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The perils of negotiating with defectors -- and surviving

Title: The Defectors; Author: Joseph Kanon; Publisher: Simon & Schuster: Pages: 304 Price: Rs 550It may be the ultimate form of rejection of one's origins, families and homeland, but can defection to the purported enemy represent an irreversible parting of ... Prokerala, 3 weeks ago

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50 years on, stunning unseen pictures of the Beatles in India!

Contrary to the popular belief that the Beatles' 1968 trip to Rishikesh set in motion their eventual fallout, it in fact delayed the split till 1970. The trip was photographed by Paul Saltzman, who is marking its 50th anniversary with the release of the book The Beatles in India. John Lennon and Paul McCartney.The Beatles wrote around 48 songs during their seven-week stay at the Chaurasi Kutia Ashram of Mahesh Yogi in Uttarakhand, now known as the Beatles Ashram. Among them were Ob-la-di, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Ganguly makes fresh revelations on infamous Chappell-saga

Their public spat is now more than a decade old but for former India captain Sourav Ganguly, the bitter fallout with former coach Greg Chappell is something that he still finds difficult to forget. Looking back at his selection fiasco in the Greg Chappell ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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10 books to look forward to in 2018

There are several books that Aakar Patel wishes were being written but aren't. Fortunately, there's plenty coming up this year that he's eagerly awaiting. Photograph: Kind courtesy Judit Klein/Flickr The period in South Asian history best documented by important actors is 1970s Pakistan, the most important decade in that nation's history. The division of the country, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's rise and then Zia-ul Haq's takeover: all these are laid out superbly by writers like Iqbal Akhund, Rafi ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

What top editors, CEOs of publishing houses read in 2017!

When you ask CEOs, top editors and publishers whether they found time to read books published by their competitors in the year gone by, don't always expect a negative answer.For many of them managed to read a lot of books brought out by other publishers ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Books: Highlights of 2018

NON-FICTION WHY I AM A HINDU By Shashi Tharoor (Aleph) It starts with an examination of the author’s belief in Hinduism. He discusses those who made major contributions to the essence of the religion. He explains, in accessible language, important aspects ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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When Indira sought Osho secretary's help to persuade Rajiv to enter politics

After Sanjay Gandhis death in a plane crash, his mother Indira Gandhi wanted her other son Rajiv to give up being a professional pilot and enter politics and sought the help of Oshos secretary Laxmi to persuade him,claims a new book. Indira Gandhi, India's fourth prime minister, was interested in spiritual life like her father Jawaharlal Nehru, says poet-artist Rashid Maxwell in The Only Life: Osho, Laxmi, and the World in Crisis."From an early age, she had been touched by the words and the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Any idea why economists don't write autobiographies?

For a bunch that fancies itself so greatly and does not hesitate to express an opinion on everything, this is very odd behaviour, says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. A couple of weeks ago Hillary Clinton’s publisher, Simon & Schuster, sent me her latest book. It is called What Happened. It tells us, well, what happened with her election campaign against US President Donald Trump. It is not very pleasant reading.   But if, for Rs 700, you want ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Britain finally discovers how the Raj hurt India

Unlike the Germans, Britons began to face the hard truths about their colonial empire only recently, says Kanika Datta.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com It has taken a little under seven decades for British academia, if not ordinary Britons, to acknowledge the deleterious nature of their 200-odd year rule of the Indian sub-continent.   The past two years has seen a raft of revisionist histories from British writers that seek to highlight in unequivocal terms the combination of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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