Wednesday, 24 Jul 2019
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EAT, PRAY, LIVE
IN & AROUND
Eat, Pray, Live
Inside The Unfree State
A feminist economist holds forth on ecology, agriculture, family, state
Jul 28, 2016
The Tube Is The Greenest Park
An unusual novel, written in an almost deadpan, somewhat distant style
May 26, 2016
Why I Love
I like it for the stances it has often taken, for the stories it carries, I like the fact that it does not have only male columnists
Jan 19, 2015
Her Story, I Told You So
Spare, incandescently passionate, straining conventions, Meena Kandasamy reignites the Kilvenmany massacre
Jul 28, 2014
Rule Of Misogyny?
What, many ask, can you expect of a man who does not even acknowledge his wife?
May 26, 2014
Daughters at work: Ira Pande's fluent translation, and her sister Mrinal Pande's afterword, bring the book alive
Apr 25, 2011
It’s not clear exactly what, but perhaps it’s the sheer joy of reading Devidayal’s words on music that it lacks
Oct 11, 2010
Like A Wheel
The past does not reveal all, much remains elusive, what emerges so richly fills out the picture.
Feb 15, 2010
Our Dark Spots
Joins the growing literature on Partition and adds an important dimension to it: Haryana's Jat community, the creeping influence of the Arya Samaj via the Gurukuls...
Jul 20, 2009
Hariharan finally seems to have found the exact tone and language that she is at home in: spartan, elegant and nuanced
Mar 30, 2009
An excellent translation of a delightful story in which the author plays pranks on the characters, manipulates them to his liking, talks to them...all the while looking for a story to write
Jul 21, 2008
This overtly gentle story hides, as do the histories within it, a subterranean violence, and its denouement plays this out to the full.
Mar 31, 2008
Terms Of Atonement
We need our Munnabhai, a conviction is no bar. His sins are washed away.
Oct 22, 2007
Told in spare, straightforward prose, history unfolds in small and large ways in this accomplished novel.
Jul 23, 2007
A Few Stolen Moments
These stories do not burst upon you with an eclat, for there's nothing to flaunt there, rather they sort of steal upon you, leaving you with a faint, almost elusive, shock of recognition.
Jun 11, 2007
Galaxy Orders, Stars Obey
Indians are superstitious, sexist—'modern' film actors are no exception
Feb 12, 2007
Daughter Of The Dust
It was her agitation for minimum wages in the '80s that's become the RTI campaign as we know it today
Oct 16, 2006
Strong As An Oek
The brave act of creating a heroine who is not stereotypically tall, slim and beautiful. Not an earth-shaking novel, but worth a read.
Mar 13, 2006
Totem Weds Taboo
Making a case for same-sex marriage, via religion, custom, culture, even law at times
Nov 28, 2005
A brave venture to take on the ways in which power plays out in intimate spaces.
May 16, 2005
EXPOSED! Amrapali Diverted Homebuyers Money To Dhoni's Wife's Firm: Auditors To SC
With Cong-JD(S) Coalition Govt's Collapse, BJP's Yeddyurappa Set To Return As CM
Operation Lotus Finally Succeeds In Karnataka, Will Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan Follow?
In A Sport Of Fine Margins, Why Glorification Of Hima Das Is Not Gold Class
Donald Trump 'Doesn't Make Things Up,' Says Top US President Advisor On Kashmir Comment
If Chandrayaan-2 Is Successful, India Will Grab Headlines Globally -- For A Positive Reason
In Choosing New President, Congress Has Opportunity To Change Two Crucial Things About Party Politics
Kashmir Press Club Polls: For Dignity Of 'Unbuttoned Shirts' And Space to Exchange Ideas
Kangana Ranaut Needs To Learn From Big B, Salman Khan On Spat With Media
India Lacks Innovation. If You Don't Believe It, Just Look At Who Dominates Our Smartphone Market
Cricket Intolerance Is The New Alarming Phenomenon In India
After World Bank, AIIB Drops Chandrababu Naidu's Ambitious Amaravati Project
Democracy, People Of Karnataka Lost: Rahul Gandhi After Cong-JD(S) Government Collapse
How Supreme Court Judgment On Amrapali Group Will Benefit Homebuyers
Willing To Give Up Nuclear Weapons If India Does: Pakistan PM Imran Khan
New British PM Boris Johnson Has Close Indian Connection
Wasim Akram 'Embarrassed, Humiliated' At Manchester Airport
Lizard In Railway Food! A Senior Citizen's Trick To Score Free Meals
Watch: 10-Year-Old Girl Turns Journalist To Report Floodwaters In Haryana
FORGOTTEN NEWSMAKERS! Qazi Touqeer, The Fame Gurukul Heartthrob, Waiting For Career To Takeoff
Forgotten Newsmakers | Sushil Kumar, The Motihari Corepati Who Wants To Save The Indian Sparrow
Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings 2019: Top 100 Universities
Outlook-ICARE India University Rankings 2019: Top 25 Central Universities
Election Slogans That Once Announced Left Campaigns Have Vanished
Election Slogan - The Key Signature Of Political Hope
Rahul Gandhi's Entry In Wayanad Unlikely To Shore Up Congress' Fortunes In South
Latest Pop Among Indian Vacationers: Holiday On A Cruise
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