An excerpt from ‘The Women Who Forgot to Invent Facebook and Other Stories’ by Nisha Susan.
In 'The Death Script', journalist Ashutosh Bhardwaj writes about his time in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region and the human cost of the battle.
Unlike other first generation entrepreneurs, Dalit youth have to face peculiar bottlenecks to succeed. Arun Khobragade offers solutions in his essay in the collection, 'Reviving Jobs: An Agenda For Growth'.
In 'Undertow', Barua examines the idea of home and outside.
In her new book, Shanta Gokhale draws a nuanced picture of one of the earliest planned neighbourhoods of Bombay.
In her new book 'Fearless Freedom', Krishnan argues that many real and violent threats to female autonomy are hidden in plain sight.
In his book 'Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers', S Giridhar looks at how government school teachers defy constraints so every child can learn.
In the book, Sudeep Chakravarti looks at why the Battle of Plassey remains such a fascinating story even today.
In Vandana Singh Lal's 'So All Is Peace', a journalist is loath to follow the story of two sisters found starving in their apartment until one of them begins to talk to him.
In new book, Aseem Chhabra looks at the greatest performances of the actor which include Rana in 'Piku', Ashoke in 'The Namesake' and Raj Batra in 'Hindi Medium'.