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...
Suri turned down the top bid of $405,000, because expectations would soar.
Death of Vishnu, John Simpson, Arjun Sengupta's New Book
Pulitzer winner Jhumpa Lahiri in conversation with Sheela Reddy some days before her wedding
Inscrutable Americans, The King of Bestsellers, Workshop Writers
A family-man image doesnt fetch votes. So the politician parent is as good or bad as any.
Prabhakar isn't the only one. Bosses, employees, spouses, businessmen and politicians - they are all playing I Spy.
The new reform centre for women at Tihar is a house of interrupted womanhood and chained dreams
Circus owners and trainers claim that moves to take away their animals are the real cruel acts
A direct result of Indian polity or a devil despoiling our lives, it's a plague we must deal with
The zoo committee report exonerates the vets and suggests a few implausible reasons for the tiger fatalities
Irfan Habibs intellectual honesty has won him as many friends as it has enemies
A biography of Veerapan gives the poacher a halo
A team of intrepid women photographers capture the dignity of survival amid suffering in J&K
Fertility clinics mushroom, driven by the mumbo-jumbo of a dubious sperm separation technique
On his debut book of poetry The Otherness of Self, which was released in Delhi recently
'There are only two great novelists,' he once said. 'One's Joyce, the other, your humble servant.'
On the Queen’s recent decision to honour him with a knighthood
Engaging the world's best, the Tatas spare no effort to bring the sheen back to the Pearl Mosque
On her first retrospective, now on in Mumbai, in 14 years
It's a place you feel relieved to visit—a chain of 17 fancy toilets, with hand-dryers and aquariums, that have come up in Delhi
Tibet's his pet passion and Literature his pet hate. And they're the reasons why Jamyang Norbu wrote 'The Mandala'.
Khushwant Singh's 87 but feisty and forthright as ever in this freewheeling interview
An unembellished account written as e-mail correspondence.