A blockbuster Salman release, Gulzar on Partition, and the Jane Austen Society Of Pakistan are all here.
Five hundred people turn up in spite - or perhaps because - of a stormy day.
And how we kind of blew it again. (Sorry.)
A lighting designer and photographer in Calcutta also publishes India’s most beautiful books.
A guide to what’s what in Arundhati Roy’s reviews this fortnight.
The makers of ‘Delta News’ and Pustak Mahal jokes take their rap project to the stage.
WeWork opens in BKC this monsoon, and are also coming to Bangalore and Delhi.
Places to go, people to hear and a playlist to get you started.
A frothy, sharp book explains why we’ll never be tired of Naval-gazing this murder trial.
Monthly walks and social media to introduce you to neighbours you’ve never met.
Awards, glory, full-length New Yorker profiles. What gives?
Finishing schools, 18th-century graves, leftist pamphlets and more in the two blocks around the shiny new Zara.