[Photo Source: Amazon ] Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's latest novel, Before We Visit the Goddess, was published in April 2016. It is a powerful new novel from the bestselling, award-winning author of Sister of My Heart and Arranged Marriage: ... India.com, 1 month ago
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Sanjoy Roy, managing director of Teamwork Arts and producer of the JLF, said that he and Tina Brown, who is an advisor to the JLF, were considering numerous cities in the U.S. for the event, but were ultimately charmed by Boulder and its great ...PublishersWeekly.com, 1 week ago
She may have made over 40 documentaries but Trisha Das says that her dream was to always be an author. Authoring is a bit of a daunting profession, so I started making films, she admits. After winning the National Award in 2005, I wrote a couple of ...DNA India, 1 week ago
— India's land mass and abundant labor were perfect ingredients for the British commercial production of tea. India's role in tea production made it the second largest revenue source for the British behind land in the 19th century. Yearning to ...AsiaSource, 2 weeks ago
Journalist Zeeshan Khan's book Right to Passage: Travels through India, Pakistan and Iran is interesting, informative in many ways. It is not a mere travelogue. It is more than that. The author tries exploring historical, spiritual places on the way ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
When 12-year-old Neela decided to take on the British empire, there was nothing stopping her. But the circumstances that made her do it were dark. Neela's father decides to go to Calcutta and join a group of freedom fighters. He promises to be back ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
For a writer, inspiration can come from many placesfrom a news story, observing a crowded busy street, or, in the case of Catharine's Fitton's entry, , after a scary accident in your own home. Catharine Fitton lives in Toronto with her partner, ...Before It's News, 1 month ago
02:00 pm Gaurav compares Neeraj's herculean effort to that of building bridges- He built small bridges from one business to the other, creating a network of bridges over which he built a mega highway. The power of bare-bones ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
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