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BLOODSHED IN PUNJAB: UNTOLD SAGA OF DECEIT AND SABOTAGE by G.S. Chawla
After the assassination of Indira Gandhi, this "gang" had complete hold on the administrative setup...
Web | Feb 06, 2016
Bloodshed in PUNJAB: Untold Saga of Deceit and Sabotage by
The moment I entered the room, he stood up and said: "Hats off to the man who can talk to the President of India in this language"
Web | Feb 05, 2016
This Unquiet Land: Stories From India’s Fault Lines by Barkha Dutt
We came to treat such instance of harassment and abuse as the rites of passage of growing up female in India...
Web | Jan 18, 2016
1962: The War That Wasn’t by Shiv Kunal Verma
The war with China was one that the army was not allowed to fight by its own people. The defeat was pretty much invited.
Magazine | Jan 18, 2016
Six Lenses: VIgnettes of Success, Career and Relationships by R. Gopalakrishnan
For sure most of us wish to lead a good life. But what is the good life?
Web | Jan 07, 2016
NATION AT PLAY: A HISTORY OF INDIAN SPORT by Ronojoy Sen
Most akharas have a strong Hindu element in both their symbols and their membership.
Web | Dec 16, 2015
Nation At Play: A History of Indian Sport by Ronojoy Sen
How the Bengalis began to react to the constant denigration by the British with a concerted effort to raise their self-esteem in both mind and body.
Web | Dec 14, 2015
Anything But Khamosh The Shatrughan Sinha Biography by Bharathi S. Pradhan
Shatrughan ‘Shotgun’ Sinha’s life has been every bit as dramatic as his Bollywood films. Excerpts from a new biography...
Magazine | Dec 21, 2015
A Long Dream of Home (The Persecution, Exodus and Exile of Kashmiri Pandits) by Siddhartha Gigoo & Varad Sharma
A story about the struggles of living in exile and the longing for snow...
Web | Dec 03, 2015
THE END OF PLENTY: THE RACE TO FEED A CROWDED WORLD by Joel K. Bourne Jr
How instead of harvesting a nutritious traditional food crop that could supplement the diets of the poor, farmers poisoned it just to grow more grain.
Web | Nov 21, 2015
Islamic State The Digital Caliphate by Abdel Bari Atwan
ISIS understands that the internet is key in carrying the war to the West
Magazine | Nov 30, 2015
The End of Plenty: The Race to Feed a Crowded World by Joel K. Bourne Jr
How pesticides and public health are a matter of great concern in Punjab...
Web | Nov 20, 2015
The End of Plenty: The Race to Feed a Crowded World by Joel K. Bourne Jr
An extract on the Green Revolution from Joel K. Bourne Jr's The End of Plenty
Web | Nov 19, 2015
Dreaming Big: My Journey to Connect India by Sam Pitroda
In their presentation to Rajiv they had shown a kind of feel-good, advertisement-type video on India's water and food production—pretty generalities with little substance.
Web | Nov 03, 2015
In this excerpt from Lucknow Boy, our former editor recounts how he came to edit Debonair and his juiciest adventures thereafter
Magazine | Nov 02, 2015
Excerpts from A Hack’s Progress, recounting how Knightley unwittingly ended up working both for the CIA and the KGB
Magazine | Nov 02, 2015
Smita Patil A Brief Incandescence by Maithili Rao
The iconic Smita Patil would have been 60 this week. A new biography traces her life, her untimely death and her glorious, meteoric career. Excerpts.
Magazine | Oct 26, 2015
The Modi Myth by S. Nihal Singh
Modi is caught in the pincer of a paradox—his RSS-fed hankering for a Hindu rashtra and his own modern technocratism. Where will his balancing act lead India?
Magazine | Oct 26, 2015
Hindutva: Exploring the Idea of Hindu Nationalism by Jyotirmaya Sharma
Revolt, bloodshed and revenge were at once the instruments of injustice and of bringing about natural justice.
Web | Oct 02, 2015
Blood on My Hands: Confessions of Staged Encounters by Kishalay Bhattacharjee
Killing innocents is generally done by those who are physically and mentally weak. For them, it is like proving a point to themselves.
Web | Sep 28, 2015

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