'Bajia was sweet, warm and a repository of children’s bedtime stories.'
There can be no substitute for a printed book. The very feel of it, the soft touch of the paper gives you the kind of
The Foundation for Museum of Modern Art takes small but steady steps towards building a museum of contemporary art
A book on poet and lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi does justice to his life and work
Both are worth remembering — the literature festival and the loveliness around it.
The thrill I feel crossing the six-inch white line separating India, Pakistan on the Wagah-Attari border is unmatched.
Pierre-Alain Baud explores the career and life of musical icon Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Rumana Husain's new book features photographs of all the people who work as street professionals in Karachi.
Both countries forget highs such as the signing of evacuee property in the early years of partition, said Dr Raghavan.
Rahul Singh’s one big regret is that he is unable to read and write Urdu, a language in which his father excelled.
A profile of the feminist and pioneering publisher Urvashi Butalia
A profile of the feminist writer and avant-garde publisher Urvashi Butulia
Ashok Chopra’s memoirs give readers a closer look at the world of Indian publishing
Adil successfully coped with economic challenges in Pakistan and now as a top oncologist, relentlessly fights cancer.
PAKISTAN is not new to Jürgen Wasim Frembgen. He has visited the country many times and written at least five books...
Rajesh Khanna's story is reminiscent of Pakistani superstar Waheed Murad's, who too, rose and crashed like a tidal wave.
Final closure of Nishat, located on what was once Bunder Road has evoked what seems like a tidal wave of despondency.
IN recent months we have had memoirs by two Indian actors par excellence. The first was by Dilip Kumar, The ...
WE have seen a number of books on the massive cross-migration of population on communal lines as a result of riots ...
MYANMAR has been in and out of the news since 1962 when its army dismissed the civilian government. Among the ...