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Book Review: ‘Being Hindu, Being Indian’ by Vanya Vaidehi Bhargav

"Being Hindu, Being Indian" by Vanya Vaidehi Bhargav is a fascinating reappraisal of Lala Lajpat Rai's intellectual and political accomplishments, providing a pertinent study of his continued importance in the current debate.

Auther Awards 2024 Shortlisted Books to Read

The AutHer Awards 2024 unveiled its Shortlists, spotlighting exceptional female talents across Fiction, Non-Fiction, Children’s Literature, and Debut categories.

Book Review: ‘The Coming Wave’ by Mustafa Suleyman and Michael Bhaskar

"The Coming Wave" is a must-read for anyone interested in the future of technology and its impact on society. Mustafa Suleyman's diverse background and expertise make his insights invaluable, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by AI and synthetic biology in the 21st century.

Book Review: ‘Study for Obedience’ by Sarah Bernstein (Shortlisted for The...

"Study for Obedience" is a thought-provoking and complex novel that does not provide easy answers. It invites readers to grapple with intricate human relationships, particularly those shaped by trauma and violence, and forces contemplation on the enduring consequences of historical atrocities.

Book Review: ‘The New China Playbook’ by Keyu Jin

"The New China Playbook" concludes with a reflection on the evolving dynamics of China's interactions with the world. Jin stresses the importance of understanding China's journey as part of an ongoing evolution, emphasizing the need to find a balance between growing wealth and maintaining social harmony.

Book Review: ‘Divorce is Normal’ by Shasvathi Siva

"Divorce is Normal" emerges as a beacon of hope and a source of strength for anyone seeking a way out of the darkness often associated with divorce and separation.