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Speaking Tiger is an independent publishing company based in New Delhi. Founded in September 2014, the company publishes a diverse list comprising quality fiction and non-fiction from South Asia and the rest of the world, with a strong emphasis on new voices.

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PRESS RELEASE
SPEAKING TIGER AUTHOR NAYANTARA SAHGAL CONFERRED WITH
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD AT AUTHER AWARDS 2020

9th March 2020, New Delhi:

Eminent author Nayantara Sahgal was conferred with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the AutHer Awards 2020 for her outstanding contribution to literature. The award was presented at a ceremony held at Taj Palace, New Delhi on 8 March 2020. (more…)

PRESS RELEASE
SPEAKING TIGER AUTHOR BIJAL VACHHARAJANI
WINS BEST AUTHOR – CHILDREN AWARD
AT AUTHER AWARDS 2020

9th March 2020, New Delhi:

Speaking Tiger is proud to announce that Bijal Vachharajani won the AutHer Award 2020 in the category Best Author – Children for A Cloud Called Bhura: Climate Champions to the Rescue. The award was presented at a ceremony held at Taj Palace, New Delhi yesterday. (more…)

Speaking Tiger author Nayantara Sahgal get Lifetime Achievement Award from the JK Papers AutHER literary prize, cosponsored by the Times of India

Reviews

The Most Beautiful Night of the Soul takes us into the disorienting days and disquieting nights of a man who seeks the truth in the midst of war and chaos, even as he fights his own demons. Book review of The Most Beautiful Night of the Soul

A Doctor’s Experiments In Bihar Dr Taru Jindal, a young gynaecologist from Mumbai, went to work in Bihar’s Motihari District Hospital, hoping to use her medical knowledge to make a difference in the lives of people who had limited access to trained doctors. Instead, she found herself battling apathy, callousness and appalling inefficiency.Read book review of A Doctor’s Experiments In Bihar

Boys from Good Families ‘No shortcuts, no slang, hers is a celebration of language. Every sentence is pregnant with meaning, the mundane comma could mark a passage of time, and time itself becomes secondary as the narrative leapfrogs back and forth.’ Book review Of Boys from Good Families

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