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Book Review: Into the Suburbs

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

Visiting the birthplace of Isaac Newton

I love exploring Europe where every step has history. In London, Paris...

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,...

Glass Walls: A Book Review

SALMA SHAH on Glass Walls: Stories of Tolerance and Intolerance, an anthology of stories from India and Australia.

Book review: Fern Road by Angshu Dasgupta

At a time when readers are more and more often confronted with a chaotic oversupply of clutter and social media stimuli, Angshu Dasgupta has...

A new take on adulting by Neharika Gupta

'Adulting' by Neharika GuptaAdulting by Neharika Gupta, is a book about love. About loving your friends, loving...

Suketu Mehta jots down an immigrant’s manifesto

This is our land by Suketu MehtaPeople have migrated through the ages, in search of greener...

Book Review: White Tears Brown Scars by Ruby Hamad

Ruby Hamad's White Tears Brown Scars is an informative and compelling read. In this work, Hamad lays bare inconvenient truths that seek to inspire reflection in...

Book review: Is there an alternative to democracy?

Why democracy does not always lead to solidarity, prosperity and liberty. By SUKRIT SABHLOK