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Suketu Mehta jots down an immigrant’s manifesto

This is our land by Suketu Mehta People have migrated through the ages, in search of greener...

Book Review: White Tears Brown Scars by Ruby Hamad

Ruby Hamad's White Tears Brown Scars is an informative and compelling read. In this work, Hamad lays bare inconvenient truths that seek to inspire reflection in...

Dalrymple’s tome to perils of corporate power abuse

Historian, writer, art curator, also an award-winning broadcaster and critic, William Dalrymple has quite exceeded himself with his latest book. The towering 522-page tome, which...

Book review: Slice Girls by Dr Joan Arakkal is a thought-provoking...

If we were to look back over the last decade, we would agree that globally, a collective awakening took place. This awakening prompted introspection,...

Book review: Mark Balla’s journey as the titular character in ‘Toilet...

A toilet adventure of epic proportions changed his world. Now he wishes to share his story with everyone. With his latest book Toilet Warrior,...

Being a Bookwallah

Chandrahas Choundhury travelled across Australia pedalling Indian literature to an appreciative audience, writes TRACEY LENNON