EAT, PRAY, LIVE
Eat, Pray, Live
Lattice Of Lyrical Majesticity
The royal masque in Akbar’s glittering court at Fatehpur Sikri is occasion for Sealy’s exquisite poem-prose, decorated with words, absences and old longing
May 11, 2017
Her Emotions Curdled Thick
This slim novel stews in the passionate juice of wronged love. The protagonist, symbolically wedded to deep Krishna love, rages on.
Mar 09, 2017
From A Baggageless Kipling
The timeless hills, the brooks and forests, the creatures that inhabit them and the small stories of innocents among them carry a whiff of old India
Feb 16, 2017
400 Years Of Eloquence
Rich in symbolism, Kire’s story, resonant of her Naga roots, has the pellucid quality of folktales
Jan 13, 2017
Bouncily Down The Cam With Floyd
Angst, scrapes, fleet-footed adjustments—Dhondy’s Cambridge memoir presents a throbbing zeitgeist
Nov 17, 2016
Riding The Mind On Mode Zero
It is the search for the origin of zero, without which it is impossible to imagine the modern day world
Nov 03, 2016
Albus Severus’s Decision
The dark world Harry & Co inhabit changes little after 22 years
Aug 24, 2016
Tram To Darkest Pleasures
A satire on the way the fate wind blows in small towns with no hope.
Jul 21, 2016
Tippler Takes Over The West
An in-depth study of alcohol which will be useful to academics but has very little room for levity
Jun 16, 2016
Reading A Polish Joke Book
Advertising reflects its times and that it is not in the business of activism. Parameswaran covers a gamut of anecdotes to illustrate his point.
Jun 09, 2016
The Mamata Who Stole Christmas
Walkers around Calcutta's Rabindra Sarovar had grown used to being surprised by music; and from surprise it had become an indulgence. But gradually a note of disharmony crept into the proceedings...
Dec 27, 2016
Not At My Son's Funeral
Is it possible to do it in cold blood? The Nazis certainly did. But this? Looking into their eyes and asking them their names one by one?
Jul 05, 2016
The Residue Of Faith
The stink, the uprooted bamboos, the vegetable peels — all that is left behind once the prayers are said and the festival draws to an end
Mar 15, 2016
Jurassic Park, Kolkata Version
Nothing compares to the noise that Deshapriya Park was generating — an entire cement protima, and huge to boot, the goddess 88 feet tall.
Oct 22, 2015
The Writer Will Not Dance
The situation between writers and Santhals is actually fairly similar...
Oct 13, 2015
Inheritance Of Loss
In the corridors of Nabanna the perception is that Kolkata must become London, quite forgetting that the city was actually based on the London model
Sep 22, 2015
The Extinct Bungalow On Bondel Road
Set as the backdrop to an inane world that was always trying to throw yesterday into the face of now, it was incongruous and it was magnificent.
Aug 03, 2015
Voters And Other Strangers
The symbolism still gets you — a woman in a white sari with a green border going up against a wall of red promising change.
May 13, 2015
'My Success Will Be Judged By Critical Lens Of History'
Money Laundering: NIA Arrests 7 Separatist Leaders
SC Bars Srinivasan, Shah From Attending BCCI's SGM
Wonderful, Precise And Very Cool: How Do Our Money Up-Chucking Machines Work?
"I'm Only Passing Through" 10 Leonard Cohen Songs That You Must Listen To
Blackout For NDTV Stirs The Media
Daily Curator: The Dominion Of Misunderstood Men Over Headlines
Daily Curator: Of Holes Being Poked Into The Bhopal Encounter And The Origins Of Chyawanprash
Watch: Viral Video Has Man Lighting Up A Line Of Crackers Attached To His Mouth
Death For Nithari Killers
4 Arrested After Lashkar-e-Taiba Module Busted In J&K
Biker Run Over By Truck After Hitting Pothole
Scientist Discovers New Sunfish Species
Where Small Savings Vanish
Behind Bars, You Get Sushi
Then A Mundhra, Now A Mallya
Dump The Diva
The Worshipful Leader
Thevar Vs Thevar
Seeing Is A Deadly Sin
Plots Of Gold In Chowringhee
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