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Articles labelled ‘Reviews’

  • Book Review: Impeachment

    Anjali Deshpande offers a scintillating take on one of the most tragic industrial accidents that the world has seen.
  • Book Review: Urban Shots (Series)

    If you were to read stories about a regular day in your city, would they capture your interest long enough for you to reach the end?
  • CD Review: S.T.D.

    Sridhar/Thayil are still one of the most eccentric, experimental, and unique bands in the Indian scene.
  • Film Review: Shame

    Often nightmarish, Shame can be best described as a story about neurosis and dysfunction.
  • Book Review: Blue

    With books such as the Tranquebar Book of Erotic Stories from Sri Lanka, literary erotica is slowly carving a niche of its own in the Indian market.
  • Book Review: Artist, Undone

    This is a book for those who enjoy glimpsing into the lives of others, watching from afar and analysing why they are the way they are.
  • Book Review: The Lost Story

    Perhaps the reality is that only segments of stories are ours to tell, that the gaps must be filled by others.
  • CD Review: Till You Appear

    Sulk Station’s hypnotic trip hop quivers with madness, lust, and most importantly, obsession.
  • CD Review: Stormy Weather

    Although the mingling of east and west occasionally misses the mark, all in all, Gods Robots is worth a listen.
  • Book Review: Tamasha in Bandargaon

    In the fictional suburb of Bandargaon, hilarity and love rise from the seediness of the local underground gambling den and the self-righteousness of its educated citizens.
  • Book Review: The Newsroom Mafia

    For those interested in Mumbai's underworld and the underbelly of journalism, this book might make interesting reading.
  • Book Review: Scammed

    Ahmed Faiyaz's latest is recommend for those who are looking for an uncomplicated, light, suspense-spun tale.

The Tap #9

By Ramya Sriram