September 26, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
Donald, World’s Biggest Chump
With rudeness, low cunning and barefaced dishonesty, Trump plays to an idiot’s gallery where climate change, or terror, are just board games
Jun 09, 2017
Waist-Deep Mud At The Somme
Edouard Louis’s brutalising in his rough, provincial France has a direct connect to its right-wing rage. This is not charmingly evocative, but clinical.
Jun 08, 2017
“You can take our official Twitter, but you’ll never take our free time!” In the times of Trump, the only thing that keeps the Wshingtonians going on is gallow humour.
Feb 02, 2017
Curiosity Shops For Dickens Town
A joyous, clever, black satire references the entire African-American experience to make its point
Dec 08, 2016
A Flame-Top With A Torch
America’s struggling masses have made this a trickster’s finest hour
Nov 11, 2016
Post-Geography Of Modern Friendship
Confession: I took a Facebook daily-fix break before writing this. Pl like and share!
Oct 27, 2016
Changing standards have condemned Trump the abuser
Oct 13, 2016
To Be Or Not To Be Ian’s Baby
McEwan’s ventriloquism gives voice to an unborn, modern Hamlet—seething, philosophising and sipping nectar
Sep 29, 2016
'I'm Not Here To Defend Naipaul's Politics'
The celebrated author of
Liberty or Death
talks about his forthcoming book on Tibet and the authorised biography of V.S. Naipaul that he is currently researching in India.
Mar 10, 2003
Kaifi, My Father
Shabana Azmi spoke to Nandini Lal on her father -- Kaifi Azmi the poet, the activist, and the man.
May 17, 2002
'You Must Have The In-Built Shit-Detector'
CEO, Penguin India , MD, Dorling-Kindersley, and author of the
House of Blue Mangoes
spoke to Nandini Lal about his book, his life, his work and his so-called critics and rivals.
May 08, 2002
The Fall Of A Director
connives with the worst clichés of Indian cinema, belies its noble social message of sexual subjugation and sets feminism back by decades.
May 14, 2001
Alias Disgrace: What The
Is it time the postmenopausal brigade of moral custodians like Ashaji and Vyjanthimalaji gave way to people like those on the jury of the digital-fest: R.K. Laxman, Shyam Benegal, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Derek Malcolm and Shekhar Kapoor?
Apr 05, 2001
Precarious Freedom: Something In Indian Agriculture Is Being Set Free. Is It The farmer?
'Terrorism Is Pakistan's Only Glory In 70 Years': India Slams Pakistan At UN
'Neither Consume Drugs Nor Promote It': Karan Johar Slams Allegations
Indian Scientists Develop Face Mask That Kills Coronavirus In 3 Minutes: Report
IPL 2020: Why Chennai Super Kings Skipper MS Dhoni Missing Ambati Rayudu
IPL 2020: Emergence Of The Team Psychologist And T20 Spinner
IPL 2020: Expect Run Outs, Batting Collapses And Run Freeze In Initial Matches In UAE
Woman Scribes' Rift Over Rhea Chakraborty Exposes TV-Print Divide
Brace For Exciting England-Australia Clash As Old Enemies Meet In New World
Sports And National Education Policy: A Flawed Understanding
IPL 2020 In UAE: Why Great Leveller COVID-19 Won't Spare A Dhoni Or Kohli
Rahul Gandhi Shares Heartfelt B'day Wish For Former PM Manmohan Singh.
WHO Warns Of 2 Million Covid Deaths Without Collective Action, Vaccine
Trump To Nominate Judge Amy Coney As Supreme Court New Judge: Reports
IPL 2020: CSK Pay Tribute To Dean Jones, SP Balasubrahmanyam
Bihar Polls A Daunting Task Amid Covid-19
Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam Dies Of Covid-19 In Chennai
Drugs, Guns And Four Stories From The Northeast
5 Iconic Comedy Shows On OTT
Opinion | Online Gaming Companies Are Suffering Due To Lack Of Clarity On Legality Of Business Models
Opinion | Online Gaming Industry Can Boost Make In India Initiative
From Pac-Man To PUBG Mobile, Why Esports Threatens To Overtake Cricket In India