Dilip Bobb The Indian Express Group
Sunday 19 May '13Individuals and issues that are making and faking news
Saturday 11 May '13Forty years on, Watergate is still the reference point for scandal
Saturday4 May '13Wading through sex, lies and videos in Goa
Sunday21 April '13Venice is a treat for those who enjoy history, Art and Getting lost in narrow passages.
Saturday20 April '13On the importance of delayed actions and reactions
Saturday9 March '13James Bond meets Ram Gopal Varma as Manil Suri closes off his trilogy
Sunday3 March '13Dilip Bobb goes skiing in Gulmarg, and learns to take the highs with the lows.
Saturday9 February '13A novel that vividly brings out the human face of conflicts
Saturday22 December '12A coming-of-age memoir about a man and a country
Saturday24 November '12Zoo Story is a bawdy and unconvincing epitaph for all things literary
Saturday13 October '12Political and social tensions of Turkey come to light through the story of a family and a dwarf in Orhan Pamuk''s early book Silent House
Saturday13 October '12The video''s success shows how traditional North-South patterns of cultural exchange are being upended
Saturday8 September '12Ian McEwan pulls off a love story amid the cultural cold war between the West and the Soviets
Saturday1 September '12A fascinating, if fictionalised, account of Proby Cautley, the forgotten Englishman who made the Ganges Canal
Saturday30 June '12Cricket becomes a metaphor for courage in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan
Tuesday26 June '12Her speech reminded us that the greatest modern political figures have supported non-violence
Saturday2 June '12Shashi Deshpande returns to fragile family relationships
Saturday19 May '12The durbar photographs offer more than a lavish spectacle. They intend to celebrate the empire
Wednesday18 April '12It''s sweaty, the timings are inconvenient, the teams have hardly any local players. But every IPL match sees huge crowds and wildly extrovert behaviour. What gives?
Saturday7 April '12The grit and gamble of life in Mumbai
Saturday24 March '12Looking at Hemingway''s life and loves from the deck of his boat Pilar
Wednesday21 March '12If you want a slightly better-looking version of Gaddafi you might cast Imran Khan, says Rushdie.
Monday13 February '12Two hundred years after his birth, a salute to the man who created some of the most iconic novels and characters in English literature.
Saturday21 January '12India specialises in idol worship despite all their flaws, we deify our cricketers, movie stars and politicians
Thursday22 December '11The e-reader may eventually win, but it kills the ritual of gifting a book