September 01, 2005 to September 06, 2005
Peg In A Round Hole
much has been written about Indira
Gandhi that not much can be expected
from any new book on her.
contest one's own formulations in
public is no mean job; especially when
they have been articulated forcefully.
But, scholar-activist Rajni Kothari
sets out to do just that in his
monograph Rethinking Democracy.
the historical baggage that weighs the
two nations down, Aitzaz Ahsan's The
Indus Saga: From Pataliputra to
Partition may just reinforce
established mindsets on both sides of
the Indo-Pak border.
He Lost It
have little personal evidence about
Dyer... Collett compensates with
well-researched reconstructions of the
Rules Break Down
questions that Disorderly Women asks
are older than the story.
light and entertaining read, the story
will stay with you a long, long
most poignant novelistís last book
was also his magnum opus. Strangely
the book has remained largely
unacknowledged till now.
To Mercurial India
versatile nature of this vast country
is revealed through the pen as well as
through some spectacular images in
In A Hurry
was given three months to write the
book, the deadline for the
re-enactment of the Dandi march. That
Behind The Closed Door
Closed Doors: Domestic violence in
India is ideal for voluntary
organisations working in the womenís
field and for students of women