PK Rosy: The mother of Malayalam cinema

PK Rosy: The mother of Malayalam cinema

Back in the 1920s, Malayalam cinema's first ever heroine, P.K. Rosy,...

By Sneha Bhura
Lockdown reading: ‘The Toss of a Lemon’

Lockdown reading: ‘The Toss of a Lemon’

Padma opens up south Indian society to international readers

By R. Viswanathan
A thrilling ride

A thrilling ride

Reading The Henna Artist is like travelling in a car that is going at just the...

By Anjuly Mathai
Fighter’s corner

Fighter’s corner

It is difficult to condense a life in 173 pages. Yet, Isher Judge Ahluwalia,...

By Mandira Nayar
Mismatching elements

Mismatching elements

Suheldev, the king who slew the Turk Salar Masud in the Battle of Bahraich in CE

By Rekha Dixit
Closer to home

Closer to home

In Estuary, Perumal Murugan takes a closer look at urban middle-class mores

By Sneha Bhura
Soul searching

Soul searching

How many Delhis have been there? No one has an exact count. The Delhi government

By R Prasannan
Shooting straight

Shooting straight

Lt General H.S. Panag has discipline like any military man. He exerts this

By Rekha Dixit
Reluctant recollections

Reluctant recollections

Urjit Patel's book comes at a time when India is hard hit by Covid-19

By Nachiket Kelkar
Lock, stock and barrel

Lock, stock and barrel

The stories are alternately poignant, absorbing and humorous

By Anjuly Mathai
'São Bernardo' takes you deep into Brazil’s rural society

'São Bernardo' takes you deep into Brazil’s rural society

The novel has been translated into English by Padma Viswanathan

By R. Viswanathan
Time to rock through corporate life

Time to rock through corporate life

Corporate lessons from a musical band

By Oshin Grace Daniell
Lockdown reading: Born to die—tales from the streets of Medellin

Lockdown reading: Born to die—tales from the streets of Medellin

Colombia has been a witness to four kinds of violence. Political violence— the

By R. Viswanathan
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