No subject is under the radar of Eco’s voracious opinion-making. And a lightly worn erudition gathers in the universe with a careless sweep of the cape.
Souls desperate for home, love, deliverance and justice jostle with their stories in a stew, as a sleepless, steel-gray Mumbai watches impassively
Exploring the experiences of single women in India, Sreemoyee Piu Kundu’s book lays bare the barriers, judgements and sneers they still face
Though well-timed and successful, Michael Wolff's sleazy memoir of the Trump White House is poor at the basic level of who said what, and when
Sanjay Manjrekar's insightful and utterly frank autobiography sets a high standard to aim for, while engendering in us a new respect for the man
Love brings violence to rural placidity in this novella. Buffeted by an emotional storm, a mother and daughter find an anchor in folk wisdom.
A 'history' of South India fails to focus on its subject, relies too much on colonial accounts and makes astounding claims on Periyar and Valmiki