At a time when laws are being formulated against 'love jihad', Kritika Pandey’s short story is an apt read to dive into.
In the contemporary times when the government wishes to regulate OTT platforms, are we still haunted by the famous trial of the D.H. Lawrence's 'controversial' book?
In spite of being in very frustrating and abusive marriages, the two poets re-conceptualised and redefined selfhood and pushed it beyond the sole reach of those in the worlds of …
Shrutidhora P Mohor's novel is not just interesting because it can be read in any order, it is also a devastatingly unique story on love.
Almost every memory I have of my father involves books.
To me, her writing delivered the essence of what it is to be alive.
In his latest book 'The Tyranny of Merit: What's Become of the Common Good', renowned political philosopher Michael Sandel debunks popular narratives on merit.