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Books  /  Published 20.02.21

A question of character

As they lie on their stomachs and raise their arms and legs off the ground, alternately arching their backs and sinking back to the floor, he mutters, ‘Sir, my family is very traditional…...
By The Telegraph in

Books  /  Published 17.01.21

Kargil: the drama behind the scenes

Book: Vajpayee: The Years that Changed India Author: Shakti Sinha Publisher: Vintage, an imprint of Penguin Random House Price: Rs 599 Excerpted with permission from the publisher ...
By Shakti Sinha in

India  /  Published 27.09.20

‘Scapegoats are required as a diversion’

By Romila Thapar in

Books  /  Published 15.09.20

The Heart Asks Pleasure First

Then she turns to him and in one swift move her T-shirt is off and in her hands, held out like an offering, like surrender. The cloth has caught around her wrists and cuffed her. Her body is the colou...
By The Telegraph in

Books  /  Published 26.08.20

Jaipur: most glam royal family

Bhaiya tried to further sabotage the romance by telling his mother, Indira, that the relationship between Jai and his ‘American golddigger’ was not serious. He also warned Virginia about t...
By The Telegraph in


Books  /  Published 07.01.19

The battle over the early Indians

Excerpted from Early Indians by Tony Joseph, published by Juggernaut, Rs 531...
By Tony Joseph in

India  /  Published 22.08.19

What drove Savarkar to Hindutva

Savarkar had entered the Cellular Jail a passionate promoter of Hindu–Muslim amity, having, among other things, lavished fulsome praise on the Muslim heroes of 1857 such as Awadh ruler Wajid Ali and...
By Vaibhav Purandare in

Business  /  Published 12.08.19

The inside story of Ranbaxy's dirty drugs scandal

Kumar’s document explained that while the company had slashed production costs and used the cheapest ingredients in those markets, it submitted data from the drugs that had been made for more regula...
By Katherine Eban in

India  /  Published 11.09.19

Why are young Muslims leaving Islam

And it is not just an American or Western phenomenon. Even deeply conservative countries with strict anti-apostasy regimes like Pakistan, Iran and Sudan have been hit by desertions. The Saudis were ta...
By Hasan Suroor in

Books  /  Published 16.03.20

Ingredients for a successful food business

***Finding suppliers and getting consistent quality ingredients remains our biggest challenge. We have no proper or adequate cold chain in our country. Dilutions and contaminations are routine. Produc...
By Kainaz Messman Harchandrai in


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