Friday, 22 Mar 2019
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EAT, PRAY, LIVE
IN & AROUND
Eat, Pray, Live
In this week's diary, a playwright and writer talks about her visit to Tarragona.
Aug 01, 2018
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
It would be nice to know whom to praise for this elegant and thoughtfully designed volume
Apr 09, 2012
The Hand-Held Panshot
A gritty docu-style look at the lives of young people, but what is rendered visible is, strangely, a void
Feb 20, 2012
The Clearest Of Sapphires
Jewel-bright descriptions, careful plots and compassionate prose from one of India’s most graceful voices
Aug 29, 2011
A novel set in India that has the hallmarks of what I would call the Indian Wedding Rock Opera genre.
Jun 20, 2011
Using homespun wit and unpretentious language, this little book manages to beam out a more robust message about women's empowerment than any I've read recently.
May 30, 2011
Know India: Learn The Alphabet By Heart
The raised-as-American Giridharadas has a steady eye, but his set-pieces are a patchwork in a big book
Mar 14, 2011
There’s A Googly In My Heart
Much ado about whacking a sphere about—religiously
Feb 21, 2011
Move On To 60
It’s hard to believe this collection of stories about meek wives and self-effacing widows comes from such a sparkly, adventurous person
Feb 14, 2011
Art Without Heart
Gigantism bereft of the artist’s touch marks Kapoor’s creations
Jan 31, 2011
Strip The Skin
Nothing hits home better than sharp wit. The comic strip is an illustrative example.
Nov 01, 2010
Shots Of Intimate Distances
The more we try to approach the person whose name is on the cover, the less we understand of her interior world.
Oct 25, 2010
Can you really express your conviction through your confection?
Oct 04, 2010
Thapa has a light touch and maintains an admirable balance between telling a story and making socio-cultural observations
Jul 05, 2010
This novel’s self-flagellating neurosis points at our true distress, but its tone is marred by a cold stream
Mar 29, 2010
A Bruising Pursuit Of Love
Autobiography masquerades as novel in a tale of vicious dysfunction overcome by resoluteness of spirit
Nov 09, 2009
Sister Jesme writes in an intense, informal voice, as if she were standing in the room, haranguing the reader
Jul 20, 2009
A stunning debut collection. Each of these stories is guaranteed to raise a sweat, a goose-pimple or at the very least, a guilty chuckle.
Jun 15, 2009
An exceptionally well-written and sensibly argued book about that most insubstantial of human experiences
Mar 23, 2009
Centre Bans Yasin Malik-Led JKLF Under Anti-Terror Law
Even Narendra Modi Is In Awe Of This Naveen Patnaik Confidant
Sidelined By Party, Is Advani Headed For Rajya Sabha?
Yeddyurappa Hits Out At Congress, Dismisses Bribe Payment Charge As 'Malicious'
Let ‘Yeddyurappa Diaries’ Be First Case To Be Investigated By Lokpal: Congress
The Deteriorating State Of Modern Music
Tarun Gogoi Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hain
Kohli Is Already An Era-Defining Genius, Don't Read Further
With Teni Da's Demise, Comes An End Of An Era In Bengali Films
New Zealand Massacre: Colonisation, Immigration, And White Man's Victimhood
Solskjaer’s Magical Case For Manchester United Exceptionalism
Lok Sabha Elections: In Bihar
, Congress Gets 9, RJD 20
Reports On Increase In Unemployment Data Are Fake: KJ Alphons
Sam Pitroda Questions Death Toll In Balakot Airstrike, Bats For Dialogue With Pakistan
Question Of Joining BJP Hypothetical, Says Congress Leader Jitin Prasad
Kerala: Same Old Rivalry On Cards Despite BJP Eyeing An Upset Or Two
: PM Slams Congress, SP Over Questions On Pulwama Attack, IAF Strike
Gautam Gambhir's Patriotism Makes Him Ideal Choice For BJP. Here Are Some Of His Mercurial Quotes
BJP's First List Of Candidates Has A Message For Opposition Parties
For Millions Of Indians, Caste Is The Truth
Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Measuring The Mood Of Gujarat Voters
Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor, Jignesh Mevani: Three (Ex-) Musketeers?
Living And Dying For The Country Is A Way Of Life Here
To Stop The Next Kasabs: 10 Years After 26/11, Is India Any Safer?
Why Modi Must Lose | By Manish Tewari
Will Modi Come Back In 2019?
Allahabad To Prayagraj: The Politics Of Name Change
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