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Crimson City by Madhulika Liddle

Historical fiction is a difficult genre for an author to attempt; after all it is an imaginary narrative that has to be set in the remote past, while depicting the chosen time period and its cultures with accuracy, believability and depth. 385 more words


Madhulika, the Mysterious Muzaffar Jung Author!

By Gayatri T Rao
Today, almost all criminal cases are solved by technology in the form of forensic science. But just imagine if this facility were not present? 991 more words

Gayatri T Rao

Book Review: My Lawfully Wedded Husband & Other Stories

Let’s begin by saying that I’m not a great follower of short stories. I’ve read very few anthologies in my life. The last one I read was a collection by Khushwant Singh. 561 more words

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Book Review: Housefull: The Golden Age of Hindi Cinema

Despite the fact that I love reading as much as I enjoy watching films, I don’t read too much cinema-related writing. Part of the reason is that a lot of what I see in bookstores consists of biographies or autobiographies, and I have a horror of picking up one of those, only to find myself reading the sordid details of people’s personal lives. 1,766 more words

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Introducing another guitarist: Sammy Daula

Do you recognise this tune? (The clip’s only a few seconds long, so it won’t take much time to listen to it). I’m sure most of you who like old Hindi film music will be able to guess this one. 592 more words

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Interview with Madhulika Liddle

Madhulika Liddle is a very talented writer. I have reviewed two of her books earlier and can say that she is very good. Here’s a short interview with her. 643 more words