The Tandoor Murder: a story that rocked India

The bigger the bonfire, the greater the darkness. Former cop pens harrowing saga of a Delhi murder that shook a nation. ANANYA DAS reports
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Lessons from the story of Anh Do, the ‘happiest refugee’ in Australia

It was 700 of us in the Adelaide Convention Centre, and we were all laughing and crying at the same time, thanks to Anh Do. Who would have thought listening to a keynote address...

Being Indian: Challenge of bringing up ‘Desi’ children abroad

SAKET SUMAN reviews Vinati Sukhdev's ‘East or West’, which serves to be an apt manual on the upbringing of Indian diaspora children overseas.

New Punjabi collection at Springvale

The Greater Dandenong Libraries launch their first ever Punjabi collection at Springvale Library. DIPANJALI RAO reports

Food as identity

The e-book is a light read, but loaded with opportunities to fondly recall the Fiji Indian experience from a culinary perspective

Breaking barriers, one poem at a time

‘My heart aches for sisters…’ so Rupi Kaur writes for their pain. By TIA SINGH

The Secret of Jahanara Begum

An excerpt from ARUNDHATI ROY’s book The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

How 5 days a year transformed Jaipur’s cultural landscape

ARCHANA SHARMA on how the Jaipur Literature Festival turned the city into a thriving cultural hub.
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Tamil: A Biography by David Dean Shulman | Book review

It was quite by accident that I stumbled upon a prodigious and erudite scholar of India – especially southern India, during one of my recent trips to India. The book, in bright orange, titled...

Reviving the classics

Tamil classics are being brought to life for a new generation of readers, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN