The inscrutable politics of Subramanian Swamy
The history of modern Indian architecture was brought down at the recent India Design Forum
Sharada Dwivedi was indefatigable. With her death, the project to preserve Bombay’s fragile heritage will get tougher
A personal history of the Oxford University Press India at 100
Pulling back the litfest palace curtains
Forty years on, a pilot recalls how he captured images of the Bangladesh Liberation War
A book that delights in how jazz—both as music and worldview—once infiltrated the emerging, cosmopolitan metropolis of Bombay
Ramanujan’s essay on the many Ramayanas argues for a truer scholarship
Has Tata Steel, one of India’s oldest and most-admired corporates, diverged from the ethical path laid down by its founding fathers?
Prakash Karat, the general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), responds to Ramachandra Guha’s essay about the faltering fortunes of India’s communist parties.