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“ऐतिहासिक कहानी” कथा ( प्रतियोगिता ) के अंतर्गत हमें अनेक रचनाएं प्राप्त हुई, जिसमें सौरभ एस दौलत की सुतानुका कहानी को सबसे...

हमारे आज के लेखक शून्य की कहानियां लिखने की शुरुआत दिल्ली से हुई थी. पिछले 17 सालों से वह मुख्य रूप से इलेक्ट्रॉिनक मीडिया...

Aparna Piramal Raje serves as a columnist and author at MINT, one of India’s leading business publications. She also writes for the UK Financial Times and is the author of Working Out of the Box. Piramal Raje is a thought leader in business and design, two areas which she weaves together through her stories and...

मोहम्मद कौशेन की लिखी  ‘बदचलन ‘  कहानी को जगरनॉट बुक्स के राइटिंग प्लेटफॉर्म पर पाठकों द्वारा सबसे अधिक सराहा गया है। ...

A postgraduate in media studies from Symbiosis University, Pune, Prateek continues to learn and work in the crafts of screenwriting and literary prose. His work was shortlisted in Mumbai Mantra Cinerise Fellowship (2015) and was among the top five finalists in Recyclewala Story Search Competition (2016). You can read...

Dear fellow Indian Mothers, I believe no mother asks her child to hate another child. So it was disturbing and shocking when Zareen told me, ‘My little one is only six-and-a-half years old and was hit in school for being a Muslim.’ A student sitting on the same bench as her daughter, Samaira, asked her,...

Anuja Chandramouli’s Rani Padmavati: The Burning Queen has been well appreciated by readers for bringing life to the historical character of Rani Padmavati who stood up for her own rights and self-respect centuries ago. We bring to you some of the reader reviews which might entice you to read this book for...

When we started and where we are now We’ve had a great year with the Juggernaut Writing Platform. We launched it in May this year and have seen a massive organic growth. Over 35000 stories were uploaded and 10 contracts have been given out. The platform has become our happy place to find new talent from all over the...

We got to read some amazing stories in the Times LitFest contest winners. Have a look at the top 3 entries of the contest: That Girl is Trouble by Divya Anand The winning entry of the contest, That Girl is Trouble is a very balanced, yet eye-opening take on a phenomenon we are all too familiar with. Divya has won...

I didn’t have many friends when I was growing up. I probably didn’t feel the need to put myself out there and build relationships other than the ones I already had. I had three elder sisters, and we were very close. Sisters (most of the time) tend to become your first close friends. But, I won’t dismiss the fact...