American historian Stephen Dale goes to great lengths to uncover Babur the man and ruler, the strategist, and the patron of arts.
‘Memory in the Age of Amnesia’ echoes Mirza’s own 1984 film Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho. It is a rant as much as it is an argument, and is often uncomfortable.
Raza Rumi’s book will appeal to a broad range of readers interested in the artistic and cultural landscape of Pakistan.
In 'Conflict Management in Kashmir', scholar Mahapatra says initial trade momentum which was disrupted by political barriers can change. With Imran Khan assuming power in Pakistan...
The contrast is obvious and the impact ruthless in his new novella ‘Revenge Of The Non-Vegetarian’.
What starts out as a personal recount becomes a sharp & honest commentary on India’s culture.
Author Ratan Sharda conveniently omits that the RSS was never at the forefront of the independence movement, and kowtowed to the British govt.
Rana Safvi’s Forgotten Cities of Delhi is a handy addition to the popular literature on the capital’s rich, 1,500 years old history.
Written by Abhinav Chandrachud, the book explores the trajectory of dissenting opinions in judicial pronouncements among other issues. From judicial appointments and judicial pronouncements to...
With his book Kannur: Inside India’s Bloodiest Revenge Politics, Ullekh N.P. seeks to debunk the claims of victimhood made by the main players of the current spell of conflict, the BJP/RSS and the CPI(M).