Long before the recent rise in Islamophobia, distrust of Hinduism was rife among Britain’s ruling class.
Mihir Bose challenges the perception of Winston Churchill as a demi-god who was essential to Britain's war effort.
The Great War raised hopes of Indian independence, but it would take another conflict to make it a reality.
Mihir Bose recalls a classic case highlighting the problems with Britain’s antiquated libel laws.
The modern Olympic Games are an international phenomenon, often criticised for their controlling commercialism. However, as Mihir Bose explains, they owe their origins to a celebrated novel set in an English public school.