Why a mysterious Delhi tomb adorns the cover of Arundhati Roy’s new book
An Indian journalist shot the cover photograph of 'The Ministry Of Utmost Happiness'. But its precise location may just go to the grave with him
Dilliwallahs have a new lexicon for the seasons they encounter. We now identify them according to the specific kinds of illnesses we need to fend off, or the PM level in the air we breathe. So writer and photographer Mayank Austen Soofi (an employee of HT Media, which publishes Mint), on being asked when Arundhati Roy approached him for an image for the cover of her new novel, says it was last year, “during the time of dengue and chikungunya".