New York Magazine
Hypochondriacs, skip this one. For the rest of you, it’s an excellent explainer to understand how the virus that is wreaking havoc around the world works.
– Manisha Pande
Sagar explains why the sahayak, or buddy, culture of the Indian Army is extremely exploitative and colonial. And why it must be done away with.
– Anusuya Som
Based on the book of the same title by Robert Kolker, the series follows a desperate woman determined to find her missing daughter. Her personal investigation leads the police to several unsolved murdered of sex workers. It’s a commentary on how crimes against sex workers are not taken as seriously as they should be.
– Anukriti Malik
Dennis Altman, professorial fellow in human security at La Trobe University, underlines the need for global leaders to cooperate and urgently address the question of human security.
– Hameeda Syed
A novel about a powerful minister who, while dealing with the machinations of politics, must constantly work on his relationships with his dozen kids. It’s a fun read.
– Ayan Sharma