March 29, 2020

Keki N. Daruwalla

  • Swamirekhas
    Swamirekhas

    The world has much to lose if artists cross no line

  • Don’t Hurt ’em, Keki
    Don’t Hurt ’em, Keki

    ‘Hurt sentiments’: it’s a first-rate judicial comedy

  • An FIR On The Vigiles
    An FIR On The Vigiles

    The Rohini Salian revelations and the stain of bias on khaki

  • Of Blasphemy, Blood, Cross Hairs and Crossbows
    Of Blasphemy, Blood, Cross Hairs and Crossbows

    In India the Charlie Hebdo terrorists would have been in jail under some preventive law. Not that I support...

  • The Totem Is The Taboo
    The Totem Is The Taboo

    Israel’s anti anti-Semitic vigilantism must not muzzle free speech

  • ...And The Holy Gosht
    ...And The Holy Gosht

    There are passages in the novel which glow with luminous prose, but sometimes she overreaches....

  • Strained Verse
    Strained Verse

    I wish Narendra Modi, and all the senior cops who twiddled their thumbs while Gujarat ran with blood, would...

  • Refreshingly Foreign
    Refreshingly Foreign

    Despite some amateur fumbling, a slick debut set in Hungary

  • My Book of the Century
    My Book of the Century

  • Strange Dawns
    Strange Dawns

    The sublime and the mundane

  • Portrait Of An Artist
    Portrait Of An Artist

    Ram Kumar's sorrow-smeared oeuvre: a critique and reminiscence

  • The Mahapatra Muse
    The Mahapatra Muse

    Two deeply vivid volumes of poems from the Oriya masters

  • The Mahapatra Muse
    The Mahapatra Muse

    Two deeply vivid volumes of poems from the oriya masters

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