My Take | The Heart of the Matter

Graham Greene is an author who explicitly weaves his life experiences into the fabrics of his works. We see this in how his Mexican travel was followed by The Power and Glory which tells the Continue reading...

My Take | Book Review: Atop the World in a Nano by Thomas Chacko

Atop the World is 65 year old Thomas Chacko’s first hand account of the epic eight day, 26500 km record breaking journey that he undertook to every State Capital, the four corners of the country Continue reading...

A Note to the Freshmen in Law School from The Era of Darkness – The British Empire in India

Ever questioned how our country which had all the major civilisations and glorious kingdoms is currently competing to recapture that same spot? I believe that today the amount of information that is generated world over Continue reading...

My Take | Ajaya: Roll of the Dice by Anand Neelankantan

“Until the lion learns how to write, every story will glorify the hunter.” The same stands true in the case of the side that loses a war. Seldom does it happen that life gives a Continue reading...

My Take | The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseni

The Kite Runner, the debut novel by the Afghan-American author, Khaled Hosseni, is a novel that even at first glance is prophetic of the fame that he would come to achieve. The novel, in its Continue reading...