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@monikahalan @livemint Best wishes for your next endeavour. Thanks so much for the book ‘Let’s talk money’. Easy prose and great structure. – source
Also recommended byAbhishek Kar
‘A clear look into India’s political, social and economic history unobstructed by decades of agenda-driven narratives that sought to muddy the waters of our civilisational truths.’- Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs, Government of India‘India suffers from political scientists who slavishly recommend that India follow in ...
A New Idea Of India: This book by @harshmadhusudan @RMantri is about plain speaking, challenging intellectual orthodoxies+ acknowledging many of the wonderful things about India. It is essential reading for anyone who welcomes positive [email protected] – source
Roger Scruton’s book “Fools, frauds and firebrands” is an essential reading to understand the “Left”, while determining the role of an Indian “Right”. It is a damning indictment of the lies, delusions and bigotries of leading Western Leftist thinkers. – source
The rise of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was much more than an ordinary electoral phenomenon: it brought to the fore two contrasting views of nationhood: between those who saw modern India in terms of secular republicanism and on the other hand were those who sought to blend technological modernity with the country's Hindu inheritance. The Righ...
The Right Beliefs: A Review Of @swapan55 ’s ‘Awakening Bharat Mata’. @freentglty on why Swapan Dasgupta's latest book that weaves a skilful narrative that captures the political beliefs of India’s Right is a must-read for those interested in the movement – source
Loving wife, obedient daughter, loyal friend.But if you provoke her, she will raise her hood and spit poison.A woman is stalked by a man she had once rejected. A housewife discovers a plot to kill her husband. A blond young girl is chased by an underworld gang.But these are no ordinary women.Some of them aren't even women.YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED Lovin...
Book Review - Nagin, a collection of 9 short stories by a very talented Pune based writer @freentglty, is a highly imaginative account of life, love and loss related through instances of horror and humour. via @swarajyamag – source