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Sunday, May 19, 2019
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May 17, 2019 17:56
In Small Days and Nights, Tishani Joshi traces an intriguing story within the concurrent motifs of isolation and identity read more
May 17, 2019 17:54
Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar explores politics, caste, and sexuality to tell the story of a gay Santhal read more
May 17, 2019 17:51
While arguing for the need for a larger number of women MPs in the Indian parliament, Shirin M Rai and Carole Spary examine the role and the performance of women MPs read more
May 10, 2019 16:51
Mee and Juhibaby aspires to draw out the complexities of a close familial relationship in a changing India read more
May 10, 2019 16:46
Written over a decade and more, the 66 short pieces in this volume take the reader through history and culture, urban design, and economics read more
May 10, 2019 16:42
A box set of books on three classic Hindi films brings out why Gulzar’s oeuvre is special read more
May 09, 2019 18:25
Many things work in favour of the film, the most significant being the fun factor — expect witty one-liners, intelligent humour, a smart script. read more
May 03, 2019 19:01
Melinda Gates’ first book documents how she evolved from a career woman to a mother to one of the world’s biggest champions of gender equity read more
May 03, 2019 17:31
The city, which remains the perennial tourist destination in the larger Indian imagination, offers a combination of spirituality with the mirth of the sea read more
May 03, 2019 17:21
Sudipta Sen’s comprehensive work on the river is certain to become one of the go-to books on studying the Ganga read more
Apr 26, 2019 17:33
As cynical sections scorn a pliable electoral system, The Great March of Democracy, Seven Decades of India’s Elections edited by former chief election commissioner SY Quraishi seeks to strike a celebratory note read more
Apr 26, 2019 16:41
A book that describes how Indian Railways, a solidly public-sector organisation, used e-commerce to change its business paradigm read more
Apr 26, 2019 16:36
Part-farce, part-lament, at turns scholarly and satirical, The Selected Works of Abdullah the Cossack is fiction as an act of retrieval, as world view read more
Apr 19, 2019 21:26
A book that combines history, photography, culture and travel writing, reportage, and political analysis to present a picture of China and the challenges to its rise read more
Apr 19, 2019 21:11
Sabyn Javeri’s Hijabistan, a collection of short stories give the reader a peek into the parallel universe of a hijabi read more