October 14, 2019
the fully loaded magazine
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Arun Jaitley: Everyone’s Favourite BJP Man
A fine public servant, a minister of rare distinction, a Delhi insider
Aug 29, 2019
Sonia Gandhi: Legend Of The Renunciate | By Shashi Tharoor
Sonia Gandhi’s story is extraordinary on every level. Fairytales do no justice, writes Congress MP Shashi Tharoor.
Aug 08, 2018
Chronicles Of The Colonial Loot
Railways only served the ends of imperial loot and barefaced racism
Oct 20, 2016
The Twitter Revolution
The world of 140 characters has captured the imagination of millions, including politicians, in India
Oct 07, 2016
We Asked Them For Stories
You will, woncha? By mid-October? While the goddess is straw still?.... Oh, but to count the bellows of the beast!
Nov 02, 2015
Raj Kamal Jha
Pure Silence, Like A Solitary Petal
Sudeep Sen traverses in this new compendium a range of poetic influences, cultures and concerns, yet retains a consistency of style and sensibility
Jun 08, 2015
Trying To Discover India
Setting sail with Christophorus Columbus, on his grand quest for magnificent El Indio, is a Malayali
Dec 08, 2014
Our Key Collaborations
Some connections are much closer than others. This is one such.
Oct 07, 2013
The Arriving Millions
Multitudes have to be connected to modernity for our great leap forward
May 06, 2013
‘I Got My Prof To Offer US History’
Nov 05, 2012
Tulsi Heals Everything
In this extract from his book, Shashi Tharoor talks of India’s need to leverage its soft power in pursuit of its global strategy
Jul 23, 2012
A Mushroom-Shaped Doubt
India’s nuclear management is hopelessly addle-brained. Koithara shows up the cracks and ways to repair them.
Jul 02, 2012
Behold A Phenomenon: Loving, Living, Scheming In Young India
A tale of innocence, greed, guile and idealism told in awkward English rings vividly true. Bhagat’s novel will be read by lakhs; that’s his claim to serious consideration.
Nov 21, 2011
Welcome To Garden East, A Theatre Of Absurdities
A satire on the iniquities and inequalities of Pakistan empathises with its characters, but weakens at the end
Sep 19, 2011
View From The Eastern Slope
A timely study of India’s foreign policy: exhaustive, empathetic yet critical of a lack of strategic vision
Jun 20, 2011
Rhodes, O’Reilly, Murali...
A brilliant first novel on cricket in Lanka is quirky and profound. It also revives the metaphor of sport as life.
Apr 18, 2011
What The Brook Saw: A Need For Pathetic Fallacy
This fluent first novel set in trouble-torn Kashmir impresses with its mature prose, but in its one-sided imagining of recent history and political reality comes close to being agitprop
Mar 07, 2011
From Wagah To Attari, Only 22 Yards
Intense cricketing rivalry can make for good matches. But India and Pakistan paint it over with politics.
Feb 21, 2011
A Paradox And A Visionary
Nayantara Sahgal’s biography of Nehru is uncritical, yet thought-provoking and fresh
Dec 20, 2010
What The Hack!
The media would do well to heed political and world events than affaires d’amour
Nov 01, 2010
Counterfeit Drugs Market Leaves Regulators In Spin
'Youth Ask For Jobs, BJP Shows Them Moon': Rahul Gandhi Takes A Dig At PM Modi
'If They Have Guts': PM Modi Dares Opposition To Bring Back Article 370
How Ray Kurzweil Predicted Biggest Feats In Technology Decades Ago
Pune Test: Dominant India Humble South Africa, Clinch Series
Everything Is ‘Normal’ In The Wonderland That Is Kashmir
Blaming BJP For Rot Within Won’t Help Congress
Jadavpur Fracas Godsend For BJP, It Is Set To Crack Open Left's Citadel
Aurat ka Dal, and 99 Other Reasons Why Not to Impose Hindi
From Cambodian Polls To Broken Heart Syndrome, Valley Newspapers Carry Everything But Kashmir
The World Is Watching India. It Won't Let Us Get Away On Kashmir, NRC For Too Long
Bangladesh, Nepal Projected To Grow Faster Than India In 2019: World Bank
Pope Francis Elevates Kerala-Born Nun Mariam Thresia To Sainthood
Would Have Eliminated Terror Camps In Balakot Sitting In India, If...: Rajnath
In BJP's Haryana Manifesto, Collateral Free Loan To SCs, Interest-Free Loans To Farmers
'Twisted Out Of Context': Ravi Shankar Retracts '3 Films Made 120 Cr' Comment
IND's Biggest Win Over SA & Record For Most Successive Home Series Victories
For 3rd Time, Wrong Information ‘Kills’ Ex-India Test All-Rounder Abid Ali
WATCH: Flying Saha Proves Why He Is World's Best Wicketkeeper
Fake Bazaar! From Lipsticks To Toothpastes, Noodles To Milk, Counterfeit Products Make A Killing
Portrait Of A Cyanide Killer: How Kerala's Jolly Killed Six Family Members Meal By Meal
The Amazing Story Of The Board Controlled By Cricket Families In India
Maharashtra Elections 2019: Shiv Sena To Play Second Fiddle As BJP Goes For The Kill, Again
M-S-D: Three Musketeers Who Engineered Kashmir's Bloodless Coup, But Are Their Plans Sustainable?
Death By Debt: Indian Businesses Are Devastated, Tax Terror Adds To Woes
Spilling The Beans: How Murky Was Cafe Coffee Day Founder VG Siddartha's Death
Kashmir Fireworks Incite Separatist Voices In Tamil Nadu, Will It Sully BJP's Image?