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Cannibal On The Run

This new John Sandford book, Neon Prey, 29th in his bestselling Prey series, is not for the squeamish, featuring as it does, a cannibal as the ...

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The Right Thing

Who would kill a man with a few days to live, unless there is a

reason to silence him?<...

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Bollywood’s leap out of the closet

“It is an old stereotype, that homosexuality has to do only with sex while heterosexuality is multifaceted and embraces love and romance....

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Into The Mist

Kamlesh Mota’s new Gujarati play, Dhummas (Fog), written by Anshumali Ruparel, is described as “an emotional thriller”  ...

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Never Give Up

Like all his books, Harlan Coben’s latest Run Away has hit the bestseller lists. The standalone novel about the travails of a family goes straight for the he...

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Whose Life Is It, Anyway?

Deepa Gahlot writes in her review of Jodi Picoult’s, A Spark of Life, “Women’s reproductive rights have always been under thr...

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When Kaga Calls

The Devotion Of Suspect X  won Keigo Higashino a worldwide fan following, and his other books like Malice...

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Shah Rukh Khan receives honorary doctorate from London

The King Khan or ‘Badshah of Bollywood’, actor Shah Rukh Khan wants to move beyond being an actor by making positive changes in peo...

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Women In The Verge

Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen collaborated for the first time for last year’s bestseller, The Wife Between Us,&...

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The Women who transformed television

It is important to make note of the people who work off screens. Success or failure, they are the root cause and would stand as a pillar despit...

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