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Jun 08, 2018
Amish Tripathi's new historical fiction based on semi-legendary UP king Raja Suheldev, to release on 16 JulyTitled Suheldev & The Battle of Bahraich, the book will be a part of a new series — Indic Chronicles.
Jun 07, 2018
Women's Prize for Fiction 2018: Pakistani-British writer Kamila Shamsie wins award for Home FireKamila Shamsie's Home Fire was also featured on the longlist of the 2017 Man Booker Prize
May 24, 2018
Philip Roth: Discovering the quintessential provocateur, from Portnoy's Complaint to I Married A CommunistLike Manto, Philip Roth had the writer's ability to tear every veneer that society glues to its façade
May 20, 2018
Zakir Khan on his Amazon exclusive: Like my character, I feel pressure to make everyone around me happyComedian Zakir Khan has starred and written the script of his fiction debut, Amazon Prime Video India exclusive Chacha Vidhayak Hai Hamare.
May 19, 2018
Anuradha Roy on her new novel, All The Lives We Never Lived, and the process of writing fictionIn her latest novel, All The Lives We Never Lived (Hachette), Anuradha Roy recreates through memory a journey that amounts to some prescient social and political questions
May 18, 2018
Fantasy fiction is sidelined, despite the wisdom it has to offer: Why we need to value the genreFantasy fiction may not sell, but it remains vitally necessary.
May 17, 2018
Cannes Film Festival 2018: John Travolta returns to French Riviera where Pulp Fiction won Palme d'OrJohn Travolta has a strong connection with the Cannes Film Festival, where he made his comeback from a post-Grease slump in 1994 with Pulp Fiction.
May 08, 2018
Travails with the Alien traces how Satyajit Ray wrote the sci-fi script that 'inspired' Spielberg's ETIt is alleged that both ET and Close Encounters of the Third Kind borrowed concepts from Satyajit Ray's script for his film The Alien, which was ultimately shelved
May 03, 2018
Google honours French illusionist and filmmaker Georges Méliès through first Virtual Reality doodleGoogle has put out its first virtual reality doodle and rather fittingly, it is in honour of pioneering French illusionist and filmmaker Georges Méliès
May 02, 2018
Police officer, thriller writer, social media whiz: Meet the Kolkata cop who tracks crime in fiction and real lifeSupratim Sarkar has used his way with words to write a collection of crime stories and manage the content of Kolkata Police's social media platforms | #FirstCulture