Sunday, 27 November, 2022


‘The People of India’ — new book traces grassroots political actors, how they shape New India

Published by Penguin India, the anthology of essays curated by social scientists Ravinder Kaur and Nayanika Mathur, will be released on 15 November on ThePrint's Softcover.

‘A wake-up call’: New book examines what leads to war and offers solutions for achieving world peace

Published by HarperCollins, 'A World Without War' by Sundeep Waslekar will be released on 10 November on ThePrint's Softcover.

New autobiography tells story of Japan-born freedom fighter who fought for India’s Independence

Published by HarperCollins, ‘The War Diary of Asha-San’ by Lt Bharati ‘Asha’ Sahay Choudhry, translated by Tanvi Srivastava, will be released on 8 November on ThePrint’s Softcover.

Survival on the world’s highest battlefield – New book tells story of Army at Siachen Glacier

Published by HarperCollins, 'Siachen 1987: Battle for the Frozen Frontier' by Lt Gen. Ramesh Kulkarni will be released on 3rd November on ThePrint's Softcover.

New book challenges ‘mainstream’ Indian history, brings to fore stories of 15 unsung heroes

Published by Penguin Random House India, ‘Bravehearts of Bharat: Vignettes from Indian History’ by Vikram Sampath will be released on 31st October on ThePrint's Softcover.

New book places 3 big cats at center of climate crisis & what makes them ‘man-eaters’

Published by HarperCollins, ‘Crooked Cats: Beastly Encounters in the Anthropocene’ by Nayanika Mathur will be released on 11 October on ThePrint's Softcover.

New book explores role played by Indian soldiers in expansion & also downfall of British empire

An online book discussion on Ravindra Rathee's book ‘True to Their Salt', published by HarperCollins, will be take place on 7 October on ThePrint's Softcover.

New book traces ‘untold stories’ of Gandhian activists bringing social change

New Delhi: A new book has documented 'untold' stories of seven Gandhian activists who have powered social change by working tirelessly and away from...

Narasimha Rao to Narendra Modi — New book tracks journey of India’s economic reforms since 1991

Published by HarperCollins, ‘Reform Nation: From the Constraints of P.V. Narasimha Rao to the Convictions of Narendra Modi' will be released on 29 September on ThePrint’s Softcover.

New book explores history of Pashtuns, the ethnic group ‘without a country of their own’

Published by HarperCollins, ‘The Pashtuns: A Contested History' by Tilak Devasher will be released on 27 September on Softcover on ThePrint’s Softcover.

On Camera


FILE PHOTO: Protestors stand in solidarity with Iranian women after the death of Mahsa Amini, in London, Britain September 24, 2022. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne//File Photo

Iran’s people have begun an irreversible process—tearing off the theocratic veil

Iran’s ruling establishment will fight to the end. Locked in confrontation with the West, its leaders know they are on the edge of an existential threat.
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How India-Australia FTA is set to boost trade that’s already at a record high

While the bulk of the trade between India and Australia is so far in the energy sector, the FTA is expected to broaden this to include other goods and services.


Illustration: Soham Sen | The Print

Modi govt moves with Arunachal Frontier Highway, among India’s ‘toughest’ projects yet, China in mind

The 2,000 km-long highway will be of strategic importance to military. Same equipment used on other side of LAC being deployed to carry out work on tough terrain, say officials.

A Gujarat gamble: A likely reason Rahul is not giving Modi a fight this assembly election

I'd rather not buy idea that Rahul's holding his fire until 2024. More likely, Congress believes Karnataka offers best chance of winning a Gujarat-sized state if Gujarat is too challenging.