In 'Mountain Tales', Saumya Roy narrates the stories of rag-pickers and Mumbai's Deonar dwellers in shocking detail.
In ‘The Fractured Himalaya’, former foreign secretary Nirupama Rao writes how in the India-China relationship, the past shadows the present.
In 'Kamala Harris: Phenomenal Woman', columnist Chidanand Rajghatta outlines the US Vice President's life and legacy.
In ‘Sunrise Over Ayodhya’, Congress’ Salman Khurshid writes that on Hindu Rashtra, the BJP must know what it intends, but its leaders skirt issue to secure world recognition.
'An Actor’s Actor' by Hanif Zaveri and Sumant Batra provides a glimpse of Sanjeev Kumar's personal and professional life from his birth to death.
In 'Work: A History of How We Spend Our Time', anthropologist James Suzman traces a new history of humankind through the prism of work.
In 'Veer Savarkar', Mahurkar and Pandit say Savarkar's unalloyed nationalism could prevent Partition. Sadly, no one knows.
From Gandhi to Jyoti Basu to Didi, Bengal's back is broken by political violence, says Sugato Hazra in 'Losing the Plot'.
In ‘The Custodian of Trust’, former SBI chairman Rajnish Kumar writes about telling his 2.6 lakh employees to maintain ethics in banking and a work-life balance.
In ‘India vs UK’, former diplomat Syed Akbaruddin writes that India was prompted to enter the ICJ election ring in the wake of the Kulbhushan Jadhav case.