Storytelling as Life and Art – By Usha Alexander

Usha Alexander  grew up in Pocatello, Idaho, as the second of three children. She has lived in four countries and continues to visit as many as she can. Her first novel, Only the Eyes are Mine, was selected as a Semi-Finalist in the Multicultural Fiction category for the 2006 Independent Publishers Book Awards. She is…

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The One Story and the Many – by Anjum Hasan

Anjum Hasan is the author of several books including Lunatic in My Head, The Cosmopolitans, Neti, Neti, Street on the Hill and Difficult Pleasures. Her latest book, A Day in the Life, is a collection of fourteen well-crafted stories that give us a sense of the daily life of a wide cast of characters. Her…

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4 Things You Should Know About Abhinav Chandrachud

Abhinav Chandrachud is an advocate at the Bombay High court. He has written extensively on subjects like the freedom of speech, the judiciary, the constitution of India and legal history.   Chandrachud’s latest book, Supreme Whispers: Conversations with Judges of the Supreme Court of India 1980-1989, sheds light on a decade of politics, decision-making and legal…

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What makes an Indian: People or Territory? By Miniya Chatterji

Miniya Chatterji is the author of Indian Instincts, a collection of fifteen powerful essays that argue for greater equality and opportunity in contemporary India and holds up a mirror to what we Indians have become. She is a prominent intellectual and speaker, writer and businesswoman. The CEO of Sustain Labs Paris, she has also worked…

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Bill Clinton: my favourite James Patterson books

Ahead of the release of their eagerly anticipated thriller, The President is Missing, President Bill Clinton shared his favourite James Patterson novels with us.   Along Came a Spider – an Alex Cross book Two children have been kidnapped from an elite private school in Washington DC, and Alex Cross is charged with finding them. The kidnapper…

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Things You Didn’t Know About K.M. Munshi

K.M. Munshi, the author of The Lord and Master of Gujarat, was a freedom fighter, politician, lawyer and the founder of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. He wrote numerous novels, dramas and non-fiction works in Gujarati and several works in English. He joined the Swaraj party briefly but returned to Indian National Congress at the time of…

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The adventures of Arjun Arora by Ankush Saikia

For all of us who are fans of Ankush Saikia’s work are familiar with the famed private detective, Arjun Arora. Arjun Arora, appearing again in Saika’s new book More Bodies Will Fall has had an interesting journey to where he is today. The author and creator of Arjun Arora gives us a glimpse into his…

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