Monday, 20 August, 2018

Filmmaker Saeed Akhtar Mirza’s new book confronts the shaky façade of global politics

‘Memory in the Age of Amnesia’ echoes Mirza’s own 1984 film Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho. It is a rant as much as it is an argument, and is often uncomfortable.

There’s a lot to Pakistan beyond coups and fundamentalists. Raza Rumi chronicles it

Raza Rumi’s book will appeal to a broad range of readers interested in the artistic and cultural landscape of Pakistan.

Trade across LoC is way to India-Pakistan peace, argues new book

In 'Conflict Management in Kashmir', scholar Mahapatra says initial trade momentum which was disrupted by political barriers can change. With Imran Khan assu...

Upamanyu Chatterjee’s novella turns the lynching narrative into one of cold-blooded murder

The contrast is obvious and the impact ruthless in his new novella ‘Revenge Of The Non-Vegetarian’.

From Mao to Xi, a peep into the minds of China’s great strategists

Sulmaan Wasif Khan’s ‘Haunted by Chaos’ tells the story of how China’s leaders shaped its destiny through their distinct ideologies, traumatic pasts and disparate visions.

For espionage buffs, ex-Raw chief Vikram Sood’s ‘The Unending Game’ is a fascinating read

The book is neither a memoir nor an insider’s account of the organisation. It's more of a primer, written by that rare intellectual among spies. India is a c...

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