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Death of a Hero: How Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan was ambushed

Image: An NSG commando at the spot where the terrorist who shot Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan had positioned himself. 26/11 will always be remembered for the courage displayed by our security......

Daughter reveals Manmohan's 'strictly personal' side

Manmohan Singh had joined a pre-medical course as his father wanted him to become a doctor but pulled out after a couple of months, losing interest in the subject, according to a book on the former......

Reading this book is a little like eating at Barbeque Nation

Shekhar Gupta's anthology is a valuable addition to our understanding of the seeming muddle that is India. The experience of reading his columns is more like a chat with a friend in the afterglow......

Where's the money for Modi's vision of India?

'If there is one thing that is true for the polls in 2014, it is that this is going to be the big economic election in India. The rise of an aspiring class is, in many ways, shattering many......

Beware, this 'impatience' with Democracy!

'People see problems not being solved, they get tired of waiting, they start asking for a "strong leader" -- and what they really mean is a "dictator". They think that will fix everything. But it......

Indian tutors to teach UK students online

A Bangalore-based online tuition firm had tied up with publisher HarperCollins to provide off-shored tuition facilities to British students.TutorVista, the online teaching outfit, is aiming to......

News Corp acquires 25% stake in PropTiger.com

Rupert Murdoch-led News Corp has acquired 25 per cent stake in real estate portal PropTiger.com, a leading digital real estate marketing platform in India for $30 million.  The acquisition,......

How Indian Railways was renewed!

In 2000, the Indian Railways -- the world's second largest railway network under a single management -- was nearly bankrupt. Over the next eight years, however, there was a dramatic improvement in......

Digital publishing coming of age

When Brian Murray, group president of HarperCollins, said, "The younger generations are consuming information in a different way. They may not necessarily be going into bookshops. They are spending......

The mullahs of economics

Back in 1980, just after the Iranian revolution, The Economist asked Godfrey Jansen, who was based in Beirut at the time to write a long report on militant Islam... Jansen, who died in 1998, was an......

S D Burman's proudest moment

'His son had become a composer after all, and one now chased by producers.' 'But while finding peace in one quarter, he had lost it in another. Jet was not a home any more. The room across his was......

When SD Burman thought of leaving Bollywood

During his initial days in Mumbai, composer S D Burman's experiments with music were hit-and-miss affairs so he decided to give up his ambition of composing for Hindi films and......

How Meena Kumari Became An Alcoholic

Vinod Mehta's illuminating 1970s biography, Meena Kumari: The Classic Biography, which has been reissued recently, answer many myths and mysteries that surround the star's life and death. Exclusive......

Madhuri Dixit: Had I really done all those films?

As Madhuri Dixit celebrates her birthday, May 15, we understand the rather mysterious actress much better through a revealing interview that appears in a new book, Mother Maiden Mistress: Women......

The man who made Zanjeer happen

Continuing our special Nostalgia series on veteran actor Pran, we bring to you the excerpt from his biography, ... and Pran, written by Bunny Reuben.   One of the most popular actors......

Special: The untold story of Indian boxing

At a time when Indian boxing is on an unprecedented high, a book captures the history and essence of the sport in the country, finds Sumit Bhattacharya. M C Mary Kom, the five times world champion......

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Q. what is Arundhati Roy\'s the god of small things about and how many copies of this work have been sold in india?
:  A. The God of Small Things (1997) is a novel by Indian author Arundhati Roy. It is a story about the childhood experiences of a pair of fraternal...... more

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bilal saqib
Q. Who wrote " God of small things"..?
Bilal Saqib:  A. The God of Small Things (1997) is a semi-autobiographical, politically charged novel by Indian author Arundhati Roy. It is a story about the...... more

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Snehasis Biswas
Q. Jain Acharya Sri Mahapragnya ji and APJ Abdul Kalaam have written a book, where from can I get the book
Snehasis Biswas:  A. HarperCollins Publishers India, A-53, Sector 57, NOIDA, Uttar Pradesh-201301 (India) more

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ashok
Q. Who was author of A Suitable Boy?
Ashok:  A. Suitable Boy: Author: Vikram Seth: Country: India: Language: English: Genre(s) Novel: Publisher: HarperCollins (USA), Phoenix House (UK) Publication date: 1 March 1994 more

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Look who's coming to LFL

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Faces to watch for. Graphic imaging: KB Jawaharr TOPICS What's in store at The Hindu Lit... ...

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My protagonist is a fearless woman who doesn't give two hoots about what the society thinks

Daring and foul-mouthed Anantya could be anywhere in India but the fact (or, the fiction) that she is roaming around the streets of New Delhi... ...

http://www.tehelka.com/my-protagonist-is-a-fearless-woman-who-doesnt-give-two-hoots-about-what-the-society-thinks/
PM's Outreach to Kashmir is Audacious

Harsh V. Pant is Professor of International Relations at King's College London. His most recent book is "India's Afghan Muddle" (HarperCollins).... ...

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Making Mulayam head the Janata parivar is sheer genius

It is a masterstroke on the part of Janata parivar leaders to entrust Mulayam Singh Yadav the responsibility of bringing them together. The reason:... ...

http://www.firstpost.com/politics/betrayer-chief-making-mulayam-head-janata-parivar-sheer-genius-1835693.html
'I am the husband of the maid you tried to dishonour'

Footsteps. Draupadi. 'Is he dead?' she asks. 'Yes,' I say. 'I promised.' The Bhimasena of Mahabharata? The unmatched strongman who tore Jarasandha... ...

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