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Interrupted Faith

Saaz Aggarwal

Ayaan Hirsi Ali once supported the fatwa on Salman Rushdie. Today, she believes that the notion that the US is attacking Islam is a conspiracy theory.

Techno Tradition

A world of extreme tech and ancient tradition. Sci-fi fans, strap your seat belts for a completely cool trip.

JUMP Start

A motley group of marine engineers, software professionals, MBAs and journalists has come together to take Indian comics to the next level.

Stale Crumbs

Skip the mouldy advice in this entree and savour the classic Michael Pollan of The Omnivore’s Dilemma instead.

Innocence Lost

Amitava Kumar’s book deals with one of the most complex problems of our time: crimes committed by the State in the garb of fighting a war on terror.

“I would say to writers, don’t give up your day jobs”

The editor-in-chief of Bloomsbury is in India to scout for talent. She speaks of India being a soft market and surviving the end of the Harry Potter series.

Scotland Bard

Crime fiction maestro Ian Rankin on why detectives never marry, coffee with neighbours JK Rowling and Alexander McCall Smith, and tea conversations with Sharmila Tagore.

Darwin’s Poetry

The first woman to hold the Oxford chair in Poetry and the great-great-great-grand daughter of Charles Darwin, Ruth Padel knows a thing or two about survival.

Jottings of an Adman

Take a journey into the viciously competitive world of India’s largest ad agency in this brilliantly bitchy book.

Time Travel to the Imperial Raj

Treacherous sea voyages, jungle hunts and wistful observations make for an engrossing read.

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