Our broken justice system and fractured executive are constantly legitimising bureaucratic totalitarianism to pave the way for the transition of India to a Kafkaesque dystopia.
The late poet Mary Oliver is a lifeboat to those far from the shore of being.
How a London-based publishing house is erasing the consumer driven nature of book printing by publishing books with just the title and the name of the author.
In her bestseller 'Weather', Jenny Offill tells the story of a librarian named Lizzie and her wry take on life in times of climate change.
A revolutionary intellectual, a complete leader and a compassionate reformer, Ambedkar's achievements are beyond measure, his impact unfathomable.
While some celebrate Saudi Arabia's broadening media landscape, human rights organisations fear that imprisoned women's activists and government critics are being neglected.
How words change over time and why insisting that their original meaning be adhered to is silly.