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Not a nice man to know, with malice towards one and all.
That rare thing—a memoir that reads like a novel.
The versatile Sudhir Kakar’s autobiography is without conceit, and dissects the self with professionalism
In this etymological treasury of words, I found the chapter ‘How Nations Insult Each Other’ the most...
Granta luxuriates in the remarkable flourish in English
writing from a land divided by the faultlines of...
Pungent criticism, great reviews and diaries. Pays well, too!
Piety and prurience, medicine and court intrigue crowd Kakar’s richly-felt tapestry set in Shah Jahan’s...
The Man in the Bulb meditates on the dying of the light
"I had even written my own obit in 1943 when I was still in my twenties. It later appeared in a collection of...
Another biography of Gandhi justifies itself by homing in on its subject’s sexual oddities. He is flawed,...
Fatima Bhutto’s impeccable prose looks her family’s tragedies steadily in the eye, but turns a blind one...
Outlook asked an eminent panel of writers and critics to come up with their choice of the best books of 2009...
Nandita Das’s unflinching liberalism sets her agenda in cinema and beyond
The UPA has won a more convincing victory than I had hoped for: getting close to a majority on its own.
A self-identifying, dispiriting tour of Islam's extremities inlaid with personal history
There is also a streak of masochism, the desire to hurt oneself, in Varun's mother's family
Dignity in a high place, personified by a quiet, assertive sardarni
Once prissy, Indian fiction has embraced Eros, the negater of evil
These stories are precursors to the Booker winner, with similar characters and incidents, and are better
Khushwant Singh turned 13 in 1928
Pinching is not the right word. If the bottom is nicely rounded, I would like the freedom to caress it in the...
A Tale Of Two Kashmiris
Opinion | It's Time To Pass Judicial Standards And Accountability Bill In Parliament
How VK Pandian, Naveen Patnaik's Man Friday, Has Kept Odisha's Babudom On Its Toes
Rumours Of Panaceas For COVID-19 Abound, But Some Might Do More Harm Than Good
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?
COVID-19 | Migrant Workers Queue At Delhi Bus Terminals To Leave For Home
Sanitizer, face mask alone won't help against coronavirus. Take these precautions too
Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur speaks to Outlook Editor-in-Chief Ruben Banerjee
In conversation with Pullela Gopichand, Boria Majumdar & Nalin Mehta