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Book Review: ‘Because India Comes First’ by Ram Madhav

"Because India Comes First: Reflections on Nationalism, Identity and Culture" by Ram Madhav emerges as a seminal work for anyone keen on understanding the intricate web of India’s political, cultural, and societal fabric.

Book Review: ‘The Hindutva Paradigm’ by Ram Madhav

"The Hindutva Paradigm" by Ram Madhav explores the Indian intellectual tradition's diverse thought and encourages a discourse that values ideas over identities.

Book Review: ‘The Indian Reality’ by Ram Madhav

With its thought-provoking narratives and incisive commentary, "The Indian Reality" by Ram Madhav serves as a timely reflection on the multifaceted complexities of contemporary India.

Book Review: ‘Anger Management: The Troubled Diplomatic Relationship between India and...

In his book, "Anger Management: The Troubled Diplomatic Relationship among India and Pakistan," High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria offers a clean perspective on bilateral demanding situations.

Book Review: ‘The Puppeteer’ by Ajit Menon and Anil Verma

"The Puppeteer" is an exciting novel set under India's Defensive Offence doctrine, highlighting the complexity of international politics and the delicate balance between national security and global affairs.

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

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