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Cross Your Heart, Take My Name by Novoneel Chakraborty: A review

  Cross Your Heart, Take My Name is a rare Indian book to explore the psychological impact of social media, especially Instagram. Garv Roy Gill and...

Red Fear – The China Threat: Disputes and dominance (Review)

Red Fear: The China Threat delves into history as it traces the genesis of the present troubles. A homily uttered over a century ago...

The Incredible History Of The Indian Ocean (Book Review)

The Indian Ocean is an ocean as vast as the sub-continent whose name it bears, encompassing Asia to the north, Australia to the east,...

Azadi: Brooding yet biting articles by Arundhati Roy (Review)

When Arundhati Roy’s first novel God Of Small Things was published in 1997, it won the Booker Prize and made her an overnight celebrity....

Book Review: Into the Suburbs

Christopher Raja’s Into the Suburbs, a biographical text detailing the author’s early life in India, upbringing and young adulthood in Melbourne, and ruminations on...

Visiting the birthplace of Isaac Newton

I love exploring Europe where every step has history. In London, Paris and Vienna I have visited memorials to scientists, poets and thinkers....

On Amish Tripathi’s new book ‘Legend of Suheldev’

In what is set to enthuse his readers, bestselling author and now director of London’s Nehru Centre, Amish Tripathi launched his new book Legend...

On Amish Tripathi’s new book 'Legend of Suheldev'

In what is set to enthuse his readers, bestselling author and now director of London’s Nehru Centre, Amish Tripathi launched his new book Legend...

India has world’s largest diaspora: UN

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  India has the world's largest diaspora with about 18 million people born there now living abroad, according to John Wilmoth, the director of UN's...

Rishabh Pant: Lessons on terrace of Roorkie home came handy

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  On the cemented terrace of his Roorkie home in Uttarakhand, Rajinder Pant would tie a pillow to the chest of his tiny son Rishabh...

Have you registered yet for National Backyard Cricket Day?

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  If you played gully cricket as a child in India, you're probably already into backyard cricket. Well, here's your chance to do a bit of...

Biryani Bonanza: 3 delicious recipes to try this Republic Day

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  Talk about biryanis, and you’ll encounter way too many FAQs. Do you cook the rice and meat separately, or together? Do you use the...

WATCH: Day 5 of the Gabba Test in 8 minutes

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  Even those only remotely interested in cricket tuned in, and stayed glued to their screens yesterday. Has Test cricket ever been this interesting? From wickets...
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