When Fusilier Lee Rigby was murdered on a South London street in 2013, by attackers who claimed to be Islamists, the shock for many locals lay not so much in the brutal details
Rome may be the Eternal City and Bombay, Maximum City, but if we take literature as our guide, London possesses a hundred names — and a good many of them unprintable.
Last year, I nearly lost my father. He was 83 and suffering from dengue fever, which could have been fatal.
“See London,” says one of the five narrators of Guy Gunaratne’s debut novel.