In extreme cases, people risk or actually lose their lives while trying to click that perfect selfie which just might go viral and give them their five seconds.
13 Dec 2018
Pulitzer Prize-shortlisted Deborah Baker’s The Last Englishmen: Love, War and the End of Empire is a sprawling biographical saga that is a post-mortem of the last days of the British Empire in India.
08 Dec 2018
If you are inclined to laugh, scoff or return to your fuzzy YouTube video of candid moments from the #DeepVeer wedding, I urge you to give me a chance to explain.
01 Dec 2018
Anita Nair is a remarkable writer and a compelling storyteller.
18 Nov 2018
I’ll go right ahead and write this down: Khadija Mastur’s The Women’s Courtyard is one of the most satisfying novels I have ever read.
11 Nov 2018
A searing look into the bare bones of a dysfunctional marriage, played out against the backdrop of encroaching madness, Kiran Manral’s Missing, Presumed Dead makes for a troubling read.
21 Oct 2018
Forget Vicky Kaushal, everybody seems to be crushing on the Supreme Court nowadays thanks to landmark judgements which will no doubt have a major impact on the great Indian future.
04 Oct 2018
Infinite Variety: A History of Desire in India by Madhavi Menon is what it says it is and so much more.
20 Sep 2018
When it comes to what women wear, everybody has an opinion.
14 Sep 2018
The Buddha is one of the most beloved and revered figures in the realms of history, mythology and legend with his teachings resonating to this very day.
01 Sep 2018
Nowadays reading the news disseminated via newspapers or smartphones is an excruciating experience.
11 Aug 2018
Ira Mukhoty’s Daughters of the Sun is so engrossing, one is filled with resentment, every time the demands of real life intrude and yank the reader back from a glorious past.
21 Jul 2018
Between Rajinikanth’s shenanigans on and off screen, the good news is that people are finally talking about things they are normally content to ignore such as untouchability and caste politics.
16 Jun 2018
It was hoped that with the dawn of a new age, Indians would set aside their traditional differences and live together peaceably.
21 Apr 2018
In a bizarre turn of events, the Gujarat High Court ruled that marital rape is not a criminal offence under Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code.
07 Apr 2018