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Apr 18, 2019
India Misinformed: Read an excerpt from new book which aims to identify purveyors of fake news, expose propagandaIndia Misinformed: The True Story is written by the team of Alt News, a fact-checking website that debunks fake information – and edited by Pratik Sinha, Dr Sumaiya Shaikh and Arjun Sidharth.
Dec 31, 2018
As translated works receive praise from critics and readers, will regional language writers be offered more chances?Translated works are making it to the shortlists of awards like the DSC Prize and the JCB Award. Authors who write in regional languages are now writing with the awareness that their books will reach a global audience
Jul 11, 2018
Sanjay Dutt's autobiography to release in 2019, will reveal stories that actor 'never had a chance to tell before'Sanjay Dutt's autobiography is billed as "perhaps the biggest, most dramatic and honest star memoir to emerge out of Bollywood"
Jun 27, 2018
Nayak: With Bhaskar Chattopadhyay’s book on Satyajit Ray’s classic, film novelisation comes of age in IndiaBhaskar Chattopadhyay's novelisation of Satyajit Ray's Nayak offers a true reverse-osmosis of sorts, where the visual allure of the filmmaker’s images might be missing but the crux of his writing becomes more prominent
Jun 13, 2018
A South Asian queer poetry anthology seeks to represent the community's everyday realitiesAkhil Katyal, one of the editors of this anthology, talks about the curation process and his favourite queer poetry
Jan 11, 2018
How Jayant Kaikini's 'No Presents Please' escapes the mundanity of most other translated Indian fictionA new collection of stories set in Mumbai, No Presents Please by Jayant Kaikini has just appeared in English translation (HarperCollins)
Nov 14, 2017
HarperCollins new children's books to include stories by Ruskin Bond, Gulzar, Anitha BalachandranUnder HarperCollins Children's Books, a range of books is planned across age groups and genres, from picture books and chapter books for younger readers, to middle grade and young adult fiction, non-fiction, biographies, activity books and more.
Nov 04, 2017
My Adventures with Satyajit Ray: The Making of Shatranj Ke Khilari is a must-read for movie loversWhat makes Suresh Jindal’s account of the making of Shatranj Ke Khilari worth reading is the unique manner in which he gives an insight into the mind of the maestro Satyajit Ray
Oct 15, 2017
Sooni Taraporevala captures Mumbai's intimate, characteristic visuals in 'Home In The City'On display are Sooni Taraporevala's picture of MF Husain, as well as a picture of Irrfan Khan taken on the set of Salaam Bombay!
Oct 01, 2017
Manu Joseph on his new book: 'Wanted to bring Narendra Modi into fiction'Veteran journalist and former editor of Open magazine, Manu Joseph is back with his third novel — Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous, published by HarperCollins India