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Book Review: Delhi After Dark

Ghosts, crime and the city. Only if there weren’t a thesaurus spilt on the pages

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

The dead speak through this book on anti-terror laws and their abuse

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Book review: The Bone Clocks is a giddy, freewheeling, genre-switching literary confection

A giddy, freewheeling, genre-switching literary confection

Book review: The Zone of Interest is about a romance in Auschwitz

An old-fashioned novel that wavers between satire and sentimentality

Black Pepper, Red Pepper: India and the First World War

A book with rare photographs and anecdotes highlights the divide between Indian soldiers and their European counterparts during WW I

Book review: Colours of the Cage; A Prison Memoir

A human rights activist writes about the five years he spent in the Nagpur Central Jail on false charges of being a Maoist.

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What Seas, What Shores

Epic in sweep, Kalyan Ray’s novel sends its characters on a long journey home.

Book review: Natwar Singh's autobiography isn't only about Volcker “conspiracy"

The autobiography of Congress leader Natwar Singh is short on humility, as well as substance

The Inner Eye

Photographs that make you see the blind with awe.

Forego the Foreplay

An account of sex and sexuality in contemporary India takes a while to hit the sweet spot.

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