Jairaj Singh

OPEN TO OPINION

Gulp Fiction

Editor, DailyO

VOICES

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May the 4S be with you

[Book extract] How the famous dive bar of Defence Colony became the king of clubs.

VARIETY

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ART & CULTURE

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Love, sex and nothing in Hanif Kureishi's new novella

A tightly wound drama of lust and betrayal, the book renders neither a tragedy nor a farce.

POLITICS

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Not In My Name: Notes from a protest

Delhi that assembled on June 28 in large droves was privileged and well-heeled. But sick to the stomach.

ART & CULTURE

 |  Gulp Fiction  |   4-minute read

So long, Leonard Cohen

To me, he was one of the most literary and profound singer-songwriters ever.

LIFE

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LISTS OF JOY

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5 graphic novels that bring me joy

Bringing some Diwali cheer from the newsroom.

ART & CULTURE

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ART & CULTURE

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In Bhutan, Pico Iyer on stillness and Leonard Cohen

Nothing really escapes him. His mind is sharp; his voice is soft.

ART & CULTURE

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Tale from the womb: Ian McEwan's Nutshell

The Booker Prize-winning writer's modern-day version of ‘Hamlet’ is told from the perspective of an unborn baby.