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Benjamin Kingsbury

‘Elegantly written, deeply moving, humane, angry without being polemical. One of the most compelling historical reconstructions of a climatic disaster tha...


Ralph Russel

For many people, Urdu is indelibly associated with a bygone era: the cultural renaissance of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the face of colonial opp...


Ian Bradford

The police snubbed Christopher and detained the driver; they interrogated him for about fifteen minutes and let him go… Christopher sauntered to the back...


Ismat Chughtai

‘In this novel, Chughtai—whose reputation as a celebrated and controversial icon of Urdu fiction rivalled Manto’s—told the story of the ...


Shyam Bhatia

Funny, moving, revealing and heartwarming, Bullets and Bylines reads like a thriller that takes the reader behind the scenes to understand the stories...


Shruthi Rao

For over 3000 years, the Indian subcontinent has contributed to fields as diverse as mathematics and science, spirituality and philosophy, as well as music and ...


Azim Premji

Inspiring lessons from some of the world’s wisest and pioneering business leaders. • What does it take to achieve success? • How can you take...


Ruskin Bond

‘If you live in the hills of India, it is only a matter of time before you meet a ghost…’ Vintage storyteller Ruskin Bond has created some...


Alice Perrin

A woman’s ghost comes calling for her devoted husband; an amulet hastily given to a British officer saves him from a man-eating tiger; a happily married y...


Swapna Liddle

What we know today as Chandni Chowk was once a part of one of the greatest cities of the world—the imperial city established by the Mughal emperor Shahjah...


Daya Pawar

The first Dalit autobiography to be published, Baluta caused a sensation when it first appeared, in Marathi, in 1978. It quickly acquired the status o...


Ashwin Parulkar , Saba Sharma , Amod Shah , Shikha Sethia

In 2005, starving members of the Bhuiya clan in one of Bihar’s poorest villages dug up a long-buried dead goat, cooked and ate it. Sixteen people died wit...