April 20, 2021

Sheela Reddy

  • The Double Deuce
    The Double Deuce

    The Sania-Shoaib-Ayesha affair had the nation transfixed. How did old-world Hyderabad take to the whole mess?

  • Ahdaf Soueif
    Ahdaf Soueif

    The Egyptian writer, shortlisted for the Booker prize in 1999, on her first visit to India last week

  • Who Killed Gautama?
    Who Killed Gautama?

    New research reveals the dark truths on the life and times of Buddha

  • Gopi Chand Narang
    Gopi Chand Narang

    The controversial ex-president of Sahitya Akademi on receiving its highest honour

  • Read Betwixt Lines
    Read Betwixt Lines

    Open, lithe, eclectic—the Jaipur Litfest’s roaring success may prompt many to ask for more

  • Anne Enright
    Anne Enright

    The Booker-winning Irish novelist on her first visit to India for the Jaipur litfest

  • He’s My George!
    He’s My George!

    The bitter duel between his family and companion spills out

  • Madam Pompadour’s Chessboard
    Madam Pompadour’s Chessboard

    The political ‘creeper couch’ is no myth. But there can be more to the game than just compromise.

  • Nandita Puri
    Nandita Puri

    On the launch of her tell-all biography of her husband, Unlikely Hero—Om Puri

  • Shoma Munshi
    Shoma Munshi

    Anthropologist and soap-addict on her book Prime Time Soap Operas on Indian Television

  • “Ram Was Happy With Sita...Indulging In Every Way...And Then He Threw Her Out”
    “Ram Was Happy With Sita...Indulging In Every Way...And Then He Threw Her Out”

    Internationally acclaimed Sanskrit scholar and author on her learned and rambunctious 780-page opus

  • Sanjay Srivastava
    Sanjay Srivastava

    The anthropologist presented a paper on pornography at the Kovalam lit fest last week

  • The Inner Himalayas
    The Inner Himalayas

    Bachendri Pal became the first Indian woman to climb Everest

  • Ruchir Joshi
    Ruchir Joshi

    On the launch of his sex anthology, Electric Feather—The Tranquebar Book of Erotic Stories

  • The Cub Comes To Play
    The Cub Comes To Play

    YSR’s son Jaganmohan has proved a canny operator so far. Will it get him the mantle?

  • Jaishree Mishra
    Jaishree Mishra

    On the launch of Secrets and Lies, which targets the international popular fiction market

  • Two-Man Theory
    Two-Man Theory

    One man, two nations. The Jinnah debate heats up again.

  • Moonshadow Land
    Moonshadow Land

    It was a carnivalesque curiosity, but for the rural swathe beneath it, the eclipse may also have infused a...

  • 'I Wish More Writers Would Fight For A Big Advance'
    'I Wish More Writers Would Fight For A Big Advance'

    The author, whose sequel to his popular novel has got him a record advance, reportedly around Rs 14 crore, on...

  • Psst...Heard This One?
    Psst...Heard This One?

    Everybody loves a good gossip, and none more than politicians—it keeps 'em going

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