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Bob Greene

“What if you set off on a vacation trip in search of history—and your destination was the men who had been president?” Asking himself that ...

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Bimal Jalan

As recently as a decade ago, the prospect of India becoming a developed country any time soon seemed a distant possibility. Since then, however, there has been ...

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Prem Shankar Jha

This book examines the economic transformation of three of the largest countries in the world - Russia, China and India. Prem Shankar Jha traces the problems th...

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Paul Krugman

No one has more authority to call the economic shots than Paul Krugman. In this long-awaited work, which contains all his most influential recent writings along...

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Kevin Philllips

An acerbic, withering account of the ascent of the Bush family to the pinnacle of the American political and social elite and the implications of the dynasty...

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Arun Shourie

Administration degenerates into notings on files/regulations, entangle regulations/ institutions, set up to solve problems, become problems/ even matters that e...

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Arun Shourie

Informed essays on Ind-Pakistan relations, Study of communalism, highly critical of Indian foreign policy and alleged Islamic extremism. by a prominent Indian w...

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Bimal Jalan

An insider's account of how politics is practised in India, and to what effect? In India's Politics: A View from the Backbench, Bimal Jalan, ex-Gover...

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Michael Mandelbaum

At the dawn of the twenty-first century, three ideas dominate the world: peace as the preferred basis for relations between and among different countries, democ...

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Arun Maira

Twenty-two official languages, many races and almost all the major religions of the world—could a diverse country like India have survived without democra...

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Giles Bolton

For eight years, Giles Bolton worked for the British Government's Department for International Development (DFID), in countries as far flung as Kenya, Rwand...

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Tavleen Singh

Tavleen Singh began writing her weekly column in The Indian Express in 1987. It was history as First draft, written not in hindsight but as events unfolded. The...

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