BOOKS

Unveiling the multifarious, magical world of ‘daal’ (Book Review)  

Book: Pull of Pulses Full of Beans; Author: Salma Husain and Vijay Thukral; Publisher: Niyogi Books; Pages: 204 pages; Price:…

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Of mythology, romance, health and nature (Books This Weekend)

New Delhi, March 31 (IANS) Enter into an enchanting world of fantasy and adventure, in which mythology, action and suspense come…

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Improve yourself with these amazing self-help offerings (Books This Weekend)  

New Delhi, March 23 (IANS) Across the globe, there has always been a substantial interest in self-help books. We present four…

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Sanjay Dutt upset over ‘biography’, publisher stops further extracts 

Mumbai, March 22 (IANS) Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt is planning legal action against the writer and publisher of his “unauthorised” biography…

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Mutual trust with subordinate ‘sine qua non’ of effective leadership (Book Review)

Title: The Manager Who Became an Influencer; Author: Harish Shivdasani; Publisher: Rupa Publications; Pages: 98; Price: Rs 195 Apart from…

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‘Mostly Harmless’: Douglas Adams’ comic universal ‘travelogue’ and its impact (Column: Bookends)

No other book has gone so far. Last month, Canadian American entrepreneur Elon Musk sent a copy of this science…

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Spirituality, mystery, detectives and growth (Books This Weekend)  

New Delhi, March 2 (IANS) Get some spiritual guidance from a figure of international stature; read how a secret agent investigates…

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Stand-up comedian Balraj to pen a book  

Mumbai, March 2 (IANS) Stand-up comedian Balraj, who was seen in the show “Entertainment Ki Raat”, will be penning a book…

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The ad game: What advertisements tell us about ourselves (Book Review)  

Title: Stark Raving Ad: A Giddy Guide to Indian Ads You Love (Or Hate); Author: Ritu Singh; Publisher: Hachette India;…

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Rhythms of history: A rocking retelling of the later 20th century (Column: Bookends)  

Anyone who thinks that the only place you could find the likes of, say, Stalin, Marilyn Monroe, Ernest Hemingway, Albert…

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