While Hill does address many aspects of facial recognition and how Clearview AI is still planning to go ahead with its business plans, there are few instances of what can be done about it.
Shishir Vayttaden conjures the world of Big Law in this caustically witty book, telling stories of Bombay Boardroom and their victories big and small
'The Book of Body Positivity: How We Got It All Wrong and What We Can Do about It' uses an empowering tone, assuring readers that obesity should not be reduced to a personal failure. It is caused by multiple factors.
Tamil writer Perumal Murugan won the JCB Prize for Literature for his book Fire Bird on Saturday. The book has been translated into English from Tamil by Janani Kannan.
Studies show that the most digitally literate generation prefers to read books in print rather than on screen.
Here's an extensive overview of the most recent offerings on various streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime, along with some book suggestions, podcast recommendations, and enjoyable weekend activities. This weekend, you have many choices to explore, including new releases on Netflix and Amazon Prime, engaging podcast content, exciting events to attend, and much more!
How to survive a bear market, and common mistakes investors make when the going is good.
A memoir of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War and ethnic cleansing of 1992-95, published almost two decades ago, offers a glimpse into the hellish circumstances of those in Gaza today.
Just named City of Literature by UNESCO Creative Cities Network, Kerala's coastal city of Kozhikode (formerly Calicut) packs centuries of knowledge, cultural expressions and diversity.
In her non-fiction book on Varanasi's corpse-burner Dom community, 'Fire on the Ganges: Life Among the Dead in Banaras', debutante author-journalist Radhika Iyengar demonstrates how caste-heteropatriarchy controls who gets to have a choice in the life they lead.
Courting India is an intriguing non-fiction account of the English entry into the subcontinent, taking cues from the first English ambassador in India, Thomas Roe.
Screens are mental overload and fracture our brains into a prismatic way of seeing. Reading books provides an inimitable stillness of mind and inculcates a habit the young takes into their adulthood.
Films and books transport us to worlds where goblins and wraiths roam free. Urban legends and myths would have us believe that anything can happen anytime!
A detailed guide to all the latest OTT releases, book recommendations, podcasts, and exciting activities to indulge in over the weekend! This weekend, you can pick from a host of Netflix & Amazon prime releases, a book on women's athletics, the Palestine war, listen to podcasts on understanding the Indian cities, attend fun events & much more! This weekend, you have many choices to explore.
The bestselling author and screenwriter analyses his success, joys of fatherhood, his writing process and how he deals with self-doubt.
That friend, from that '90s show, we had and lost. His memoir, published last year, and his American sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S will be pages from his life, those suffering will keep turning to.
On Halloween, here’s a look at some of the best writers of ghost stories from India.
A detailed guide to all the latest OTT releases, book recommendations, podcasts and exciting activities to indulge in over the weekend! This weekend, you can pick from a host of Netflix & Amazon Prime releases, a book on women’s athletics, the Palestine war, listen to podcasts on understanding the Indian cities, attend fun events & much more! This weekend, you have many choices to explore
According to government data, an average of 618 Indians renounces their citizenship every day. Injam’s stories are a moving reminder that their choice has difficult personal consequences. Given the statistics, immigrant literature will grow. This well-crafted collection stands out in its candidness and maturity.
In terms of methodology, Mehta’s second novel has much in common with the works of Jorge Luis Borges and Italo Calvino, while its fragmentary nature and adroit usage of scientific language recalls science fiction masters Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke.
Mike Brearley's latest book 'Turning Over the Pebbles' is a thoughtful meditation on life, sport, philosophy, psychology, religion, literature, music, death—in fact the whole human condition.
The Shortlist features three translations, a debut novel and debut translation. Each shortlisted author will get Rs 1 lakh and an additional Rs 50,000 for the translator if the finalist book happens to be a translated work. The winner will be announced on November 18 and shall take away Rs 25 lakh.
Jamila Ahmed’s 'Every Rising Sun' is an inventive debut novel that combines the stories of the 'Arabian Nights' with episodes from medieval history.
Matt Abrahams, organizational behaviour lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, on the problem with aiming for perfection and other hurdles to effective communication, and how to manage or overcome them in spontaneous conversations.
In these holidays, take your own trip into India's past with these charming historic whodunits.