Books  /  Published 10.08.22

Looking into Ayelet Tsabari’s ‘Art of Leaving’

“It’s interesting, you know, I can’t necessarily say that I knew what I was doing while writing about grief, I hate that it sounds all about my father, my dead father because it is, ...
By Sukanya Basu

People  /  Published 05.08.22

A dive into A Dalliance With Destiny with Aman Singh Maharaj

Born in 1973, Aman Singh Maharaj lives in Durban, South Africa. A traveller with an avid interest in anthropology, he never ceases “to be enthralled by the sheer kaleidoscope of cultures, divers...
By Sukanya Basu

People  /  Published 03.08.22

Sanjeev Kumar comes alive in biography that tells the story of the actor and the man

Sanjeev Kumar’s body of work is a lesson in itself for the younger generation, according to Uday. He worked hard and with a lot of patience. His perseverance paid off and won him success. &ldquo...
By Subhadrika Sen

Books  /  Published 01.08.22

Isabel Allende at 80

One of the world's most widely read Spanish-language authors, Allende continues to fight for women's rights and write novels with strong female characters. She has written over 25 books, whic...
By Gaby Reucher (kbm)

People  /  Published 01.08.22

Author, actor, content creator: Sharmin Ali’s journey is a masterclass in multitasking

Do you have any favourite things to do/eat in Kolkata? I visit Kolkata twice a year. I love all the conventional things about Kolkata — be it Chelo Kebabs at Peter Cat or Chinese food at Tangra...
By Vedant Karia


Lifestyle  /  Published 30.07.22

‘India’s civil society organisations have been reluctant to fully embrace new technology’

Unfortunately, India’s civil society organizations have been reluctant to fully embrace the world of new technology. But they need to do so. Even to be able to critique its impact on society, ev...
By Rohini Nilekani

People  /  Published 26.07.22

From boardroom and campus to crime: The journey of a storyteller

The plot of the novel is very exciting, with historical references and many interesting characters. Have you considered getting it made into a film? Yes, you’re right. The story does have many ...
By Piya Roy

Career  /  Published 25.07.22

How to be a writer: An Interview with Novoneel Chakraborty

Novoneel Chakraborty is a popular Indian author who writes books for young adults...
By Nancy Jaiswal

People  /  Published 20.07.22

A chat with Ayelet Tsabari, author of the memoir The Art of Leaving

Julie Banerjee Mehta is an author of Dance of Life and co-author of the bestselling biography Strongman: The Extraordinary Life of Hun Sen. She has a PhD in English and South Asian Studies from the Un...
By Julie Banerjee Mehta

People  /  Published 07.07.22

There is no definition of 'Who is a Parsi?': Prochy N. Mehta

Prochy N. Mehta is an Asian record holder in sports and also the first female president of the Calcutta Parsee Club. She is actively involved in several companies including the business started by her...
By Karo Christine Kumar


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