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Walter Tevis
Reviewed by Aynun Nahar Esha
The Queen’s GambitGirls don't play chess", that was the very response from Mr. Shaibel , the custodian, when the 8-year-old protagonist Beth ...
Subramanian Swamy
Reviewed by Ananth Krishnan
Himalayan Challenge: India, China and the Quest for PeaceSubramanian Swamy makes a case for reassessing India's relationship with China...The past 12 months have upended many of the basic ...
Ravinder Kaur
Reviewed by Sudhirendar Sharma
Brand New NationThe populist nature of India's new image building, driven by necessary infusion of global capital, has led to a plural ...
M Zahidul Islam 
Reviewed by Shadman Jamil
Dictionary of Idioms and Phrases       This book is published by the GyankoshProkashoni, Dhaka in February 2020. It contains more than five thousand idioms and ...
Arundhati Roy
Reviewed by N S Gundur
Azadi: Freedom. Fascism. FictionArundhati Roy is at her best in the essays that have been written through the eyes of a novelist and ...
Wajahat Habibullah
Reviewed by Mani Shankar Aiyar
My Years with RajivA bureaucrat recalls the experience of being in the PMO under a school friend who became Prime Minister, touching on ...
As the chatter outside receded, we went back to an older, wholesome world - touching books, smelling the pages, identifying with literary characters...
Anusua Mukherjee
How 2020 emerged as the year of the bookThey say you are never alone with a book. If we had to name one positive fallout of this pandemic ...
(unique Salsabil Hena)
Jamaluddin Jamal
Ananya Ek Salsabil HenaThe book 'Ananya Ek Salsabil Henna' is a biography of the professor turned politician Salsabil Hena, a history of the ...
Arupa Patangia Kalita
(Translated by Ranjita Biswas)
Reviewed by Vaishna Roy
The Loneliness of Hira Barua Cataloguing customs and manners, these simple stories say something more...The book of short stories titled Mariam Austin othoba Hira Barua ...
Christopher Clark
Time and Power From the author of the national bestseller The Sleepwalkers, a book about how the exercise of power is shaped by ...
Siddhartha Sarma
Reviewed by R Krithika
Twilight in a knotted worldAn unputdownable novel that is as much about today as about the past...A group of dacoits that strangles its victims, ...
How the intellectual and cultural forces of the Enlightenment found a potent expression in cults of personality...
Men on Horseback by David A Bell review: the power of charisma in the age of revolutionIn 1791, hundreds of thousands of enslaved people in Saint-Domingue, France's most valuable Caribbean colony rose in rebellion. During the ...
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