In his comic novel, Lost for Words, the much shortlisted and awarded Edward St Aubyn draws a profile of a jury that cannot but bring to mind parallels with the Man Booker Prize.
The publishing history of Ulysses reminds us that what makes Joyce’s book difficult is a facet of what makes it liberating.
With the football alone, you may not be able to fully comprehend the “moments of grace” in the stadiums of Brazil.
A debut novel of great beauty that reveals its brilliance upon each reading
What a cuisine tells you about its provenance.
We need to talk about what needs to change, and what doesn’t, about our electoral system
K.D. Singh ran a bookshop that allowed and nurtured the discovery of books.
This summer in Brazil, keep an eye out for the message from beyond the field of play, in the stands and on the streets.
The Everest story must be re-assessed to give Sherpas their due — because they are there.
India has to square up to the full breadth of its influence on cricket. IPL 2014 is the place to begin.
For the Test to fulfil its potential for great cricket,teams must be given more time to prepare.
Ricky Pontings straight-talking account offers a glimpse into the mind of a great sportsperson.
A new anthology of cricket writings shows how each spectators reading of the game gives cricket its special place.
The interesting question is: how will a party born of a protest movement that claimed to be free of party politics and politicians now transact power?
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Legislatures across the world have become arenas of partisan deadlock.
Malcolm Gladwell's latest book is a disjointed rehash of already-learnt life lessons.
Guess what? We may be smarter than we had thought.
This winter,grab a reminder of crickets long arc in the West Indies.
After a great playing career,he still has some dues to pay to cricket.