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Book Excerpt | ‘Wouldn’t it be easier to just kill Rahul Mukerjea? Why Sheena?’

Excerpt from 'Unbroken' by Indrani Mukerjea.

13 Aug 2023 12:05 AM

Book Review | An English garden opens window to healing

Odd though it may seem, this sadness that you don’t expect to find in a feel-good book is what makes it work so well.

13 Aug 2023 12:05 AM

Book Review | White is might in opium memoir that unmasks Britain, America

In Smoke and Ashes, his new book of nonfiction, Ghosh returns to opium.

06 Aug 2023 12:16 AM

Book Review | Rural India gets ready for a feminist romp

While the book starts off all sedate and serious, the author suddenly decides to let her hair down and turns it into a full blown romp

25 Jun 2023 12:45 AM

Book Review | The Guantanamo trauma and Abu Zubaydah’s unbearable secrets

Cathy Scott-Clark and Adrian Levy are two of the world’s best known investigative writers with several acclaimed books to their name.

04 Jun 2023 12:31 AM


Book Review | Pashtuns: One race, two nations; a bloody present but proud past

The book brings the reader up to date on the developments related to the Pashtuns both in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

30 Apr 2023 12:49 AM

Book Review | Northeast a happening place... a bureaucrat explains why

It is the first-hand experience in India’s northeastern states that makes Ashish Kundra’s book,an exceptional read.

02 Apr 2023 12:56 AM

Book Review | Bouquet of surprises bound to change your outlook on conservation

Review of 'At the Feet of Living Things: Twenty-Five Years of Wildlife Research and Conservation in India'

12 Mar 2023 12:38 AM

Book Review | India-US ties: Will a shadow fall between friendship & alliance?

Review of 'Friends with Benefits: The India-US Story' by Seema Sirohi.

12 Mar 2023 12:33 AM

Book Review | Diary of 17-yr-old girl of Netaji’s INA evokes Bengal’s heady past

Review of 'The War Diary of Asha-San' by Lt Bharati ‘Asha’ Sahay Choudhry

13 Nov 2022 1:30 AM


Book Review: dopehri – work of evocative charm and quite humour

Determining your self-worth, no matter what age can kick in a sense of accomplishment.

18 Dec 2019 11:50 AM

Book Review: The Billionaire's Funeral, the dark world of financial crime

The Billionaire’s Funeral is an apt name when the mastermind and its motive are exposed.

27 May 2019 1:08 PM

Book review: The Queen of Jasmine Country, an ode to Andal’s poetic journey in love

Dreams, desires and love; Sharanya Manivannan’s debut novel celebrates womanhood like never before.

22 Nov 2018 8:37 PM

The Mogul explores a little gap in the legal system, says author Vish Dhamija

Dhamija’s whodunit looks into Indian judicial process and lays bare fact that because one is not guilty, does not mean they are innocent.

23 Jul 2018 9:56 PM