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Tharoor’s earlier book locked horns with ascendant forces of Hindu bigotry. This useful primer on the...
If the BJP fails in the polls, it could have long-range effects
A tortured love with Patna, leavened with intimacy, is well told, but a misplaced despair for it is just...
Audacious in scale, the panorama made by Mazhar Ali Khan in 1846 gives a 360-degree perspective of the Red...
Ever the consummate reporter, Tully dutifully ploughs through all interest areas. What he lacks are opinions.
A professional and highly readable beginning, which will hopefully inspire other scholars to follow suit.
A furious itinerancy extracts both past shadows and extant charms from Delhi's forgotten nooks and crannies
Sometimes it takes the objectivity of a foreigner to see the potential within us. Lak holds up the light.
For the Indian middle class, at last it's time to eye the rewards
Revive Urdu. Else, our future generations will
never know the eloquence of love, and poetry.
Liberalisation has made the middle class assertive. Now shed cynicism, and it can produce model citizens.
Does not tell us anything startingly new, but at least covers known ground in readable, even simplistic ways...
The first thing you notice when you reach Delhi is people. The second thing you notice is the noise....
Nasreen asks the right questions, and Javed answers with honesty. In the process, the reader learns...
The Peter Sellers' take is good for a few jaded laughs but jarring in a book which purports to explore the...
Simply worth a nibble
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