Editor | Non-fiction When JBS Haldane died in 1964, in Bhubhaneswar, he was an Indian scientist. He had the passport, but he also had a deep and abiding love for the country. His move to India was the final act in the boisterous life of Haldane, a geneticist, a staunch Communist and an all-round rabble-rouser.
Day: December 10, 2019
Editor | Non-fiction Do you wish to learn the craft of cracking woke jokes? Or spend all your time on social media and yet give an illusion of productivity? In this collection of satirical essays in her deft, inimitable style, Naomi Datta tells you how to survive various situations-from how to befriend tiger moms to