“I see myself as a global citizen and not just as an Indian or Indian American.”
In her books, her character constantly reinvented their identities, but Bharti Mukherjee, never shed her Indian identity.
The YouTube sensation to tour 31 cities, including 8 in the US and 3 in India, to promote her first book.
Mukherjee’s “The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer” was awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize.
The Wellcome Book Prize celebrates fiction and non-fiction works engaged with the topics of health and medicine.
“What a talent. What a loss.” Gates wrote.
Bloco Bollywood blends Indian and Brazilian musical forms.
An interview with Vappala Balachandran, author of “The Secret Story of ACN Nambiar,” a biography of the late freedom fighter and head of “Indian Legion.”
In a 2011 interview, the late Indian American author spoke about her works, India and the diaspora life.
Kolkata-born Mukherjee’s work includes award-winning novel like Jasmine.
“The Gene: An Intimate History” is longlisted in the nonfiction category.
Author of Before We Visit the Goddess to Delhi, Jaipur, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Chennai.
Jay Joshi directed the play.
Several artifacts were looted from India.
Arnab had earlier won the Young Investigator award.
Features 25 watercolors of the late artist.
REVIEW: Gripping short stories with good characterization and complex plots.
Balamuralikrishna was conferred with Padma Vibhushan in 1991.
‘The Boy & The Bindi’ is about a young South Asian boy.
Tharoor’s new book details how Britain ruined India.
More opportunities for Westland’s authors to reach international readers.
Poovalur Jayaraman is 80 years old.
Satire revolves around reinstatement of slavery in Los Angeles.