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Review : Margot – Sister Nivedita of Vivekananda by Reba Som

First and foremost it is pertinent to say that Reba Som through her research of various letters and writings has …

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Raghuram Rajan’s candid book on his stint as RBI Governor to be out soon

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In  his forthcoming book Raghuram Rajan explains economic concepts and talks of issues like tolerance and connection between political freedom …

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Coming Soon : WHAT HAPPENED by Hillary Rodham Clinton

‘In the past, for reasons I try to explain, I’ve often felt I had to be careful in public, like …

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Book Review : SPARK The Insight to Growing Branding

With the expanding purchasing power, branding of products and services has emerged as an indispensable part of business strategy. In …

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Book Review: Partition – The story of Indian Independence and creation of Pakistan in 1947

The timing of the book release could not have been more apt. As India celebrates its 70th year of Independence, …

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Book Review – Daring to Drive by Manal Al Sharif

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The title of the book is apt in the first place. Daring to Drive by Manal AL Sharif is a …

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‘Like Demonetisation, or the ban on cattle markets, I expect swift, sudden action in Ram Temple construction’ – Manjula Lal

  The book In Search of Ram Rajya is a political history of Uttar Pradesh that has never been attempted …

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Coming Soon : Partition by Barney White- Spunner

Between January and August 1947 the conflicting political, religious and social tensions in India culminated in independence from Britain and …

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On Warne By Gideon Haigh – The leg Spin Magician

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In an engrossing account , one of cricket’s foremost writers in his inimitable style brings to the fore like never …

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Coming soon – Bombay Fever by Sidin Vadukut

BOMBAY FEVER It came. It saw. Will it conquer? Where did it come from? In the courtyard of a Hindu …

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