Sometimes brash, always brilliant, but never boring, Christopher Hitchens was an enigma our present has no parallel for.
Shrutidhora P Mohor's novel is not just interesting because it can be read in any order, it is also a devastatingly unique story on love.
Despite being an exhaustive and immersive read, the book falls short of being a real game-changer.
As India celebrates its 74th Independence Day, it is time to revive the stories of these men and women, whose actions deserve a central place in the collective consciousness of …
No other Indian, to my mind, is as inherently paradoxical as Gandhi, which makes him a suitable surrogate for comprehending the contrasts that underpin India itself.