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Adventures of a Brahmin Priest

Little Theatre, Hyderabad recently organised a reading of selections from Adventures of a Brahmin Priest, English translation of Marathi novel, My Travels in the 1857...

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Learning German is Fun

In the summer months, Goethe-Zentrum is organising German language course for youngsters. The Goethe-Zentrum says, “Learning German can be fun! It’s a great way for...

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Naravane in Conversation

Vaiju Naravane, Paris based correspondent of a national newspaper, will be in conversation with Jyotirmaya Sharma (Professor of political sciences at UoH), on her first...

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Book Launch of Ajaya

Book launch of ‘Ajaya’

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The Young Authors

The little bundles of imagination… ‘Modern Ramayana’ is presented in a unique style by Anirudh Gudavally. She has woven the intrinsic detail of the abduction...

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Overcome the fear of the Big C

Landmark successfully hosted a reading session of the book ‘Maximo and the Big C by Viji Venkatesh, well known cancer advocate who heads The Max...

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A Sense for Spice

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Stray Birds

Poetry reading of Anand Vishwanadha’s latest book “Stray Birds” Date: Saturday, June 29, 2013 Time: 5 30 pm Venue: Just Books, Jubilee Hills For details...

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Stray Birds

The who and who of the city turned up to view the photo exhibition, Stray Birds of Anand Vishvanadha at Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad. His book was...

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Jean Webster’s Daddy-Long-Legs

Classic novels include the works of Arthur Conan Doyle, books like Kim, Kidnapped, Gulliver Travels, Jungle Book and more. Another such book included in the...

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Wuthering Heights

Love is a force of nature – Wuthering Heights book review

The story Wuthering Heights is a must read for any classic lover and for those die hard romantics. Though the story doesn’t follow the usual...

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Game of Thrones and more.

For all the Game of Thrones fans out there, we must already be getting to the place where we’re depressed, apprehensive and excited at the...

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Sidney Sheldon – If Tomorrow Comes

If Tomorrow Comes was the book that started my love affair with Sidney Sheldon in my early teens and made me track down all his...

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A young, flawed Shiva!

Rated 31/2 stars out of 5. The Immortals of Meluha is the first in a trilogy of Shiva by banker turned author Amish Tripathi and it...

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River God – Book review

  The book River God by Wilbur Smith is part of a series of novels set in Egypt. The series is set in Egypt and...

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Empire of the Moghul

Empire of the Moghul: Raiders From the North by Alex Rutherford The epic story of the rise and fall of one of the most powerful...

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What Young India Wants

In his latest book, What Young India Wants, Chetan Bhagat asks hard questions, demands answers and presents solutions for a better, more prosperous India. Why...

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Mother's Milk

Mother’s Milk

First published in 2006, Mother’s Milk is the fourth novel in the critically acclaimed Patrick Melrose series. It was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize...

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Life Savers

Andhra Pradesh Private Hospitals & Nursing Homes Associations (APNA), the apex body in the state for smaller hospitals and nursing homes celebrated Doctors Day on...

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Chennaivaasi

T S Tirumurti’s Chennaivasi is the story set in the heart of Chennai. This is the delightful story of a father who disowns his son...

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Barack Obama

In Barack Obama: The Making of the Man, David Maraniss has written a deeply reported generational biography teeming with fresh insights and revealing information, a...

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Vimana

Vimana is perhaps the first ever science fiction blockbuster set in India incorporating themes that are widely popular eg. mysteries of alien visitations, 2012 doomsday...

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The terrorist

The Terrorist

Written by a journalist who has covered Kashmir politics as well as the demolition of Babri Masjid. When you are trained to endure the harshest...

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F.I.R.

The first genuine police procedural in Indian crime fiction! The first desi police procedural Dashing DSP Bikram Chatterjee of the West Bengal Police hates his...

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Classic Satyajit

Classic Satyajit Ray

A Collection of Satyajit Ray’s best short stories in one volume! Best-known for his immensely popular Feluda mysteries and the adventures of Professor Shonku, Satyajit...

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Difficult pleasures

Difficult Pleasures

From one of our most brilliant young writers comes a marvelous collection of short stories. A solitary economist drives from France to Sweden to try...

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Common Man

Common Man

The Very Best of the Common Man This special collection is a tribute to India’s best-loved cartoonist! From financial crises to the woes of householders,...

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Churning the earth

Churning the Earth

  The Cost of India’s Growth Here’s a book that uniquely presents the ways out of the crises that globalised growth has precipitated. The world...

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Innovate

Innovate Happily

Much awaited book from Rekha Shetty bestselling author of Innovate! and The Happiness Quotient. Why should people be happy? How is the pursuit of happiness...

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Breaking Out

Breaking Out

The book Breaking Out: An Indian Woman’s American Journey by Padma Desai is a very honest and beautifully written memoir. Padma Desai grew up in...

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