Well – read
By Ross Adkin
Thimphu bookshops, language choice and the most recent clutch of fiction from Bhutan.
Love in the time of development
Pankaj Sekhsaria’s new novel about the Andaman islands turns real life into compell...
A new collection of stories provides layered representations of indigenous communitie...
'Hasan Ki Surat-e-Haal' marks an important formal departure from Pakistan’s Urdu li...
Reframing the city
Awadhendra Sharan's 'In the City, Out of Place' might be the most important book on D...
The Myanmar connection
‘Rendezvous With Rebels’ explores the links between Burma and the insurgency in I...
The 13 men from Subalpur
Sonia Faleiro's book on the Birbhum gang rape is riddled with inconsistencies and con...
No saints or miracles
By Namit Arora
Perry Anderson’s ‘The Indian Ideology’ bores through the orthodoxies of Indian ...
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