”looks at the former's PM's rise to power, and subsequent fall
Margaret Atwood's gone back to the future again with her new novel, The Heart Goes Last.
Cooking more than one egg at the same time was the same as getting caught.
In this excerpt from the final book of the trilogy, The Oath of the Vayuputras, we can get a sense of the action sequences that have made the trilogy a thrilling read for legions of fans.
In this excerpt from The Secret of the Nagas (Westland Books), Amish gives his readers a taste of how difficult it is to be the much-anticipated saviour, repository of a people's hopes.
The Immortals of Meluha marked the arrival of Amish and the beginning of his Shiva trilogy. The book had faced rejection from many publishing houses but went on to become a sensation.
Amish follows the adventures of young Ram Chandra and his brothers but in his own fashion makes them relatable to a modern generation.
As the nuclear scientist President of India tries to figure out if this young man is indeed guilty of an apparently senseless murder, the book unfolds against a political canvas of modern India.
Anand Ranganathan’s novel For Love and Honour (Bloomsbury) is set in the northeast in the jungles of Mizoram with its Mizo National Front camps as well as more genteel tea estates.
1984 The Anti-Sikh Violence and After, is a riveting account of facts about the anti-Sikh riots in the winter of 1984 that went unnoticed and recollections of the horror that are both gripping and disturbing
The Great Indian Novel (1989) is Shashi Tharoo’s debut work of fiction in which he deftly combines his adulation for the great Indian epics – Mahabharata and Ramayana – along with the freedom movement, to come up with a work that is high on satire and rich in history
The murder of fourteen-year-old Aarushi Talwar in May 2008 in her comfortable suburban home along with the family servant has turned out to be an unresolved mystery for all.
Here's an excerpt from new graphic novel Empire of Blood.
Exit Interview, published by Rupa Publications, is a work of fiction where journalist Rasha Roy moves from one job to another.