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Aruna Nambiar
Edited by Julie Merin Varughese
The Monsters Still LurkA moving ode to life, with all its delicious little ironies...Simplicity is one of the most underrated virtues, but Aruna ...
Mehrub Rahman
Edited by Mariam Khan
Neel Bish Neel Ajogor (Blue poison, Blue python)After WW1 and during the hot-scotch drum of WW2, the oriental writers wanted to bloom in a beauty in its ...
Nandita Dutta
Reviewed by Namrata Joshi
F-Rated: Being A Woman Filmmaker In IndiaEleven women filmmakers talk about making cinema in a man's world...Being a filmmaker, an Indian and a woman cannot be ...
William Dalrymple
The Anarchy: The East India Company, Corporate Violence, and the Pillage of an EmpireWilliam Dalrymple tears apart the Empire's colonial project saying the subcontinent was conquered by violent, ruthless corporate predators...In this encyclopaedic ...
Salman Rushdie
Reviewed by David Lunn
QuichotteThis strikingly contemporary reworking of 'Don Quixote' is a satire. And Rushdie suggests in this interview that satire might be ...
Edited by Mariam Khan
It’s Not About the BurqaA collection of essays explains what it is to be Muslim - and feministIn April, following a spate of suicide ...
Edited by Mike Issac
Super Pumped The Battle for UberLove it or hate it, Uber changed the way we use transportation in the U.S. and beyond. The story of ...
Mannu S Pillai
Reviewed by Basav Biradar
The Courtesan, the Mahatma & the Italian BrahminA peek into the multicultural nature of India's rich history...It is an exciting time for popular writing on Indian history ...
Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty
Reviewed by Abdus Salam
Assam: The Accord, The Discord Tracing the current NRC saga to its genesis, the Assam Accord of 1985...The publication of the final National Register of ...
Manreet Sodhi Someshwar
Reviewed by Amandeep Sindhu
The Radiance of a Thousand SunsA sensitive intergenerational story that stitches together the traumatic events in Punjab's historyManreet Sodhi Someshwar's epic novel scores in bringing ...
Linda Broday
Reviewed by Punya H Rashid
The Heart of a Texas CowboyThe Heart of a Texas Cowboy" is the second installment of Linda Broday's Men of Legend series. I have enjoyed ...
Writings by and on Jawaharlal Nehru
'Who is Bharat Mata': On History, Culture and the Idea of India How the first prime minister formed his views on the nation and her culture...Selections are invariably subjective. Purushottam Agrawal makes ...
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