To Kill a Man book review: A modern American political thriller

To Kill a Man book review: A modern American political thriller

To Kill a Man is a relevant, gripping thriller in a year of American elections

By Sneha Bhura

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Lockdown reading: Of World War II and Latin America in 'Tango War'

Lockdown reading: Of World War II and Latin America in 'Tango War'

A fascinating account of battles for the hearts, minds and riches of Latin...

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Beheadings and backstabbings galore

Beheadings and backstabbings galore

Beheadings at the Tower of London seem to have been the bread and butter of...

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Past is present

Past is present

History, they say, repeats itself. Ever wonder why? The Alchemy of Secrets...

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Duality of music

Duality of music

A new book looks at the “sonic nationalism” of the Mahatma

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M&M

Montek Singh Ahluwalia talks about career & Manmohan Singh in new book

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Between the lines

Between the lines

Pavan K. Varma’s book digs into Tulsidas’s Ramcharitmanas for the modern-day...

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'Bolivar' review: Epic life of the man who liberated South America

'Bolivar' review: Epic life of the man who liberated South America

Written by Marie Arana, an American author of Peruvian origin

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Isabel Allende's latest novel is a long paean in search of home

Isabel Allende's latest novel is a long paean in search of home

Love, survival, valour and ideologies are well-woven into this novel by Allende

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Exploring the hospitality industry bloom, from Watson's to Oyo

Exploring the hospitality industry bloom, from Watson's to Oyo

Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai may be India's go-to gold standard when it...

By K. Sunil Thomas
Learning some more about ISRO, space through rare images

Learning some more about ISRO, space through rare images

All three authors of 'Ever Upwards: ISRO in images' are former officials of...

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'Sixteen Stormy Days': When Nehru decided to amend the Constitution

'Sixteen Stormy Days': When Nehru decided to amend the Constitution

He introduced the Constitution (First Amendment) Bill in Parliament on May 12,...

By Soni Mishra
Drafting a nation

Drafting a nation

A few months before India became independent, a distressed Lord Louis...

By Soni Mishra
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