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Atul K Thakur

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For you tread on my dreams

30 Nov 2014 9:45 PM GMT
After a quite steady spell with three books of non-fiction, based on Calcutta and Tagore – now Amit Chaudhuri is back to where he belongs more, the...

Portrait of a politician as a soloist

10 Aug 2014 9:42 PM GMT
Sankarshan Thakur has been a seasoned journalist with a varied yet consistent understanding of his home state, Bihar. With more than two decades in...

A study in longing and disquiet

3 Aug 2014 10:51 PM GMT
Nepal has been on a roller coaster, ever since it started coming to terms with democracy. At the same time, it would be fabulously wrong to confuse...

The downstream of Indian democracy

27 April 2014 5:20 PM GMT
The common and uncontested perception is that the foreign correspondents stay in merry state with privileged dining, wining and roving spree into...

Interpreter of curable maladies

2 March 2014 10:15 PM GMT
T SR Subramanian – with an insider’s insight and outsider’s rage – has made a frontal attack on the ills of Indian government and bureaucratic setup...

Frontiers of insecurity

22 Dec 2013 8:59 PM GMT
This is Jaswant Singh’s eleventh book, and in this, the former foreign minister has opted to keep his focus intact on ground level experiences rather...

Wealth of the nation

17 Nov 2013 9:45 PM GMT
T T Rammohan is an academician of repute from IIM Ahmadabad. But unlike the rest of his creed, his writings are diverse and are meant for all kind of...

Between devil and the deep sea

3 Nov 2013 9:55 PM GMT
The current state of Pakistan is messy and full of existential contradictions. A nation ­– built on the false premise of a potential ‘identity...

Train to partition

13 Oct 2013 9:40 PM GMT
Normally, we hear of Punjab and think about the partition that horribly divided it into East and West. The scare is permanent, as one of the world’s...

Train to partition

13 Oct 2013 6:48 PM GMT
Normally, we hear of Punjab and think about the partition that horribly divided it into East and West. The scare is permanent, as one of the world’s...

All gore for the crown

6 Oct 2013 9:14 PM GMT
Nepal has an eventful past, but sadly its culture of historiography isn’t that strong. Few historians from the land, which has on occasions, seen...

All gore for the crown

6 Oct 2013 9:14 PM GMT
Nepal has an eventful past, but sadly its culture of historiography isn’t that strong. Few historians from the land, which has on occasions, seen...
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