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Every internet user has become a 'Modern Major General'--and if we shouldn't find each other ludicrous, it's...
In his debut novel Ajith Pillai pitches mordant irony into the theatre of satire.
The title passed into common usage to describe repetitive living.
Its trudging ground is the American Midwest, with its wide spaces and its homey, stoutly middle-of-the-road...
Splits the storyline between a migration of untouchables from a village to a city and the tyrant ordering...
A novel that became enhanced into an icy scaremonger.
There’s everything epic about this western...
Outlookwallahs recall their other-magazine moments
Pathbreaking stylistic invention and mystical yearning are the hallmarks of Raja Rao’s writing
If this blundering pastiche can pass for a book review, then mimesis is a form of subversive flattery
Our Great Leader does with endearing native traits as he pleases
The Tamil playback singer and infotech executive on his recent hits
A former stockbroker draws us a multicoloured map—to tell us how to go without maps into the Unknown
A fascinating account, although it takes the well-set, well-known pattern of so many celebrated stories of...
The Morbi dam disaster ripped apart an area with raw violence. It’s recreated here with insight and...
The book doesn’t make distinctions between processes that change individuals and those that change...
Breaching The Lakshman Rekha! From Mega Religious Gatherings To Labourers, How An Underprepared Government Was Caught Napping
Coronavirus Puts India On Highway To Hunger: Despite Bumper Harvest Why Food Riots Lurk
COVID-19 Turns 'Enemy', Remote Jharkhand Village Sends American Social Workers Scurrying For Life
Opinion | Corona Lockdown: Signs Of Endgame Were There, For Those Who Knew How To Read Them
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?
India Lights Candles, Lamps To Fight 'Darkness Of Coronavirus'
COVID-19: Homeless Take Refuge At A Sports Complex During Nationwide Lockdown in New Delhi
Light Candles, Lamps On Sunday At 9 PM To End Darkness Of Coronavirus: PM Modi
Kolkata: City During Nationwide Lockdown Over COVID–19 Pandemic