The Perfect Duet

Ranjit Hoskote

An Indian novel wins the International Booker Prize for the first time. The act of translation must now be sustained and strengthened

India of the Mind

Far from being colonised subjects, Indians in the 19th century had a vibrant sense of strategic affairs

The Persistence of Democracy

Stein Ringen offers a new definition for democracy and hits out at sceptics

Aanchal Malhotra: The Memory Keeper

Aanchal Malhotra maps the legacy of Partition through oral histories. The author in conversation with Aditya Mani Jha

Mountains of the Mind

When climbing high peaks proves cathartic

Vauhini Vara: The Tech Realist

Aditya Mani Jha speaks to Vauhini Vara about her debut novel, a blend of the historical and the satirical

Mom Versus Child

What it means to have an abusive mother

Lives Less Lived

A caste study from a village in Gujarat

Jeet Thayil and Ranjit Hoskote on Indian Poetry

‘There is an urgency and commitment in the voices of the poets in this book.’ A conversation between poets Jeet Thayil and Ranjit Hoskote about an anthology of modern Indian poetry edited by the former

Conflict and Concord

Despatches from a fractured land


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