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Book review: Poet Ila Tiwari merges the

Poetry is an intimate medium for expressing one’s personal thoughts and feelings. It is also considered as one of the best creative genres.

Book review: When Najam Us Saher decides

As the title 'Uncage the Mysterious Soul' suggests, the primary theme of the book is to unravel the secrets or the repressed thoughts of the mysterious soul.

Book review: Exploring the various aspec

Subash Dutta-Roy, Dr. Ing. in his well-researched book titled 'Hinduism' explores the various aspects of the word Hindu and highlights its origin and how it evolved in the modern age.

I do not think there is a difference bet

Koel Ganguly, writing under the pen name of Sreejib, released her first book ‘Aqson Level 1’ recently in Kolkata. IBNS correspondent Tirna Chatterjee catches up with her.

Book review: Amidst the Whirlwind is abo

Sayan Banerjee, through his first novel, 'Amidst the Whirlwind', has highlighted the different aspects of a human relationship and how complicated it can get at times.

Book Review: Unfinished - A Woman's Trys

Most believe that whatever is there in our destiny will happen no matter what. We cannot change our fate, but we can make the best use of whatever life has given us. This is shown to us by the strong protagonist, Anusha from Kay S’s book, 'Unfinished  - A Woman’s Tryst with Destiny'.

Author Sreejib explores dichotomy of the

Kolkata, Oct 15 (IBNS): Author Sreejib’s first novel ‘Aqson Level 1', published by Lead Start Publishing, was recently launched at an outlet of the lifestyle and book store Starmark, in Kolkata.

Starmark hosts the launch of author Mahu

Kolkata, October 10 (IBNS): Luxury commentator and author launched his second book ‘Dark Luxe’ in the presence of academician and author Professor Alok Kumar, senior journalist and photographer Kounteya Sinha and senior journalist, graphic novelist and illustrator of the book Sumit Moitra.

Book review: Surosree Das spins a tale a

Beautiful. Intriguing.Captivating. These three words describe how one would feel after reading 'The Paused Waves' by Surosree Das.

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