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Take Your Pick!

6 April 2019 2:57 PM GMT
From film stars to cricketers and political mavericks – this Lok Sabha election will witness debutantes from across professions. The intent – largely...

The Modi Years

6 April 2019 2:49 PM GMT
2014 August 15, 2014 PM's first address to the nation: Speaking from Red Fort, Prime Minister Modi announced the launch of Jan Dhan Yojana,...


30 March 2019 4:22 PM GMT
S Hussain Zaidi is back with another thriller – this time, in Dawood's Mentor, he delves into the friendship between Dawood and Khalid Khan Bachcha that eventually led to the formation of the dreaded D-Company; Excerpts:

Man v/s Machine

23 March 2019 3:37 PM GMT
Atul Jalan’s Where Will Man Take Us tackles nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence, quantum computing and genetics – seamlessly weaving the future of technology with the changing dynamics of human civilisation. Excerpts:


16 March 2019 3:29 PM GMT
Andrew Whitehead’s The Lives of Freda unravels the pioneering life of an English woman who crossed borders and defied norms only because she believed in the possibility of a free India. Excerpts:

A Divine Offering

9 March 2019 6:15 PM GMT
Devang Singh & Varud Gupta’s Bhagwaan Ke Pakwaan gives readers a unique travelogue that couples as a cookbook – exploring the nexus of food and faith through the various indigenous communities of India. Excerpts:


23 Feb 2019 3:36 PM GMT
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

16 Feb 2019 3:52 PM GMT
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

9 Feb 2019 3:37 PM GMT
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

2 Feb 2019 12:54 PM GMT
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

26 Jan 2019 1:36 PM GMT
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

19 Jan 2019 4:02 PM GMT
‘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:
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