"Amreeka is how real Punjabis pronounce 'America'" says Atulya Mahajan in his "Amreekandesi - Masters of America", a 310 page opus chronicling of the lives and times of a group of Indian students roughing it out it the US of A trying to make their
Sidin Vadukut is back with the Dork, and the Dork is exactly as we remember him! "God save the Dork" is the sequel to the highly successful "Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin 'Einstein' Varghese." There are few people who can write comedy with the
The all in all of everything there has been, is there and ever will be in Indian Bubblegum literature has released his latest piece de resistance. Chetan Bhagat (CB) is <insert whatever you want here> because more than he merits has been said about him
It is a considerable #WIN on many fronts that Indians have taken to reading in droves, again. As I have said in Part 1, (Suggest you go through it, if you havent) a large chunk of the thanks for this has to go to Chetan Bhagat
So the other day someone said:
"The timeline of the history of Indian Fiction can be divided into two: Before Chetan Bhagat and After Chetan Bhagat".
Quite a statement to make, considering the fact that the only other major figure in history who had enough clout to split