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Pahalgam has always seemed to me the archetype of a one-horse town—a Hollywood studio of fake shop fronts...
A hundred essential books, chosen by our jury, and the reasons they should be read—and reread
The 57-year-old novelist talks about the movements in history and his life that shape his work.
The book’s milieu is that murky labyrinth of lost files, ministry corridors reeking of urinals, bribes, and...
A post-Partition torpor marks time for the sole occupants of a kotha and an akhara. A work of crisp magic.
A light is shone on the lurid details of Neeraj Grover’s murder—an Indian foray into Capote-Ellroy...
Jhabvala’s patient, conservative art takes in rich America, showbiz, India in ways sparkling and sedate
A first novel’s portrayal of tribal life in Balochistan and NWFP, one of casual bloodshed and deprivation,...
An exceptional first novel, which leaves the reader to decide where facts lie and the fiction rings true
Diva's new attitude lies in a juice and smoothie bar and a well-priced deli—with fresh pasta, grilled...
Pop, art, sociology...the film poster is B’wood’s abiding subplot
The tributes of wealth and a luminous beauty couldn’t keep Leela Naidu from her steady courting of failure
One accurate indicator of the current state of India-Pakistan relations is levels of cellphone connectivity....
Colonial India’s pre-eminent image-maker led a chequered life and experimented ceaselessly
Outlook asked an eminent panel of writers and critics to come up with their choice of the best books of 2009...
London’s toasting different avatars of Indian art this season
Unlike Leela Naidu, Gayatri Devi’s appeal rests on more than mere pulchritude
Piquant stories from feudalism's fading, twilight world and retainers who swirl about, for profit or loss
The Indian drawing room has been caught between heirlooms and handlooms, cut glass and plate glass,...
Highrises Of Nightmares! Why Coronavirus Will Extend Slowdown Period In Real Estate Sector
How Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact The Economy -- And You
Opinion | Indian Muslims Have Lost Faith In National Institutions And ‘Secularism’
Books To Read In The Time Of Coronavirus Lockdown
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?
Railway Coaches Being Converted Into Isolation Wards For COVID-19 Patients
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