An obituary for India's finest booksellers, Roald Dahl's first number 1, and cracking the holy grail of publishing

  At Juggernaut we’re constantly looking for young, new voices with incredible stories to tell.  And we found a perfect match in Tashan Mehta’s wonderful debut novel, The Liar’s Weave. The book tells the tale of Zahan Merchant who has a unique problem: he is born without a future. This cosmic mistake gives him the...

Barack Obama to write a foreword, JK Rowling expands her magical universe, and Amazon will open a second bookstore

As my son approached his six-month-birthday, he began wheezing like a grandma on a mountaineering expedition. Our paediatrician said that it was common in babies in Beijing. — Pallavi Aiyar  This story is not unique to Beijing. Last year, a study revealed that 4 out of every 10 children in Delhi suffer from severe...

Two great news for Indian writing, the world's smallest book, and a most evil writing app

Prashant Kishor will dissect what influences Indian voters today, their aspirations and what they now demand of their leaders.

The first covers for the talented spec-fic writer Vajra Chandrasekara's two stories

Find out in Arnab Ray's fabulous crime novel.

A reader's guide to Sahitya Akademi winners, and increasing the diversity in publishing and writing.

Harry Potter is back, a short story collection from North Korea, and a DIY book editor