A Portrait of the Indian

Siddharth Singh

A new survey reveals a deeply conservative country

The Spoken Word Order

Migration, both external and internal, has shaped the languages that we speak

Reading that Gives on

The unquantifiable value of a gifted book

Ashok Ferrey: Our Fathers in Heaven

Ashok Ferrey’s new book captures Sri Lankans at home and abroad. The author tells Antara Raghavan about the persistence of grief and the art of construction

A Humanist Behind the Camera

Ray chose his stories with the dexterity of a jeweller picking his diamonds. And he was far from naïve on politics

The Freedom of Being a Covid Prisoner

For many, the lockdown of 2020 was a time of liberation, when they discovered their true selves in the midst of solitude

‘Malice Towards One and All’

Khushwant Singh once wrote that Indira Gandhi could not become a clerk in the Government she had most fortuitously come to head

Scandinavia, A to Z

The real-life world of Nordic noir


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