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HT reviewers pick the best books they’ve read in 2019

The list includes short stories, novellas, science writing, memoirs, and fiction that examines feudalism, patriarchy, fanaticism, marriage, and identity
No one can resist a good read. At the Racecourse, Bombay, 1974.(Jagdish Agarwal/Getty Images)
No one can resist a good read. At the Racecourse, Bombay, 1974.(Jagdish Agarwal/Getty Images)
Published on Dec 20, 2019 06:30 AM IST
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Review: Doodles on Leadership by R Gopalakrishnan

Doodles on Leadership by R Gopalakrishnan is an innovative contribution to Indian management literature
Doodles: Zooming through the three balconies of leadership moments and learnings.(Getty Images)
Doodles: Zooming through the three balconies of leadership moments and learnings.(Getty Images)
Updated on Nov 22, 2019 08:04 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | BySujoy Gupta

Humour: Comic book relief

From Jughead to Snoopy, there’s so much more to comics than superheroes
(Imaging: Sunil Kumar Mallik)
(Imaging: Sunil Kumar Mallik)
Updated on Sep 01, 2019 12:17 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByRehana Munir

Opinion | How the British see the dilution of Article 370

Many find it hard to accept that the world’s largest democracy could act in this manner. They have three broad concerns: First, this is seen as an attempt to deny the Valley its cherished identity. Second, the way this was done. Third, the environment the Modi government created in the Valley before and after it acted
Union home minister, Amit Shah, during the Lok Sabha discussion on the resolution to revoke Article 370, New Delhi, August 6(PTI Photo)
Union home minister, Amit Shah, during the Lok Sabha discussion on the resolution to revoke Article 370, New Delhi, August 6(PTI Photo)
Updated on Aug 18, 2019 11:18 AM IST
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The meaning of PM Modi’s ‘one nation’ push

As PM Modi continues to push this ideological world view through policies, laws and actions, it must be done within a democratic framework, and in close consultation with all political stakeholders and citizens at large
The BJP has long felt that the nation-building project in India is incomplete, with too may fragments. This is why it has always had a strong self-definition as a “nationalist party”.(AP Photo)
The BJP has long felt that the nation-building project in India is incomplete, with too may fragments. This is why it has always had a strong self-definition as a “nationalist party”.(AP Photo)
Updated on Aug 17, 2019 08:23 PM IST
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Review: The Selected Works of Abdullah the Cossack by HM Naqvi

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
Jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie charms a snake with his trumpet during a trip to Karachi in 1956. “Pakistanis and cobra found him irresistible,” says the original caption.(Bettmann Archive)
Jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie charms a snake with his trumpet during a trip to Karachi in 1956. “Pakistanis and cobra found him irresistible,” says the original caption.(Bettmann Archive)
Updated on Apr 26, 2019 04:38 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByVivek Menezes

Review: Broken Man-In search of Homeland

Loknath Yashwant’s poetry talks of caste but critiques the Dalit middle class too
Jabya, a Dalit boy, falls in love with Shalu, an upper caste girl in Fandry (2013), a film by director Nagraj Manjule.
Jabya, a Dalit boy, falls in love with Shalu, an upper caste girl in Fandry (2013), a film by director Nagraj Manjule.
Published on Feb 08, 2019 06:47 PM IST
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A duet, not a duel: China’s world view has evolved

In 2018, China achieved all-round improvement and growth of our relations with neighbouring countries, especially with India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China’s president Xi Jinping in Wuhan’s East Lake, April 28, 2018(File photo)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China’s president Xi Jinping in Wuhan’s East Lake, April 28, 2018(File photo)
Updated on Dec 20, 2018 08:44 AM IST
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ByWang Yi

Anatomy of violence: The Darren Aronofsky interview

The director of Mother!, one of the most heart-wrenching films in recent times, says that he in fact hates violence
Darren Aronofsky is undoubtedly one of the most disrupting, if disturbing voices in world cinema today(Getty images)
Darren Aronofsky is undoubtedly one of the most disrupting, if disturbing voices in world cinema today(Getty images)
Updated on Nov 04, 2018 12:11 AM IST
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Interview: Devdutt Pattanaik“ Facts are everybody’s truth. Fiction is nobody’s truth. Myths are somebody’s truth”

Five quick questions with India’s best-selling mythological storyteller
Devdutt Pattanaik prefer fans focusing on his work rather than on him
Devdutt Pattanaik prefer fans focusing on his work rather than on him
Updated on Jul 08, 2018 11:06 AM IST
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Naa Nuvve movie review: The silliness of Tamannaah, Nandamuri Kalyanram film is no coincidence

Naa Nuvve movie review: Tamannaah and Nandamuri Kalyanram starrer is about destiny bringing together people meant to be together.
Naa Nuvve movie review: Tamannaah and Kalyanram film lacks conviction.
Naa Nuvve movie review: Tamannaah and Kalyanram film lacks conviction.
Updated on Jun 14, 2018 03:33 PM IST
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