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Wednesday, November 16,  2005

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From November 07,  2005  to  November 15,  2005

Patents And Public Health Concerns

Approaches the debate on patents from a public health perspective

Goenka's Journalistic Project

B.G. Verghese's portrait of India's most famous newspaper baron is sympathetic but it is far from uncritically reverential

Commentaries On Desika's Hymn

Vedanta Desika's hymn on Hayagriva with exhaustive commentaries in Sanskrit and Manipravala with explanation in English

Rajaji's Enduring Legacy

Collection of Rajaji's weekly writings on politics and governance in Swarajya

A Milestone In Bharatiana: Uncollected Writings

An important source for understanding Bharati and for writing the history of early nationalism in Tamil Nadu

Literary Classic

VAANPUKAZH KONDA VALLUVAM: M. Karunanidhi; Thirumagal Nilayam, New No 16, Venkatanarayana Road, T. Nagar, Chennai-600017. Rs. 250.

Novel In Translation

ZAHIR — Novel by Paulo Coelho: M. P. Sadasivan — Tr. in Malayalam; DC Books, DC Kizhakemuri Edam, Good Shepherd Street, Kottayam-686001. Rs. 140.

Kuvempu's Epic

SRI RAMAYANA DARSHANAM — Vol. I: Kuvempu; C.G. Purushothama — Tr in Sanskrit, Lakshmi Prakashana, 273, 3rd `A' Main, 8th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore-560095. Rs. 250.

Ruth Padel Book Launch At Odyssey

Ruth Padel, the great great granddaughter of Charles Darwin, will be visiting the city on Monday, November 14, for the launch of `Tigers in Red Weather', a travel novel.

Philosophy From The Back Of A Bike

The juxtaposition of the real world with the philosophical one, the world of particulars and the world of thoughts and ideas made this book unique.

Triumph Of The Mediocre

Mediocre but arrogant’ by Abhijit Bhaduri, follows the 84 batch of MIJ (Management Institute of Jamshedpur, a very thinly disguised XLRI) through 2 years of MBA – one covers QT, Marketing, crowd dynamics, and of course pairing, ambition, friendship… etc,

Queen Of Suspense

In the 1960s, as a precocious twelve-year-old, I picked two books of Agatha Christie from library shelves (Murder in the mews and perhaps another which also had ‘murder’ in the title) but the kindly librarian said, “You shouldn’t be reading this”.

Smacking The Lid Off The Pan

The author welcomes controversy and at the same time admits to imperfections and incompletions in his manner of dealing with them.

Women Of Substance

This is a book that ought to be read to understand how women have got much of what they take for granted.

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