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Book Review: ‘A Long Season of Ashes’ by Siddhartha Gigoo

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"A Long Season of Ashes" is a poignant and powerful memoir that delves into the experiences of Kashmiri Pandits during a period marked by violence and displacement.

Book Review: ‘Nemesis’ by Wilbur Smith and Tom Harper

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In the intricate tapestry of the Courtney family saga, Wilbur Smith's latest historical fiction adventure, "Nemesis," unravels through the contrasting perspectives of two protagonists, Paul Courtney and Adam Courtney.

Book Review: ‘His Majesty’s Headhunters’ by Mmhonlumo Kikon

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Kikon's book "His Majesty's Headhunters: The Siege of Kohima That Shaped World History" provides a comprehensive analysis of the Battle of Kohima, highlighting the political, cultural, and socioeconomic influences that shaped the region's turbulent past.

Book Review: ‘Why Bharat Matters’ by S. Jaishankar

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Jaishankar’s latest book, “Why Bharat Matters,” offers a compelling exploration of India's evolving role in the global landscape.

Book Review: ‘Kashmir: Book 3 of The Partition Trilogy’ by Manreet...

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"Kashmir: Book 3 of The Partition Trilogy" by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar marks the culmination of the Partition Trilogy, a compelling exploration of the tumultuous events surrounding India's Independence and the Partition.

Book Review: ‘The Assamese’ by Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty

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"The Assamese" by Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty promises an in-depth exploration of one of India's oldest and most distinctive communities.

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