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October 13, 2008

One tiring business about John Le Carre's more recent novels like The Constant Gardener has been that they read ...
September 29, 2002

This translated collection of Tagore?s writings for children gives more than a fair idea of what he had in mind.
August 16, 2003

Nobody gives Radiohead a bad review. In fact, anything short of awe is considered a bad review when it comes to this Oxf ...
August 26, 2003

People were not only bathing devotedly, but they were also splashing about. This was religion with dollops of Appu Ghar- ...
April 25, 2004

The Grand Old Party may be fielding bachchas like Milind Deora and Sachin Pilot to re-brand itself as the party of ? an ...
April 11, 2004

Throw a stone at an election rally and the chances are that it'll hit a star. It all started, of course, in the South, w ...
June 1, 2013

Ninety-four per cent of poetry, like 94% of every other thing out there, is rubbish. Most of what’s poetry written by li ...
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May 26, 2013

Call me a Duckworth-Lewis squib, but it's the T20 we're talking about. What did you expect? Proceedings against bribes p ...
May 18, 2013

The moment you get out of Gauhati airport, you hear a bunch of people announcing ‘Schlong. Schlong’. The road to the cap ...
May 11, 2013

Congratulations to you and your party for the thumping victory in Karnataka, writes Indrajit Hazra
May 4, 2013

The admission by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Ranjit Sinha of a master-servant relationship between th ...
April 28, 2013

It is the Trinamool Congress’ betrayal of the people of the state, rather than of the city, that will now seal the fate ...
April 27, 2013

I have written earlier about how the devil lies in the implementation of the law. After my meeting with a Delhi Police r ...
April 21, 2013

I  usually keep my Sundays aside for cooking up grand money-making schemes. Considering that today's my 2,194th Sun ...
April 19, 2013

Three Chancellors explores the waning importance of Visva-Bharati, Rabindranath Tagore’s transnational humanist project, ...
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