Remo Fernandes writes about meeting India’s former PM Rajiv Gandhi.
Browsing: Book Extract
You have to break down your performance shot by shot, you have to understand your opponent down to the slight frown on her face, writes Pullela Gopichand in his autobiography Shuttler’s Flick
In his book Pride Prejudice and Punditry, Shashi Tharoor writes about how the books he read as a child and the word puzzles he played helped him become the wordsmith he is today.
Gender equality is still a distant dream in South Asia even today, writes Upinder Singh in ‘Ancient India’.
Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne became a strong sociopolitical commentary on the notion of war and peace, writes Bhaskar Chattopadhyay in ‘The Cinema Of Satyajit Ray’.
Excerpts from Sonali Ved’s book Whose Samosa Is It Anyway?: The Story of Where ‘Indian’ Food Really Came From
GS Sachdeva’s book Sacred and Profane explores the unusual customs and rituals in the Indian subcontinent.
A candidly honest account of the life of Shivarama Karanth and wife Leela.
Excerpt from Coomi Kapoor’s book The Tatas, Freddie Mercury & Other Bawas on the role of Parsi championing women’s rights in India.
Author and researcher Shashank Shekhar Sinha explains how a Sufi saint influenced the choice of Fatehpur Sikri, the new Mughal capital under Akbar’s rule.