Janice Pariat often wanted to interweave the mundane and the surreal, the apparent reality of daily life with the folkloric and her debut book of stories attempts to portray the way in which many different "realities" co-exist in the northeast, from where she hails.
Morrison's latest offers much to like, but falls short of earlier feats
Facebook, according to their new user agreement will now come down strictly on those who are found using terms, ...
Margaret Heffernan’s book uses psychology, history, business and the neurosciences to help you look at your world. If two words could suffice for a review, then this is what it would be. BUY IT!
Throwing light into the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, a book has come up with an archival photograph suggesting that a secretive holy man who died in Faizabad in 1985 could have been the nationalist leader living a life of disguise.
A book about mimicry and camouflage in nature, art and warfare has won the 2011 Warwick Prize for Writing, a biennial award open to any genre on a given theme. This year's chosen subject was colour.
President Barack Obama may have inadvertently stolen an author's thunder on Tuesday when he said someone is working on a book about the 10 letters from regular Americans that he reads every night.
After Salman Taseer’s killing and the response to it many are asking if Pakistan is a Tinderbox Waiting to Explode. A book by that name analysing the past and future of the country was released yesterday by the Vice President.