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  Book Review Articles


From December 14,  2005  to December 20,  2005

Multifaceted Filmmaker

MAGIC LANTERN - Autobiography by Ingmar Bergman: K.P.A. Samad — Tr. in Malayalam; Olive Publications Pvt. Ltd, Noor Complex, Kozhikode-673011.


An Autobiography: Thumbadi Ramaiah: Pub. by Bodhishree Prakashana, Behind Water Tank, Vidyanagara, Tumkur-572103. Rs. 65.

Short Stories In Translation

TAMILA CHINNA KATHALU - Anthology of Tamil Short Stories, Vol. 2: Akhilan — Editor; Y.V.S.S.N.Murthy — Tr. in Telugu; Pub. by Sahitya Academy, Ravindra Bhavan, 35, Ferozeshah Road,


PUDHIYA PAARVAI: A. Irungovel; Pub. by Sankara Nethralaya, 18, College Road, Chennai-600006. Price not mentioned.

From The Blurb

Traditional Wisdom in Natural Resource Management - The Only Way to Conserve: Pub. by Rural Litigation & Entitlement Kendra; 68/1, Suryalok Colony, Rajpur Road, Dehra Dun, Uttaranchal. Rs. 395.

Devotional Hymn

ANDAL'S NACCHIYAR THIRUMOZHI: Vankeepuram Rajagopalan; Copies can be had from the author, "Chetana", No. 3 (N/5), Third Canal Cross Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai-600020. Rs. 150.

Combating A Virus

Discusses the epidemiology of avian influenza and an agenda for control.

Melting Pot Of Cultures

Academic homage to the splendid treasures of Gandhara art, many of which are no more to be seen..

Jihad In Global Perspective

Analyses the jihad in the context of the globalised world in which U.S. hegemonism is the major factor.

A Mix Of Old And New

Tabish Khair enjoys Justine Hardy's ‘Wonder House’, a new spin on an old tale of Indo-British love.

Straight From Hell

The author has not embellished her tale but related the truth in all its starkness.

Strip(p)ed Bare

Whether a preservationist, conservationist or wildlifer, the consensus is that the tiger needs help. How, is the question? Three books look at it from different angles and draw a picture that merges and stands out. 

What You See...

The author makes no bones about writing exactly what he feels on various topics.

Inside A Machiavelli

The author weaves a stunning tale that like a creeper, keeps growing in imaginative depth. 

Techno-Mapping The Future

STOP fretting about problems. The real issue is that "we are at one of those rare times in history when we have more solutions than we have problems," aver Joel A. Barker and Scott W. Erickson, in Five Regions of the Future, from Penguin (www.penguin.com)

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