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Sucheta Dasgupta

Book Review | Apocalypse when, asks this brief history of superbugs

A must-read, and not only for science buffs

29 Jun 2024 1:04 PM

I feel I must embody the best version of my faith: Rana Safvi

All the world over, there is a lot of Islamophobia. And having travelled extensively, I have seen that.

20 Apr 2024 12:58 PM

Mita Kapur: I followed my instincts

It is as literary director for the prestigious JCB Prize for Literature that Mita has built herself a lasting legacy

13 Apr 2024 2:47 PM

Book Review | Nayanima’s testimony of Kabul’s fall has a few what-ifs, some caveats

Two days before Kabul fell to the Taliban the journalist proposed to write a despatch predicting its imminent takeover

30 Mar 2024 9:27 PM

Sucheta Dasgupta | Of Delhi, Kolkata and a sense of belonging

Exploring Delhi's statehood riddle as an ex-Kolkatan

24 Mar 2024 12:05 AM

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AI cannot imagine something new and original that can have impact years later: Laurent Daudet

The threat of AI-driven job loss and corporate takeover of the world is more real than we anticipated

09 Mar 2024 2:19 PM

In Facebook, there are no footnotes: Kai Bird

It’s a terrific thing to win the Pulitzer and it is the only award in America that actually helps to sell books

02 Mar 2024 5:16 PM

Sucheta Dasgupta | How not to navigate language chauvinists

Navigating language chauvinism in India: Unpacking its influence on identity, mobility, and the post-colonial linguistic landscape

25 Feb 2024 12:05 AM

I write sense into anarchy, share that vision with reader: Manoj Rupda

Hindi writer Manoj Rupda sheds light on the inspiration, significance of silence and political undertones in his critically acclaimed novel

22 Feb 2024 10:39 PM

Interview | Lakshmi, Radha, Sita a triptych on the sacred feminine: Namita Gokhale

The oldest reference to Lakshmi is as Shri and she appears in the ‘Sri Suktam’ and the Satapatha Brahmana

10 Feb 2024 12:12 PM

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Like food, literature omnipresent in all our lives: Maria Goretti

I write about life and love, and everything in-between. I don’t really dwell on objects

20 Jan 2024 1:45 PM

Is anonymity extinct? What about privacy

Duplicate software have come out in the wake of Clearview which is still highly controversial

08 Oct 2023 12:00 AM

Book Review | In defence of living things, big and small

The story has a powerful message that renders its effect both long-lasting and satisfying.

30 Jul 2023 12:10 AM

Book Review | The Viraraghavans of Kodaikanal and their zany roses

'Roses in the Fire of Spring' is both a tribute and documentation of the work of two intrepid rosarians

25 Jun 2023 12:43 AM

Book Review | Krishnagopal Mallick, an unsung literary pioneer

The credit for ‘discovering’ Krishnagopal Mallick goes to university professor and novelist Niladri R. Chatterjee

28 May 2023 12:10 AM

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Book Review | The art of being a writer

Review of of 'If I Could Tell You' by Soumya Bhattacharya.

29 Jan 2023 12:54 AM

Book Review | The soul of a river, poured into saga of fatherhood and crime

Roy’s success lies in the fact that it is actually comforting to read her work not just for the clarity but also the beauty it generates

20 Nov 2022 1:40 AM

Book Review | Welcome to the political compass’ third dimension

Meghan Daum is crisp, elegant and wryly humorous, and does not dump her traumas on the reader.

28 Aug 2022 12:02 AM

Book Review | Climate fantasy that captivates and concerns

Sinha preserves his voice in this work and deserves to be congratulated for presenting this literary gem to readers

18 Jun 2022 11:47 PM

Book review | Women need the facts on how to identify a Parsi

The DNA ancestry report of Parsis in India differs considerably from those of Iranians and Iranian Zoroastrians, reveals the author

29 May 2022 1:37 AM

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