July 21, 2024

Books & Literature

Over 947mn cyberattacks blocked in India out of 1.1bn worldwide in Q2: Report

Revolution in hostels, one book at a time

Book review: The Sikhs in Jammu and Kashmir

'The police has become almost a private army of the politicians in power'

Class 8 students faced max difficulties in remote learning

Must read books written by Indian authors

Khushwant Singh's new novel to be launched on April 9

Doorstoppers: Books that provide physical exercise along with a mental workout

This book reveals the secrets to diabetes reversal

Opening a window to untold, unknown facts on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Stories of hope this Diwali in 2021

Myth and history: Back to where we started (Column: B-Town)

No two Ramayanas entirely similar: Author Anand Neelakantan

This Raj boy didn't stop until a 100% in JEE Mains

Balbir Singh Sidhu releases book on Primary Knowledge about prostate cancer

'Jallianwala Bagh propelled the Mahatma to assume centre stage'

Harnisha Singh's novel 'Look who’s talking‘ Launched

Channi condoles the demise of veteran journalist & writer Mr. Korey

Covid effect: Maharashtra promotes all students in Class I-VIII without exams

Books to read this April

Messages of love and hope from global litterateurs

Memories keep floating somewhere: Gulzar on memoir

New Delhi, Poet, lyricist, author, screenwriter, director - there isn't any aspect of Hindi films and literature that hasn't been impacted by Gulzar's magic touch and now the maestro is penning his memoirs of the greats he has worked with because memories never dry up and "keep floating somewhere".

A Punjabi gaze on Kashmir

New Delhi, He says that being an outsider gives him a unique perspective. That he can look at things not only objectively but also with a certain degree of empathy. "And then you are able to observe the contrasts and contradictions without being judgemental," says playwright Atamjit Singh, recipient of the Sangeet Natak Akademi and Sahitya Akademi awards, whose latest Punjabi play 'Balde Rahan Chiragh Hamesha on Kashmir has now been translated into Hindi and Urdu.