Nine parallel lives, four infidelities, one missing person and a mysterious red stiletto reveal a darker side of human nature.
Rejection stories from writers.
The Annual Quiz that tests authors on their literary knowledge. Watch them struggle with book titles, innocuous titles, Pictionary, and a whole lot more in this fun event!
The author talks about a rational approach to contentious issues that plague us.
The myth of the maternal instinct.
The story of a gentleman, bureaucrat and minister.
The people who are transforming India.
Who is an authentic Indian?
Hungarian poet Istvan Voros introduces his country through its poetry
Leading life on my terms.
Everyone’s a goddamn writer.
Anthony Horowitz shows you how to weave irresistible and delightful tales.
Lisa Ray talks to Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi, about her autobiography, Close to the Bone; in which she traces her nomadic existence: her entry into the Indian entertainment industry at sixteen; her relationship with her parents; her battle with eating disorders; being diagnosed with multiple myeloma at thirty-seven; her spiritual quest; and the heartaches and triumphs […]
21st century immorality.
The outsider as insider.
Death of political objectivity.
Playwrights as anthropologists.
Human rights are a western idea.