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  • 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.
  • CD Review: Sky Rabbit

    Quirky and talented, the artists formerly known as Medusa have regrouped as a fresh entry into India's alternative music scene.
  • Book Review: The Sense of an Ending

    When we try to capture past thoughts and memories, more often than not we end up grasping not memories, but moments.
  • Book Review: Hot Tea Across India

    Lapse of better judgement or otherwise, Rishad Saam Mehta's travel stories are a treat to read.
  • Book Review: Death in Mumbai

    Written by Meenal Baghel, the book ably documents the disappearance and murder of Neeraj Grover.
  • CD Review: Sinema

    An album that throws up a brand new soundscape that is both nostalgic and revolutionary at the same time.
  • Book Review: Hansi

    If Barbie dressed like an early 20th century European country girl, started overdosing on Nazi philosophy, and wanted to marry Jesus, then you would probably get Hansi.
  • CD Review: Curious Toys

    It’s almost like the Dave Matthews Band and Pearl Jam had a baby in Chennai.
  • Book Review: 1888 Dial India

    Anuvab Pal's book takes a long, hard look at modern Indian society through glasses coated with exaggeration, irony, and humour.
  • Book Review: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

    A coming-of-age story, there is something about Stephen Chbosky's book that is wildly reminiscent of The Wonder Years.
  • Book Review: Revolution 2020

    When Chetan Bhagat’s characters are in love, they don’t just love each other, they own each other.

The Tap #1

By Ramya Sriram