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A thrilling historical romance

Sunday, 18 Jun 2017 | Anubhav Pradhan | in Agenda

The Glory of Patan Author- KM Munshi Publisher- Penguin Random House, Rs499 The Glory of Patan, written by KM Munshi and translated by Rita Kothari and Abhijit Kothari, is much more than an imagined medieval romance, though it can convincingly be read as one. Its positioning and appropriation, as a foundational expression of...

Throwback to 326 BC

Sunday, 18 Jun 2017 | AVANTIKA BOSE | in Agenda

The Boy from Pataliputra Author- Rahul Mitra Publisher- Fingerprint!, Rs295 Rahul Mitra through his book tells us the story of an ignorant boy who, due to unforeseen circumstances, turns into a man with a steely determination and only one life goal — to avenge his brother’s murder, writes AVANTIKA BOSE Whenever I...

First PhD on political cartoon is going to be published in a book form

Friday, 16 Jun 2017 | Agencies | New Delhi | in Agenda

We all know about the impact of political cartooning but if we want to go in details about the subject, the research leads us nowhere. However there is good news for those who really want to get some worth some reference about the Indian Political Cartooning. TV Journalist Dr....

An Ordinary man with extraordinary willpower

Sunday, 11 Jun 2017 | AVANTIKA BOSE | in Agenda

Tales of Young Gandhi Author- Janhavi Prasada Publisher- HarperCollins, Rs499 Janhavi Prasada through her book, Tales of Young Gandhi, tells us that how calling Gandhi ‘Mahatma’ has distanced people from his ideologies rather than bringing them closer to his teachings, writes AVANTIKA BOSE Janhavi Prasada was born in Delhi, and raised in the Kumaon...

Inside our mind

Sunday, 11 Jun 2017 | Excerpts | in Agenda

Into the Water Author- Paula Hawkins Publisher- Penguin Random House, Rs599 PAULA HAWKINS’s Into the Water revolves around the death of two women in a river and the mysteries that the dark waters contain. An edited excerpt: The Drowning Pool Libby ‘Again!Again!’ The men bind her again. Different this time: Left thumb to right toe,...

Write what you want to

Sunday, 04 Jun 2017 | AVANTIKA BOSE | in Agenda

Muezza and Baby Jaan Author- Anita Nair Publisher- Penguin Random House, Rs699 Anita Nair talks to AVANTIKA BOSE about her thoughts on feminism and Islam, the difference between writing adult and children novels, and her latest book, Muezza and Baby Jaan You write different genres, ranging from novels, books, poetry, prose, essays, articles, book...

The history of Indian artillery

Sunday, 04 Jun 2017 | Lt Gen PC Katoch | in Agenda

Themes of Glory Author- Darshan Khullar Publisher- Vij Books, Rs850 The book makes a valuable addition to Indian Military. All military libraries in India and abroad would benefit from this immensely valuable work, writes Lt Gen PC Katoch This book is one of its own kind masterpieces that takes you through the...

Circa 1971 When love was in the ‘air’

Sunday, 28 May 2017 | Sanya Dang | in Agenda

Baaz Author- Anuja Chauhan Publisher- Harper Collins, Rs399 Anuja Chauhan’s love stories are not only real but dreamy as well — the perfect blend of coffee and cream. They wake you up to the reality while letting you stay in that perfect haze of lullaby-induced baby sleep, says Sanya Dang Author Anuja Chauhan is...

Reminiscences from the past

Sunday, 28 May 2017 | Binoy Bhushan Agarwal | in Agenda

Friend of My youth Author- Amit Chaudhuri Publisher- Penguin Random House, Rs499 This book is an extraordinary story about ordinary lives, relationships and encounters with the city both in the present and as glimpsed through the veil of memory, writes Binoy Bhushan Agarwal With six novels under his belt and others forms of literary...

The most crucial battle

Sunday, 21 May 2017 | . | in Agenda

Themes of Glory Author- Darshan Khullar Publisher- Vij Books, Rs 850 Battle of Asal Uttar is the most crucial component of the 1965 War; it is here that Pakistan planned to turn the tables on India by launching its ambitious and potentially dangerous armoured counter offensive, writes BRIG DARSHAN KHULLAR AVSM (Retd) India’s...



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One more farmer commits suicide

24 Jun 2017 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

A farmer committed suicide in Chhatarpur district, allegedly due to over burdened with debt. While the family of Raghuvir Yadav, (27) alleged that he took the extreme step due to his mounting debt, the police said a family dispute led him to end his life...

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