Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar is also author of the critically acclaimed novel The Mysterious Ailment of Rupi Baskey, which was shortlisted for The Hindu Prize 2014 and the Crossword Book Award 2014.
The book narrates the journey of a group of militants towards an elusive freedom and an uncertain future.
It is after 19 years that Roy has announced the release of her next novel after her Booker prize-winning novel The God of Small Things was published.
The book draws round the progress and the indelible imprint on the conduct of India’s Foreign Policy by the Prime Minister Modi in the last two and a half years.
Democrats and Dissenters cover a wide range of themes: from the varying national projects of India’s neighbours to political debates within India itself and more.
His Bloody Project, a crime thriller, is one of the six books that was shortlisted for the 2016 Man Booker prize.
In the book, Sanyal narrates a fascinating tale about the earliest human migrations out of Africa and the great cities of Angkor and Vijayanagar, medieval Arab empires and Chinese treasure fleets, the rivalries of European colonial powers and a new dawn.
The book throws light on the legendary musician Rahul Dev Burman, whose cabaret tunes still reverberate at pubs and discotheques. It also claims that Burman hated composing such songs.
It describes key aspects of the country’s development in the last 10 years, expressing fresh hopes but also new fears under Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The book addresses the challenges of representing the complexity of climate change in literature and the responsibility of writers to document the extreme reality humans are now facing.
The book presents the detail of Alva’s forty-year career under four Prime Ministers, namely Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, PV Narasimha Rao and Manmohan Singh.
The book gives an account of the dilemmas Subbarao confronted while leading the Reserve Bank through the extraordinary economic and political challenges India and world faced from 2008 to 2013.
Ringside With Vijender, published by Juggernaut Books, throws light on the Beijing Olympics bronze medallist boxer Vijender Singh's life post his transition to the world of pro boxing.
The book provides a ringside view of the beginnings of ethnic violence in Sri Lanka, the last years of the Cold War, Indira Gandhi's assassination and the Bhopal gas disaster.
The author in his book said that Mrs Gandhi’s was always more fond of her elder Daughter in Law, Sonia Gandhi, but after Sanjay’s death she became a little more inclined towards Maneka and wanted Maneka to come and help her in politics.
The book is an account of an eight-month long undercover investigation by journalist, who posed herself as Maithili Tyagi, a filmmaker to investigate the Gujarat riots.
The book is a collection of previously unreleased writings by Mother Teresa. The book was compiled by the Rev. Brian Kolodiejchuk, who has led the case for Mother Teresa’s sainthood.
Apart from My Favourite Nature Stories, Bond also launched another book titled The World Outside My Window.
Neil Jordan won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for The Crying Game.
The book was in news because it exposes how millions of people were killed by a series of disastrous Western interventions in West Asia.
The book recounts the visit by ex-ISI chief General Pasha to Washington on 24 and 25 December 2008, where he made the startling admission.
Shashi Kapoor - the Householder, the Star is the first biography of the veteran actor.
The book contains the author’s conversations with an anonymous army officer. It narrates the staged encounters in India's northeast and explains how awards and citations are linked to a body count.
The making of India: The untold story of British Enterprises is the first to assess in a single volume almost all aspects of Britain's contribution in providing India with its lasting institutional and physical infrastructure.
The memoir will offer a glimpse of Scott’s journey to space and his life aboard the ISS. He will also recount the obstacles he encountered along the way, his early struggles in school, his training as a Navy test pilot, and the work required to become an astronaut and live in space for one year.
The book explores a subject of immense global significance of Pakistan and its relations with remaining World including India.
The book narrates the story of Emraan’s life when his family dealt with the horrific struggle as his six-year-old son Ayaan battled his way through cancer.
The book describes film actor Shatrughan Sinha’s journey from Patna to Film Institute of India (now FTII) in Poona and then to his tryst with the celluloid.
The books covers all the important aspects of Mahatma Gandhi’s life – early marriage in Kathiawar, his college days in London, employment in South Africa, train ride in Pietermaritzburg, etc.
The book delved into underbelly of cricket, analysed the spot-fixing and nexus of bookies and punters with those in the corridors of power, mysterious deaths and issues that threatened the gentleman's game.