Author

  • Moving with The Shadow Lines

    Finding the Centre |  Anu Kumar
    You get to the library by left-turning one too many times. I learnt that the hard way for the car's unpredictable GPS always led me...

  • Khushwant Singh's Freethinker's Prayer Book: A Review

    Hindustani awaaz |  Rakhshanda Jalil
    I must begin this review with a confession: I am an unabashed admirer of Khushwant Singh. I have known him for years and enjoyed many...

  • The one with the affair in Gurgaon (and a conversation)

    the vague woman's blog |  Devapriya Roy
    Nora Ephron, in one of her columns - possibly in 'Esquire' though I can't be sure - had wondered about the exact time the word...

  • India: Literature festival central

    Borgub's Lair |  Amrita Tripathi
    What is it about literary festivals? The thought of one can drive some people into rhapsodies, or have others pull their hair out, and that's...

  • The 5 guys every woman should have

    The Chastity Belt |  Madhuri Banerjee
    I have always believed that Draupadi was lucky. After all, she was legalized as the wife of five men. She really didn't need to fake...

  • Refuting Lieven's asserts of an apologetic Pak

    ON THE ROCKS: No Watering Down |  Ipsita Shome
    Anatol Lieven is a professor in the War Studies department of King's College, London, and author of the book Pakistan: A Hard Country, among many...