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Trolling is a sign that you are really popular: Chetan Bhagat
Times of India

Trolling is a sign that you are really popular

The cheer that greets Chetan Bhagat when he gets on to the podium at a city mall is loud and gratifying; and a far cry from the vitriol that is thrown at him on social media. So if on Twitter there's a `hater' who compares his book to toilet roll, ... Times of India, 18 hours ago

‘They are elitist bullies, these feminists’: Chetan Bhagat

CHETAN BHAGAT, AUTHOR of seven novels in the last 12 years, who has sold more copies than any other English language author in the country, is a deeply divisive figure. Readers either hate him or love him. A quick search on Facebook and Twitter of his latest ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago

Jim Corbett fans will accuse me of taking liberties with the truth: Stephen Alter

Stephen Alter speaks of his fictionalized biography of the popular hunter-writer Jim Corbett Jim Corbett, author and hunter-turned-conservationist, died in April 1955. The copyright on his books has lapsed, giving publishers the excuse to bring a ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
The Hindu

A thrilling ride

Shashi Warriers latest novel is a murder mystery and family drama rolled into one When his contemporaries were trying their luck at penning the Great Indian Novel 20 years ago, journalist and motorbike enthusiast Shashi Warrier penned a thriller, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

A dummy's guide to nationalism

There is much confusion in people's mind about nationalism, sedition, and patriotism. The confusion of thought extends to the country's past and the very idea of India. Influential forces have been deliberately spreading confusion. The book will ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Book review: On Nationalism

Three essays that remind those who strive for pluralism how difficult the task remains This is not a book; it is an argument. Historian Romila Thapar, lawyer A.G. Noorani and cultural scholar Sadanand Menon are deeply troubled by the turn India is ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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