The Ghusedu Culture

Suhel Seth

From airlines to private dinners, the invasion of the boorish

Lost and Found in Kashmir

Hari Krishna Kaul’s short stories sparkle with wit and empathy

Unity In Divinity

A dispatch from the streets of the holy city

A Line Runs through It

Hope and hopelessness in Kashmir during Partition

Of Kings and Mystics

Glimpses into India’s moral traditions

Patna to Purnia

Difficult truths from Bihar concealed within acceptable homilies

A Day in the Life of Bobby Khare

When a sweeper momentarily lost his freedom

The Great Balancer

The evolution of the Indian judiciary as a defender of both people’s rights and the state’s interests

In the Name of God

Religion is a private matter and must remain so

The Normality of Evil

Upamanyu Chatterjee’s seventh novel opens with the discovery of a dead body in a park. He speaks to Nandini Nair about creating crafty characters and the villainy principle


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