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Contagion and empire

Novel by Orhan Pamuk is set in 1901 during an outbreak of bubonic plague on an imaginary Mediterranean island ...

Recipe for emancipation

Aakar Patel’s book is a sincere attempt to extol the virtues of an aware and active citizenry where individu...
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Reality up close

The narrative tone is strikingly calm serene even which makes sudden episodes of casual violence even more sho...

A kingdom of intrigue

The Ottomans is panoramic in its approach, taking constant detours to explain influence that lesser-studied se...

Many moods and voices

The Birth Lottery reminds us that the contemporaneity of the short story can also lead to its confinement...

An Afghan lioness

Ghafari narrates, in a style most simple but at the same time candid, poignant and powerful, the tales of Afgh...

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Books  /  Published 03.02.23

A kingdom of intrigue

The Ottomans is panoramic in its approach, taking constant detours to explain influence that lesser-studied sects and personalities had on dynasty's progression ...
By Rishav Paul

Books  /  Published 03.02.23

Reality up close

The narrative tone is strikingly calm serene even which makes sudden episodes of casual violence even more shocking...
By Srimoyee Bagchi

Books  /  Published 03.02.23

Recipe for emancipation

Aakar Patel’s book is a sincere attempt to extol the virtues of an aware and active citizenry where individuals engage with the world around them and seek to affect positive change...
By Akshat Agarwal

Books  /  Published 03.02.23

Contagion and empire

Novel by Orhan Pamuk is set in 1901 during an outbreak of bubonic plague on an imaginary Mediterranean island called Mingheria, the twenty-ninth province of a rapidly disintegrating Ottoman empire...
By Supriya Chaudhuri

Books  /  Published 28.01.23

Launch of eerie tales collection for those who love reading exciting genre

Launch of eerie tales collection for those who love reading exciting genre...
By Rik Chakrabarti

Books  /  Published 20.01.23

Scent of blood

The book is pretty ordinary, though it promised much more...
By Bibek Debroy

Books  /  Published 20.01.23

Mind your medicine

Public health is not only highly technical and inaccessible areas of knowledge, but also areas of regulation that seriously impact our well-being...
By Lalit Panda

Books  /  Published 20.01.23

An Afghan lioness

Ghafari narrates, in a style most simple but at the same time candid, poignant and powerful, the tales of Afghan women...
By Nabanipa Bhattacharjee

Books  /  Published 20.01.23

Many moods and voices

The Birth Lottery reminds us that the contemporaneity of the short story can also lead to its confinement...
By Sharmila Purkayastha

World  /  Published 19.01.23

'American Psycho' author Bret Easton Ellis returns

Ellis' first work of fiction after a 13-year gap is called 'The Shards' and is set in Los Angeles in 1981...
By Deutsche Welle


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