HarperCollins India presents Khooni Vaisakhi by Nanak Singh translated by Navdeep Suri

HarperCollins India is proud to announce A Survivor’s Account of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre KHOONI VAISAKHI The great Punjabi writer Nanak Singh was present at Jallianwala Bagh on 13 April 1919 and twenty-two years old at the time. As the British troops opened fire on the unarmed gathering protesting against the Rowlatt Act, killing hundreds,… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Khooni Vaisakhi by Nanak Singh translated by Navdeep Suri

Cold Truth by Nikhil Pradhan – the bone-chilling thriller

The truth has never been this frightening.  ABOUT THE BOOK When ten-year-old Sakshi goes missing from East Delhi, almost no one, including the police, seems too concerned. Not until a curious journalist begins to ask questions. Soon, she cracks open a can of worms, and what started as an innocuous investigation into corruption and systemic… Continue reading Cold Truth by Nikhil Pradhan – the bone-chilling thriller

HarperCollins India presents The Night of Broken Glass by Feroz Rather

        is delighted to announce the publication of The Night of Broken Glass by Feroz Rather, a novel in short stories and a fictional account on Kashmir New Delhi, 22nd June 2018: In The Night of Broken Glass, Feroz Rather provides the readers a glimpse of the courage and daily life of… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents The Night of Broken Glass by Feroz Rather

Author’s Note on ‘1984: The Anti-Sikh Violence and After’

Why now? Why thirty years later? This book got going, suddenly one afternoon in 2014, in the course of a chat with my friend and colleague Sagarika Ghose. ‘Why haven’t you written a book on 1984 yet?’ she asked. I didn’t have an answer as good as the question. We spoke when 1984 was back in the air.… Continue reading Author’s Note on ‘1984: The Anti-Sikh Violence and After’