The Indian effort in WWI

C. UDAY BHASKAR reviews a new book that traces the footsteps of the Indian Army's 1.5 million men who fought for the Allies in 1914-18

India's World Cup story

What will that final chapter look like? Asks SIRSHENDU PANTH

How travel broadens your mind

Backpacking around the world gives Kynsléy Nazareth an insight into his own culture, writes FRANKEY GERARD FERNANDES

Ties that bind

SALMA SHAH reviews Perth writer Suparna Chatterjee’s debut novel, A Dozen Stories in a Tale
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Vikas Khanna: A ‘Buried Seed’ that bloomed

KISHORI SUD reviews a book that traces Vikas Khanna’s culinary arc - from Amritsar to a Michelin-star chef

What the war wrought

VIKAS DATTA on India's World War II experience

Murder in Pakistan’s nuclear establishment

Intrigue is rife in diplomat-turned-author Akbar Agha's second novel, writes VIKAS DATTA

Indian Link’s Top 5 Free Events at Sydney Writers’ Festival

Want to check out SWF but low on funds? Our top five free events will keep you in the literary loop

Books on the Beach litfest for Kerala’s Kovalam Beach

Come November, Kerala’s Kovalam Beach will host the inaugural 'Books on the Beach' literary festival, under the guidance of Shashi Tharoor

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