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A sharply-styled debut pursues a mystery in a smoggy slum, carried along on small feet
Plassey, with its web of cruelty, loot and intrigue, is relived in fresh pungency
An engaging analysis of Eastern popular culture’s ascendancy
Varying fates of the victims of a social evil
Queer, myth-based practices bring temples to life
Polite, self-effacing submission stands out in Iyer’s explication of Japan’s mystique
In a state that has no industry, it is quite obvious that Durga Puja is an industry that works brilliantly...
From petroglyphs to myths, people to climate change—a fitting history of the Himalayas
The gallows humour is dulled, but Chatterjee’s habit of framing at unusual angles helps a dark whimsy. From...
Indentured labour, the 1971 War and search for identity are woven in a mother-haunted novel
A school swaddled in sensuality, saffron and rectitude packs an ominous presentiment
A well-lit magnetic thespian and his lifelong influence over typecast and rounded others
Neon-lit, pulpy prose tracks the scapegrace Charlie in his myriad mishaps across Delhi
This one propels the accumulated anxieties of a city into a shape-shifting future vortex
A controlled, subtle tale of how a core of secrecy in a family secretes lasting sadness
A first-person biography tells of the career of a pioneer Indian editor, but avoids significance
Nur Jahan seduced, intrigued and ruled like few women did. This is a fine tribute, with breaks.
Half a century’s storms buffet lives in south Asia in this simply told, sweeping narrative
Liberal in approach, perorative in tone, Tharoor decries the loss of Hinduism’s ancient openness at the...
Marked by deeply-felt lyricism, this novel, set largely in the inter-war years in India and Bali, is a...
Opinion | Indian Muslims Have Lost Faith In National Institutions And ‘Secularism’
Highrises Of Nightmares! Why Coronavirus Will Extend Slowdown Period In Real Estate Sector
How Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact The Economy -- And You
Books To Read In The Time Of Coronavirus Lockdown
Nutrition Warriors | A Mizo Village's Fight To Ward Off Stunted Growth, Underweight Children
Union Budget 2020: What FM Nirmala Sitharaman Can Do To Pull Economy Out Of The Rut
Is Judiciary Living Up To The Indian Constitution @ 70?
Railway Coaches Being Converted Into Isolation Wards For COVID-19 Patients
India Lights Candles, Lamps To Fight 'Darkness Of Coronavirus'
COVID-19: Homeless Take Refuge At A Sports Complex During Nationwide Lockdown in New Delhi
Light Candles, Lamps On Sunday At 9 PM To End Darkness Of Coronavirus: PM Modi