Ind V Aus through the ages

Sydney-based historian Kersi Meher-Homji’s latest book is a must-read for cricket fans

Sydney surgeon on a mission

Dr Ray Hodgson has his own mountain to climb in Nepal, and it’s not Everest

A ‘conditions apply’ future for emerging India

India will become a world power only if gets many things right. Writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

Jhumpa Lahiri’s reflections on book covers leave many questions unanswered

Do you judge a book by its cover? Asks SAKET SUMAN

The Mumbai Mafia

The seedy underworld of India’s financial and entertainment capital has provided fodder for a plethora of books, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

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

Epics retold to the young

Three highly talented writers bring India’s great literary heritage alive, says CHITRA SUDARSHAN India's two greatest epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata have struck such deep roots in the country's moral and cultural consciousness that...

Introvert and cricket legend

The story of the quiet batsman who made that career-defining knock of 281, WRITES MOHAMMED SHAFEEQ.