“Keep Sharp” by Dr Sanjay Gupta

Dr SanjayGupta’s new book, Keep Sharp, is an absorbing read about how to keep oneself fit and healthy, especially our brains. He shares the widely
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“The Nameless God” by Savie Karnel

The Nameless God by  Savie Karnel is an extraordinary novel for little kids. It is simply told. Set in Dec 1992 but in a nameless town where
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Q& A with Satyanand Nirupam, Editorial Director, Rajkamal Prakashan

Rajkamal Prakashan Group are hindi publishers who have been in existence for many decades. They have an enviable stable of authors whom they published when
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“Beginners” by Tom Vanderbilt

Beginners by best-selling author, Tom Vanderbilt is a self-help book. Psychologically very uplifting. It is down-to-earth and humble. It is nice to see a memoir-cum-selfhelp
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“Gribblebob’s Book of Unpleasant Goblins” by David Ashby

This book arrived today — Gribblebob’s Book of Unpleasant Goblins by David Ashby. My daughter immediately picked it up and was glued to it. Refused
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“The Girl Who Said No to the Nazis: Sophie Scholl and the Plot Against Hitler” by Haydn Kaye

Selective telling of histories to children serves multiple purposes. Not least in reminding newer generations of the atrocities of the past. Mostly these are written
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Romain Rolland Prize 2021

On 23 Jan 2021, the Romain Rolland Prize was announced.At first there was a session on the “Challenges of Translation” with Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens, Diplomat. Counsellor
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“Age Of Pandemics (1817-1920): How they shaped India and the World” by Chinmay Tumbe

I lost a great-grandmother to the influenza epidemic of 1917-18. She died in Meerut. My grandfather was three years old at the time. He always
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Anita Heiss

Today it was announced on BBC World News that the Australian PM Morrisson criticised Cricket Australia for dropping “Australia Day” from its matches played on
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“Kamala Harris: The American Story that Began on India’s Shores” by Hansa Makhijani Jain

. <I find this interesting. Of all the publishers present in India, Hachette India seems to be the only one so far that has commissioned a biography
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