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Saving What’s Left

While Praful Bidwai’s critique of the Left is sympathetic at one level, it doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to addressing flaws that have dogged the communist movement in India By Ajith Pillai...

The Quest for Questions

The importance of Question Hour in parliamentary democracy cannot be overemphasized. This book documents the questions asked from pre-independent India to now, making it a veritable gallery of history...

When justice means fairness

American philosopher John Rawls’ idea of justice can be seen in our constitution, though some Supreme Court judgements have moved away from it, says this book By V Venkatesan To understand ...

Dream Mission

<h2 size="16" align="left" margin="10"]This is the untold story of how India triumphed in its mission to Mars. It is also about its dash to win the geo-political race ...

Emergency an “avoidable event”

<h2 size="16" align="left" margin="10"]This is what President Pranab Mukherjee’s book says about one of the most momentous events in india. He looks at various happeni...

To sir, with love

Getting good teachers is a life-long gift. this book speaks about learning, education, teachers and most importantly, the student, whom everyone has forgotten By Shobha John Have you come a...

A suitable judge

Leila Seth writes with humaneness about the need for society to be more inclusive—towards women, Muslims and gays By Rashme Sehgal   A slender, gem of a book written by eminent juri...

Capturing moments in time

The Supreme court deals with a variety of issues. This book attempts to make sense of the chaos and is a good reference work By Sanjay Hegde   A constitution, said Napolean Bonaparte, should be...

Harvesting hatred

A new biography of Shiv Sena’s Bal Thackeray describes how he redefined Maharashtra’s politics forever, injecting venom into it By Ramesh Menon It  was sometime in the mid-sixties when we realiz...

The invisible Palestinian

A book that describes how the Zionists beat their ploughshares into swords. By Jagdish Sagar   In April, 1897, Herbert Bentwich, a successful, prosperous and very British solicitor (and ...

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