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In between worlds

Book: The Calcutta Kerani and the London Clerk in the Nineteenth Century: Life, Labour, Latitude Aut...

Dissecting antagonism

Book: Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Co...
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The other countenance

Book: The Lying Life of Adults Author: Elena Ferrante Publisher: Europa Price: Rs 2,193 The ability to i...

One party too many

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way the world parties. The Zoom party may have replaced the house party,...

Jonathan Taplin: Music & movies, I was there

He was there when Bob Dylan stunned the music world and played electric guitar at the hallowed precincts of th...

View from the bottom

Book: The Runaway Boy Author: Manoranjan Byapari Publisher: Eka Price: Rs 599 The Runaway Boy by Ma...

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Moon phases and motherhood

Sukanya Venkatraghavan is the author of Dark Things and Magical Women published by Hachette India ...
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Fun. Feisty. Angry. Foresight. Spiritual. Bad dressing sense.

Meera Rajagopalan is the author of The Eminently Forgettable Life of Mrs Pankajam, published by Hachette India ...
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Don’t worry, be happy, wet nappy

Jane De Suza is the co-author of The Midnight Years ...
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Perfect reads for your mom

If your mom is a traveller soul and is missing travelling now, give her a chance to escape through the pages of this travel memoir. Travelling with kids for months, exploring new places is not a cakew...
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Fashion books that you must own

A life-affirming, engrossing novel, in The Paris Seamstress, a young seamstress named Estella Bissette dreams of becoming a famous fashion designer. Those who are a fan of historical fiction and fashi...
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One party too many

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way the world parties. The Zoom party may have replaced the house party, but recently, the immunologist, Paul Lehner, proposed “coronavirus parties” &...
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In between worlds

Inhabiting an ambiguous space in the long and celebrated lineage of munshis and karanams who had occupied a central place in the newly-emerging bureaucratic regimes of early modern...
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Dissecting antagonism

A major lacuna in the organizing principle of the narrative is evident when we see that the narration of three events that are its focus — “the Iranian Revolution; the siege of the Holy Mo...
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The other countenance

If this sounds like the formula for a Bildungsroman, the book is nothing of the kind. The plot, for one, is too complex: Giovanna’s story is four years of her life and cannot be shoehorned into ...
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Books that help you stay fit

Keto Answers: Simplifying Everything You Need to Know About the World’s Most Confusing Diet by Anthony Gustin and Chris Ivan The best solution to all your doubts regarding the ketogenic diet. T...
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