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Mehr: Love Across the Border

Mehr: Love Across the Border

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Tasting India Symposium: Food for thought

Tasting India Symposium: Food for thought

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Conversations with Khushwant Singh

Conversations with Khushwant Singh

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Andrew Otis: The Story of India's first newspaper

Andrew Otis: The Story of India's first newspaper

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From the archives: Meeting Mann in Cambridge

From the archives: Meeting Mann in Cambridge

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Trysts with India

Trysts with India

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Anuradha Roy: Past forward

Anuradha Roy: Past forward

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A River Splits The City and other poems

A River Splits The City and other poems

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Sridevi: When Grace Danced

Sridevi: When Grace Danced

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I let my ear guide me to sounds I like: Shubh Saran

I let my ear guide me to sounds I like: Shubh Saran

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The LaLiT: Towards Making a Difference

The LaLiT: Towards Making a Difference

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Swati Roy: No Child’s Play

Swati Roy: No Child’s Play

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Preti Taneja: A Gaze at World’s Darkness

Preti Taneja: A Gaze at World’s Darkness

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Chronicles of an unrepentant civil servant

Chronicles of an unrepentant civil servant

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The Man Who Cycled from India to Europe for Love

The Man Who Cycled from India to Europe for Love

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'When we fall in love, we each feel our story is unique'

'When we fall in love, we each feel our story is unique'

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The Lost and Found Story of a Fort

The Lost and Found Story of a Fort

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‘My novel lingers on people wedded to visas, passports’

‘My novel lingers on people wedded to visas, passports’

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‘As actors, we’ve to explore personally what works for us’

‘As actors, we’ve to explore personally what works for us’

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‘I used a small town as prototype of the world’

‘I used a small town as prototype of the world’

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In telling a story there’s an implicit bond, an embrace: Graham Swift

In telling a story there’s an implicit bond, an embrace: Graham Swift

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I’m interested in breaking stereotypes: Sabyn Javeri

I’m interested in breaking stereotypes: Sabyn Javeri

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I wanted to show the link between male honour and female body in India: Prayaag Akbar

I wanted to show the link between male honour and female body in India: Prayaag Akbar

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On the record: Vijay Nair, Only Much Louder founder and CEO, on his journey so far

On the record: Vijay Nair, Only Much Louder founder and CEO, on his journey so far

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A Fare to Remember

A Fare to Remember

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Examining history can be a way of learning about present: Shazia Omar

Examining history can be a way of learning about present: Shazia Omar

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Jinnah and Ruttie: When  politics broke up a marriage

Jinnah and Ruttie: When politics broke up a marriage

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Real beauty is linked to truth: Shakti Maira

Real beauty is linked to truth: Shakti Maira

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Why Pakistan? A novel tries to find an answer

Why Pakistan? A novel tries to find an answer

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Shazia Omar's Dark Diamond: A riotous ride on a time machine

Shazia Omar's Dark Diamond: A riotous ride on a time machine

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Publishers must focus on authors, and telling stories: Charlie Redmayne

Publishers must focus on authors, and telling stories: Charlie Redmayne

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Delhi’s most significant annual art event gets into its second decade

Delhi’s most significant annual art event gets into its second decade

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My art practice is about social conditions, issues that affect women: Anila Quayyum Agha

My art practice is about social conditions, issues that affect women: Anila Quayyum Agha

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I prefer writing to affect my relationship with life at large: Shahnaz Bashir

I prefer writing to affect my relationship with life at large: Shahnaz Bashir

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Our list is small, our acquisitions curated: Dharini Bhaskar, Editorial Director, S&S India

Our list is small, our acquisitions curated: Dharini Bhaskar, Editorial Director, S&S India

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Indian authors selling better than before: Rahul Srivastava, MD, Simon & Schuster India

Indian authors selling better than before: Rahul Srivastava, MD, Simon & Schuster India

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Art isn’t about truth at all, but without it we’d be lost: Anil Menon

Art isn’t about truth at all, but without it we’d be lost: Anil Menon

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Every book has to be great on its own terms: Carolyn Reidy

Every book has to be great on its own terms: Carolyn Reidy

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I often do have a sense of the beginning and the end: Anjali Joseph

I often do have a sense of the beginning and the end: Anjali Joseph

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Through a Glass Darkly: A conversation with Manjula Padmanabhan

Through a Glass Darkly: A conversation with Manjula Padmanabhan

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Pigeons by Sanjeev Sethi

Pigeons by Sanjeev Sethi

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Don't forget to mention in your piece that I love India: E M Forster

Don't forget to mention in your piece that I love India: E M Forster

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A Brief History of Seven Killings: An Extract

A Brief History of Seven Killings: An Extract

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Shutter Islands

Shutter Islands

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Reading Father: My Ear at His Heart

Reading Father: My Ear at His Heart

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