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'Are All Women Leg Spinners?' asked the Stephanian
 -by Anurag Mathur

In his new novel Anurag Mathur describes the young, urban Indians excruciating funny perception of his own life and times. Abov... Read More

   
2 States
 -by Chetan Bhagat

Love marriages around the world are simple:

Boy loves girl. Girl loves boy.
They get married.

In India, ... Read More

   
22 Yards
 -by Tuhin A. Sinha

It’s exactly twenty-five years after India’s spectacular World Cup victory at Lords, and Indian cricket captain May... Read More

   
3, Zakia Mansion
 -by Gouri Dange

Shaheen’s world turns upside down the year she turns nineteen. Thrust abruptly into adulthood by a string of unimaginable... Read More

   
34 Bubblegums and Candies
 -by Preeti Shenoy

Sometimes you have to keep on chewing so that you can extract whatever you can out of it. At times, the bubble you blow bursts ... Read More

   
A Bond so Sacred
 -by Usha Rajagopalan
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A Fine Balance
 -by Rohinton Mistry

With a compassionate realism and narrative sweep that recall the work of Charles Dickens, this magnificent novel captures all t... Read More

   
A Flowering Tree and Other Oral Tales from India
 -by AK. Ramanujam

As a young college lecturer in the 1950s, Ramanujan collected tales from servants, aunts, schoolteachers, children anyone who w... Read More

   
A Full Night?s Thievery: Stories
 -by Mitra Phukan

A musician never realized the truth of the saying ‘Music is a harsh taskmaster’ until his beloved instrument exacts... Read More

   
A Girl Like Me
 -by Swati Kaushal

Recently transplanted from the quiet, green suburbs of Minnesota to the bustling concrete jungle that is Gurgaon, sixteen-year-... Read More



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