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Sudeep Paul


Heart of Evil
Sat, Dec 17, 2011

Anna Funder’s debut novel is a reminder of the price that Nazi Germany extracted from individuals

The terrorist complex
Fri, Jun 09, 2017

Does Carlos the Jackal’s trial show we no longer romanticise terror?

Israel’s loss of imagination
Wed, Sep 21, 2011

Abbas will never be a Palestinian hero,but that will not cure Israel’s inertia.

Not involved at Centraco site: Areva
Tue, Sep 13, 2011

EDF too claimed the accident was “industrial,not nuclear”.

Lines of Beauty
Sat, Sep 10, 2011

In Alan Hollinghurst’s new novel,a dead Georgian poet and a Victorian mansion are pitched against the grand sweep of history.

Aum and Ashanti
Sat, Aug 13, 2011

The moralising ambition of the novel eclipses its literary mechanics

Catching Yossarian
Thu, Aug 11, 2011

The ‘blasphemies’ of Joseph Heller’s masterpiece,50 years on

Owning a madman
Thu, Jul 28, 2011

Why Europe’s far-right cannot run away from Breivik now?

The Man in the Spare Room
Sat, Jul 23, 2011

Ali Smith’s novel is an intellectual tour de force of serious playfulness.

Darjeeling’s deliverance
Thu, Jun 09, 2011

Now Kolkata must look at Darjeeling as more than a summer holiday.

Painted faces,cold reason
Wed, May 25, 2011

Chidananda Das Gupta: critic,artist,taste-maker.

That Flash of Genius
Sat, May 14, 2011

Satyajit Ray and his Boswell with the camera,Nemai Ghosh.

Both sides of the veil
Fri, Apr 22, 2011

Wandering through the streets of Paris,listening into the debate du jour

Reactors can resist air crash too,says French firm
Thu, Apr 21, 2011

The EPR has the highest safety standards,it can resist an air crash — an Airbus A380 crash,which is the largest aircraft

The Spectre of Marx
Sat, Apr 02, 2011

Eric Hobsbawm argues for the relevance of Marx in a post-recession world

Calcutta,after Cairo
Wed, Feb 16, 2011

What kind of change is coming to a people that hate change?

The Spanish Armada
Sat, Feb 12, 2011

Granta attempts to do for Spanish-language writers what it did for young British and American writers. The editors’ conspiratorial game with the reader is to see how many of them become the next Llosa and Bolano.

The current of affairs
Mon, Jan 31, 2011

The Jaipur Literature Festival would be even livelier without Sociology 101

‘An immigrant is always a traitor’
Sun, Jan 30, 2011

Author Junot Diaz talks about immigrant selves and the shrinking room for contemplative art.

A new chapter,but it is far from the end for the novel
Mon, Jan 24, 2011

Is the novel heading to its death? Day 3 at the Jaipur Literature Festival tackled this question in a session titled ‘The Crisis of American Fiction’.

Coetzee here,Amis there,the solid book in between
Sun, Jan 23, 2011

There’s nothing in a literature festival more literarily stimulating than the carnival atmosphere.

Man Without Ambition
Sat, Jan 22, 2011

Paul Auster’s new novel is the perfect example of thoroughly enjoyable sloppy writing.

The artist begs to differ
Fri, Dec 24, 2010

What should we make of Tehran’s new censorship?

Don’t Tread on Grass
Sat, Dec 18, 2010

In this fictionalised memoir by Gunter Grass,he is tried by his eight children. Frustratingly,he does all the talking.

Tue, Nov 23, 2010

With Russia’s change of course,the new Strategic Concept is a reality