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From December 28,  2005  to January 04,  2006

Fiction Anthology

When writing is prolific as in the case of this author, who has now ventured into the genre of novellas it is natural that a few are brilliant while in others quantity goes up at the cost of quality, . . .

Pancharatra Text

From time immemorial, temples of Vishnu in our country were built and worship was done either according to the Vaikhanasa or the Pancharatra tradition.  

Epic Of Tulasidas

This book is a facile rendering of Goswami Tulasidas' Ramacharitamanas in simple, flowing Tamil and has widened the reach of this classic to the public.

Modern Notions Of Culture And Self

A peep into what is happening in India today in culture and what concerns move its most articulate citizens

Rethinking Strategy

This book is painted on a very broad canvas, trying to map out an agenda for a new approach to strategy, necessitated by the failures of the current strategies to create a world with peace and prosperity.  

Voice Of Dissent

Offers an alternative to free market economic policy for restoring balance to globalisation's disequalising effects

Politics And Development

A running commentary on India's development and economic reforms initiated in the early 1990s.

Emerging Giant

Developing connectivity with neighbouring countries is necessary to enhance the political and economic leverage of India.  

From Bard To Verse

The child in the ‘Garden of Verses’ relies mainly on his imagination for entertainment.  

Growing Up Sikh

The best part of the book is the attitude of its young protagonist who is positive, despite having faced terrible odds.  

One Village No More?

The author, while theorising that globalisation is on the decline as a phenomenon, classifies India among its success stories.  

A Letdown

The world of Indian dance has been so short of reference books in modern times that it is always a pleasant surprise to find one more entering the market. Therefore it was with some anticipation and a ready margin of indulgence that one picked up the book

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