The nature of death is such that it will fling every one of us into the unknown. We fear the mystery as also the suffering that often precedes it. This book speaks frankly about how individuals, society and the medical profession deal with the ... Outlook India, 2 weeks ago
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with inputs from P T Bopanna Senior journalist Bengaluru: Kodagu-born Joshna Chinappa, winner of the gold medal at the last Commonwealth Games in women's squash doubles, is the Coorg Person of the Year, 2014. Joshna along with Dipika Pallikal ...Mangalorean, 3 weeks ago
"People interest me. No - that is not the truth. Most people interest me. I follow their lives." Kumari, choric narrator of Nambisan's seventh novel, is a retired sex worker who now lives in a corner room of the local temple in small town Pingakshi.Hindustan Times, 3 weeks ago
It is 20 minutes since I got out of bed to the alarm bell of our cat wanting to go out. Im seated before my laptop, with a tumbler of filter coffee by my side. I listen to the birds, of which there are at least a dozen varieties in our garden. When ...Hindu Business Line, 4 weeks ago
From picking up debut novels to reading the classics to discovering hidden gems, our favourite authors talk about the books they got hooked to in 2014. Aatish taseer author of The Way Things Were My choice of book for 2014 is a classic in North America, but ...Asian Age, 1 month ago
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