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Chennai-born ex-journalist, on the launch of his much-hyped (and much-paid in advance royalties) debut novel The White Tiger
Amit Chaudhuri is one of the judges for the International Booker Prize. And there's going to be a prize war this time between Rushdie and Amitav Ghosh for the regular Booker
movie review
U Me is plain ho hum - nothing more than maudlin and tedious, irritating rather than affecting...
Goa Restaurant
This really is a fisherman’s wharf: a romantic little place in Goa on the River Sal
M.S. Gill's acceptance of a minister of state position has received some adverse comment -- but for all wrong reasons
Cover Story
politics of sport
Today China, tomorrow India? In the pro-Tibet, anti-repression march, are we on sure ground?
The Gandhis: Rajiv's murder
Priyanka looks for closure on her father's case. Willy-nilly, it becomes a political act.
kerala farm crisis
Deluge, it was. But a rotten work culture made it a calamity.
reservations creamy layer
Twenty seven per cent it is, now will the creamy layer get a taste?
elections in nepal
A surprise victory has the Maoists in thrall. Will power temper their views?
jobs exodus
Corporates are calling them, and more bureaucrats are taking it. It isn't just the lucre, the new job is exciting too.
economy: price rise
The government remains divided over moves to rein in inflation
real estate slowdown
Bargains await buyers as growth flags in the real estate sector
Leprosy's ancient stigma still festers in India. It's time we cut the pain.
Delhi: Jantar Mantar
A rallying point where myriad causerati and their multiple grievances converge
muslims: feminism
More Muslim women protest against biases in the south. Literacy, global pulls aid them.
Arts & Entertainment
EXCLUSIVE Controversy Singur Film
CPI-M turns film critic, kills festival
Florence and Fatehpur Sikri, the Mughals and the Medicis, wisdom and bawdiness—the sound and fury of Rushdie's latest novel finally signify nothing
Khushwant Singh on The Enchantress Of Florence By Salman Rushdie
Presents only a slice of the Lankan Tamil reality, but it is an authentic voice. Matter-of-fact, unsentimental, evocative but sparse.
Captures the intricate problems that beset the Mughal dynasty. An attempt to understand the concept of India we cherish, but often take for granted.
Ather Farouqui on Sons Of Babur: A Play In Search Of India By Salman Khurshid
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