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A mosaic of India-Indonesia relations

Sunday, 04 Mar 2018 | RUP NARAYAN DAS | in Agenda

Together in Struggle Author - V Suryanarayan Publisher - Prabhat Prakashan, Rs 300 The writer examines implications of the state of India-Indonesia ties around the time of Indian Independence, writes RUP NARAYAN DAS At a time when India is re-engage the South-East Asian nations vigorously through its ‘Act East policy’, the book, Together...

Bheem, in a new avatar

Sunday, 04 Mar 2018 | MIHIR VATSA | in Agenda

Bheem: Destiny’s Warrior Author - Jyotin Goel Publisher - Penguin Books, Rs 250 Goel’s perspective of Bheem is of someone who has more than just muscle power, writes Mihika Rao There is an adage — never judge a book by its cover. But sometimes, one ends up picking it up because the...

Love amid water war

Sunday, 25 Feb 2018 | Navneet Mendiratta | in Agenda

Radius 200 Author - Veena Nagpal Rs299 Navneet Mendiratta talks to Veena Nagpal about her new book, which depicts two contrasting realities, and the thoughts that encouraged her to pen this engrossing tale Author Veena Nagpal recently launched her fourth novel, Radius 200, at the 11th Edition Jaipur Literature Festival. A story of a...

No fixed variables

Sunday, 25 Feb 2018 | Dinesh Sharma | in Agenda

Redemption Author - Anuradha Dutt Publisher - Evolutes Publications, Rs700 This book demystifies the politics of gender, religion, and caste which bedevil Indian society, says Dinesh Sharma The starting point for this book that tracks significant periods in India’s history, meshed with individual stories, is the premise that the country’s ethos and people’s...

When misogyny is internalised

Sunday, 18 Feb 2018 | SHEENAM BATRA | in Agenda

Jasoda: a novel Author - Kiran Nagarkar Publisher - Fourth Estate, Rs 599 A pregnant woman squeezes her legs to kill her girl child, family time translates to the ‘head of the family’ torturing the female members into submission — Jasoda: A Novel portrays a societal nightmare, writes SHEENAM BATRA Jasoda: A Novel is...

Trump’s first nine months

Sunday, 18 Feb 2018 | GAUTAM MUKHERJEE | in Agenda

Fire and Fury Michael Wolff Little, Brown, Rs 699 This controversial book might have become very popular with Trump haters, but it fails to take the US President’s achievements over the past year away from him, writes GAUTAM MUKHERJEE If Michael Wolff, the Manhattan-based glamour magazine columnist and author of six prior books,...

Modi’s governnovations in india

Sunday, 11 Feb 2018 | Dr MUKESH KUMAR SRIVASTAVA | in Agenda

The Innovation Republic Publisher- Vinay Sahasrabuddhe and Dhiraj Nayyar Author- Wisdom Tree, Rs 495 The Prime Minister has been very prudent in gauging that innovation in every aspect of governance is the need of the hour. This book examines how he has hit the nail on its head, writes Dr MUKESH KUMAR...

A tribute to River Narmada

Sunday, 11 Feb 2018 | Excerpt | in Agenda

Naman narmada Publisher- Alok Mehta Author- Shubhi, Rs 1,495 Mythology, history, poetry — all have their own versions of River Narmada. One of the longest rivers in India and the backbone of many civilisations, Goddess Narmada now has a book dedicated to her. An excerpt: Narmada is the resounding river whose beauty and pellucid...

evil aliens to the rescue?

Sunday, 04 Feb 2018 | Sanya Dang | in Agenda

Aliens in Delhi Author - Sami Ahmad Khan Publisher - Niyogi, Rs 350 What would it take for warring nations of the world to come together and support each other for once — will it have to be an attack by a new race of dangerous people, aliens, maybe? This gripping novel...

History through a new lens

Sunday, 04 Feb 2018 | SNEHA | in Agenda

Victoria and Abdul Author - Shrabani Basu Publisher - The History Press, Rs 394 Friendship between the very representative of the British Empire in India and her Indian ‘servant’: Was it possible? Does it reveal something new about our history, asks SNEHA Ever since India won its independence in 1947, we have...


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UTC to use 180 buses to ferry Yoga participants

21 Jun 2018 | PNS | Dehradun

Uttarakhand Transport Corporation (UTC) would use 180 buses of its fleet on Dehradun and Haridwar routes to ferry the Yoga participants from Haridwar and also to take them back after the International Yoga Day show at Forest Research Institute (FRI) in Dehradun is over. Divisional manager (Operational) UTC Dehradun, Pawan Mehra while talking to The pioneer said on Wednesday that around 280 busses operate from Dehradun depot...

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