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The Unsafe Asylum by Anirudh Kala: Review

The Unsafe Asylum by Anirudh Kala: Review

Title: The Unsafe Asylum

How India Became Democratic by Ornit Shani: Review

How India Became Democratic by Ornit Shani: Review

Title: How India Became Democratic

Dalai Lama apologises for statement on Jawaharlal Nehru, says ‘past is past’

Dalai Lama apologises for statement on Jawaharlal Nehru, says ‘past is past’

Bengaluru: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today apologised for his statement that India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru ...Read More

Mahatma Gandhi wanted Mohammad Ali Jinnah as PM, but Jawaharlal Nehru refused: Dalai Lama

Mahatma Gandhi wanted Mohammad Ali Jinnah as PM, but Jawaharlal Nehru refused: Dalai Lama

Panaji: Had Jawaharlal Nehru not been self-centred, India and Pakistan would have been one country, the Dalai Lama said on Wednesday, add...Read More

From Quetta to Delhi: A Partition Story by Reena Nanda- Review

From Quetta to Delhi: A Partition Story by Reena Nanda- Review

Title: From Quetta to Delhi: A partitioned storyAuthor: Reena NandaPublisher: BloomsburyPages: 350; Price:Rs 170

Lost and found, in translation

Lost and found, in translation

Book: Two

The Heroine and Other Stories by D. Jayakanthan: Review

The Heroine and Other Stories by D. Jayakanthan: Review

The Heroine and other stories

Independence Day Special: India, then and now

Independence Day Special: India, then and now

It is almost seventy years since India became independent. Today, many of us who rejoice in India’s current record as one of the fastest ...Read More

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Bhopal: Merger property issue irks migrant settlers

Bhopal: Displaced residents from Pakistan protested against the state government for declaring their ‘custodian’ properties as ‘merger pr...Read More

Vidya wonders why not many films made on women and partition

Vidya wonders why not many films made on women and partition

Mumbai: Vidya Balan is stepping into the shoes of a woman torn between India-Pakistan in her next “Begum Jaan” and the actress says the f...Read More

The threat liberal secularists don’t see

The threat liberal secularists don’t see

Intense pain is never prolonged. Prolonged pain is never intense. Pakistan has inflicted so much pain that we have virtually internalised...Read More

Book Review: Regret

Book Review: Regret

Deeply moving, Ikramullah’s two novellas skilfully evoke the long shadow cast by the violence of Partition.

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Pak writer’s debut novel talks of Partition

New Delhi: Taha Kehar was born nearly 44 years after Partition but he revisited that era tracing Pakistan’s personal trajectory through w...Read More

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