Monday, 30th October 2017
'I believe freedom is only possible when we learn to respect the rights of those around us'
'Whatever happens, the ultimate decision in Kashmir will be greatly influenced by this popular feeling' said Nehru
In The Miraculous True History of Nomi Ali, the author attempts to reconstruct a history of the Andaman Islands in the decade leading up to India’s Independence
Bottle of Lies, a New York Times bestseller reveals how Ranbaxy committed fraud and potentially harmed patients on a global scale
A book to write, no time for cancer
The BJP and the plethora of Hindu nationalist organisations are shifting the relationship between the Indian state and its diverse peoples and communities
Although Nash was known as the most popular writer of humorous verse in America, he bore for a long time the burden of all brilliantly funny writers -- that of not being taken seriously as an artist
The presence of non-Aryan loan words, non-Aryan patrons, and “Dasiputra Brahmanas” in the Vedas testifies that Vedic culture contained diverse influences.