After 100 years as India’s capital, what forces are shaping the city’s development today?
Has the Constitution transformed Indian society?
Nehru’s former employee offers an amusing, rambling account of his own life
Two memoirs that sow some life into the parched landscape that is Indian autobiography
Forty-five years ago, a joint Indo-US espionage mission lost five kilograms of plutonium in the Himalayas. It’s still missing—but the government has decided to ignore the ongoing threat.
Ramachandra Guha’s anthology of Indian political thinkers masterfully chronicles an indigenous liberal tradition—but what lies beyond its boundaries?