The latest addition to the ever-growing list of treatises on US-Pak engagement also tries to shed light on the path forward
The Morning Standard speaks to Yutsha Dahal, one of researchers of the project.
Lakshmi Subramanian’s book Singing Gandhi’s India is perhaps the first-ever detailed account
Stories Curator Meena Vari talks about the exhibition The Sundry Effect: The stories we are… and the idea behind it
Bibi was sentenced to death on blasphemy charges by a Pakistani court in 2010 but then dramatically acquitted in 2018.
One day, nearly 600 years ago, Bracciolini, who was in his late 30s took a book off the shelf that he found in a monastery, probably in southern Germany.
Over the course of her life, Rao has served in multiple capacities for both the Government of Karnataka and India.
A social conversation about India in foreign countries often involves the country’s ‘spicy’ food, its large population, or the booming IT sector.
In the 70s Neel Kamal stood tall, newly built, recently white-washed, the greenery around it sun-dappled and dewed, home to a family of four.
The 2019 DSC Prize-winner talks about writing a ‘political book’ and the literary influences that have shaped his work
An 82-year-old Bengaluru man has, for the last two decades, been helping the blind learn through his audiobooks
Speaking on the occasion, renowned Kashmiri journalist Gowhar Geelani narrated how communication networks were suspended in Kashmir.
Namita Gokhale, who works hard on literature festivals around the word, working on the programming for the offshoot festivals, leaves her with limited time to write.
The Dutch House is the story of Danny and Maeve Conroy, a brother and sister who grow up in a fantastically beautiful and elaborate mansion outside of Philadelphia.