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Book review: Young author Prithviraj Pha

'Jaljali: The Witch with God Power' is an adolescent's take on the eternal fight between good and evil. Written by teenage author Prithviraj Phalke, the novel delves into the complex choice of using one's superpowers for good or for bad deeds.

Book review: Into the realm of architect

'Architecture - Human Behavior' by Devi Prosad Mallik is about the 'role of user evaluation and environment behavior studies', penned with intent to help future architects.

Book review: Leaf through 'deSTRESSing a

'deSTRESSing arguments' by Soriakastache can be broadly categorized as a self-help guide that promises to provide all the right answers to questions that bother us the most. 

Relive tales of historical romance throu

Kolkata, June 28 (IBNS): 'Pushpaketu' is a symbol of love through the ages, said its author Ananya Pal, while introducing her collection of 12 Bengali short stories.

Author interview: 'The Green Forest' aim

'The Green Forest' is the first of a series of children's book he plans to write to encourage his young readers to develop a reading habit, says author Shailen Panda about his debut book.

Book review: Faith in god is the main th

The Green Forest by Shailen Panda is a novel, structured in the style of a fable. This children’s fiction describes the interdependent relationship between nature, human beings and God, who is omnipresent and helpful to all his creations. 

Book review: 'Hope and Sunshine', a mode

'Hope and Sunshine', by Debasmita Nath Ghosh and published by Power Publishers, is a modern tale of love, but with the complications of professional stability and work-life management thrown in. True love can overcome all hindrances is the underlying theme of 'Hope and Sunshine'.

Book Review: Vijay Pratap Singh's 'Wet P

Wet Petals, written by Vijay Pratap Singh and published by Power Publishers,  is a story about human kindness and the bonding people share despite difficulties and hatred.

Publicist Supreeta Singh explores the co

Kolkata, Jun 21 (IBNS): ‘Grace’, the debut novel by public relation consultant Supreeta Singh, talks about complex issues but does not pontificate, said Tollywood actor Parno Mitra while launching the book at a function in Kolkata.

Senior journalist Shuma Raha's debut fic

New Delhi, June 15 (IBNS)  “My stories are about people like you and me. They are about love, betrayal, envy, secret resentments, inner conflicts, disenchantment, snobbery … basically the emotions and feelings we experience in our dealings with people and situations.” So said journalist Shuma Raha, speaking at the launch of her debut fiction work, The Love Song of Maya K and Other Stories, at the India International Centre in Delhi recently.

There is a lot of me in Grace, says debu

In a conversation with Arundhati Gupta, Public Relations professional Supreeta Singh talks about her debut novella Grace, published by Partridge India.

Book review: Gautam Maitra's novel 'Banh

Gautam Maitra’s 'Banhi' is the story of a young girl’s journey through life, braving through injustices, crimes, and cruelties that life presented her with, to her final victory.

Author interview: Nirbhay Singh on his d

Born in a remote Indian village, the author overcame odds to study at a leading Canadian university. His debut book 'Why I Do Not Need to Travel to a Developing Country' charts his journey among other things.

Book review: Author Nirbhay Singh on why

Nirbhay Singh’s 'Why I Don’t need to Travel to a Developing Country', from Power Publishers, echoes the same philosophy as does a bildungsroman, tracing the physical and psychological growth of the author in his own words, as he travels from India to Canada.

Author interview: Satish Chandra on 'Re

Satish Chandra talks about how he was motivated to edit this collection of essays on transgender people and spreading awareness about their inclusion in society. 

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