Category: Biblio

The Good, the Bad, and the Truth in Saadat Hasan Manto

The Good, the Bad, and the Truth in Saadat Hasan Manto

What makes the works of Saadat Hasan Manto, from over 60 years ago, a significance for the education of an Indian, of a human today?  From the morning newspaper to the...

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Review: Pragati Maidan Delhi Book and Stationery Fair 2018

Pragati Maidan hosts it’s Delhi edition of the book and stationery fair in the months of August and September every year. The book fair boasts of a footfall of a...

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Classics to Read This Summer

Classics are a great way to do go back in time for an escape and introspection. Take yourself on a great getaway this summer with our ultimate list of must-read...

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Gabriel García Márquez- The Enchanter of Emotions

Today, we celebrate the 91st birthday of the Gabo- the famous colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist, and quite certainly, the most...

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Book Review: I am Divine, So are You

Many would argue that our gender-equality oriented culture is prominently an on-going matter. It is very off-setting for the youth who openly recognise themselves as...

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Four Must Read Science Books

Science has always been about quenching the curiosity and putting the derived knowledge into applications. This dynamic field of study has limitless boundaries. The more...

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10 Books Recommended to All Students of Humanities

As is rightly said, books are a person’s best friends. Books help you evolve, shape your thought process, argues with your limitations and finally, conquers your...

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Book Review: Remember Me by Mary Higgins Clark

If you are spending this Christmas or New Year snuggled up in the warmth of your home or PG and thinking of some suspense thriller to get you through those party hours...

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Difficult Daughters: A daughter’s quest to uncover her mother’s past

Written by Manju Kapur, a former professor of Miranda House,  Difficult Daughters, published in 1998, is a story of Virmati narrated by her daughter Ida. The book...

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Why Know About Principal Thampu’s “Stormy Course”?

Why should students read Principal Thampu’s memoir as titled above? Well, because they are at the center of it! The book is all about them! They’d agree; if they...