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Book Excerpt: Saba Naqvi’s ‘Politics of Jugaad’ Explains Why Coalition Govt is a Good Option for India

Editor’s Note: Saba Naqvi’s ‘Politics of Jugaad’ asks some of the most important questions in this election season. Examining the…

3 Books You Must Read This Election Season

Update your knowledge of India’s elections and democratic system with these books on the dynamics of successful campaigning; There are…

Book Excerpt: Martin Moore’s ‘Democracy Hacked’ Explains Why Social Media is the New Political Battlefield

Editor’s note: Martin Moore book, Democracy Hacked, shows us how democracies across the world are mutating and during the election…

‘I Just Try to Write Somebody’s Favourite Book’: Markus Zusak, the Author of ‘The Book Thief’

Markus Zusak, the wildly popular author of the young-adult novel, The Book Thief, doesn’t do anything by the book. He…

Book Excerpt: How the First Battle Over a Place of Worship Began in Ayodhya

Editor’s Note: ‘Ayodhya: City of Faith, City of Discord’ is a comprehensive biography of the sleepy city of Ayodhya, which…

Book Excerpt: A Journalist Opens Up About Sexual Assault In His Autobiography ‘Straight To Normal: My Life As A Gay Man’

Editor’s note: Straight to Normal: My Life as a Gay Man by Sharif D Rangnekar is one the first autobiography…

ED Attaches Properties Worth Rs 147 Crore Belonging to Fugitive Businessman Nirav Modi

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate on Tuesday attached properties worth Rs 147.72 crore of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi and his…

Book Excerpt: Stressed About Your Board Exams? Here are Some Pro Tips to Follow

Editor’s note: As the exam season nears, one book that you should definitely flip through — apart from your textbooks…

Not Intolerance Anymore, It’s Outright Dictatorship: Nayantara Sahgal

Reacting strongly to veteran actor-director Amol Palekar being interrupted during a speech at the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA)…

Arundhati Roy: Language Is My Friend, Fiction My First Love

She writes poetic prose, employs redolent metaphors and evokes utmost admiration for her novelistic virtues. Arundhati Roy is anything but…

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