Monday, 18 June, 2018

Book on Qandeel Baloch reveals how her sexuality both intrigued & disgusted Pakistan

‘The sensational life & death of Qandeel Baloch’ takes readers through the life of the Pakistan diva killed for trying to live on her own terms.

Sarina Kamini’s book Spirits in a Spice Jar is contrary to Kashmir’s finger-licking food

The Kashmiri Pandit author's account turns out to be nothing more than a glorified cookbook.

‘Who Owns that Song?’: How a Tamil poet’s works became the first to be nationalise...

A.R. Venkatachalapathy book is a racy read that narrates the legal drama behind bringing Subramania Bharati's works to the public.

16 women reclaim their position in the world, one graphic story at a time

The Elephant in the Room may just be one of the most beautiful reads to order right now. An assembly of graphic stories in which women draw their world, this book is a collectible.

The making and unravelling of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto

Born to be Hanged, Syeda Hameed’s biography of Bhutto, is a valuable contribution to the existing corpus of research on political figures of South Asia.

A curious way to define national security

The Oxford Handbook might have enabled deeper engagement if it had a narrower conception of national security