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Tanuj Lakhina explores the state of football in India and the books that the Indian youth are reading to gain a better understanding of the game.
In this article, Kerry Harwin explores Ruth Prawer Jhabvala’s Booker-winning novel Heat And Dust and its flawed perception of India.
Sayali started reading Russian literature at 12. Since then she has loved it, hated it, found it both irresistible and painful at the same time. Read about her affair with Russian literature.
Today environmental degradation and climate change are realities children and adults can ill-afford to ignore. In this essay, Parinita explores why you should read books about the environment to your children to make them more eco-friendly.
Books have the power to influence readers and to provide them with a fresh outlook on the world. In this essay, Prarthana talks about some of the the books that influenced her and compelled her to change her perspective.
The Booker Prize Foundation has announced the shortlist for the Golden Booker- a special prize instituted to celebrate its 50th anniversary. This article takes a deeper look into the selection procedure of the shortlist, mentions the flaws in the method and suggests how the process could have been improved.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 has started and football fever is running high. Here are 10 books to read before the World Cup to understand the game better.
Superman is one of the most iconic characters in the world. To celebrate 80 years of Superman, here’s a list of 7 fascinating Superman comics.
The earth is home to millions of species. Many of them are going extinct or are endangered by human actions. We need to teach children why it is important to save and protect our natural ecosystem and wildlife. Here is a list of 21 books you can read to your kids to teach them about the environment and its wonders.
In 2008, Harinder S. Sikka published a book, Calling Sehmat, the story of an Indian spy who married a Pakistani in order to collect vital information for her country. In 2018, the book was made into a movie, Raazi, starring Alia Bhatt. This article compares how successful the film adaptation is.
The Ethical Slut will make you rethink everything you think you know about monogamous relationships, make a convincing argument for exploring the other kinds of relationships that are out there and, should you choose to opt for them, provide a roadmap for navigating non-monogamous relationships.
We all chase success, and many books promise to show you the ‘path to success’ but rarely deliver. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck delivers, in the best possible way.