February 27, 2020

Sheela Reddy

  • The Jinnahs, Gandhi And Khilafat
    The Jinnahs, Gandhi And Khilafat

    The following excerpt from Sheela Reddy's new book gives a glimpse into the dynamics of the relationship...

  • ‘Not President Or PM, I Prefer To Be A Teacher’
    ‘Not President Or PM, I Prefer To Be A Teacher’

    Post or no post, the People’s President will never cease being the crusading ideas man

  • Along The Blood Meridian
    Along The Blood Meridian

    Murders that fixed the nation in morbid fascination and stabbed at our verities

  • Galle Diary
    Galle Diary

    You can tell the Sri Lankans have moved on. No more headlines of people being blown up in buses...

  • ‘Incidence Of Cancer In India Is On The Rise And Smoking Is A Big Factor’
    ‘Incidence Of Cancer In India Is On The Rise And Smoking Is A Big Factor’

    The Pulitzer prize-winning author of The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer speaks about the...

  • Sometimes, Silence Is Too Loud
    Sometimes, Silence Is Too Loud

    Many a writerly brow stood furrowed over the Jaipur litfest turning Rushdie-centric

  • The Book Of Hours
    The Book Of Hours

    Vikram Seth’s new book, a form-defying marvel, is shaped out of his life’s ephemera

  • ‘I May Die Any Day Now’
    ‘I May Die Any Day Now’

    His zest is alive, but Khushwant puts his column-writing to rest

  • A Handspun Headiness
    A Handspun Headiness

    Fathered by Gandhi, a potent symbol of the freedom struggle gets renewed life

  • 1974... Is This Really As Real?
    1974... Is This Really As Real?

    The raging storm for Anna has past parallels: in its flaring up, and probable blowing out

  • The Sacred Pyjama
    The Sacred Pyjama

    Birkin bags? Nah. But our netas, even Gandhi, Nehru and the rest, understood dress and its import.

  • The Lo-Cal Literati
    The Lo-Cal Literati

    These young professionals are giving vent to the book in them, sans any literary pretension

  • Objects In The Mirror Are Closer
    Objects In The Mirror Are Closer

    Neither an ‘official’ history nor a party perspective. Just a hard lens on her rule.

  • Hill’s Angels
    Hill’s Angels

    Bhutan’s litfest was a perfectly curated retreat

  • Sarla Razdan
    Sarla Razdan

    Sarla Razdan on her mouth-watering debut, Kashmiri Cuisine Through The Ages.

  • God On A Phone Line
    God On A Phone Line

    That is what our godmen are to most Indians: present on call

  • Blind Men Of Hindostan
    Blind Men Of Hindostan

    Do we, the Indian middle class, see the corruption within us?

  • Confessions Of A Convert
    Confessions Of A Convert

    I was smitten...smack into a one-night stand with the gentleman’s game.

  • Picture Of Gandhian Grey
    Picture Of Gandhian Grey

    There was more complexity to the Mahatma than a simple reading of his correspondence would suggest

  • Ruskin Bond
    Ruskin Bond

    Ruskin Bond on completing 60 years as a writer and his first role as film actor

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