Wednesday, 21 Aug 2019
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Hall Of Refracted Truths
Like his coruscatingly brilliant stories, Manto was quirky, unpredictable, made of hard and soft edges. These essays, by his literary friends, confirm his genius.
Dec 19, 2018
Drinking From A False Glory
K.M. Munshi’s fiction did much to fashion a rigid Gujarati stand on history and identity. This novel, barring a new introduction, has little literary merit.
Jul 06, 2017
That Smell In His Ink
A translation faithful to the original and a sampling of Manto’s rarer non-fiction makes this book worthwhile
Jul 27, 2015
Friend Jyoti Malhotra scored a pack of cigarettes in the coffee shop at the departure lounge, but they had no matches or lighters.
Mar 16, 2015
Not A Noble Cause
It’s hard to ignore that IM has time and again struck at Gujaratis
Aug 05, 2013
The Storyteller’s Calling
Lead us from formula to narrative, from 5W+H to human saga
Jul 01, 2013
How Some Gather Silver In The Fog
There are two types of scam, upper caste and lower caste. The latter kind is more visible.
Feb 11, 2013
The Ghost’s In The Details, Ma’am
Arundhati has got it all wrong—the facts speak out against her romantic notions of the tribals’ fight
Apr 30, 2012
The Snake Oil Salesman
He’s master of his domain. But what would Modi do in a House so riven?
Mar 26, 2012
Tiers In Heaven
We’re better, despite a wrong-headed electorate and an enduring old order
Jan 10, 2011
The Man Who Came To Raid My Office
Almost exclusively, their interest was in the work that we were doing that they thought of as being 'anti-national'. One of them even used that specific word.
Oct 28, 2018
Why Anti-Defection Law Must Be Debated Again No Matter Which Side You Are On The Mess In Karnataka
May 19, 2018
How's Rowlatt Act That Led To Jallianwala Different From NSA That Holds Dalit Leader Azad In Jail Sans Trial?
Till we are able to understand and appreciate this reality of what is happening to our fellow citizens today in 2018, it would be hypocrisy to continue to teach in our textbooks about the great atrocity of 1919.
May 05, 2018
Dear Prime Minister, Nation Wants To Know The Agenda Of Your China Visit
There is something secret about the visit that Narendra Modi has made to China
Apr 30, 2018
Congress Rule Hid It For Some Time: We Indians Are Like Our Brothers In Pakistan, Sri Lanka And Bangladesh
We have a majoritarian instinct that is powerful and that is today asserting itself against the minority.
Apr 24, 2018
Hang Rapists: The Easy Way Out For A Society And Politicians That Don’t Want Change
Apr 15, 2018
Would The BJP Nudge The RSS To Appoint A Dalit Or Adivasi As Sarsanghachalak?
If the government actually sides with the Dalits, they are smart enough to know this. Spending two nights in a village will not be needed
Apr 08, 2018
High GDP Growth, Biggest Economic Reforms Prove Hung Parliament, Not Majority Government, Is Best For India
The weakest period of economic growth in the last 15 years has in fact come in a time when we have had a government with an absolute majority
Apr 02, 2018
Achche Din Has Expired, So If Ayodhya Verdict Becomes 2019 Election Issue, What’ll The Campaign Message Be?
The lessons learned from 2014, like the reward of large investments in social media and technology, will be seen in the 2019 campaign
Mar 21, 2018
Has CBI Failed The Nation?
The premier investigation agency’s conviction rate of 67% is an eyewash because on major crimes its strike rate is just 3.96%.
Mar 10, 2018
Chidambaram Denied Anticipatory Bail In INX Media Case; CBI, ED Teams Visit His House
Who Is Ratul Puri, Kamal Nath's Nephew Arrested In Rs 354-Cr Bank Fraud Case?
Pakistan Says Will Approach ICJ Over India's Move On Kashmir
Government Extends Deadline For Filing Appeals Against Non-Exclusion In NRC
Chandrayaan-2 Enters Moon's Orbit, ISRO Chief Says September 7 To Be 'Terrifying'
Indian Armed Forces, Civilians Continue To Bleed In Internal Conflicts, But Do We Care?
On India's 73rd Independence Day, A Letter to Pehlu Khan
The Valley Has Fallen Into Rigor Mortis
BBC, Northern Ireland, And Kashmir – Where Shekhar Kapur Got It Wrong
Euphoria On Abrogation Of Article 370 Is Wearing Off, Only Time Will Tell Full Meaning Of This Move
The Little Sleep I Get Is Filled With Nightmares About Home: Kashmiri Living In Delhi On J&K
India's E-Tourist Visa Fee To Be Based On Tourist Footfall
Ahead Of DU's Student Union Polls, ABVP Amid Criticism Installs Savarkar's Statue Outside Campus
63 Dead This Monsoon Season In Rain-Ravaged Himachal Pradesh
Mumbai Terror Attack Mastermind Hafiz Saeed Challenges His Arrest In Pakistan Court
Why 'Sacred Games' Is Giving This Indian Man In UAE Sleepless Nights
Ahead Of State Polls, Amit Shah Holds Meet With BJP Leaders, Assigns Them Key Roles
NZ Cricket’s Same-Sex Couple, Satterthwaite-Tahuhu, Announces Pregnancy
AUS Batsmen Who Must Step Up In Smith's Absence
In Not So Liberal India, How Drag Kings Durga And Bidisha Are Giving Sexuality A New Shakti
Korea Border Diary
Geography Becomes History: Will Abrogation of Article 370 Bring Peace to Kashmir?
Ensure Zero Hunger Deaths By 2040
Election Slogans That Once Announced Left Campaigns Have Vanished
Election Slogan - The Key Signature Of Political Hope
Rahul Gandhi's Entry In Wayanad Unlikely To Shore Up Congress' Fortunes In South
Latest Pop Among Indian Vacationers: Holiday On A Cruise
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