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Why I Am a Hindu: Decoding and Rediscovering the World’s Oldest Religion

Delving into Why I Am a Hindu by Shashi Tharoor and realising the truth about one of the oldest religion in this world and what it has become now has been nothing less...

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Book Review: The Vegetarian

Han Kang wrote this three-part novella, inspired by her short story Fruit of My Woman, in 2007. Deborah Smith translated the Korean novel into English in 2015 and it won...

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Chronicling the Literary History of Homosexuality in India

Same-Sex Love in India: Readings from Literature and History edited by Ruth Vanita and Saleem Kidwai encompasses the literary history of homosexuality, ranging from...

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Book Review: My Jiffies

The beauty of some moments lies in the fact at how short lived they are. These fleeting moments are interspersed by complex emotions making it really difficult to put it...

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Book Review: Man, Woman and Child

Why are Erich Segal’s stories such classics when it comes to tugging at the heartstrings? We explore why you should check him up, with this review of Man, Woman...

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Book Review: Mapping the new realities in Exit West

This latest book by Mohsin Hamid, the author of Moth Smoke and The Reluctant Fundamentalist joins dreams, principles, identities and realities to create one of the best...

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Book Review: Up Campus, Down Campus

With posters of ‘Free Nelson Mandela’, ‘Ganga Dhaba’ and ‘Red Flags’ the left dominant culture of Jawaharlal Lal Nehru University (JNU) could never have been...

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Book Review: “Choices” by Shivshankar Menon

Foreign Policy formation of a country which is filled with infinite diversities is not a child’s play. The recent book by Shivshankar Menon, the former National...

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Book Review- The Burning Forest: India’s war in Bastar

“The first casualty when a war comes, is truth”, this quote stares straight at times when people sit to discuss wars. History has been the best witness of how often...

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Book Review: The Inability of Words by Harnidh Kaur

Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. -Plutarch Words alone cannot express the impact of poetry in our lives. Precisely with that thought in...