A book that traces the growth of the hill stations of Landour and Mussoorie from the days of the Raj
Harris Irfan’s Heaven’s Bankers (Constable & Robinson) is the first inside job on the rather opaque world of Islamic, Sharia-compliant finance.
The publishing world, and your credulity, is savaged in Robert Galbraith’s new novel.
The instruments of modern finance, like cheques and letters of credit, were innovated by Islamic bankers before the Crusades
Delhi is the bad character in this debut novel about a young woman in the city.
How a dialogue across continents shaped modern Indian thought.
Keki Daruwalla reconstructs an ancient world
Stephen King has written a horrifying tale, without a ghoul in sight
This book chronicles the achievements of a brilliant manager working under very adverse conditions.
Author Devdutt Pattanaik succeeds admirably, by retelling the country’s most popular story through the eyes of Sita.
Reprinted with permission from Simon and Schuster Book: Hard Choices Author: Hillary Rodham Clinton Publishers: Simon and Schuster Pages: 656 Price: Rs. 999 What happened when US President Barack Obama gatecrashed a secret meeting at the 2009 Copenhagen conference on climate change, attended by world leaders including former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. No! No! […]
How small-town India negotiates life after dusk.
Allan Sealy’s ambitious new book is an intellectual treat that demands to be savoured over time.
Roshen Dalal’s book on the Vedas is a comprehensive and intellectual analysis of the foundational texts of Hinduism.
In his autobiography, Italian footballer Andrea Pirlo shows as much finesse with the pen as he does with the ball in the mid-field.