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Harper Collins India : The Virtual Hindu Rashtra By Rohit Chopra

From websites devoted to battling a ‘Left-liberal’ media ecosystem to the formidable internet army of Hindu Right volunteers, from online …

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Penguin Set To Release The Messenger By Shiv Malik

Every reporter knows the first rule of journalism: never betray your source. But what if your source turns out to …

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A Gandhian Affair By Sanjay Suri

Hindi cinema, ever since Independence, has revolved almost entirely around issues of sex and money. This may seem odd given …

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Impact News India Exclusive : Book Extract , Kargil : The Untold Stories From The War By Rachna Bisht Rawat

Chapter 1 : Unbroken A young officer is tortured to death in enemy custody. His father vows to get the …

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HarperCollins India : Announces Release Of Madhuri Vijay’s Debut ‘ The Far Field’

An elegant, epic novel from a tremendous new talent, Madhuri Vijay’s , The Far Field follows one young woman’s search …

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VISIBLE MUSLIM, INVISIBLE CITIZEN: Understanding Islam In Indian Democracy By Salman Khurshid

Our understanding of religion in modern India is, amongst others, greatly influenced by Hinduism as we have known it over …

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Harper Collins India : A Desolation Called Peace By Ather Zia And Javaid Iqbal Bhat

The accession of Kashmir to the Indian Union in 1947 had raised objections both in Kashmir and India, echoes of …

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Penguin Random House India To Publish Mandira Bedi’s First Book ‘Happy For No Reason’

Penguin Random House India announces the acquisition of the first writing venture by popular television host, actor and fitness icon …

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Penguin Presents KARGIL: Untold Stories From The War By Rachna Bisht Rawat

ON THE TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE KARGIL WAR, REVISIT ITS FREEZING BATTLEFIELD THROUGH THE STORIES OF ITS BRAVEST SOLDIERS   …

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Pan Macmillan India : Prodigal By Irshad Abdulkadir

What does it take to find God in all cultures and religions? In these fratricidal times, the devout yet reasoning …

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