The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company by William Dalrymple reviewed
It was North Africans who did much of the conquering of north Britain for the Romans
The West must offer more than empty phrases of condemnation
Given the annexation of Jammu and Kashmir, shouldn’t Modi be getting the Israel treatment?
The orange man succeeds where the mandarins failed
Curfews, internet shutdowns and house arrests: is this the ‘darkest day’ in India’s democracy?
The forgotten ironies of the India-Israel alliance
He spearheads large projects that project his image across India in a presidential way
Much ado about Shakespeare in Indian cinema
Narendra Modi is soaking the country in stories of soldierly virtues
Imran Khan’s attempts to make peace are being deliberately thwarted
Gandhi: The Years That Changed the World: 1914–1948 by Ramachandra Guha reviewed
Anti-Christian persecution, for so long a great untold story, has started to gain the world’s attention. But the suffering of…