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Jane Austen desi-style: A Pakistani perspective on ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and more

VIKAS DATTA reviews Laaleen Sukhera's 'Austenistan'

New Punjabi collection at Springvale

The Greater Dandenong Libraries launch their first ever Punjabi collection at Springvale Library. DIPANJALI RAO reports

An Indian eternal man and the philosopher’s stone quest

It’s a modern wrap for Hindu mythology in Krishna Udayansankar’s ‘Immortal’, writes VIKAS DATTA

A Chinese hat-trick in Bollywood and other villainies

VIKAS DATTA on a new book that takes us into the world of one of Bollywood’s best-known baddies

Supply, demand and revolution

Various authors give perspectives on unlocking the secrets to a successful global economy, CHITRA SUDARSHAN reports

The love boat

Will it be a romantic cruise or sailing to heartbreak in this latest chick-lit venture from Kiran Manral, asks VIKAS DUTTA

The West’s Afghanistan quagmire

VIKAS DATTA on books that tell you why it all went wrong in Afghanistan

Breaking barriers, one poem at a time

‘My heart aches for sisters…’ so Rupi Kaur writes for their pain. By TIA SINGH

Mohsin Hamid makes it to Man Booker shortlist

‘Exit West’ by Mohsin Hamid is termed as perhaps the most powerful contender for the prize.

Encouraging kids to take creative risks

APARNA ANANTHUNI brings you Taksh Patel, a 10-year-old writer who edited Early Harvest in 2016, a children’s literary journal