The roots of pakistan's suspicion towards India started in 1947. Husain Haqqani tells the history.
The Burning Forest author Nandini Sundar on the Maoist movement in Bastar, Salwa Judum, and how state institutions have failed the Bastar adivasis
These books courted trouble and faced political opposition, and in some cases, even bans.
Mridula Garg, author of Banjara Love [originally published as Chittacobra], on why the book, once called India's Lady Chatterley's Lover, was banned.
Aparna Sinha, author of political thriller Ashvamedha, on politics being the art of manipulation and why more young people are joining politics.
Maximum City author Suketu Mehta in conversation with Juggernaut publisher Chiki Sarkar
Equal rights activist Harish Iyer on discovering one's sexuality, coming out, and the difficulties of being LGBTQ in India.