‘Tagore’s books were way ahead of their time’

Although it was Kabuliwalah that drew her closer to Tagore, it was his words about the emancipation of women in the 19th century that really resonated with Radha.
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Don’t Miss! Five books to look forward to in August 2018

SAKET SUMAN narrows down a list from dozens of books releasing in August
Abir Mukerjee Smoke And Ashes.Indian Link

Book review: Smoke and Ashes

Abir Mukherjee’s book is an intriguing peek into India’s tumultuous historic time, albeit with a generous sprinkling of crime and mystery, writes VIKAS DATTA
lost manuscript.Indian Link

Lost manuscript of 17th century Bengali poet may have been found

Manuscripts waiting to be examined by experts.

Of revenge and resilience

Nandita’s third book, like her earlier two, deals with women struggling to free themselves from constraints -- particularly religious, social and cultural -- imposed by others

Bookshelf

A glance on what’s hot off the press in India.
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Don’t miss! Five books to look forward to in May 2018

SAKET SUMAN narrows down a list from dozens of books releasing in May

A breath of fresh air for Rahi Masoom Raza’s Scene 75

Poonam Saxena manages to capture the essence of the original Hindi-Urdu novel in her rendition.

The Tandoor Murder: a story that rocked India

The bigger the bonfire, the greater the darkness. Former cop pens harrowing saga of a Delhi murder that shook a nation. ANANYA DAS reports

A pocketful of India

Craig Jeffrey’s book on India packs a quick punch. Writes RAKA SARKHEL LAHA