Even as it encapsulates the disarray of a deeply distressing time, the spirit of Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee’s 'The Town Slowly Empties' is ultimately uplifting.
Stephen King’s original novel was a product of post-Watergate rage toward the CIA. But horror production company Blumhouse’s second adaptation can’t keep the flame alive.
Organisers claim that university authorities had been uncomfortable with the topics being discussed and speakers invited.
Years after publication, Bhasha Singh's 'Unseen' remains the go-to account for a look into how pervasive and cruel this casteist practice is in India.
In 'The Punjab Chiefs: The Lost Glory Of The Punjab Aristocracy In India And Pakistan', Bobby Singh Bansal manages to capture the very quintessence of the aureate period of Sikh history …
Kashiana Singh’s third collection of poems offers contemplation to readers about the past, present and future of women and their identities.
In 'Telugu: The Best Stories of Our Times' edited by Volga, the stories are populated by characters who are marginalised.