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From December 21,  2005  to December 27,  2005

Short Story Anthology

S. RAMAKRISHNAN KATHAIKAL: S. Ramakrishnan. Kizhakku Pathippagam, 16, Karpakambal Nagar, Mylapore, Chennai-600004. Rs. 350. 

Kamban's Epic

KAMBAR THARUM RAMAYANAM — In Three Parts: With explanatory notes by T.K. Chidambaranatha Mudaliyar, edited by Vanathi Thirunavukkarasu, Thiruvarasu Puthaka Nilayam, 23, Deenadayalu Street, T. Nagar, Chennai-600017. Rs. 170 (Part 1), Rs. 150 (Part 2) . . . 

The Music Of Love And Loss
Honest attempt to portray the complexities in this outstanding musician's life.

Freedom Of The Press
Traces the struggle of the press right from the colonial era to the present and also explores the scope and nature of press freedom.

History In The Making

A titan of the world of journalism and an indomitable fighter of worthwhile causes.

Socio-Economic Survey

Discusses the key developments, macroeconomic performance, issues and policies of the ESCAP member countries.

The Burden Of Memory

Argues that modernity is best achieved if conditions propitious to forgetting the past are encouraged.

The Divine Mother

Ko. Chennabasappa; Pub. by Karnataka Nilayam Trust, Pondicherry. Rs. 50. 

Master Of The Game

The autobiography concentrates on the days Sidney Sheldon spent in Hollywood and dwells less on his success as best-selling novelist. 

Not Just Standing On The Head

If you want a table to be more ‘rajasic’ than ‘tamasic’, just add wheels to it and make it a trolley! 

In The Footsteps Of A Collosus

The book traces the life of Allen Lane, who rose to meteoric heights in the publishing world; a man who could be generous yet ruthless too. 

Less Is More
Many narratives are told but the author weaves them together with simplicity and cinematic ease.

Unravelling The ‘City Beloved’

This anthology brings together writings of people who have had a close relationship with Lahore, the cultural soul of Pakistan.

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