Tête-à-Tête with Arjun Nath

What was your latest “OK Boomer” moment? This is a tricky one because I’m nearly old enough to be considered a Boomer myself! I was attending a wedding recently and an older gentleman — within a few minutes of meeting me for the first time ever — asked why I wasn’t married yet. When I…

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On Hope and Healing

by Tanu Shree Singh ‘Last three years have been a struggle after Mom passed away. Darkless brought a sense of calm to me. That I am okay. That I will be okay,’ a woman my age wrote in a few days back. ‘I read this to my boy. After we turned the last page, he…

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Writing a Superhero(ine) Novel

By Rajorshi Chakraborti About two years ago, I found I wanted to write a superhero novel! I was no doubt influenced by the wave of superhero movies and shows that has been such a dominant trend this past decade. I’m susceptible to influences of that sort: my wife points out that if a character picks…

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Phunchok Stobdan Answers Our Burning Questions

The Great Game in the Buddhist Himalayas by Phunchok Stobdan is an attempt to provide several unknown insights into the India-China, India-Tibet and China-Tibet relationships. The book tries to take into consideration the overriding power of the conflicting cultural interests that are linked to the geopolitical interests of both China and India. At the same time, the book…

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