Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy, Vikram Seth make India proud; authors' books join list of most-inspiring novels
Roy's debut novel 'The God of Small Things' features in the identity category.
Mira Nair's 'A Suitable Boy' adds Ram Kapoor, Shahana Goswami and Vivek Gomber to cast
Shooting is underway at locations across India includi...
Tabu, Ishaan Khatter come together for Mira Nair's screen adaptation of 'A Suitable Boy'
It is a tale charting the fortunes of four large fam...
Private reading spaces are city’s new bookmark
According to the department of public libraries, it is yet to receive funds of Rs 400 crore from the BBMP.
Perfect matches aren’t just a click away
Even teenagers can aver with confidence that liking someone does not mean a perfect match.
Indians demeaning others on religion not fit to be leaders: Vikram Seth
Tolerance is the basic tenor of the country and any Indian who demeans others on the basis of food, religion and love is not worthy to be a leader, said novelist Vikram Seth.
Vikram Seth spurred bank job to write 'A Suitable Boy'
Vikram Seth could have been a World Bank-er. Instead, he wrote his acclaimed novel after asking his parents to fund a few years of his life.
No leader should demean Indians on food, gods or love: Vikram Seth
"Congress should never have slapped the ban in the first place. It was an unjustified constraint on freedom of thought and expression."
Leila Seth, first woman judge of Delhi High Court, dies
Justice Seth, who later became the Chief Justice of the Himachal Pradesh High Court, is survived by her husband, two sons, including well-known writer Vikram Seth, and a daughter.
Vikram Seth backs Sahitya Akademi's condemnation of writers' killing
Vikram Seth today came out in support of the Sahitya Akademi statement denouncing the recent killing of writers.
Tata Lit Fest honours Vikram Seth with Poet Laureate award
Vikram Seth will be conferred with a Poet Laureate Award at the Mumbai Literature Festival for "his efforts to keep the literary form of poetry alive".
Digital or not, physical books are not going away anywhere: Carolyn Reidy, President & CEO, Simon & Schuster
For this book executive, setting up shop in India reiterates the importance the country occupies in the scheme of things.
Vikram Seth slams BJP's views on homosexuality
“It shows the depth of BJP’s ignorance,” says Seth, “and I am not surprised. This ignorance is endemic to BJP..."
Serena Williams delivers an ace each time she swings at gender inequity
Serena Williams displayed her swagger two days before she became Wimbledon champion for the seventh time on Saturday.
Rising intolerance in India is alarming: Saad Z Hossain
Hossain said that the more alarming thing is that the government isn't refuting the intolerant views being bandied about.
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