'She, The Leader: Women in Indian Politics' review: A fitting ode to women politicians

'She, The Leader: Women in Indian Politics' review: A fitting ode to women politicians

Nidhi Sharma's book traces the lives and careers of women who shaped Indian politics

By Devananthan Subharam
'Trust' by Hernan Diaz: An unconventional and thought-provoking work

'Trust' by Hernan Diaz: An unconventional and thought-provoking work

The author describes ‘Trust’ as a polyphonic novel

By R Viswanathan
Nikhil J. Alva’s debut novel 'If I Have To Be A Soldier' expertly weaves history and fiction

Nikhil J. Alva’s debut novel 'If I Have To Be A Soldier' expertly weaves history and fiction

It is a page-turner as well as a reminder of India's blood-soaked foundations

By K. Sunil Thomas
V.K. Saxena’s Yamuna memoir: From an admirer of the river to its custodian

V.K. Saxena’s Yamuna memoir: From an admirer of the river to its custodian

Delhi LG V.K. Saxena narrates the initiative he had taken to save Yamuna

Mohit Sharma
'Revolutionizing Business Operations' review: Change the way you think about and run your business

'Revolutionizing Business Operations' review: Change the way you think about and run your business

Saldanha and Passerini also provide real-life examples and case studies

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'Courting India: England, Mughal India and the Origins of Empire' review

'Courting India: England, Mughal India and the Origins of Empire' review

A fascinating read for those interested in the history of British entry into India

By R. Viswanathan
'Mystics and Sceptics' review: An anthology on faith, fate, fakir and in a way, fakiri

'Mystics and Sceptics' review: An anthology on faith, fate, fakir and in a way, fakiri

Namita Gokhale takes you on a ride and you will never return the same

By Mandira Nayar
'How Prime Ministers Decide' review: A gripping account of key political decisions

'How Prime Ministers Decide' review: A gripping account of key political decisions

Neerja Chowdhury delves deep into the tenures of six former prime ministers

By Pratul Sharma
'Tacit Birds' review: An ode to the Bangladeshi spirit

'Tacit Birds' review: An ode to the Bangladeshi spirit

Siddiquee's stories are living canvases painted with words

By Milan Sime Martinic
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