By Ruchir Joshi Today, the torture possibly starts again. Or maybe not. Maybe we still know how to play the 50-over game. Maybe Ravi Shastri has inserted some rigidity up the spines of our over-coddled heroes. In any case, painful though it is, ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
More than a hundred years ago, Austrian doctors Sigmund Freud and Josef Breuer discovered the nature of psychosomatic illness. Breuer's famous patient Anna O, who he started to treat in 1880, grew up well-adjusted but is said to have gone a bit ...Open, 4 days ago
With his long hair, trendy T-shirt and guitar hanging from his shoulder, 19-year old Setu Goyal is an unlikely food vendor as he wheels his cart from the parking area on IIM-Ahmedabad Road to his daily spot on the pavement. As soon as he dons his ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
By Shilpa Raina No more is the genre of erotica alien to Indian literature and no more are publishers afraid of the word sex. But what is new is the way writers are exploring women's sexuality, without shying away from writing about closed ...News India Times, 1 month ago Between the sheets Sex and sensuality in Indian books Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
"Cleaning out some bookshelves recently, I came across an old hardback. The colourful paper jacket had long gone but I recognized the book even before I read the title. Silverfish had mauled the pages but with extremely limited success. I cleaned the precious volume carefully before inserting some dried neem leaves and putting it back, leaning it by itself at one end of a long shelf."Ruchir Joshi on reading Enid Blyton in pre-television India.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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