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The making of history

Peter Clarke, a distinguished Cambridge historian, brings to his latest work the expected depth of scholarship and clarity....   | Read..
 

Searing message

Instead of Where's B**ksy? the title of this book could well have been Who's Banksy? He is an international phenomenon. Yet, the identity of this street......   | Read..
 

Saved from hell

Books tom-tomming the achievements of an organization usually do not make for a pleasurable read. Only those people who are in some way or the other associated with the con......   | Read..
 
Paperback Picking

Mind over matter

ECHOES FROM THE VALLEY: STORIES BY ASSAMESE WOMEN WRITERS

THE BABA RAMDEV PHENOMENON: FROM MOKSHA TO MARKET

THE BODY NIRVANA: MORE THAN JUST A WEIGHT-LOSS BOOK

 
EDITORIAL

Smooth move

India is celebrated for its idea of jugaad or make-do. Usually, this is about incredible improvisations worked out on inanimate objects or during impossible situations to m......   | Read..
 
 

Stand united

starting a war that pits Islam against the rest of the world. So far, Britain has refused to oblige. Political parties in Britain, which goes to the polls soon, had suspend......   | Read..
 
 
SCRIPSI

The death of a child has no more meaning than the death of armies... Was the child happy while he lived? That is the only question. - TOM STOPPARD