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India House is among the better known diplomatic establishments in London. I first set eyes on the imposing building in 1952, when I was a student at Cambridge University. Thirty years later I entered...
‘Dastan-e-Ghadar: The Tale of the Mutiny’ by Zahir Dehlvi offers insights that are particularly relevant today.
‘Tales from the Jail –Christmas in Tihar & Other Stories’ is a memoir of my 20 years as a volunteer teacher in Tihar.
A Bengali woman meets a Punjabi mirchi in a swanky residential complex of Gurgaon. Mrinalini can't tolerate the boisterous Punjabi dragon. The only problem is, they become friends. How long will this...
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An eye for an eye is a short murder fiction from The Dark Side of Light which looks into the story and mind of an individual coping with the tormenting newspaper articles that result in him getting directly involved in preventing these murderers in feeding their appetite of slaughter.
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In Lost Generation, Nidhi Dugar Kundalia narrates the unforgettable stories of eleven
individual professionals--from the hauntingly beautiful rudaalis to the bizarre tasks of a street dentist--uncovering the romance, tragedy and old-world charm of India's ageing streets and its incredible living history.
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In the late summer of 1979, the Second Secretary of the Indian embassy to Morocco received a cable that undid his considerable years of training and left him floundering. The message read simply: 'Elephant en route.' Was it some sort of code? Further investigation only deepened his confusion.
I am working on a few yoga poses and have finally managed to hoist my body into some version of a headstand when the prodigal son returns and loftily announces, 'Mom, I can make anyone pregnant now!'
There's Something About You (Releasing July 15, 2015) is not a typical love story. It's about a 28 year old girl called Trish who finds herself in a lot of trouble - she's unemployed and has two dependent parents to take care of in the fast-paced, unforgiving city of Mumbai. She's also snarky and overweight and fiercely independent - she certainly doesn't feel the need for a man in her life. Never did.