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It’s too soon to declare that there’s nothing to be seen as yet: Tarun Khanna
Sun, Jan 25 2015. 06 34 PM

It’s too soon to declare that there’s nothing to be seen as yet: Tarun Khanna

Tarun Khanna on the Modi government’s engagement with scholars and about incubating start-ups in India
I’m grateful for Sonia Gandhi’s nastiness: Javier Moro
Sat, Jan 24 2015. 12 58 PM

I’m grateful for Sonia Gandhi’s nastiness: Javier Moro

The Spanish author on his first visit to India after the events of six years ago, when the Congress created objections to the publication of his dramatized story of Sonia Gandhi, ‘The Red Sari’
The modern revivalists
Sat, Jan 24 2015. 12 07 AM

The modern revivalists

Rohan Murty and Sheldon Pollock, the duo behind the Murty Classical Library of India, on the difficulties of translation, finding regional literary gems, and the politicization of Sanskrit
The lost labour of Perumal Murugan
Sat, Jan 24 2015. 12 06 AM

The lost labour of Perumal Murugan

Not the theme of difficult love, the Tamil author’s novel may be under attack for his disregard of caste
Trickle of the classics
Sat, Jan 24 2015. 12 05 AM

Trickle of the classics

The Murty Classical Library of India is great news. The curious Indian will be happiest when it’s possible to buy bilingual editions in paperback
A digital mystery
Fri, Jan 23 2015. 11 52 PM

A digital mystery

1,000 advance copies of James Patterson’s new book will be available in a digital format just for a day before they disappear
People’s emotional lives are as important as a book on the Gulf war: Joanna Rakoff
Fri, Jan 23 2015. 09 39 PM

People’s emotional lives are as important as a book on the Gulf war: Joanna Rakoff

Joanna Rakoff , author of ‘My Salinger Year’, on writing a memoir and the struggles women authors have to face even today
Being seen as a Pakistani does not interfere with my writing process: Bilal Tanweer
Fri, Jan 23 2015. 09 35 PM

Being seen as a Pakistani does not interfere with my writing process: Bilal Tanweer

The author on why reviews don’t really affect the creative process and why Karachi will always remain integral to his work
JLF 2015 | Jhumpa Lahiri wins DSC Prize for ‘The Lowland’
Fri, Jan 23 2015. 02 06 AM

JLF 2015 | Jhumpa Lahiri wins DSC Prize for ‘The Lowland’

Lahiri’s publishers, Penguin Random House, received the prize on her behalf
There is not one kind of feminism but many different kinds: Sarah Waters
Thu, Jan 22 2015. 10 30 PM

There is not one kind of feminism but many different kinds: Sarah Waters

The author on the craft of writing a novel, rising above the label of a gay writer and the different layers to her writing

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