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Of Money and Men

posted by Anand Ranganathan|November 20, 2013   in Book Review|7 comments

How much money do we need? Do we need money at all? Vivek Kaul’s Easy Money answers these questions & more.


Identically Different

Blame It On The Gene Pool

posted by Aekta Kapoor|September 19, 2013   in Book Review|3 comments

Can political machinations & behaviour be a result of nature over nurture?


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The Billionaire’s Apprentice

posted by Swapan Seth|August 5, 2013   in Book Review|4 comments

Getting by with a little help from friends. Anita Raghavan masterfully retells the story of Rajat Gupta and Raj Rajaratnam.


Chanakya

Invoking Chanakya

posted by Paranjoy Guha Thakurta|March 2, 2013   in Book Review|no comments

Does Pavan Varma’s new book manage to resolve the crisis within India?


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A Reporter’s Diary

posted by Somi Das|February 25, 2013   in Book Review|one comment

Akash Banerjee’s ‘Tales from Shining and Sinking India’ has its moments.


Rahul Pandita's Our Moon Has Blood Clots

Leave Or Die

posted by Alpana Kishore|January 23, 2013   in Book Review|5 comments

Rahul Pandita’s Our Moon Has Blood Clots attempts to set the record straight on the forced exile of Kashmiri Pandits.


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More Than A Kiss-And-Tell

posted by Namita Bhandare|December 5, 2012   in Book Review|one comment

Like it or not, Tavleen Singh’s Durbar is definitely worth a read. If only it was a more complete book.


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Tavleen’s Testy Tales

posted by Rajyasree Sen|December 5, 2012   in Book Review|8 comments

Durbar. A riveting read. Politics, gossip and a pool of bile at being left out in the cold by Sonia.


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Cricket And A Shot Of Arrack

posted by Manvi Sinha Dhillon|August 24, 2012   in Book Review|no comments

Even if you detest cricket, you will love Chinaman - The Legend of Pradeep Mathew by Shehan Karunatilaka.


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A Free Man

posted by Manvi Sinha Dhillon|August 10, 2012   in Book Review|one comment

Ashraf, Kalyani, Lalloo. Dehadi labourers. A masterfully told tale of their lives, their azaadi, their kamai.


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