Anil R Nair

Tracing Caste and Democracy

There seems to be no end to talk on caste and democracy in the country.

21 Jan 2014

Prison Break, After War

Real life incidents becoming fodder for fiction is not new.

10 Dec 2013

'Honey Bee' (Malayalam)

Don’t binge on, this Honeybee isn’t worth it.

23 Jun 2013

Reality primer for budding entrepreneurs

A handy reference for businesspersons, the book deals with the difficulties in building a new brand.

11 Jun 2013

A community poise

18 May 2013

Of undying human spirit, hope

The book is a powerful testimony to the triumphing human spirit, despite all odds

04 Dec 2012

Kollur: In the lap of nature’s bounty

Kollur is famous for Mookambika temple where lakhs of devotees come from across the country.

29 Nov 2012

Decoding the wisdom of ants

This book will help you unravel the mysteries behind the economic evolution, says Anil R Nair

27 Nov 2012

Emerging from his den of opium

Poet Jeet Thayil is the only Indian in this year’s nominees for the Man Booker Prize. Hours before the results are expected, he tells us what the feeling is like

17 Oct 2012

Back to a bygone era

Known for its spectacular architecture and aesthetic beauty, the Taj Mahals’ sister monument, Agra Fort is an interesting mix of Hindu and Islamic architecture

04 Oct 2012

Memories of a golden past

With Thiruvonam being celebrated Wednesday, a few Keralites residing in Bangalore tell us how they are planning to celebrate the festival this year.

28 Aug 2012

'Thattathin Marayathu' (Malayalam)

This love story keeps you hooked with its innocence.

25 Jul 2012