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He ain't heavy, he's my brother

Two brothers aim to achieve their dreams, through personal sacrifice and unshakeable determination, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

Don’t miss! Five books to look forward to in September 2017

The literary scene has been quiet for some time now, but as the heat of summer gradually recedes, quite a few literary festivals and gatherings are on the cards. With such crowd-pulling platforms for...

Tales from the middle

RITAM MITRA reviews Jeremy Wilshire’s new book Test of Character: Confessions of Cricket Legends

Did that light your fire?

Indian writings of pleasurable things between the pages win Bad Sex Awards for all the wrong reasons, reports LENA PEACOCK
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Why I Am A Hindu: Shashi Tharoor’s new book

Beyond the Hindutva debate, Shashi Tharoor's new book a self-discovery of a 'believing Hindu'

Writing stories, righting history

Indigenous writers from India and Australia come together at a unique event, Literary Commons!
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Partition Voices: Untold British Stories | Book review

Until recently, the thousands of Indians who had migrated to Britain in the wake of the Partition of the sub-continent, had lived in silence, perhaps wanting to bury the ghosts of the past as...

Ind V Aus through the ages

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

MGR: A legend lives on

M R NARAYAN SWAMY reviews debut writer Shrikanth Veeravalli’s take on India’s most well-known actor-turned-politician

Women and their lives, not men and their battles

India has a long tradition of strong female writers, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI