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From Silly Point To Long On
Books Magazine January 30, 2017
Review
A patchwork run through India’s Test history has great anecdotal charm, but is repetitive
To Everything There’s A Fast Turn
Books Magazine January 23, 2017
Review
The speedy aggregation of market, nature and technology befuddles us all, says Friedman
Aishwaryaa Rajnikanth Dhanush
Books Magazine January 09, 2017
10 Questions
The director and dancer on life as a superstar child and wife, and her first book, Standing on an Apple Box.
Poems Of Pain Always Scored Over Songs Of Lust In Classical India
Books Magazine January 02, 2017
Pleasure
Did classical Indian literature focus more on the absentee lover than on the joys of union, probes Arshia Sattar
Within The ISI: Plumbing The Deepest Point Of A State
Books Magazine December 26, 2016
Review
Kiessling is excellent on the ISI under Gen Zia and its pernicious influence, but misses crucial aspects
Curiosity Shops For Dickens Town
Books Magazine December 19, 2016
Review
A joyous, clever, black satire references the entire African-American experience to make its point
A Man Of Science, But With No Art Of Storytelling
Books Magazine December 12, 2016
Review
The autobiography of one of our top scientists avoids scientific matters, or even the state of Indian scientific research. It’s just a roster of his many accomplishments.
The Immortal Sekander, Son Of Helios, Brother Of Revanta
Books Magazine December 05, 2016
Review
Devdutt Pattanaik’s eminently readable book compares the Indian and Greek myth systems to find convergences and divergences, all through an Indic prism
Echoing Calls Of The Mountains
Books Magazine November 28, 2016
Review
Layered with adventure and contemplation, a Himalayan anthology strikes out in all directions
Steelworks In A Foreign Cabinet
Books Magazine November 21, 2016
Review
A pioneer among Indians in Canadian politics recounts his eventful march to high office
From Silly Point To Long On
Books Magazine January 30, 2017
A patchwork run through India’s Test history has great anecdotal charm, but is repetitive
Books Magazine January 30, 2017
A book follows the footsteps of Guru Nanak in Pakistan and boldly speaks some bitter truths
Join The March For The Riddles
Books Magazine January 30, 2017
The vast trove of Ambedkar’s writings is culled for a greater understanding of this intellectual titan
‘It’s Like Seeing An American Apparition Take This Job’
Books Magazine January 30, 2017
This year's Man Booker Prize winner Paul Beatty on 'The Sellout' and today's America-- unflinching and brutal...
To Everything There’s A Fast Turn
Books Magazine January 23, 2017
The speedy aggregation of market, nature and technology befuddles us all, says Friedman
Not Befitting The Patriarch
Books Magazine January 23, 2017
A new biography of A.B. Vajpayee doesn’t miss a beat, but relies heavily on secondary material
400 Years Of Eloquence
Books Magazine January 23, 2017
Rich in symbolism, Kire’s story, resonant of her Naga roots, has the pellucid quality of folktales
Aishwaryaa Rajnikanth Dhanush
Books Magazine January 09, 2017
The director and dancer on life as a superstar child and wife, and her first book, Standing on an Apple Box.
Blue Trousers And A Heavy Payload
Books Magazine January 09, 2017
K. Radhakrishnan mixes the personal and the professional admirably. But his ISRO is a sanitised one and its inner workings remain hidden.
Books Magazine January 09, 2017
The titles—fiction or non-fiction, foreign or Indian, and bhasha—that are likely to end up on the shelf of a discerning reader
Poems Of Pain Always Scored Over Songs Of Lust In Classical India
Books Magazine January 02, 2017
Did classical Indian literature focus more on the absentee lover than on the joys of union, probes Arshia Sattar
Within The ISI: Plumbing The Deepest Point Of A State
Books Magazine December 26, 2016
Kiessling is excellent on the ISI under Gen Zia and its pernicious influence, but misses crucial aspects
Who Was The Fifth Victim?
Books Magazine December 26, 2016
A gritty, personalised reconstruction of serial murders in Mumbai proves to be fascinating
Curiosity Shops For Dickens Town
Books Magazine December 19, 2016
A joyous, clever, black satire references the entire African-American experience to make its point
A Tragedy Brought By Raag Lalit
Books Magazine December 19, 2016
These tales, set in small-town Assam, speak of torments and desires, and are soaked in music
Jeff Kinney
Books Magazine December 19, 2016
The author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid talks about his famous series, his 11th book, and how it all began.
Ranjit Singh’s Rock Of Power
Books Magazine December 19, 2016
An extract from a new book by William Dalrymple and Anita Anand on when the Koh-i-Noor resided in Lahore
A Man Of Science, But With No Art Of Storytelling
Books Magazine December 12, 2016
The autobiography of one of our top scientists avoids scientific matters, or even the state of Indian scientific research. It’s just a roster of his many accomplishments.
The Shame Is Squarely On Them
Books Magazine December 12, 2016
Taslima’s solipsistic atomism jars, but one must admire her spirit in the face of slimy intolerance
The Immortal Sekander, Son Of Helios, Brother Of Revanta
Books Magazine December 05, 2016
Devdutt Pattanaik’s eminently readable book compares the Indian and Greek myth systems to find convergences and divergences, all through an Indic prism
Holding On To The Crown Jewels
Books Magazine December 05, 2016
An account of late imperial hypocrisy has interpretive errors, but is valuable for the British story
90 Days On The Run Or Let Loose?
Books Magazine December 05, 2016
An extract from the chapter ‘Why did the CBI avoid (capturing) ­Sivarasan?’ from Rajiv Gandhi assassination convict Nalini Murugan’s ­recently released memoir, Rajiv Killing: Forgotten Truths
Echoing Calls Of The Mountains
Books Magazine November 28, 2016
Layered with adventure and contemplation, a Himalayan anthology strikes out in all directions
Bouncily Down The Cam With Floyd
Books Magazine November 28, 2016
Angst, scrapes, fleet-footed adjustments—Dhondy’s Cambridge memoir presents a throbbing zeitgeist
Steelworks In A Foreign Cabinet
Books Magazine November 21, 2016
A pioneer among Indians in Canadian politics recounts his eventful march to high office
Angst Of An Azaadi Seeker
Books Magazine November 21, 2016
Kanhaiya’s trajectory, from village to JNU and activism, is underpinned by a firm stand against injustice
Books Magazine November 21, 2016
Manwani’s biography of a film-maker as unapologetically commercial as Nasir Husain is a pointer to the growing acceptability of books on popular Hindi cinema
Books Magazine November 21, 2016
A glimpse into Bangalore's soul and Dara Singh's biography, a chatty retelling of the story of a farmer’s son who goes on to tame international wrestlers
The PM In The Comicbook Has Gone Viral
Books Magazine November 21, 2016
Welcome to Trudeaupia-2, where image is everything. Yet, the proof of the pop appeal is still in the policy pudding.
Life’s Wisdom As A Fine Art
Books Magazine November 21, 2016
In a novel about Tagore and his female relatives and companions, the poet emerges as a fallible man
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