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Author interview: Sumeidha Iyer talks ab

Media panelist, enterpreneur and social activist Sumeidha Iyer talks about her book 'Before I Met You' and what compelled her to write it.

Book review: A self-help Mathematics gui

In his book 'Educlans Mathematics for Competitive Exams', Samrat Biswas makes learning Mathematics easier, especially for those appearing for competitive examinations, 

Stand up comedian Papa CJ feels compelle

Kolkata/IBNS: When Papa CJ asks his audience to retort with, ‘I come from the land of the Kama Sutra, I can f*** you in more ways than you can count!’ if any one dares to speak against India, you know the man can be comical with a cutting edge.

We should teach men in our lives: Author

Author, leadership coach and marketing consultant Aparna Jain was the guest at An Author's Afternoon presented by Shree Cement Ltd and organised by the Prabha Khaitan Foundation in association with Taj Bengal Kolkata early this month. At a receding winter evening, Jain in a candid chat shared her experience of writing her book Boys Will Be Boys, sexual harassment at workplaces, #MeToo and much more. IBNS correspondent Souvik Ghosh brings a glimpse of the chat

People nowadays talk about racism more p

Australian author Professor Bronwyn Fredericks  was one of the guests during the Apeejay Literary Festival which in Kolkata. In an exclusive chat with IBNS correspondent Souvik Ghosh, Professor Fredericks spoke about experience of working with aboriginals and more

Book review: Chef Sourabh Angarkar takes

'Roots of Herbs and Spices' by Chef Sourabh Angarkar is a must buy for home chefs and anyone who is interested in healthy eating.

Book Review: 'Before I Met You' is about

Sumeidha Iyer, through her book 'Before I Met You', has knitted a beautiful story about Amaya, the central character.

Author interview: Syed Irfan Ali talks a

It was the lessons learned through some very trying circumstances in his life that inspired him to write 'Irade', a collection of five stories in Hindi.

I want even people with faintest idea ab

Afghanistan-born Nemat Sadat is an activist and journalist currently based in the US. He is the first native from Afghanistan to have publicly come out as gay and campaign for LGBTQIA rights among Muslims worldwide. Holder of six university degrees, including those from Harvard, Columbia, and Oxford,  The Carpet Weaver, a sweeping tale of a young gay man's struggle to come of age and find love in the face of brutal persecution, is his debut novel. IBNS  correspondent Nitin Waghela catches up with him at the an event called Rainbow Talk at American Center in Kolkata

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