Smriti Irani: The Spellbinder

Kaveree Bamzai

She was television’s favourite daughter-in-law. She carved out her space at the top of Indian politics. And now she turns writer with a thriller set in the Maoist heartland. How Smriti Irani juggles the many hats of her life

The Shape of God

An anatomical study of the Biblical God makes the divine intimately human

The Restoration of Savarkar

How relevant is his muscular national security vision today?

Dalit-run MSMEs find it tough to obtain loans

A new book that studied over a million such firms also reveals gender disadvantage

The Rebel Model

The inscrutable art and life of Rajinikanth

The Principled Life of Kobad Ghandy

Memoirs of a man who was born into affluence but chose a life of struggle

The Kiss of Life

Restoring Devika Rani to her rightful place in the history of Indian cinema

Pandemic Reflections

Vinay Lal gives historical context to our collective and individual responses to Covid

The Evolution of BJP

A historical insight into the Vajpayee-Advani jugalbandi

Writ With Guilt

Katharina Volckmer’s debut novel explores Germany’s historical baggage in a personal and political way


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