Popular Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen's novel is still a hit 200 years later, with observations that are still relevant today, writes NIMA MENON

A breath of fresh air for Rahi Masoom Raza’s Scene 75

Poonam Saxena manages to capture the essence of the original Hindi-Urdu novel in her rendition.

An indictment of British colonialism

The book is a powerful commentary on the true nature of British occupation in Asia, writes MR NARAYAN SWAMY

The Mumbai Mafia

The seedy underworld of India’s financial and entertainment capital has provided fodder for a plethora of books, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN
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Don’t Miss! Five books to look forward to in October 2018

SAKET SUMAN proposes five books to read this October

How travel broadens your mind

Backpacking around the world gives one traveller an insight into his own culture. FRANKEY GERARD FERNANDES writes.

A tale of two cities

The city formerly known as Madras is traditional yet thirsting for change. Chennai remains a place of contradictions, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

Selfie Queen of the literary type

Writer and academic Roanna Gonsalves is a leading Indian link at the Sydney Writers’ Festival 2017 by RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA
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Islam through a different lens

Ed Husain talks about the mainstream and pluralist form of Islam with Tasneem Chopra at the Melbourne Writers Festival. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports.

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