Jaishri Jethwaney -
Who funds elections is an open secret, but nothing much is written about it in the media, write Jaishri Jathwaney & Samir Kapur in their book ‘When India Votes’.
In his book ‘Hindu Rashtra’, writer Ashutosh explains how education and constitutional knowledge is resulting in greater Dalit assertion.
Rajat Gupta -
In his memoir Mind Without Fear, former head of McKinsey Rajat Gupta talks about his conviction in the 2012 insider trading case in the US.
Darrell Bricker -
Women’s growing aspirations will result in greater independence and fewer children, suggest the authors of the book ‘Empty Planet’.
Mars Orbiter Mission allowed Indians to see women scientists upfront, dispelling long-held stereotypes of the fuzzy-haired Einsteinian male scientist.
Prannoy Roy -
In their book The Verdict, authors Prannoy Roy and Dorab R. Sopariwala write how the ‘divide and rule’ strategy has been paying electoral dividends in India.
Salman Anees Soz -
A country in need of over 10 lakh jobs each month has its prime minister, Narendra Modi, latching on to flawed analysis to claim that all is well.
Preet Bharara -
Prosecuting diplomat Devyani Khobragade opened Preet Bharara to charges of betraying his Indian roots, the former US Attorney writes in 'Doing Justice'.
There is little evidence to prove that countries which have abolished the death penalty have a greater incidence of crime than those that have retained it.
Radhika Govindrajan -
Anthropologist Radhika Govindrajan explores why tales of bears having sex with women tell us more than just about feminine expressions of desire, in her book 'Animal Intimacies'.
Unlike villages, search for partners in cities shifts its focus from family and caste networks to friends and professional networks.
The Election Commission has suspended an IAS officer who had inspected PM Narendra Modi’s chopper in Odisha’s Sambalpur Tuesday.
China has already tested missile & EMP anti-satellite weapons from the ground. Now it’s using icebreaker ships in the Yellow Sea/Bohai Sea area.
The Modi-Shah BJP has resurrected dangers & the enemy from the past, and built a scary jingoism. It’s a great diversionary tactic, but it never ends well.