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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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Celebrating J. R. R. Tolkien: The Father of Juvenile Fantasy

As we celebrate the 126th birth anniversary of this author of masterpieces like The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion, we try to locate what makes his...

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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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Top Four Reads on Environment

If you are a sensible human being who cares about global warming and likes to read as well, we have a list of four best reads on climate change that will empower and...

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The Coming-Of-Age Crisis in History of Wolves

  “Maybe there is a way to climb above everything, some special ladder or insight, some optical vantage point that allows a clear, unobstructed view of things....

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Two new Game of Thrones books rumoured to be released in 2018

While the largely popular T.V series Game of Thrones has charged forward, the next instalment in the book series titled ‘The Winds of Winter’ has been much delayed....

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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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Reads for the Mid-Sem Break

Haven’t picked up a novel in the last three months? Or tried to pick one up but never got past the first couple of chapters? Who has the time, you say. What with...

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A Potterhead’s Review Of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child

Released on 31st July 2016, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is already the UK’s fastest selling book of the decade. The book picks up right where the epilogue of...