The watchers in cheap seats applaud it all/with puny wooden drums, instead of words.
No thrills here, just meaningless tragic frills to a fantasy no one can really fancy
That was Nissim Ezekiel, poet, professor and person par excellence
For the average Mumbaikar, Busybee's columns was their voice speaking
A likeable novel despite the unavoidable Mills and Boon touches.
Most of the people in this book speak as though at an English public school, and the author is as facetious.
Thukral has attemped to follow in the footsteps of Swift and Orwell by writing a satirical allegory, and he...
Vernon's Krishnamurti somehow does not sound like the person I met in Pupul Jayakar's house in Delhi.
"Advani thought this was a costly Japanese project. When he realised it was Indian and cheap, he said he...
Call me behind times, but technology and I never took to each other
An intense examination of painter Sabavala's 'otherness'
English sensibility, Indian ethos
An honest travelogue: across a past enveloped by the present
Jessop's fire and Compton's savagery, Tendulkar has them all, and more