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Nov 19, 2017
Tata Literature Live 2017: Kiran Nagarkar's book launch to Margaret Drabble talk, Day 3 highlightsThe day three of the Mumbai Literature Festival brought an array of sessions exploring everything from one’s right to offend to India's incredible obsession with the consumption of paneer.
Mar 19, 2017
Jerry Pinto's Murder in Mahim is well-intentioned but story takes a backseat to preachingI found myself asking that question repeatedly as I flipped through Murder in Mahim — Jerry Pinto’s whodunit/mystery novel set in Mumbai.
Mar 18, 2017
'In The City: A Library' is a nostalgic take on the disappearing library culture of MumbaiIn the City: A Library features pictures of old books taken at People’s Free Reading Room by Chirodeep Chaudhari with words by Jerry Pinto
Feb 27, 2017
Jerry Pinto receives Sahitya Akademi Award; urges writers to protect truth in acceptance speechMumbai-based novelist Jerry Pinto, who was one of the 24 recipients of the 2016 Sahitya Akademi Award, argued the role of authors in the wake of rising debate between nationalism and freedom of speech in India
Dec 21, 2016
Vannadasan, Jerry Pinto, Nasira Sharma among 24 authors named for Sahitya Akademi awardNoted Tamil writer Vannadasan, English novelist Jerry Pinto and Hindi author Nasira Sharma were among the 24 authors named for the Sahitya Akademi Award 2016.
Sep 11, 2016
In conversation with Jerry Pinto: How mental health and illness is perceived in IndiaJerry Pinto talks to us about his new book 'A Book of Light: When a Loved One Has A Different Mind' and the perception of mental illness in India.
Aug 30, 2016
Not lost in translation: Read these books by Indian women translated into English in the last yearDid you know August was Women in Translation Month? What work by a woman in translation will you be reading this year?
Dec 03, 2013
Why Jerry Pinto's Facebook post about the Tehelka case made us angryWhy would not one but several level-headed women writers explode over a Facebook status post, and revisit a case of sexual harassment that was reported two years ago?
Dec 02, 2013
Tehelka lesson ignored: When writers in glass houses throw stonesAll that lofty grandstanding sets a high standard by which one must be prepared to be judged -- and almost inevitably found wanting. As author Jerry Pinto recently found out.
May 15, 2013
A brother, sister and paying guest: Cobalt Blue explores transgressions of loveIn Sachin Kundalkar's new novel Cobalt Blue a young woman falls in love with the family's mysterious paying guest. But she doesn't realise her brother is in love with him too . Until one day the paying guest disappears.