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Suresh Menon
Reviewed by Uma Mahadevan - Dasgupta
Why don't you write something I might read?Crisp, engaging, unhurried essays on reading and writingWhat is it that sparks a lifelong reading habit? According to Suresh Menon: ...
Kavery Nambisan
Reviewed by Ramya Kannan
A Luxury Called HealthWorking through the maze of medical practice, particularly in villages, Kavery Nambisan's memoir pulls no punchesAmong the perks of being ...
Pramod Kapoor
Reviewed by KRA Narasiah
1946 Last War of Independence Royal Indian Navy MutinyPramod Kapoor transforms a footnote in history into a remarkable account of a rebellion that convinced the British it was ...
Edited by Pankaj Sekhsaria
Reviewed by Murali Sivaramakrishnan
Conservation KaleidoscopeA ringside view of conservation efforts, the impact of unbridled development on wildlife habitats and the challenges to preservationIn our ...
Ruskin Bond
Reviewed by K C Vijaya Kumar
A Little Book of IndiaRuskin Bond celebrates 75 years of Independence with a book encapsulating the spirit of India...India's mind-boggling diversity be its terrain, ...
Amitava Kumar
Reviewed by Shuma Raha
The Blue Book: A Writer’s JournalAmitava Kumar's diary intersperses his musings with drawings and paintingsIt is said that writers reveal themselves in their works. No ...
Naushad Forbes
Reviewed by Suresh Seshadri
The Struggle and the PromiseNaushad Forbes lays out a compelling vision of what needs to be done to realise the country's immense economic potential...Any ...
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Moniruzzaman Badal
Reviewed by Golam Yusuf
Jowtsnai BrishtiWhy people speak even after they have left you Oh chaos, I fall in a trap of reasons suddenly. If ...
Aakar Patel
Reviewed by Sandeep Phukan
Price of the Modi YearsThe Modi regime has not brought about transformational change, argues Aakar Patel...In the backdrop of activist-author Aakar Patel's moving from ...
Manu S Pillai
Through Ravi Varma’s paintings, a historian explores how princes, their queens and ministers deftly played the chess game set by the British Raj in pre-Independent India...
Reviewed by Serish Nanisetti
False AlliesA dot here, a daub there and a brush stroke later, Manu S. Pillai brings to life the world of ...
Nehal Ahmed
A Jamia Millia Islamia University student provides a snapshot of history made at Shaheen Bagh...
Reviewed by Soma Basu
Nothing Will Be ForgottenThe content of Nothing Will Be Forgotten is as direct as its title. A Ph.D. scholar at Jamia Millia Islamia ...
Osamu Dazai
Mine has been a life of much shame…
Reviewed by Syed Al Wasee
No Longer HumanThe semi-autobiographic novel, "No Longer Human," was  Osamu Dazai's  last complete work before he committed suicide in 1948. As a ...
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