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Book review: Ashis Ray’s ‘Cricket World Cup: The Indian Challenge’

Celebrated cricket broadcaster Ashis Ray has come out with a new book titled Cricket World Cup: The Indian Challenge, where he has penned down the journey of Indian cricket at the World Cups since...

Reshaping memories

USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND reports from Samanth Subramanian's Sydney Writers' Festival talk on 'This Divided Island'

What the war wrought

VIKAS DATTA on India's World War II experience

Masala murders from Mumbaistan

Thrillers with Indian twists, like Anita Nair's latest novel, are fetching mega bucks in the booming mass fiction market

The human condition in the Internet age

We might be robots, but robots have feelings too. SALMA SHAH reviews a newly released collection of short stories.

William Dalrymple: Afghanistan archivist at SWF

William Dalrymple speaking at the SWF recounts the British’s botched attempt at mastering Afghanistan, writes CHRISTOPHER CYRILL

Co-operative co-existence

Pax Indica by Shashi Tharoor urges India to wield her soft power – but is this a glorified, yet impractical role?
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Book review: The Assassination of Indira Gandhi by Upamanyu Chatterjee

Sandwiched within the provocatively titled book, The Assassination of Indira Gandhi, Upamanyu Chatterjee’s collection of short stories takes a wide sweep of rural and urban India’s landscapes and ‘peoplescapes’, through a range of extreme...

The Search that Seeks You: Concept of karma explained

The protagonist’s journey towards seeking spiritual awakening explores the basic tenets of Hinduism. By PRIYADARSHINI CHIDAMBARANATHAN
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Dalrymple’s tome to perils of corporate power abuse

Historian, writer, art curator, also an award-winning broadcaster and critic, William Dalrymple has quite exceeded himself with his latest book. The towering 522-page tome, which was in the making for six painstaking years, thoroughly dissects...