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Not merely a war god: The enigma of Kartikeya

Title: Kartikeya: The Destroyer's Son; Author: Anuja Chandramouli; Publisher: Rupa Publications India; Pages: 240; Price: Rs 295The Hindu pantheon has a number of eminent, eclectic, and enigmatic deities. But few can be more mysterious than its god of war -- ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

2018 year of political writing, say publishers

From memoirs to essays, a spate of books written by Indian politicians will be out in 2018, which promises to be the year of political tomes, publishers here said.On the anvil are books written by parliamentarians and other politicians. The list includes ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Gurgaon Diaries: The Monsters Are Already Out

'What if there is a pervert or a paedophile lurking in one of the flats? How will she protect herself? She's just 11 and a half.' A chapter from Debeshi Gooptu's book of stories on life in Drona's village. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Negotiations for trick or treating during Halloween begin every year at our home around the end of September. Each year, my daughter begs and pleads that she be allowed to go from door to door, in the condominium we live in, asking for candies. Each ...
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Pakistan's dangerous obsession with nuclear weapons

For the world and India, one of the most enduring challenges of the times is for Pakistan's nukes to be neutralised, before they are ever used by the State, their sponsored non-State actors or any rogue elements from the many terror tanzeems dotting Pakistan's unstable landscape, says Lieutenant General Kamal Davar (retd). IMAGE: A Ghauri missile, with a range of 1,500 km on a mobile launch-pad at an undisclosed location in Pakistan. Photograph: Pakistan military department/Handout/Reuters ...
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'Jennifer's death destroyed Shashi Kapoor'

'With Jennifer gone, Shashi struggled, but couldn't find himself.''That vast area of his personality that was Jennifer -- now it lay empty.'The death of his beloved wife was a blow Shashi Kapoor never recovered from, reveals Aseem Chhabra in his biography, Shashi Kapoor: The Householder, The Star. IMAGE: Jennifer and Shashi Kapoor. Photograph: Kind courtesy junglee.org.in Shashi Kapoor continued to work after Jennifer Kendal Kapoor's passing, and some of his best work emerged during a time of ...
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'Shashi Kapoor didn't need to pretend'

A beloved actor and filmmaker, a generous promoter of theatre, a family man... the late Shashi Kapoor was all this and more. In Shashi Kapoor: The Householder, The Star, Aseem Chhabra gives us glimpses of one of Bollywood's best loved actors: IMAGE: Shashi Kapoor seen here with one of his favourite co-stars, Sharmila Tagore. Shashi (Kapoor) developed a reputation as an eminently likeable star. In fact, when I speak to Sharmila (Tagore), I realise that this impression cut across not only the ...
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