West Bengal: Soaring Sister and Falling Fossils

Ullekh NP

Mamata Banerjee’s victory is a major embarrassment for Yechury who jostled for CPM’s poll pact with the Congress

Arvind Kejriwal: A Bitter Year in the Capital

How the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has become a full-time attack dog

Indian Arms Dealers: The Defence Dynasty

Inside the permanent establishment of Indian arms dealers

Judiciary: Judgment Day

Has judicial overreach upset the institutional balance?

The Life and Death of Jisha

What the gruesome rape and murder of a law student says about the dangers of being marginalised in an insensitive society where the police are as brutal as the sexually depraved

All India Bakchod: Licence to Lampoon

One of the smartest and funniest humour collectives in India today

Jerry Pinto: Bombay Central

There are Indian writers in English and there are regional writers of the vernacular. Jerry Pinto is among the rare few who straddles both worlds.

Karan Mahajan: Explosive Imagination

There is a certain smartness to this Delhi-raised writer’s work that has made him the toast in literary circles.

KR Meera: Rebel with a Pause

She reveals the gendered ideologies imprisoning her characters, constructing a feminist model of dominant literature

Ratish Nanda: Rising from the Ruins

A healer of ruins, he has steered the discourse on conservation away from the colonial model of keeping sites fenced in


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