How luxury brands see you ~ by Aastha Atray Banan; Kallol Datta: The anti-designer ~ by Chinki Sinha; Why Mumbai’s fashion will never catch up with Delhi’s ~ by Aastha Atray Banan; How Jadau Kundan jewellery became high fashion ~ by Arindam Mukherjee; Six designers who rule the runway; Stylish Indian cricketers of the past and present ~ by Akshay Sawai; Squeals on wheels ~ by Lhendup G Bhutia; Extreme makeovers a la the Basrai brothers ~ by Bhairavi Jhaveri.
He did a far better job of gaining knowledge of the larger sweep of history than any of his contemporaries. The confidence with which we condemn Nehru exposes the narrowness of our certainties more than it detracts from his achievements
Aatish Taseer's new novel, The Way Things Were, is an Indian classic spanning the eventful decades between the Emergency and the advent of Modi, set in Lutyens' Delhi. The novelist in conversation with the Editor of Open magazine