Saturday, 20 Jul 2019
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Hounds, When Their Blood’s Up
Spanning 73 years, a survey of 12 murders splits open the depraved criminal mind. They show, too, the police’s skill in proving the crimes beyond doubt.
Apr 26, 2018
The Unfinished Road To Delhi
Ashis Ray dismantles the ‘mystery’ of Netaji’s death through an intense scrutiny of evidence. The exiled status of his remains is the real mystery.
Mar 30, 2018
Back To Leonardo’s Notebooks
Hermetically sealed disciplinary rigour is passe, says this book. Liberal arts-science college education has to embrace other fields, while tending to its roots.
Jan 25, 2018
Beware The Highwaymen
Within its slim girth, Manu Joseph’s new novel manages a bilious survey of things held dear in India, including bearded overlords and an ageing crime
Oct 13, 2017
When The Devil Wore Feldgrau
English fiction makes a rare rendezvous with the eastern front in WWII. This journey through a corner of occupied Ukraine is a harrowing one.
Sep 01, 2017
So Then, What’ve You Seen?
Nadeem Aslam’s novelistic Lahore bristles with rage, hatred and a demonic energy, taking a magnifying glass to Pakistan’s faultlines
Jun 15, 2017
A Tragedy Brought By Raag Lalit
These tales, set in small-town Assam, speak of torments and desires, and are soaked in music
Dec 08, 2016
Watermark 1916: The War Foundry
Exactly a hundred years ago, the Great War was in full blast. The shock waves it set off still influence ‘modern’ sensibility.
Oct 26, 2016
Letter From An Unknown Woman (English)
A journey of innocence to experience, of unrequited, selfless and selfish love, and love found and lost several times over.
Jan 11, 2016
Godard’s voluptuous, sunlit film is a shuffling, like so many cards, of motifs modern and classical
Jan 11, 2016
Grimshaw's Night Walk And An Air Of Doom-Filled Mystery
'A typical Grimshaw scene is often a leafy, lonely lane skirted by a walled stretch, revealing a brooding mansion beyond, and all of it bathed in an ethereal light'
Apr 18, 2017
Sheila Dikshit: The Grand Matriarch Of Delhi Politics Passes Away
Sheila Dikshit, Former Delhi CM And Senior Congress Leader, Dies At 81
Sheila Dikshit Was A Beloved Daughter Of Congress: Rahul Gandhi
Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings: Top 100 Universities
That's Dhoni We All Know! Ex-Captain Takes 2-Month 'Military' Break Amid Retirement Rumours
In Choosing New President, Congress Has Opportunity To Change Two Crucial Things About Party Politics
Kashmir Press Club Polls: For Dignity Of 'Unbuttoned Shirts' And Space to Exchange Ideas
Kangana Ranaut Needs To Learn From Big B, Salman Khan On Spat With Media
India Lacks Innovation. If You Don't Believe It, Just Look At Who Dominates Our Smartphone Market
Cricket Intolerance Is The New Alarming Phenomenon In India
Let Not 'Jai Shri Ram' Be Misused As 'Allahu Akbar'
Didn't Know It Would Be My Last: Kejriwal Recalls Meeting Sheila Dikshit
BJP Leader Threatens To 'Spill MP CM Kamal Nath's Blood', Gets Arrested
Anandiben Patel Appointed UP Governor, Lalji Tandon Replaces Her In MP
Woman Dumps Baby Girl In A Drain, Stray Dogs Save Her In Haryana
Indonesia Open 2019: Sindhu Humbles Second Seed Yu Fei, Enters Final
For 11 Years In A Row, Mukesh Ambani Keeps His Salary Capped At Rs 15 Crore
MEA In Touch With Iran To Secure Release Of 18 Indians Aboard Seized British Tanker
For The First Time, Captain And Coach Have The Power To Allow Visits From WAGs
Forgotten Newsmakers | Sushil Kumar, The Motihari Corepati Who Wants To Save The Indian Sparrow
Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings 2019: Top 25 Central Universities
Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings 2019: Top 50 Private State Universities
Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings 2019: Top 25 Young Universities
Election Slogans That Once Announced Left Campaigns Have Vanished
Election Slogan - The Key Signature Of Political Hope
Rahul Gandhi's Entry In Wayanad Unlikely To Shore Up Congress' Fortunes In South
Latest Pop Among Indian Vacationers: Holiday On A Cruise
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