The rustic master politician insists in his autobiography that he has been wronged...
I want the readers to be confused as to what’s real and what’s not real, says Novoneel
Zoo Babies is a testimony to Vera Chaplina’s skills of sensitising young minds to animals without resorting to sentimental excesses
Sobhanlal Datta Gupta examines several themes in Nikolai Bukharin's work, trying to place his writings within the wider context of his evolution as a Marxist thinker after the Russian revolution
The sheer power of Shubhangi Swarup’s imagination and the magical agility and lyricism of her words are mesmerising and deserve the highest accolades
The fourth and final instalment of the Forgotten Books series, The Labyrinth of the Spirits, brings to closure the tangled web of thematic and narrative threads traced in the earlier novels
Literature written for teenagers, known popularly as ‘young adult’ literature, teaches us empathy along with survival
Kanishk Tharoor's next is a fictional historical novel but he isn't too keen on discussing it yet