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Lt Gen V M Patil , Lt Gen Vinod Khandare , Lt Gen Dr D B Shekatkar

Throughout history, we have witnessed several struggles, battles, and wars as each imperial power has been in pursuit to assert their supremacy and gain dominan...


S. Hussain Zaidi

On the afternoon of 12 March 1993, a series of explosions cut a swathe of terror and destruction through Bombay. The toll: 257 killed or missing, 713 injured, a...


Savitha Rao

India Positive Citizen – One Action, Once a Week, Every Week. Building A Great Nation One India Positive Action At A Time by Savitha Rao is a compelling e...


T. N. Ninan

In The Turn of the Tortoise, the distinguished journalist T.N. Ninan addresses a range of contemporary questions as only he can—looking at why the economy...


Rinku Paul , Puja Singhal

Have you ever considered quitting your high-paying corporate job to strike out on your own, only to be told by your inner voice-and a host of naysayers-that it ...


Khushwant Singh

Khushwant Singh is one of the most prolific writers India has produced. In Khushwantnama: The Lessons Of My Life, Khushwant Singh reflects on his life, the expe...



Fiction Travel Memoir Reportage Essays. An anthology of new writing and new writers, and established writers writing in a new genre, First Proof showcases origi...


Bill Bryson

After nearly two decades in Britain, Bill Bryson took the decision to move back to the States for a few years, to let his kids experience life in another countr...


Penelope Deutscher

'Deconstruction is not neutral. It intervenes' Jacques Derrida An idiosyncratic and highly controversial French philosopher, Jacques Derrida inspired pr...


Umberto Eco

In this collection of essays and addresses delivered over the course of his illustrious career, Umberto Eco seeks "to understand the chemistry of [his] pas...


Marvin Minsky

The Emotion Machine explains how our minds work, how they progress from simple kinds of thought to more complex forms that enable us to reflect on ourselves -- ...


T S Satyan

‘There is still much of the boy in Satyan—at eighty-one, he retains the same robust curiosity about the world that he did when he was eight’&m...