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Governance for Growth in India
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Author A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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Governance for Growth in India, authored by one of the most inspiring Presidents India ever saw – Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, is a thoughtful and timely book on how the current issues India is facing could be tackled with an honest and corrupt-free governance. Summary of the Book Dr. A. P. J. Ab... Read More...
Eminent Historians: Their Technology, Their Line, Their Fraud
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Author Arun Shourie
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Tarnish every person, institution, period from which people may derive pride, confidence; ascribe tolerance, magnanimity to the intolerant; portray the inclusive, open tradition as the one out to swallow others, and the exclusives; totalitarian ideology as the ideology of broad - mindedness, of peac... Read More...
The Strange Case Of The Attack On The Indian Parliament
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Author Arundhati Roy
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On 13 December 2001, the Indian Parliament was attacked by five—some say six—heavily armed men. Five years later, we still do not know who was behind the attack, nor the identity of the attackers. Both the Delhi High court and the Supreme Court have noted that the police violated legal safeguards, f... Read More...
Everything And More
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Author David Foster
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The best-selling author of Infinite Jest on the two-thousand-year-old quest to understand infinity.One of the outstanding voices of his generation, David Foster Wallace has won a large and devoted following for the intellectual ambition and bravura style of his fiction and essays. Now he brings his ... Read More...
Freedom at midnight
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Author Dominique Lapierre
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First published in 1975, this 2009 edition is a new edition of the best-selling book described as irreplaceable by Le Monde, Paris. It is a poignant reminder of the defining moments of the end of the British Raj, the independence of 400 million people, their division into India and the newly created... Read More...
Akbar And The Rise Of The Mughal Empire
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Author G B Malleson
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Babar was the founder Mughal dynastry in india, but he transmited to his successors only the idea of mere conquerer.It was Akbar , his grandson, who recognised the need for the union in the intrests of the conquerod for the foundation of a powerful empire. Read More...
Sunday Sentiments
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Author Karan Thapar
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This book packs together the best of these columns by weaving them under separate sections –in the frame, portals of power etc. which covers a variety of interesting personalities and subjects-from the most talked about ‘The Musharraf Syndrome’ to the most typical ones where the likes of pritam and ... Read More...
Memories of Madness: Stories in 1947
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Author Khushwant Singh
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Stories about the human cost of Partition Read More...
The Closing Chapter
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Author Lord Denning
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India The Siege Within
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Author M J Akbar
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Traces the history of India since the Partition in 1947, and analyzes the current political situation and India's future Read More...
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