Coping with the Challenge of Conversions
Conversions for valid change of opinion due to loss of faith in one’s original faith cannot be denied to anyone in a democratic country, but ... Read More
Book Review- Keki Daruwalla’s Swerving to Solitude: Letters to Mama
Daruwalla’s aversion to present-day BJP leadership is evident in the form of a forecast from the minor character Elham who, true to her name, has ... Read More
Book Review: The Infidel Next Door By Rajat Mitra
History is like an empress, angry with a whip in hand, who demands obedience to the written word. Memory is the mother who holds us ... Read More
Why do Indian Writers Love an Ugly India?
Is it being done to drum up the socialist/humanist credentials of authors? Or is it catering to the western readers craving for exotic narratives – ... Read More