Arindam Mukherjee

True Life
Almost Dead in Leh

In an unexpected twist, this enthusiast saw his rafting trip on the Zanskar turn into a struggle for survival against floods and landslides. Passing by wreckage of bad weather, he realised the violent river was the only way to safety.

20 August 2010
True Life
Call of the Road

The lure of a job got Arindam Mukherjee to pack his life in his car and travel the breadth of the American continent and back. He conquered the road, and also regained his confidence.

21 July 2010
Gone in Thirty Seconds

In rowdy-as-ever Punjab, the spirit of kabaddi trumped the heat, chaos and IPL cricket in a festive celebration of the game.

15 April 2010
Killing the Water

Here comes another Bangladeshi expatriate author in English who easily qualifies as one of the finest from his country.

14 April 2010
Love as Solitude

The Japanese Wife weaves an innocent love story out of an improbable modern-day fairy tale.

01 April 2010
Art & Culture
Shutter Speed

Even before the opening of his latest show, Atul Dodiya has sold all 12 works. But he says he regrets the commodification of art.

04 March 2010
Art & Culture
The Wizard of Jazz

Self-taught Indian American musician Vijay Iyer is wowing the world today. But he started playing the piano only to annoy his sister.

04 February 2010
Art & Culture
Frida’s Shadow

The necklace is an overpowering and almost macabre motif in Anju Dodiya’s ‘fictional self images’.

20 January 2010
Husain’s New Canvas

He’s 94, but not afraid of opening up to new technology. Artist MF Husain sketches his life out for the e-reader.

18 November 2009
The President is Gone

In this book, six Indian candidates have a shot at shaking W’s hand. Who will win?

11 November 2009


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MJ Akbar

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Ram Madhav

Ram Madhav is a member of the National Executive of RSS and a founding member of the governing council of India Foundation. He is the author of, among other titles, Partitioned Freedom and The Hindutva Paradigm

Makarand R Paranjape

Makarand R Paranjape is professor of English at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Views are personal.


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