Kolkata/IBNS: Deaf and mute entrepreneur and engineer, Vaibhav Kothari, has said one seat in the Indian parliament should be reserved for a deaf person to represent their world.
New Delhi/IBNS: Urdu poet Rahat Indori, who had tested positive for Covid-19, passed away on Tuesday.
Author Kavita Kane, who is credited for mythological fictions like 'The Karna's Wife', 'Sita's Sister', was the guest at a virtual An Author's Afternoon session organised by Prabha Khaitan Foundation and presented by Shree Cement on Jul 28. India Blooms correspondent Souvik Ghosh brings excerpts of an interaction where Kavita spoke about the blending of literature and epics
Kolkata, Aug 10 (UNI) Animosity between the two super powers--the US and China--has heated up this November's presidential election with Donald Trump taking some tough trade measures against the eastern country.
Tomes have been written about The United States of America – a country which instantly grabs the attention due to multiple reasons like academics, fashion, style, food, language – but here is a chance to have a fresh look at the land of Uncle Sam through author Bhagaban Chandra Patra's book, ‘My Discovery of America’.
Kolkata/IBNS: At a time the Communists are losing their relevance across India, journalist-columnist-author Anant Vijay on Wednesday highlighted the alleged double standards of the Marxists.
Kolkata/UNI: Tufts University Professor Brian A. Hatcher's latest book 'Hinduism Before Reform' sketches a radical new view of the origins of contemporary Hinduism and overturns the idea of religious reform.
Kolkata: As we edge towards the fifth month of lockdown with the pandemic, our lives have been flung in a constant mood of work and lockdown with industries opening and being subjected to periodic closures with health and safety concerns.
Stories of people caught in socio-political conflicts on the background of the turbulent years in the Brahmaputra Valley are at the heart of the newly published book The Loneliness of Hira Barua by Pan Macmillan.
He enjoyed pairing the poems with images clicked by him, says Milind Kapale about his recently published book ‘Sthit Bhavnapravah’.
Although a fantasy action thriller, ‘Punarbhava’ draws inspiration from the Sanatan Dharma of India, says the author.
The present scenario of the entire world is bleak, pessimistic, and dark. The worldwide pandemic due to the COVID-19 has threatened many facets of the society and has also shaken the lives of people.
The author conducted intensive research into the economic lives of people across India and also drew upon his own in-depth knowledge of the subject for his debut book 'Alternative Strategy for Unfettered Growth'.
University of Nairobi's Distinguished Professor Francis Mulaa talks about why he thought it was important to bring out a book to guide engineering students about engineering drawings. The book has been written by Professor Francis Mulaa, in association with engineer Thomas Mukuche, and has been designed by Zablon Wekesa.
Indian-born novelist Megha Majumdar, who lives and works as an editor in New York city, was the guest at Kitaab by Prabha Khaitan Foundation last month. India Blooms correspondent Souvik Ghosh brings an excerpt of Megha's conversation with journalist-author Nilanjana Roy regarding her debut novel 'A Burning'