Book review: The Camel Merchant of Philadelphia by Sarbpreet Singh

Book review: The Camel Merchant of Philadelphia by Sarbpreet Singh

An upscale bed and breakfast place in fashionable Saint Tropez, France, was...

By Navtej Sarna
Fantastic beasts

Fantastic beasts

A new book could offer ways of processing the abiding mystery of the yeti

By Sneha Bhura
Women’s world

Women’s world

Small Days and Nights is a book with a big heart. And, it is the perfect book to

By Mandira Nayar
Of trees and history

Of trees and history

A delightful summer read, the book is everything you need to survive the hot...

By Mandira Nayar
Re-learning the already known

Re-learning the already known

'(b)Eat Another Bite' seems to be a compilation of knowledge that's already out...

By Pooja Biraia Jaiswal
Armed with facts

Armed with facts

GDP and other government statistics are problematic, worldwide. They go through

By Vijaya Pushkarna
Gods, food and trivia

Gods, food and trivia

The book mixes and mashes nuggets of religion, history and culture

By Sneha Bhura
Where are all the jobs gone?

Where are all the jobs gone?

The book is a repository of a number of reports and studies

By Soumik Dey
Dollops of information
BOOK REVIEW

Dollops of information

Kuldip Nayar was a journalist’s journalist—a star reporter who delivered...

By Vijaya Pushkarna
Merging philosophy with fantasy

Merging philosophy with fantasy

'Zara's Witness' is a coming-of-age tale with elements of fantasy and philosophy

By Sneha Bhura
Heading south
BOOK REVIEW

Heading south

The book is meant to be, as the author says in the preface, a continuation of...

By R Prasannan
A foodie's handbook to healthy eating

A foodie's handbook to healthy eating

'Ultimate Grandmother Hacks' is quite literally a handbook for everyday living

By Pooja Biraia Jaiswal
Going beyond conventions
BOOK REVIEW

Going beyond conventions

Dr Rajeev Jayadevan's book, Think Like Your Doctor, answers questions on a safe

By Nirmal Jovial
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