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- Fighting For Their Country
- An Indian Martyr In the US Army
- Un-Conventional Choice
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Special Report
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From The History Books
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My Turn
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- The Man in Black In Bollywood
- Signs of Unbreakable Sixth Sense!
- A Good Year For Archie!
- The First Time
- Waterborne Skips to Google
- New Releases
- Best Sellers
Thursday April 18, 2024
Books: New Releases
Vol: 1 Num: 2    Spring 2006
Goalless: The Story of a Unique Footballing Nation by Boria Majumdar, Kausik Bandyopadhyay. Two avid football watchers and sports historians, set out to explore few questions five years ago, and the result of their enquiries is this fascinating account of Indian football.

Or the Day Seizes You by Rajorshi Chakraborti. With a fine balance of emotion and intelligence, incident and character, the book captures the urban Indian psyche at the close of the twentieth century with unerring insight and remarkable style

My Sainted Aunts by Bulbul Sharma. Illuminated by a vast compassion for the travails of women struggling to cope with changing lifestyles and traditions, My Sainted Aunts is as much an insight into the life of a lost generation as it is a rollicking read.


An Ordinary Person’s Guide to Empire by Arundhati Roy. Fourteen essays written between June 2002 and November 2004 connecting seemingly unconnected areas and uncovering links between America’s War on Terror, the threat of corporate power, the perverse machinery of highly commercialized mass media etc.

White Tiger by Rohini Chowdhury. A children’s book full of fascinating details about life in the jungle, a racy story that will leave you growling for more.

In Search of the Prophet by Shahrukh Husain, Samira Shackle. An unusual collection of children stories about the life of Prophet Muhammad— about the harsh deserts that were his home, the battles he fought, the choices he was faced with, and the path he chose. Seen through the eyes of a young boy, these tales of faith and discovery make for gripping reading.



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