Issue: June ’12
Tuhin Sinha’s latest novel—The Edge of Desire—accentuates the vices that prevail in the Indian government.
Replete with profanity, lechery, drugs, and dirty secrets, Anurag Kashyap's latest is one of the most bad-ass movies ever to hit the silver screen in India.
A world of magic, marvels, and miracles; a world borrowed, stolen, yet far moved from the innocence of the happily-ever-afters.
In conversation with bestselling author Amitabha Bagchi about his recently released second novel The Householder.
Anjali Deshpande offers a scintillating take on one of the most tragic industrial accidents that the world has seen.
Author Girish Kohli speaks to us in an exclusive interview about his trippy debut novel Marathon Baba.
Where does one start when one starts to ponder such fundamental questions as the origins of life and the nature of time itself?
In Rajasthan, pride does not take on the ugly avatar of arrogance. It helps the people ground themselves in a coherent identity in the face of a fast globalising landscape.
The slow blossoming of a ‘monster’ into a human being has been wonderful to watch.
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