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.

SC rejects plea for prosecution of author Taslima Nasreen

SC rejects plea for prosecution of author Taslima Nasreen

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a plea seeking cancellation of the visa to controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen and her prosecution for her utterances on Lord Christ and Mother Mary.

Have story in mind for film: Twinkle Khanna

Have story in mind for film: Twinkle Khanna

Twinkle Khanna says she is not sure of her script writing skills but can surely provide a plot.

Amal Clooney to discuss freedom of expression in India

Amal Clooney to discuss freedom of expression in India

Amal Clooney says she is looking forward to her trip to India and is eager to initiate a dialogue on human rights and freedom of expression in the country.

JK Rowling's new 'Harry Potter' stories enrage native Americans

JK Rowling's new 'Harry Potter' stories enrage native Americans

Author JK Rowling has been accused of appropriating the living tradition of a marginalised people.

Nandita Das all set to make film on the life of famous writer 'Saadat Hasan Manto'!

Nandita Das all set to make film on the life of famous writer 'Saadat Hasan Manto'!

Nandita Das is making a film on the life of famous writer Saadat Hasan Manto.

Jackie Collins' home up for sale

Jackie Collins' home up for sale

Jackie Collins' Beverly Hills estate has been put up for sale for USD 30 million.

Exclusive: Not all terrorists are Muslims, says Indian-American author Rajiv Malohtra

Rajiv Malohtra a well-known Indian-American author and Founder and Director of Infinity Foundation talks over Terrorism and what religion terrorists follow. He clears out that terrorists are not Muslims, they can be Hindus, Christians as well.

Exclusive: Not all terrorists are Muslims, says Indian-American author Rajiv Malohtra- Part II

Rajiv Malohtra a well-known Indian-American author and Founder and Director of Infinity Foundation talks over Terrorism and what religion terrorists follow. He clears out that terrorists are not Muslims, they can be Hindus, Christians as well.

Kuldip Nayar gets Ramnath Goenka Lifetime Achievement Award

Viveck Goenka, chairman of Ramnath Goenka Foundation said a record number of applicants this time showed that excellence in journalism isn't in short supply.

Writers must get credit: Chetan Bhagat

Writers must get credit: Chetan Bhagat

 Author Chetan Bhagat has supported filmmaker Abhishek Kapoor's fight to get a mention in the credits of "Rock On 2" as a joint writer of the upcoming movie.

Punjabi author returns Padma Shri, more writers protest

Punjabi author returns Padma Shri, more writers protest

 Eminent Punjabi writer and Padma Shri winner Dalip Kaur Tiwana today decided to return her award protesting "recurrent atrocities" on Muslims in the country as another Kannada writer joined authors giving up their Sahitya Akademi Awards against "growing intolerance".

Iran boycotts Frankfurt Book Fair over Rushdie invite

Iran said today it will boycott next week's Frankfurt Book Fair after organisers invited the controversial author Salman Rushdie, whom Iranian scholars said should be killed, as a guest speaker.

'Independence Day: Resurgence' to get comic book prequel

A new book series, prequel to the upcoming film "Independence Day: Resurgence", will be released by Titan Comics.

Jhumpa Lahiri to be presented with National Humanities Medal

Indian-American Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri has been selected for the prestigious 2014 National Humanities Medal which would be presented to her by US President Barack Obama next week.

Shatner writing book on 'Star Trek' co-star Leonard Nimoy

Hollywood actor William Shatner is working on a book about his "Star Trek" co-star Leonard Nimoy.

Author Wayne Dyer passes away at 75

Author Wayne Dyer, who was reportedly battling leukemia, has died at the age of 75.

Children’s literature is now being taken seriously: Ruskin Bond

 Keeping children riveted to a book is not an easy task and requires responsibility and sensitivity, legendary author Ruskin Bond, who at 81 has more than 150 titles to his credit, says. The popular storyteller is also gratified by the fact that children’s literature has grown impressively and is now taken seriously by publishers.