October 02, 2020

Anjali Puri

  • Torchlights In The Swamp
    Torchlights In The Swamp

    Wit and restraint capture the venality of life in a Mumbai slum

  • 'I Felt More Gratuitously Menaced By The Police Here'
    'I Felt More Gratuitously Menaced By The Police Here'

    The author of Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity on her reporting...

  • The Lingua Fracta
    The Lingua Fracta

    Bridging the gulf between babuspeak and the popular tongue

  • Raja Bhojanalaya
    Raja Bhojanalaya

    Whether Bhopal’s nawabi fare, Indore’s ghee-saturated vegetarianism, or spartan tribal cuisine, a food...

  • Chakras Aligned?
    Chakras Aligned?

    India woos Buddhists at global congress, China stiffens up

  • Hawking Poison
    Hawking Poison

    Desperate US prisons look for lethal drugs from India. Should we market death?

  • Just A Head To Roll?
    Just A Head To Roll?

    Is Rajat Gupta all bad? Friends and ex-colleagues are divided on the former McKinsey boss.

  • A Detox For The System
    A Detox For The System

    A US-based doctor fights it out in India, wins Rs 1.34 crore for his wife’s death

  • Too Much Iron In the Diet...
    Too Much Iron In the Diet...

    Bail denial is itself a form of punishment. ‘Tangible’ justice? Or presumption of guilt?

  • Beyond Spade And Brush: Inner World Of Mazdoors
    Beyond Spade And Brush: Inner World Of Mazdoors

    A tale of Delhi’s itinerant labourers, told with restraint, potent irony, gentle humour and understated...

  • Haven’t We Met Before?
    Haven’t We Met Before?

    A Facebook group to bring Kashmiri Muslims, Pandits together catches on

  • Anand Giridharadas
    Anand Giridharadas

    Anand Giridharadas, on his book India Calling

  • “Our Paper Isn’t For Our Editors. It’s For People.”
    “Our Paper Isn’t For Our Editors. It’s For People.”

    The CEO of media colossus Bennett, Coleman & Co Ltd (BCCL) on brand-building, media ethics, controversies and...

  • Dreams Girl
    Dreams Girl

    Will love ever find a place in khap country?

  • Them Mango Blues
    Them Mango Blues

    As charges against the publishing don fly, various theories emerge

  • Play With The Khwaja
    Play With The Khwaja

    Humayun’s Tomb and Nizamuddin’s monuments are getting a shine. So are lives enmeshed in them.

  • ‘My Characters Are A Fusion, Not Exact Models’
    ‘My Characters Are A Fusion, Not Exact Models’

    On his new novel —Naipaul, Mayawati, Mala Singh ... and of course the new India

  • For Causerati To Pull A Fast One?
    For Causerati To Pull A Fast One?

    Political fasts as a weapon of protest recall Gandhi, but now exhibit a more ambiguous moral purpose

  • A Pie For Sam Weller
    A Pie For Sam Weller

    Cosy, wood-panelled, old worldish and above all, quite unobtrusive.

  • Seminar: Fit At Fifty
    Seminar: Fit At Fifty

    This old journal keeps the faith in the simple principle it was built on

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