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Indian writer Amitav Ghosh signs copies of his new book The Living Mountain for Kolkata readers

Kolkata: Acclaimed Indian writer and Jnanpith winner Amitav Ghosh at a city bookstore on Saturday signed copies of his recently published book The Living Mountain, billed as a fable for our times and a cautionary tale of how humans have systematically exploited nature, leading to an environmental collapse.

An ABC Safari: A fun learning experience for kids

Kolkata/IBNS:  Swati Kheria, an educator and a storyteller, believes that to steer children away from the digital addiction and inculcate a habit of reading books among them, it is necessary to add a fun twist to the learning experience.

Kitaab Festival in Delhi draws booklovers

Prabha Khaitan Foundation organised a week-long Kitaab Festival in Delhi presented by Shree Cement, from 13 to 17 December, where English, Hindi and Urdu literatures were celebrated in the company of a niche audience. Eleven books were launched in these 5 days at the India International Centre in New Delhi.

Judging a book by its cover

What’s so important about a book cover? Lots, if you look behind the cover, literally,  finds Rakhee Roytalukdar

The Loneliness of Hira Barua: Tales of human suffering and resilience from Assam

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.