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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sheela Reddy

Articles by Sheela Reddy

Vote For Baba Ramdev?

Vote For Baba Ramdev?

Mar 14, 2011 Sheela Reddy

It’s not really the joke it seems. The yoga guru is voicing a mass sentiment. It’s getting him attention,...

There Is No Other Way

There Is No Other Way

Feb 07, 2011 Sheela Reddy

Dr Binayak Sen resisted every effort to make this a personal story, insisting it is everyman’s

Kishwar Desai

Kishwar Desai

Jan 31, 2011 Sheela Reddy INTERVIEWS Kishwar Desai

Her thriller Witness the Night wins the Costa First Book Award, a prestigious UK literary prize

‘Now, Economic Change Will Drive Indian Politics’

‘Now, Economic Change Will Drive Indian Politics’

Jan 17, 2011 Sheela Reddy INTERVIEWS Patrick French

The author of India: A Portrait—An Intimate Biography of 1.2 Billion People on the many unpredictable ways...

Harbour Of Good Hope

Harbour Of Good Hope

Jan 10, 2011 Sheela Reddy

Visakhapatnam’s tryst with destiny has been too long in the making

Dial D For Denims

Dial D For Denims

Dec 20, 2010 Sheela Reddy

Muzaffarnagar girls are standing up for their jeans and cellphones

The Word Become Flesh

The Word Become Flesh

Dec 06, 2010 Sheela Reddy ON Khushwant Singh

The Sunset Club, says the indefatigable Khushwant Singh, 96, is his swansong. Or so he says.

Rajinder’s Tikka Khanate

Rajinder’s Tikka Khanate

Nov 01, 2010 Sheela Reddy

Along the way, a dhaba that crossed our path has grown up

The Cobra Goes To Greece

The Cobra Goes To Greece

Oct 04, 2010 Sheela Reddy ON Aniruddha Bahal

The indefatigable King of Sting is back with another yarn of match -fixing in chariot races and gory deaths

Wisps Of Trout

Wisps Of Trout

Sep 27, 2010 Sheela Reddy

If you want the music turned down, as we did, then you are too old for Smoke House Deli.

Churchill’s Famine?

Churchill’s Famine?

Sep 06, 2010 Sheela Reddy

A new book indicts Britain’s wartime PM for millions of deaths in the 1943 Bengal famine

The Commune Of Roots

The Commune Of Roots

Aug 23, 2010 Sheela Reddy

The lonely, atomised farmer? There’s a new ilk out there—sharing, learning, and reaping.

Geeta Anand

Geeta Anand

Aug 02, 2010 Sheela Reddy INTERVIEWS Geeta Anand

The Pulitzer prize-winning Wall Street Journal reporter on her book, The Cure, which inspired the Hollywood...

‘Development Is A Contraceptive’

‘Development Is A Contraceptive’

Jul 26, 2010 Sheela Reddy INTERVIEWS Ashish Bose

India’s foremost demographer explains how India ended up with the world’s largest population despite 60...

‘Khaps Have To Reform’

‘Khaps Have To Reform’

Jul 12, 2010 Sheela Reddy INTERVIEWS Prem Chowdhry

What explains the phenomenon of rising violence against couples flouting rules of arranged marriages?

Javier Moro

Javier Moro

Jul 12, 2010 Sheela Reddy INTERVIEWS Javier Moro

A month after his book on Sonia Gandhi raised a storm, the author reflects on The Red Sari

Drukonian Moves

Drukonian Moves

Jun 14, 2010 Sheela Reddy

Bhutan is swearing by happiness. But is it such a good thing?

Madam Mossless

Madam Mossless

May 24, 2010 Sheela Reddy ON Vina Mazumdar

The ’70s feminist icon looks back with pride

On Your Mercs

On Your Mercs

May 17, 2010 Sheela Reddy

Driving a Merc is Aurangabad’s way of telling the world they’re not backward

Rana Dasgupta

Rana Dasgupta

Apr 26, 2010 Sheela Reddy INTERVIEWS Rana Dasgupta

On winning the Commonwealth Writers’ best book prize for Solo