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Books to curl up with
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Books to curl up with

A Clutch of Indian Masterpieces Edited by David Davidar The good thing about this collection of 39 short stories is that you can mostly finish one in a sitting. And also that it contains some of the finest writing in Indian regional languages ... DNA India, 4 weeks ago

Tom Gardners No. 3 Tip for Entrepreneurs: Know That You Are Your Greatest Asset, and Biggest Obstacle

November was Entrepreneurship Month on theRule Breaker Investingpodcast, and in this segment, Motley Fool co-founders David and Tom Gardner discuss some of their best advice for anyone else who wants to start a business, be their own boss, and ...
 FOXBusiness.com1 month ago
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A Question of Faith: Is the Tomb of the Legendary King David Really on Mount Zion?

(Before It's News) There is a famous tomb located on Mount Zion in theancient city of Jerusalem. A part of the Diaspora Yeshiva, this tomb receives thousands of visitors every year. Many of them go to the site with the belief that the bones of ...
 Before It's News3 weeks ago

'Art helps preserve lost beauty'

The seventh edition of The Hindu Lit for Life is taking place at the Sir Mutha Venkatasubba Rao Concert Hall in Lady Andal School in Chennai from Saturday. This year, a children's literary festival has also been introduced. It offers workshops ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Indian News Link

Of loot, massacres and exploitation: The legacy of the Raj

SAKET SUMAN reviews Shashi Tharoor's new book, based on his celebrated speech at an Oxford Union debate that went viral on the internet For those of us in India and elsewhere, whose perspectives of the Raj have been shaped by the British version ...
 Indian News Link1 week ago Of loot and exploitation: The legacy of the Raj  Oman Observer1 month ago

I miss my father's liveliness, says Khushwant Singh's daughter

Khushwant Singh's reclusive daughter, publisher-editor Mala Dayal, on her latest book and how her father would have responded to the India of today. Two years ago, when eminent writer Khushwant Singh died at the age of 99, he had over 100 books to ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Achtung Nepali authors

Salman Rushdie was a copywriter at an advertising company, Oglivy & Mather, in Pakistan in 1981 when he wrote Midnight's Children. When the book reached its audience, the literary landscape of South Asia was transformed. Rushdie, who later came to ...
 Kathmandu Post2 months ago
Sunday Guardian Live

Book Review: Up, close and personal with the mightiest beast in the wild

Ranthambore National Park. In his new book, Living with Tigers, author Valmik Thapar provides a detailed account of following and closely observing a bunch of tigers at the Ranthambore National Park, writes Akshay Sharma. Living with Tigers ...
 Sunday Guardian Live2 months ago
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