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Books

Relationships in digital era

Parul A. Mittal’s third novel, Let’s Have Coffee, is a refreshing and witty take on what love means to the millennial generation.

11 Oct 2017 12:49 AM

Love is more complex than biryani

he novel begins in the thick of action with Aliya, the protagonist, arranging a dish. She can’t wait to click a picture of it.

08 Oct 2017 6:49 AM

The TamBrams: From Palghat to the world

Palghat Iyers have always had an abiding interest in music in its entirety and Das dwells in considerable depth into their contribution.

08 Oct 2017 6:45 AM

A salute to the bravery and endurance of our soldiers

The story culminates in the Battalion accomplishing its task in the capture and occupation of the Saltoro Ridge line on the Siachen Glacier in 1984.

06 Oct 2017 1:20 AM

Cambodian kaleidoscope

A fascinating voyage through Cambodia and its people — their friendships, lives and loves.

04 Oct 2017 5:43 AM

The migrant’s rootlessness and homesickness

The Chola towns and ports had a large contingent of foreign merchants and traders living there, as they waited for their ships and caravans.

04 Oct 2017 12:32 AM

Insights on stagecraft from a wise diplomat

The former diplomat’s insight couldn’t come at a better time as India shifts inexorably into the US ambit. 

29 Sep 2017 2:51 AM

Tribute to sacrifices of our great warriors

Deepak now has his hopes pinned on one thing — that the book gives people the perspective of our country’s real heroes.

27 Sep 2017 1:14 AM

A gruelling expedition

A.K. Asif’s avant-garde fantasy novel promises to take you on a futuristic spiritual quest with the young Ismael.

27 Sep 2017 1:09 AM

The glorious legacy of Indian football

The book celebrates the high tides that swept the game in our country. Indian football has largely been a story of neglect.

24 Sep 2017 7:18 AM