May 25, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
Down The Invisible Stream
Allahabad acquired its cultural iconicity in the spaces of the colonial public sphere, embodied in cafes, journals, educational institutions
Nov 02, 2015
Maximum Grotesquerie In Purple
Nagarkar’s prose, both authorial and in the attributed “free indirect”, is unrelentingly flaccid and wooden.
Apr 02, 2012
The Light From The Centre
Pamuk’s poetics of the novel is informed by his craft and a ‘non-western’ specificity
Feb 28, 2011
The Shah Of Blah Coils A Cheery Orchard Yarn
The narrative skein of Rushdie’s new tale blazes with energy and adventure, with glimpses of adult concern
Nov 22, 2010
The Pleasure Seekers
The novel as a whole seems to have been assembled in a prolonged fit of inattention
Aug 30, 2010
Must We Dream Of India In English?
Our misguided faith in this ‘Globish-Inglish’ hides a vile elitism
Aug 23, 2010
A wonderfully engaging example of the fact that despite the hype surrounding the novels-with-large-advances, the best writing today is happening in non-fiction
Jun 14, 2010
Parallel Lines Converge
Agha Shahid Ali’s poetic persona embraced modernist reticence as well as the cacophony of Indic traditions
Apr 05, 2010
It isn't every day that one comes across a book that one can commend so unreservedly: a swift, elegant tale set in the badlands of Rohillakhand
Apr 20, 2009
We get sharply etched events, but no underlying fabric of realism. And the two parts of the novel are in different modes
Apr 06, 2009
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The Mysterious Bull! In This Great Lockdown, Why Some Stocks Shot Up By 60-70 Per Cent
Covid Clinic: It's Only Symptomatic People Who Spread Coronavirus
Srinagar Gunfight: Third Civilian Succumbs To Injuries, Two Discharged
Case Of A Mystery Petition And Why Time Is Running Out For Ganguly, Shah
Rahul's Interaction With Migrants Led To Predictable Political Storm, But What Have His Critics Done?
The Silver Lining Of Lockdown: Living Vicariously Through My Child
The Unmourned Of Kashmir
Lockdown Diary: Whatever It Takes To Stay Upbeat And Beat Coronavirus
A Minefield Of Mediocre Films, 1990s Have Little To Offer To Nostalgic Bollywood Stars
Roger Federer Serves For ATP-WTA Merger But Can Tennis United Be A Scorching Winner?
Editor's Take: Aerial Surveys Are Outdated But Good For Optics
Policemen Are Ordinary Citizens. They Should Know Their Boundaries
New York Reports Lowest Number Of Daily COVID-19 Deaths In Weeks
'Govt Can't Handle Own Population': Migrants To Vote NOTA Next
Sex On False Promise Of Marriage Not Rape: Orissa HC
2 Pinjra Tod Activists Arrested In Relation To Delhi Riots, Group Calls It 'Witch Hunt'
'If Your Mother Is Dying, Let Her Die': Kashmir Footballer Shocked By Police Atrocity
Indian Boxing Coach Not Satisfied With Home Training, Eager For Camp To Start
The Gulf Boomerang: India's Biggest Reverse Migration From A World Devastated By COVID-19
Why China, India Will Suffer The Worst Economic Disaster In Almost A 100 Years
Temporary Setback? Why Most Indians Won't Give Up On Their Dubai Dreams
Hike In Taxes On Petrol, Diesel: Congress-Ruled States Can't Douse Fire, So Why Call BJP 'Anti-National'?
Nutrition Warriors | A Mizo Village's Fight To Ward Off Stunted Growth, Underweight Children
Union Budget 2020: What FM Nirmala Sitharaman Can Do To Pull Economy Out Of The Rut
Is Judiciary Living Up To The Indian Constitution @ 70?