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

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

A passion for Sanskrit

Here’s to a life devoted to Islam just as much as to Hinduism, writes QUAID NAJMI

Protecting our freedom of expression

Sydney writers express solidarity for the beleaguered Tamil author Perumal Murugan. NANDITHA SURESH reports
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Book review: Ashis Ray’s ‘Cricket World Cup: The Indian Challenge’

Celebrated cricket broadcaster Ashis Ray has come out with a new book titled Cricket World Cup: The Indian Challenge, where he has penned down the journey of Indian cricket at the World Cups since...

Taming demons

Passion Flower: Seven Stories of Derangement is a meeting with the darker side of human kind, writes SHILPA RAINA

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

The migrant story

If you look beyond the stereotypes, new Australians have much to offer, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

Talking books at Jaipur

Shilpa Rainer

Taking care of business

Exploring books that take a macro view of the economy to those that look at individual stories of business success

Memories of turbulent times

Exploring the history of Malaysia through war novels is a study in human emotions, writes VIKAS DATTA