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Book Review: ‘The Future Is Ours’ by Sudhanshu Kaushik

"The Future Is Ours" is not merely a book but a crucial examination of whether the country's youth is prepared to actively participate in shaping their destiny.

Decoding Society through Crime: An Insightful Chat with Anita Nair, Creator...

In the vibrant streets of Bangalore, Anita Nair spins a narrative that mirrors the intricacies of 21st-century society.

Book Review: ‘The Yellow Book: A Traveller’s Diary’ by Amitava Kumar

"The Yellow Book: A Traveller's Diary" is not just a travelogue but a rich tapestry of personal reflections, contemporary issues, and the enduring call for hope.

Book Review: ‘ULFA: The Mirage of Dawn’ by Rajeev Bhattacharyya

"ULFA: The Mirage of Dawn" is more than just a book; it's a labor of love from a seasoned subject matter expert. Rajeev Bhattacharyya's work is a brilliant contribution to the understanding of ULFA's complex history, offering readers a deep dive into the organization's covert operations and cross-border connections.

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

"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: ‘India’s Moment’ by Mohan Kumar

"India’s Moment: Changing Power Equations Around The World" by Ambassador Mohan Kumar delves into the complex arena of international negotiations, providing a profound analysis of India's role in global diplomacy.