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FAKE PROPAGANDA KILLS

2019-02-23T21:06:09+05:30
Shivam Shankar Singh’s How to Win an Indian Election takes readers into the forbidden world of election war rooms, giving a glimpse into how strategies are formulated, what works with voters on the ground and what really makes for a winning election campaign. Excerpts:

100 years of Dyer's fire

2019-02-16T21:22:52+05:30
Kim A Wagner’s Jallianwala Bagh argues how General Dyer's order to open fire at the heart of Amritsar was an act of crippling fear with telling consequences for the Indian freedom struggle. Excerpts:

The last laugh

2019-02-09T21:07:17+05:30
Mamata Banerjee remains resolute in her struggle for federal and institutional autonomy – the recent dharna to ‘Save the Indian Constitution’ was another moment to realise the unfailing commitment of Bengal’s Iron Lady

India's Numero Uno

2019-02-02T18:24:30+05:30
Tata industries is synonymous to the independent Indian dream of achieving sky-touching success from humble beginnings – author Shashank Shah delves into this massive legacy in his new book The Tata Group: From Torchbearers to Trailblazers. Excerpts:

Vikram Pandit's CITI cacaphony

2019-01-26T19:06:18+05:30
In Crash: Lessons from the entry and exit of CEOs, author R Gopalakrishnan outlines the challenges of remaining a CEO – the troubles, anxieties and ultimate resilience essential in the face of financial adversity. Excerpts:

The dialectic of Elections

2019-01-19T21:32:36+05:30
‘Elections are the site where the deeper dynamics of Indian society are played out’ – argues Bhikhu Parekh in The Great March of Democracy, Edited by S Y Quraishi, that delves into the subtle nuances governing electioneering in India today. Excerpts:

India's tryst with Economics

2019-01-12T20:01:33+05:30
In their new book, The Age of Awakening, authors Amit Kapoor & Chirag Yadav painstakingly discuss India’s economic vision – the titans, failures, moral shortcomings and ultimate recuperative measures. Excerpts:

MRINAL SEN: ALWAYS BEING BORN

2019-01-05T20:36:57+05:30
Mrinal Sen’s demise at 95 has drawn the curtains upon India’s New Wave filmmaking that had been fuelled by a departure from conformity and a rebellion towards intellectual emancipation. Now is an opportune moment to flip through the pages of perhaps his most unplanned script, Always Being Born, his own memoir. Excerpts:

THE STING OPERATION

2018-12-29T20:29:23+05:30
In his first book, The Anatomy of a Sting, author Bhupen Patel takes readers through the nuances of operating a sting, uncovering dirt on powerful men manipulating young girls for sex and services – a story that gathers enough evidence to grab the attention of concerned public authorities; Excerpts:

Designing the Indian Capital

2018-12-22T20:55:20+05:30
In Connaught Place and the Making of New Delhi, author Swapna Liddle details the journey of deciding, deliberating and creating the city that is today home to over 18 million Indians, Excerpts:

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: BEHIND GREY BARS

2018-12-15T19:58:14+05:30
Celebrating Human Rights is a simultaneous duty and privilege – we owe our citizens the fruits of freedom, most of all to those whose dreams of 'rights' have been eclipsed in our country's abhorrent prisons

Big-time binging plans on Netflix

2018-12-15T19:55:24+05:30
With an array of original content, Netflix can expect a massive boost in its Indian subscriber figures. Here are five upcoming Netflix India original series that are sure to have you hooked!
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