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May 09, 2019
Read an excerpt from 'What the Economy Needs Now': Raghuram Rajan's thoughts on banking reformsWhat the Economy Needs Now is a collection of essays by Indian economists, each tackling an issue facing the country, and providing suggestions for economic growth.
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
Dec 01, 2018
World AIDS Day 2018: A new book speaks of HIV positive sex workers, their fight for agencyAshok Alexander, the author of the book and founder-director of the organisation Avahan, spent a minimum of four days in the field every week, to understand and build relationships with sex workers
Jun 20, 2018
Rebel Sultans: Tracing the origins of Malik Ambar, the hero of the Deccan who started out as an African slaveIn Rebel Sultans, Manu S Pillai traces the history of the Deccan from the end of the 13th century to the dawn of the 18th, punctuated by tales of drama, betrayal and murder
Mar 21, 2018
Sanjay Dutt sends legal notice to Juggernaut for publishing unauthorised biography; says 'book based on hearsay, gossip'Sanjay Dutt is planning legal action against the writer and publisher of The Crazy Untold Story of Bollywood's Bad Boy as he had not authorized anyone for his biography.
Nov 08, 2017
Barkha Dutt to write book titled Power discussing Indian politics in last two decadesBarkha Dutt's book Power will tell the twinned stories of the changing fortunes of the Congress Party and the rise of the BJP through men & women central to the narrative
Apr 23, 2017
Shadow Armies:Reporting on the fringe organisations and foot soldiers of HindutvaDhirendra K Jha studied eight Hindu rightwing organisations across India for his book Shadow Armies: Fringe Organisations and Foot Soldiers of Hindutva
Dec 27, 2016
'BJP forced Snapdeal to dump Aamir Khan': Party IT chief allegedly ordered online abuseThe raging intolerance debate against actor Aamir Khan, which led to Snapdeal dropping him as a brand ambassador in February this year, was not a voluntary decision of the company.
Nov 20, 2016
Twinkle Khanna on being Mrs Funnybones: 'I realised that being myself was good enough'In an interview with Firstpost, Twinkle Khanna talks about her new book The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad, and how she became 'Mrs Funnybones'
Oct 11, 2016
Watch: On Dussehra, Ramayana expert Arshia Sattar gets grilled by a 10-year-oldWhen 10-year-old Shayan met Ramayana expert Arshia Sattar, he had questions like: Why did Ram and Lakshman not teach Sita how to fight? Why did Ram not realise Maricha was a demon?