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Maggi Andersen
Reviewed by Punya H Rashid
The Baron’s Wife''The Baron's Wife" was on my reading list for quite a few years until it was reissued in 2017 and ...
Shamsuddin Peara
Reviewed by Anwar A Khan
Ami Sirajul Alam Khan: Ekti Rajnoitik Jeebonnalekho (I am Sirajul Alam Khan - a political biography)It is a political memoir of Sirajul Alam Khan (SAK), a septuagenarian political philosopher, once a great student and youth ...
Thomas Jefferson’s Qur’an: Islam and the Founders In this original and illuminating book, Denise A. Spellberg reveals a little-known but crucial dimension of the story of American ...
Thomas Maier
Mafia Spies: The Inside Story of the CIA, Gangsters, JFK, and CastroFrom the Bestselling Author and Television Producer of Masters of Sex, a True Story of Espionage and Mobsters, Based on ...
Professor Steve Peters
Reviewed by Noushin Mouli Waresi
THE CHIMP PARADOXEffective ways to manage your chimp...Being a bibliophile of literature books over the years, my heart suddenly felt thirst for ...
Questioning Paradigms, Constructing Histories
Edited by Kumkum Roy & Naina Dayal
Reviewed by Suchandra Ghosh
A Festschrift for Romila ThaparA celebration of Romila Thapar's work also becomes a passionate discourse on the historian's ideas and arguments...It is quite apposite ...
Sheila Kumar
Reviewed by Dyuti Mishra
Our Start-up Affair A love story that will make you wish the lead characters had never met...In order to be a success, romance ...
Subra Ramamurthy
Reviewed by Arati Krishnan
Pursuing Financial Reforms Across Countries - Perils, Stresses and RewardsThe personal and professional challenges a finance specialist faced while pushing for fiscal reforms...In the layman's perception, the job of ...
Jewel Mazhar
Reviewed by Ashraful Kabir
Nirbachito Kobita (Selected Poems)�Letters are coming from the dead through the racing-wind; they want to come back, in disguise, in the window of ...
Sunil Amrith
With the monsoon as leitmotif, a historian explains the lessons we must imbibe from our past to save diminishing water resources...
Reviewed by Sujatha Byravan
Unruly Waters: How Mountain Rivers and Monsoons have Shaped South Asia’s HistoryAbove the dark grey ridge rises a world of mountains which seems to belong to the heavens rather than the ...
Reviewed By Md. Helal Uddin
Edited by Asif Bin Ali and Sabbir Ahmed
Buddhist Nationalism Rohingya Crisis and Contemporary PoliticsBuddhist Nationalism Rohingya Crisis and Contemporary Politics is an edited collection that investigates the role of Buddhist nationalism and economic ...
Bruno Macaes
Reviewed by Kallol Bhattacherjee
Belt and Road: A Chinese World OrderThe nuts and bolts of China's mammoth infrastructure project that straddles many continents...The western political and economic model has dominated ...
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