As the Great Game repeats itself, India must wake up to Karzai’s new moves
Magazine | Aug 30, 2010
In this pocket of Kerala, local myth fuses Goddess Bhagavati and Mother Mary into family
Magazine | Aug 11, 2008
Naipaul's new book traverses old ground, his journey unto himself is but an ego trip, the sharp edge of his writing has turned bitter. Where's VS as we knew him?
Magazine | Sep 24, 2007
The British Museum celebrates India at 60 in a show of Indian art patronised by Brits before the Raj
Magazine | Sep 17, 2007
A subtle rebuke to those who like to see the relationship between the Christian and Islamic world exclusively and simplistically in terms of jihads and crusades, clashes, violence and destruction.
Web | Sep 06, 2007
Two new books exemplify the polarised debate: one claims the British Empire was comparable to slavery and fascism; while for the other, the Victorian administrators of the Indian Civil Service, far from being oppressive exploiters, in fact "represented the British Empire at its best and most altruistic".
Web | Apr 24, 2007
William Dalrymple grants Naipaul his eminence, but challenges his jaundiced notions of Indian history
Magazine | Mar 15, 2004