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William Dalrymple’s The Anarchy: A story of how far corporations can change the world

Excerpts from William Dalrymple's conversation with PAWAN LUTHRA The grandeur that was 16th and 17th century India The formation of the East India Company The...

Contemporary ramifications of the story of the East India Company

Pawan Luthra: The book ends when the East India Company ends. Of course, there was murmur in the British Parliament since the early 1800s...

‘Company’ Raj vs the British Raj

Pawan Luthra: What role did the British Raj (government) play in the rise and fall of the East India Company? William Dalrymple: Up to 1774,...

The ‘ravaging territorial appetites’ that finally saw the East India Company cut to size

William Dalrymple: The ‘ravaging territorial appetites’ that finally saw the East India Company cut to size Pawan Luthra: The famine in Bengal in 1770 began...

William Dalrymple: The grandeur that was 16th and 17th century India

Pawan Luthra: William, your latest book, The Anarchy has just hit the stores and is on the best sellers list everywhere. It sits at...

Partition Voices: Untold British Stories | Book review

Until recently, the thousands of Indians who had migrated to Britain in the wake of the Partition of the sub-continent, had lived in silence,...

Nautch review: Brown women pissed off about colonialism

Set in Tasma Terrace and asked to reimagine a British merchant’s drawing room as an opulent Indian palace, Nautch is a show that is...

Farmers’ protests aren’t new in India

farmer protest india
  Hundreds of thousands of farmers have been protesting in India since September last year in what has become the largest farmers protest in India’s...

Tarot Predictions | Horoscope | Stars

MINAL KHONA's tarot predictions for September 2019. What does this month have in store for you?

Indian shows and movies to watch in March 2021

march 2021 shows and movies
  Bombay Begums (Netflix) After the award-winning Lipstick Under My Burkha (2016), director Alankrita Shrivastava is back with another empowering series about women. Set in urban...

Book Review: ‘Ritu weds Chandni’ by Ameya Narvankar

  "But what is wrong with that? Why shouldn't she marry Chandni didi?," asks Ayesha, the young protagonist in Ameya Narvankar's Ritu weds Chandni. The innocent...

Review: The Girl On The Train (Netflix)

  Don't sit on the edge of your seat as you watch The Girl On The Train, you might just fall off dozing. They needn't...
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