India  /  Published 18.02.20

LeT planted Hindu Id on Kasab: ex-Mumbai top cop

Former Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria has claimed that the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) had planned to project the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack as a case of 'Hindu terror' and Pakistani terrorist Moha...
By PTI in Mumbai

Entertainment  /  Published 16.12.19

Papa CJ pens his memoir

Papa CJ was already ruling the stage both in the country and internationally, when the comedy wave finally hit the subcontinent. Performing for the last 15 years, his is a name that draws a niche crow...
By Shrestha Saha in

Entertainment  /  Published 05.08.19

The Sound of Julie Andrews

The South Bank, London’s premier cultural centre, will be filled later this year with the sound of Julie Andrews, one of the world’s best-loved actresses.Generations have grown up with Mary Poppin...
By Amit Roy in

Opinion  /  Published 26.05.19

The printed book: the comeback of the century

Not long ago I found myself inside the hushed and high-vaulted interior of a nursing home for geriatric books, in the forgotten city of St.-Omer, France. Running my white-gloved hands over the pages o...
By Timothy Egan / New York Times News Service in

Opinion  /  Published 09.04.19

Rajat Gupta’s memoir: the biggest gamble

Gupta’s book, written over two years, tackles multiple themes. There is betrayal and hurt by close friends and institutions, particularly one, McKinsey & Co., the global consulting giant that he...
By D. N. Mukerjea in

Books  /  Published 30.03.19

I made a mistake. I should have told my story

By Rajat Gupta in

People  /  Published 23.03.19

The world-class pianist the world never heard

That evening, 40 people sat in the dimly lit room on the second floor of Park Mansions, as Malavika spoke to academician Julie Mehta about another time, another music. It seems Monica, the only daught...
By Paromita Sen in

Books  /  Published 20.03.19

Screen Shots: A shelf of books by Bollywood celebrities

By TCA Srinivasa Raghavan in

Books  /  Published 14.03.19

TM Krishna writes about caste, privilege in art

Krishna has ever taken the stand that Indian art forms are dictated by ideas of caste and religion, and that allotment of human capability along those lines is unjustifiable. How and why these systems...
By S.D. Chaudhuri in

Books  /  Published 14.02.19

Tipu's soldier: Lost in history, found in fiction

The structure of Agnyatha: The Memoir of Tipu’s Unknown Commander reflects the slippery nature of fiction — or is it history? On the banks of the Cauvery in Cauverypura is a “hero-stone” which...
By Bhaswati Chakravorty in


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