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I am calling for immigration as reparation: Suketu Mehta

Suketu Mehta on his new book, the long shadow cast by colonialism and why climate refugees won’t stop moving.

The Galaxy Games

A fictional account of the goings-on within India’s space establishment that acquires a life of its own.

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The Ground Beneath Her Feet

The harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova recalls a life anchored in music to survive a world of pain.

‘What honour is left when we have to take orders from traders who haven’t yet learned to wash their bottoms?’

India’s transition to colonialism took place under a for-profit corporation, which existed entirely for the purpose of enriching its investors.

Scholar Alpa Shah on her book Nightmarch, Adivasi society, and how the Maoist promise fell apart

Alpa Shah's book was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize — Britain’s most prestigious award for political writing— in May.

New novel 'Love Actually' meets the horoscopes

"Star-Crossed" is a light, fun read, with a creative spin on a winning rom-com formula that is an escapist's delight.

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Get some shut-eye: Uncovering the mysteries of sleep

In the book, which is laid out in four sections - understanding, losing, managing and mastering sleep, author Swami Subramaniam explores sleep and why it can be used as a tool to improve health and performance.

National Book Awards 2018: Here are the best books of the year

Apart from Translated Literature category, the panel bestowed honours to books in the categories of Young People's Literature, Poetry, Non - fiction, and Fiction.

‘Ismat Chughtai’s Teen Anari, a novella for children, is pure fun’

The story is about learning by doing; while students clamour for the teacher’s blood, Kakku finds what being a student—and a teacher—is all about.

Did you know about Indian dinosaurs? Meet the Rajasaurus

I get wide-eyed, astonished looks from most people when I tell them that India has some of the world’s largest fossil excavation sites and hatcheries!

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Journalist Revati Laul allegedly attacked by Gujarat riots convict

Ahmedabad, Jan 21 (ANI): A convict in the Gujarat riots case, out on parole, allegedly assaulted a journalist in Ahmedabad on Wednesday evening, when she met him for an interview. Revati Laul, who is writing a book on 2002 Naroda Patiya massacre case convicts, alleged that she was punched and slapped by Suresh Chhara. She said she was questioning him at his house in the Naroda area of Ahmedabad during an interview. She added that she managed to escape after Chhara's son and some neighbours intervened. Laul was treated at a government hospital, and later she lodged a complaint at the Vejalpur police station.

Book 'Kalam ki cocktail' unveiled

New Delhi, Jan 10 (ANI): Journalist and writer Sharda Shukla on Sunday unveiled her first book, 'Kalam Ki Cocktail' at Constitutional Club in the national capital.The author said the book is a compilation of a wide range of articles, from poetry to informative write-ups, on epic like Mahabharata. She said the book could be used as an encyclopaedia by readers.

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