Piccadilly Book Stall in Delhi is a clear example of why one should never judge a bookstore by its window dressing The first thing I did…
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The love for comics, the betrayal and the saga of losing a precious collection to a book thief
A true artist of the written word, G.K. Chesterton was much more than a mystery writer.
This is the story of a boy who was initiated into the wild west at an open movie theatre inside an army Cantonment in India. This was the 1970s and raging in the air was a war.
The man who gave us the eternal optimist Charlie Brown, his philosophising canine Snoopy and the incorrigible Lucy remains one of the best cartoonists we’ve ever seen
A handful of school stories that take you back to those carefree days of childhood abound.
Making people laugh and forget their cares is probably the most difficult craft. However, some of the terrific humour writers have done just that
A tribute to the life and works of the master humorist, PG Wodehouse.
How a pre-teener found a treasure in the private book collection of India’s first Foreign Secretary, KPS Menon
A passionate reader’s many encounters with the inimitable Edgar Rice Burroughs and the raw and ready Tarzan.