Madhavan is an acclaimed Malayalam author
Failure of secular parties in Kerala to condemn censorship of art has allowed communal outfits to gain traction.
The beauty of Svetlana Alexievich’s Nobel Prize-winning novel is that there is no tyranny of an author-imposed discourse in the narrative.
In Kerala, the Left offered a campaign rich in content and won the state
The autobiography of KM Mathew, who turned Malayala Manorama from a stagnant newspaper to a formidable media house, is a local tale, the like of which we seldom come across in English.
Benyamins novel goes to the heart of the Malayalis Mephistophelean tryst with the Gulf
Malayalam writer NS Madhavan on the curious blindness to rains in Kerala,the first of Indian states to welcome the monsoon
Taking stock of new connects in an old trading hub from cricket to commerce.
Nearly four decades into filmmaking,Gopalakrishnan gets his first biography an authorised one written by Gautaman Bhaskaran,with the title, Adoor Gopalakrishnan A Life in Cinema....
Australia arrived in India via Dubai the men from Down Under dug deeper in the desert to conquer their spin demons.