The collateral damage of harsh dogmas

Empire of the Moghul: Traitors in the Shadows by Alex Rutherford. Hachette India. Pages 368. Rs 599 Review by Roopinder Singh The sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir (1618 –1707) ruled for 49 years. The title Alamgir implied someone who would conquer the universe. He pushed the boundaries of the Mughal Empire further than any of his predecessors. The Mughals were …


All tied up

You might be hot under the collar. It may well be a sultry day. No matter what, wearing a cool tie can project calmness and control and lend a touch of brightness to your sober suits Roopinder Singh “Honey, which tie should I wear?” Much could be read in the plaintive cry for help that emanates from the lips of …