Chetan Bhagat is busy wrapping up his next novel that is slated for a Diwali release!
Chaitanya Padukone pens book on 'Pancham Da'
Woohoo! Indian-American Akhil Sharma wins €100,000 Dublin International literary award
Ian Sansom, Juan Pablo Villalobos and Carlo Gébler are some of the names who were among the panel of judges.
The Literary Express: How trains carried forward
Among forms of transport as settings for stories, trains seem the most popular.
JK Rowling asks fans to keep Harry Potter play plot a secret
Acclaimed author JK Rowling has sent out a plea to fans to keep the plot of the play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" a secret.
‘Crossed & Knotted’ by Readomania ENTERS Limca Book Of Records!
This composite book just made it to Limca Book of Records!
Naseeruddin Shah wants to write tell-all book on Bollywood
Naseeruddin Shah's memoir 'And Then One Day' gives an account of his life till the age of 32, but the actor says he has no plans to write a continuation of his story and would rather bring out a book on Bollywood.
I am working harder than ever: Ruskin Bond
India's beloved author Ruskin Bond, who celebrates his 82nd birthday today, says he is working harder than ever and has no plans to retire.
Ruskin Bond to celebrate birthday with two new books
As India's much loved author Ruskin Bond turns 82 on Thursday, his fans will be treated to two new books -- "My Favourite Nature Stories" and "The World Outside My Window" -- themed on nature, the
South Korean author Han Kang wins Man Booker International Prize, shares award money with translator
45-year old Han Kang from South Korea has bagged the Man Booker International Prize for her book 'The Vegetarian.'
A former model, journo and editor of some of the most revered celebrity and gossip magazines, Shobha De is a prominent author and high-flying socialite (just like many of the leading female characters in her books). Erotic, provocative and sometimes even thought provoking, Shobha De’s writing style is signature, fierce and individualistic and is not restricted to the bounds of literary decorum and norms.