This is the stage where all Muslim tropes live
A first look at ‘Wit and Wisdom’, a new compilation from ‘The Parsee Punch’, a London ‘Punch’...
Education has to be an inclusive idea in India. It is not now.
Two books offer no insight into the enigma of 1857, but, laudably, listen in on marginalised voices and oral...
The lives of Shaukat and Kaifi Azmi frame a broader cultural ferment, a shared vision for a better world
Sheikh Abdullah's secular Kashmiriyat must be seen in the context of the fight against the Dogra regime
A reploughing of Jinnah's life, but shorn of balance
Tells us about Benazir’s liberal commitments and eclectic worldview, but also points to the blemishes...
1857—the time that's become a place in our minds
One virtue of this book is that every paragraph of it is redolent of the 1940s and to bring it up to date...
Such was the polysemy of Partition in the minds of those who lived through the transfer of power
This illustrated book brings alive the palace-fortress built by Emperor Shahjahan.
New narrative vigour and fresh insights into a theme that's been reduced to a static tale of suffering
Did Partition's onus rest only on its grand players or did the untold story lie outside conference chambers?
Jinnah began as secular. But political ambition made him change colours often.
An empirical underpinning of the political abuse of Ayodhya and its reverberating echoes
This new volume edited by a descendant of Hali has produced an admirable English translation.
Some essays are entirely based on newspaper reports; others are hardly held together by a single theme ......
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
The strategy of nation-states explains the place and action of the Jamaat