Siddharth Chowdhury is the most underrated contemporary Indian writer. He is no celebrity, however, and calls himself “that strange pariah of the literary world: the writer’s writer”.
16 Oct 2016 2:17 AM
Bruce Riedel’s JFK’s Forgotten Crisis: Tibet, The CIA, and The Sino-Indian War — “forgotten” because the Americans were busy having a showdown with the USSR over the Cuban Missile Crisis at the same time as the war between India and China during October-November 1962 — is excellent for a variety of reasons.
13 Feb 2016 8:04 PM
The first question that comes to mind is why a book on Akhilesh Yadav when he’s only been chief minister of Uttar Pradesh for a year-and-a-half Even for an administrative genius, that’s too short a time for an assessment.
05 Oct 2013 7:44 PM