A well-laid plan

A well-laid plan

2020 will be remembered by most of us as the ‘Year of the Virus’. Everyone is

By Anjuly Mathai

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Retelling Rani’s story

Retelling Rani’s story

Her name sprung into public memory in 2018, when an auction house sold her...

By Mandira Nayar
Resurrecting a maverick

Resurrecting a maverick

According to legendary filmmaker Mike Nichols, he was born at the age of seven,...

By Anjuly Mathai
‘Hades, Argentina’ review

‘Hades, Argentina’ review

The novel reveals the ugly side of the Argentine military dictatorship in the...

By R. Viswanathan
Novel take on ‘the new normal’

Novel take on ‘the new normal’

What are the eight principles for creating opportunities in a post-pandemic...

By K. Sunil Thomas
Humour in stilettos

Humour in stilettos

Meher Castelino—renowned fashion journalist, former model and India’s first...

By Anjuly Mathai
Powerful, evocative

Powerful, evocative

I found poetry in a pandemic, says Sneha Bhura, senior correspondent, THE WEEK,

By Neeru Bhatia
Inside Kalam’s world

Inside Kalam’s world

After the Kargil conflict in 1999, three service chiefs briefed prime minister...

By Pradip R Sagar
Colaba chronicles

Colaba chronicles

Shabnam Minwalla is an amazing writer. So much comes through in each of her

By Rekha Dixit
A translation tribute

A translation tribute

Chandrasekhar Kambar, one of the leading figures in contemporary Indian...

By Nirmal Jovial
Understanding power dynamics

Understanding power dynamics

There have been three opportunities since 1960 in resolving the border dispute...

By Rekha Dixit
Of love and poetry

Of love and poetry

'The Bloomsbury Book of Great Indian Love Poems' has poems in 28 languages

By Sneha Bhura
A new poetry anthology shimmers light for the road ahead

A new poetry anthology shimmers light for the road ahead

The collection features works of 39 emerging and well-known poets

By Sneha Bhura
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