Naipaul Under the Woke Gaze

Roderick Matthews

Why we should read what he had to say

‘There is no biological basis to race’

Angela Saini dismantles notions of ethnicity and colour in her latest book. The author in conversation with Bhavya Dore

A Million Multiplicities

The Indian self is a work in progress

Liminal State

A people caught between war and peace

Assam 2012: The Story of a Riot

When the blood dried in the leafy remoteness of the Northeast, the truth remained as elusive as the perpetrators. An investigation of the ethnic eruption in Assam 2012

Mixed Marriages and a Referral

People of Indian origin appear readier than ever to join America’s great melting pot—marrying people of other ethnicities in growing numbers

I Can’t Think Straight

Except for the great kissing scenes, this ‘coming out’ movie takes too straight a turn.

Half Way Indians

On the Caribbean islands, the immigrant Indian story is laced with shame and bitterness. They are neither Indian enough nor Caribbean enough to be accepted by either community

The One Who Got Away

As violence recedes in China’s Xinjiang province, an exiled Uighur living in Delhi’s bylanes longs for freedom


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