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An Escape That History Forgot

December 20, 2013 12:23

History bears witness to the fact that, over the years, prison terms have often acted as a launching pad against unjust rule

Life And Hope In A Conflict Zone

December 20, 2013 12:15

Of the civil wars that have shaped the modern course of world history, Africa has sadly had the lion’s share of them in its kitty

An Irreverent Take

December 13, 2013 11:35

Somewhere in Jonathan Aitken's close-to-800 pages leviathan on Margaret Thatcher, there is an interesting anecdote

The Men Who Shaped World Cinema

December 13, 2013 11:18

If you admire Alexander Sokurov the most among contemporary Russian filmmakers, you’d find a hole in this book

Holding Their Own in a Man's World

December 6, 2013 12:19

Pandora's Daughters by veteran journalist Kalyani Shankar aims to illuminate and interpret the strengths and weaknesses of eight prominent

End of Story?

November 29, 2013 12:40

Electronic media today wields undeniable power over our collective conscience. It shapes our perceptions, gives voice to our grievances and often functions as a tool for real or imagined social change. In this climate of incessant

Courage and Conviction An Autobiography

November 29, 2013 12:36

Naresh Chandra Committee was set up to review the national security mechanism and to recommend its own proposals as to how improve the things. This was almost a decade after the Kargil Review Committee

Young Tagore

November 22, 2013 15:02

This certainly cannot be the last word, but it is definitely a word that counts for a great deal. Young Tagore: The Makings of a Genius, authored by Sudhir Kakar, is, as the book’s cover flap claims,

A White Trail

November 22, 2013 14:57

Communal hatred, communal tension and communal riots are end result of the Divide – Rule Policy adopted by Britishers in the Indian Sub-Continent. Thanks to pains of partition, both India and Pakistan have treated

India At Risk

November 15, 2013 17:23

In recent times security has become the most discussed issue in the country. It covers a wide gamut

I am Malala

November 15, 2013 12:51

Last month many millions were disappointed when the Noble Committee chose the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons for peace prize instead

India At Risk

November 15, 2013 12:44

In recent times security has become the most discussed issue in the country. It covers a wide gamut

Meeting the English

November 9, 2013 16:26

Anyone familiar with England of the 80s would be aware of the 'Hampstead novel'. The pejorative term refers to a series of self-consciously intellectual

Mughal-e-Azam: Legend as Epic

November 9, 2013 16:17

It is perfectly befitting that writer Anil Zankar dedicates this monograph about one of the most memorable films ever made

Alternative Realities

November 1, 2013 17:49

Popular narratives of Islamist terrorism, talibanization and communal hatred in the mainstream media and 24X7 electronic media often limit perspectives that no life exist beyond medieval barbarism in the Indian Sub-Continent.


Issue Dated: Feb 5, 2017