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Book review: Slice Girls by Dr Joan Arakkal is a thought-provoking read

If we were to look back over the last decade, we would agree that globally, a collective awakening took place. This awakening prompted introspection, a revisiting of the status quo and most crucially, the...
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Lessons from the story of Anh Do, the ‘happiest refugee’ in Australia

It was 700 of us in the Adelaide Convention Centre, and we were all laughing and crying at the same time, thanks to Anh Do. Who would have thought listening to a keynote address...
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Book review: The Assassination of Indira Gandhi by Upamanyu Chatterjee

Sandwiched within the provocatively titled book, The Assassination of Indira Gandhi, Upamanyu Chatterjee’s collection of short stories takes a wide sweep of rural and urban India’s landscapes and ‘peoplescapes’, through a range of extreme...

Book review: Mark Balla’s journey as the titular character in ‘Toilet Warrior’

A toilet adventure of epic proportions changed his world. Now he wishes to share his story with everyone. With his latest book Toilet Warrior, Melbourne' s Mark Balla talks about his investment in the...
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Book review: Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe

Facebook is perhaps the best example of how a great idea of connecting with family and friends online can become a catastrophe in just 15 years of its existence. From the Cambridge Analytica data scandal,...

Sydney surgeon on a mission

Dr Ray Hodgson has his own mountain to climb in Nepal, and it’s not Everest

Ind V Aus through the ages

Sydney-based historian Kersi Meher-Homji’s latest book is a must-read for cricket fans

Retail Reframe

Using data-driven techniques to scale up your business: Sameer Babbar’s new book

How 5 days a year transformed Jaipur’s cultural landscape

ARCHANA SHARMA on how the Jaipur Literature Festival turned the city into a thriving cultural hub.

Introvert and cricket legend

The story of the quiet batsman who made that career-defining knock of 281, WRITES MOHAMMED SHAFEEQ.