Profile of Sheela Reddy
The following excerpt from Sheela Reddy's new book gives a glimpse into the dynamics of the relationship shared by Mr and Mrs Jinnah...
Post or no post, the People’s President will never cease being the crusading ideas man
Murders that fixed the nation in morbid fascination and stabbed at our verities
You can tell the Sri Lankans have moved on. No more headlines of people being blown up in buses...
The Pulitzer prize-winning author of The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer speaks about the disease
Many a writerly brow stood furrowed over the Jaipur litfest turning Rushdie-centric
Vikram Seth’s new book, a form-defying marvel, is shaped out of his life’s ephemera
His zest is alive, but Khushwant puts his column-writing to rest
Fathered by Gandhi, a potent symbol of the freedom struggle gets renewed life
The raging storm for Anna has past parallels: in its flaring up, and probable blowing out
Birkin bags? Nah. But our netas, even Gandhi, Nehru and the rest, understood dress and its import.
These young professionals are giving vent to the book in them, sans any literary pretension
Neither an ‘official’ history nor a party perspective. Just a hard lens on her rule.
Bhutan’s litfest was a perfectly curated retreat
Sarla Razdan on her mouth-watering debut, Kashmiri Cuisine Through The Ages.
That is what our godmen are to most Indians: present on call
Do we, the Indian middle class, see the corruption within us?
I was smitten...smack into a one-night stand with the gentleman’s game.
There was more complexity to the Mahatma than a simple reading of his correspondence would suggest
Ruskin Bond on completing 60 years as a writer and his first role as film actor
It’s not really the joke it seems. The yoga guru is voicing a mass sentiment. It’s getting him attention, if not votes.
Dr Binayak Sen resisted every effort to make this a personal story, insisting it is everyman’s
Her thriller Witness the Night wins the Costa First Book Award, a prestigious UK literary prize
The author of India: A Portrait—An Intimate Biography of 1.2 Billion People on the many unpredictable ways in which India’s vibrant democracy is unravelling
Visakhapatnam’s tryst with destiny has been too long in the making