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Books

The Reluctant Power

Karthik Nachiappan

How India frittered away gains and opportunities

The Bloodlust

Short stories on the violence of big and small kinds

Why Love What You Will Lose?

The new Nobel laureate Louise Glück’s poetry is infused with desire and trauma, the processes of ordeal and healing

Jerry-Rigging Ways

Jugaad innovation in Indian laboratories

The Inner and Outer Life

Applying spiritual ethics to policymaking and justice

The Last Scriptwriter

An empathetic portrait of Karunanidhi

Hari Kunzru: ‘Every one of my dark fears has come true’

The world Hari Kunzru portrays in his new novel is both familiar and near-mad. The novelist in conversation with Nandini Nair

‘You Can Hide the Most Powerful Gunpowder Within Language’

Malayalam author and screenwriter, Unni R uses satire and subtlety to talk about contemporary India. The author in conversation with Nandini Nair

Putting Tibet Back in Focus

Historian Claude Arpi goes beyond the British and Chinese narratives to examine older ties between India and the region

The Jaishankar Doctrine

Rethinking India’s engagement with its enemies and friends

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