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House Of Blue Mangoes by David Davidar Publisher: Harper Perennial Pages: 432 If youre into worried patriarchs and the decisions they make that will be rained down upon their future generations, stop by the House of Blue Mangoes for your fill. ... CARI, 2 months ago

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Hindustan Times

Greatest Indian Novels you cannot afford to miss: part I

This is a list of the greatest Indian novels ever written. It might feel incomplete (only books written in English or translations of works in Hindi and other regional languages figure here). It might seem biased (they're personal picks from the ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
India Today

Publishers 'grow' up to sex between the covers

sells. And no one seems to know this better than publishers. With provocatively titled titles such as Kiss and Tell, Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas, Almost Single, publishers are looking to attract today's Gen X readers with a gritty ...
 India Today1 month ago

Review: The Lonely Tiger

A collection of 14 short stories which were published in various journals and magazines Hugh Allen was a soldier with the British Armed Forces. During World War II, he suffered a grave head injury. For most part of 1942, his mind went nearly ...
 Time Out Mumbai1 month ago

"Theyare no less notorious than Italian mafia"

HussainS Zaidi'snew book includes the Hindu mafiasof Mumbaiunderworld. In a chat with suchayanmandal,he speaks about the evolution of the mafia Eyes absorb the suspense in the story and the heart beats at the super thrill! That's the charm of ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Outlook Traveller

Travel Classic: Blue highways, 1978

This great travelogue, by William Least Heat-Moon, goes on a gorgeous trawl through the back roads of America Ithink it was Elmore Leonard who suggested that writers should get rid ...
 Outlook Traveller1 month ago

Santhal village behind doctor's novel

A Jharkhand doctor's debut English novel, based on his own community of Santhals, is drawing rave reviews in various prestigious journals ever since the book was published early this year. Born in Ranchi, brought up and educated in East Singhbhum ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Book Review | The Lonely Tiger

An illustration dating back to 1889 showing two British ladies in India with a tiger. Photo: Wikimedia Commons The Lonely Tiger | Hugh Allen The killing fields of yore In the age of wildlife conservation, shikaar, or hunting, stories ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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