- A novel presages a dystopian world from a pandemic worse than Covid-19
- The politics of the kitchen sink
- The Flywheel of Jeff Bezos
- A neo-con rethinks
- Gunjan Veda's book seeks to break caste through sunlit stories from India
- Maharashtra's autumn of discontent
- Dislocation and mental health
- Durable relevance of Keynes
- Devdutt Pattanaik's new book overlooks questionable aspects of Hinduism
- The brutal face of peacekeeping
Book Reviews & Features
June 05, 2020, Friday
The End of October, published this April, has at its centre a fictional virus sweeping across the world, forcing people to live ...
June 04, 2020, Thursday
Sally Howard blends qualitative research, academic literature, pop culture and history with her own lived experience to bring ...
June 02, 2020, Tuesday
You cannot build a business that touches hundreds of millions of lives and thousands of companies and become the richest man on ...
June 01, 2020, Monday
Are we in danger of a crisis that will shatter our brilliant experiment in self-government? And, if so, what can we do about it?
May 29, 2020, Friday
Author Gunjan Veda confronts her own prejudices in the hesitant but brave epilogue of her book The Museum of Broken Tea Cups: ...
May 28, 2020, Thursday
This is why Kamlesh Sutar's book on the 36-day drama in Maharashtra, that eventually led to the installation of Uddhav Thackeray ...
May 26, 2020, Tuesday
It underlines the impact of displacement, communal violence, and the trust deficit on individuals across time and borders
May 24, 2020, Sunday
The Price of Peace, Zachary D Carter's outstanding new intellectual biography of John Maynard Keynes, offers a resonant guide to ...
May 22, 2020, Friday
A readable account of a devotee and mythologist's visit to 32 sites overlooks or romanticises several questionable aspects of ...
May 21, 2020, Thursday
What are the power dynamics between peacekeepers from various cultural backgrounds sent to a conflict zone, and the locals they ...
May 20, 2020, Wednesday
Mr Khalidi has written a sharply analytical and even-handed history of the nature of the Israeli state that would make educative ...
May 18, 2020, Monday
Fang Fang captures the shock and panic at the start of the quarantine
May 16, 2020, Saturday
In the debate over inequality, caste has played a key role. Instead, an ambitious agrarian reform, backed by a more ...
May 15, 2020, Friday
If you're done with endless TV re-runs of classic matches, Dhruv Munjal offers a choice of entertaining sports books to keep you ...
May 13, 2020, Wednesday
Our data collection methods have been skewed because over time, men have come to be considered as the default while the female ...
May 11, 2020, Monday
There is a pattern in Pelosi, Molly Ball's admiring and illuminating new biography of the most powerful woman in American
May 08, 2020, Friday
Julia Lovell's book on Maoism is concerned with understanding the phenomenon of Maoism when it swept the globe, in some places ...
May 07, 2020, Thursday
The book has been put together in a remarkably short period of time and the urgency is palpable
May 05, 2020, Tuesday
The author focuses on telling the story of what made Irrfan who he was
May 04, 2020, Monday
Barry Gewen tackles the contradictions, and offers absolution, in this book, a timely and acute defence of the great realist's ...