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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

Now for the first time in India

Juggernaut will publish a book on the Tiger of Mysore by Kate Brittlebank, one of the world's leading authorities on Tipu Sultan.

Here's why we think we can build a paid reading audience for the mobile