A brilliantly-researched book says that free trade under colonialism served India’s economic interests wonderfully. Nehruvian socialism did not.
Hamid Ansari dares to point at the noisome rot: intolerance and illiberal discourse. The solution is to heed Ambedkar and safeguard India’s constitutional values.
The writer and the man were inextricably intertwined. Both not made for the faint-hearted.
In a small town soon after Independence, death and tragedy explodes in a terrain layered with, and circumscribed by, food and stalked by hunger
Half a century’s storms buffet lives in south Asia in this simply told, sweeping narrative
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