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I wanted to return to spy novels: Ian McEwan
September 1, 2012
Ian McEwan tells
how he probes the corrupting nature of institutions in his latest work, a s ...
Rewiew: Sons Of Thunder
July 28, 2012
In his introduction, editor Neil Bradford states that he intends to “probe the emotional bond between rider and machine” ...
Wrong kind of rape
February 22, 2012
The rape of a woman in Kolkata and the way the establishment reacted did not provoke political or social anger. ...
Our fake plastic ideas
February 8, 2012
Cosmetic surgery, like much else, is more layered than we assume.
Explore India and its thoughts, all in this new pocketbook
February 5, 2012
In the market space of writing and publishing, a book on India is guaranteed to generate interest, both among Indians as ...
Lit fest team stands by its invitation to Rushdie
January 20, 2012
A day before the Jaipur Literature Festival kicked off, the festival organisers stuck to their position that they stood ...
December 9, 2011
Spirited Anna Funder's debut novel about the anti-Nazi resistance is a work that exhibits both power and graceful ease. ...
Calling the Kolaveri tune
December 1, 2011
Listening to Why This Kolaveri Di play, I was reminded of a rather churlish joke that a friend used to narrate. ...
‘Call’em groupies or gopis’
November 20, 2011
Germaine Greer, perhaps feminism’s most recognisable face, is getting old. It has been 41 years now since The Female Eun ...
History vs historical novels
November 19, 2011
For all its understated ambience, the public interactions that follow each of the sessions at the Alchemist Hay Festival ...
Still looking for inspiration
November 17, 2011
You could be almost forgiven for thinking that it’s just another languid afternoon at the Kanakakunnu Palace in Thiruvan ...
Observing the observers
October 14, 2011
An outsider peeps into the quaint warmth of Karva Chauth night, by
Gods in our own image
October 8, 2011
Rs 399 pp 177 The story begins with a thin child. We do not know her name, or much about h ...
Books on the banned wagon
September 30, 2011
Like every other year, the Banned Books Week (BBW), celebrated in America from September 24 to October 1, draws to a clo ...
Classics around the corner
September 16, 2011
Finding the right translator turned out to be the biggest challenge when Harvard University Press (HUP) took on the task ...
Opportunities and threats: India faces a tricky diplomacy challenge in Japan
I keep changing phones all the time, says gadget-freak Parineeti Chopra
Bipan Chandra: The historian exemplar, Indian extraordinaire
In riot-hit Muzaffarnagar, kabaddi heals wounds, unites
Sharp, honest and witty: That's Farah Khan to the world
Movie review: Emraan Hashmi's Raja Natwarlal is a fun, one-time watch
Poonam Pandey removed from Facebook, asks Twitter followers what to do
Top 5 lies men tell women: Never believe him when he says...
Mumbai man who left to join IS killed in Iraq
Morning sex makes for a happy and healthy start: Research
Modi's day out: Prayers at Toji temple, meeting with scientist
Imran supporters storm Pakistan capital; 1 dead, 300 injured
PM Modi is not a listener; so be prepared for it
Japan's camera giant Fujifilm could make medicine to fight Ebola
Delhi pvt schools unhappy over PM live speech order
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