Diamonds are Forever: A Saturday story

Saturday Stories By Rashmi Bansal HarperCollins, 176 pages, Rs 250

Tales of Mother Nature, tales of ruin and of rejuvenation

Marginlands: Indian Landscape on the Brink By Arati Kumari-Rao Picador India, 256 pages, Rs 699

Have you read ‘Sharlak Homz kā Pahlā Kārnāma’?

Urdu Crime Fiction, 1890–1950: An Informal History By C. M. Naim Orient BlackSwan, 304 pages, Rs 875

How education is a positive influence on healthcare

Pulse to Planet: The Long Lifeline of Human Health By K. Srinath Reddy With Forewords by N.R. Narayana Murthy & Sir Michael Marmot HarperCollins | 264 pp | Rs 599

Making sense of a decade in the life of judiciary

Unsealed Covers: A Decade of the Constitution, the Courts and the State By Gautam Bhatia HarperCollins, 496 pages, Rs 699.00

Where was Mahatma Gandhi on the dawn of independence?

The Peacemakers Edited by Ghazala Wahab Aleph, 280 pages, Rs 799

Aurobindo’s independence message spoke of his five dreams for India

Sri Aurobindo: The Life and Teachings of a Revolutionary Philosopher By Roshen Dalal Macmillan, 328 pages, Rs 699

What Rajaji foresaw: People of India will have to undergo great trial

Selected Works of C. Rajagopalachari: Vol. VIII, 1946–48 By Ravi K. Mishra and Narendra Shukla (Editors) Orient BlackSwan, 460 pages, Rs 2,575

How Gandhi saw Sardar: a large-hearted leader, accommodative of all Indians…

A Plain, Blunt Man: The Essential Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Edited by Urvish Kothari Aleph, 328 pages, Rs 799

How Prime Minister’s Office functions

How Prime Ministers Decide By Neerja Chowdhury Aleph, 608 pages, Rs 999

Learning about the Northeast, learning from the Northeast

Northeast India: A Political History By Samrat Choudhury HarperCollins | 432 pp | Rs 699

How Abe left an indelible imprint on Japan-India relations

The Importance of Shinzo Abe: India, Japan and the Indo-Pacific Edited By Sanjaya Baru HarperCollins, 284 pages, Rs 699 Shinzo Abe, who was tragically assassinated on July 8, 2022, is widely r

Fifty reasons to read ‘The Greatest Indian Stories Ever Told’

The Greatest Indian Stories Ever Told Edited by Arunava Sinha Aleph, 528 pages, Rs 999 What is it about the short-story form that makes it so popular? Isn’t the novel the real thing? A s

No country for women? Derek O`Brien asks

Who Cares About Parliament: Speaking Up to Protect India’s Great Institution By Derek O’Brien Rupa / 224 pages / Rs 395

Who we are: ‘Indians’ throws light on our civilization, origins and evolution

The Indians: Histories of a Civilization Edited by G. N. Devy, Tony Joseph, and Ravi Korisettar Aleph, 648 pages, Rs 1,299

Global trade – and its discontents

The Global Trade Paradigm: Rethinking International Business in the Post-Pandemic World By Arun Kumar HarperCollins, 352 pages, Rs. 699

Tales of valour, from Indian Para Special Forces

BALIDAN: Stories of India’s Greatest PARA Special Forces Operatives By Swapnil Pandey HarperCollins, xviii+228 pages, Rs 299 ‘Balidan’ brings together six valiant stories of

The casebook of a ghost hunter

Ghost Hunter Gaurav Tiwari: The Life and Legacy of India’s Foremost Paranormal Investigator By Abhirup Dhar and Indian Paranormal Society Rupa, 272 pages, Rs 295

Seshan’s posthumous autobiography is essential reading on electoral reforms

Through the Broken Glass: An Autobiography By T.N. Seshan Rupa, 368 pages, Rs 795 Tirunellai Narayana Iyer Seshan was a one-of-a-kind administrator. Nicknamed ‘Alsatian’ for his no

A veritable seminar on history – past and present – with Romila Thapar

The Future in the Past: Essays and Reflections By Romila Thapar Aleph, 336 pages, Rs 999

Visionary Talk: Amitabh Gupta, Pune Police Commissioner with Kailashnath Adhikari, MD, Governance Now


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