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The Truth and Myth of Indira Gandhi
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The Truth and Myth of Indira Gandhi

'It has even been suggested that Modi and Amit Shah, however grudgingly, harbour admiration for her controlling streak and steely resilience,' says Sunil Sethi. IMAGE: Indira Gandhi with Mother Teresa It is an inescapable irony that in the year the Congress celebrates Indira Gandhi's birth centenary, the fortunes of the family firm she properly founded are at a particularly low ebb, reduced to a woeful presence in Parliament and bruised by a succession of election defeats. What would the ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago

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When da Vinci visited a morgue to perfect Mona Lisa smile!

While perfecting Mona Lisa's smile, Leonardo da Vinci spent his nights in the depths of a hospital's morgue, peeling the skin off cadavers and studying the muscles and nerves underneath, says a new book.Da Vinci became fascinated about how a smile begins to ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

What Leonardo da Vinci and Steve Jobs Have in Common

Bloomberg Walter Isaacson’s new biography of the creative genius offers insights for business leaders today Paper is a really cool technology for the storage of information,” says Walter ­Isaacson, author of the definitive biographies of Steve Jobs, ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago

Rupi Kaur: Life in Lower Case

Perhaps we are all immigrants trading one home for another first we leave the womb for air then the suburbs for the filthy city in search of a better life some of us just happen to leave entire countries THE POEM, FROM Rupi Kaur’s new book the sun and her ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago

Hillary Clinton's new book sells more than 300,000 copies in first week

Hillary Clintons new book "What Happened," about her stunning loss in 2016 to Donald Trump, has sold more than 300,000 copies in its opening week. This figure, disclosed by the publisher Simon & Schuster, reflects combined sales in all formats of hardcover, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Hillary's book 'What Happened' sells more than 300,000 copies in first week  Business Standard2 months ago
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Saving the crocodiles

Saltwater crocodiles are the world's largest reptiles, and these had already disappeared from the coasts of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh by the 1970s. In all of Bhitarkanika, there were only 96 of them left.The census this January noted their count at 1,682.Nikita Puri reports. IMAGE: In the 1970s, there were only 96 saltwater crocodiles in Bhitarkanika.As of January this year, their number has increased to 1,682.Photograph: Kind courtesy Charlesjsharp/Wikimedia Commons A turquoise ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Book relives tours of Indian cricket teams since 1886

A new book takes an in-depth look at the role of cricket in colonial and post-colonial Indian life, and the relationship among those who patronise, promote, play and view the sport by analysing every Indian cricket tour since 1886. In "Eleven Gods and a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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