The Telegraph
| Sunday, August 10, 2014 |

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Best selling authors you never heard of

Heard of Bhaavna Arora? No? Or of Preeti Shenoy? Or how about Sudeep Nagarkar? The three pulp fiction writers figure in the list of authors whose books have sold collectively more than 50 lakh copies. Manjula Sen on a publishing phenomenon | Read»

Milk of human kindness

Human milk banks are poised to sprout nationwide. Against the backdrop of world breastfeeding week (August 1-7), Smitha Verma explains why | Read»

Free spirit

In her own words, she was 'a conventional woman whom circumstances drove to rebellion'. In a new book, Ritu Menon looks at the life of author Nayantara Sahgal — Jawaharlal Nehru's niece, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit's daughter, a chronicler of her times, and always a rebel | Read»