Rashmee Roshan Lall
Total 31 Posts
In all the days that the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II lay in state in London, the British government remained shtum, imperious, and foxy.
David Olusoga’s unique perspective stands out in the rushing rivers of reminiscence, royal praise, anecdote and biographical sketch.
To all those sincere campaigners for diversity, is visual diversity enough?
The mother of one of my Ukrainian friends leaves London next month. She’s going home, my friend says, her eyes lowered. For how long, it’s not clear.
Say the words “new world”. What image comes to mind? The United States? Possibly Canada? Maybe Mexico or Chile? What about India?
Salman Rushdie features in almost every story about India, a country that he is fascinated with, that is in his bones. But is he the master or victim of our times?