March 23, 2006
to March 29, 2006
Looks at how equating development with economic growth has
Of Global Investment
This investment report focusses on the internationalisation
of r&d by Transnational
View Of Reforms
Analysis of India's macroeconomic policies and performance
by a key member of the policy team Book
Indian literary excellence was celebrated recently at the
Hutch Crossword Book Awards
The Bhagavatha Purana is to be appreciated at two levels.
It is a text on devotion first (the
itself indicates it) since it deals with the lives of great
devotees; secondly, for its
tenets, as is seen from the praises . . .
Women have always been at the receiving end; narratives of
their sufferings are at times tragic. Myth
As Metaphor In Feminist Fiction
An exploration of the psychological states represented by
the ancient myths of India marking
Pudumaipithan's growth as a creative thinker.
This is a collection of some past issues of the four-page
weekly, Urdu Nama, together with thos
numbers, which were edited after the decision to stop the
publication of the weekly was reversed
owing to popular demand.
The Sounds Of Silence
The book is a collection of insights from across the
The book is an attempt to retrieve the spirit of resistance
that once roamed freely in Urdu
An Indomitable Spirit
The book convincingly depicts the lives of two women,
divided by class but united by
Politics Of Modernity
The book takes a meditative yet practical look at a subject
that has been much written
Dutt By The Letter
What distinguished the work of Guru Dutt was the extension
of his personality in his films.
Chinese gadgets, Korean tourists, Indian techies and
drivers... and rumours of Asian world
A comprehensive book on a little known region.
A book of enthusiastic gushing, some of it interesting,
most of it predictable.
The Mind Is `Not Halved By A Horizon'
Amartya's Sen whips up a `stirring read' in his book
Identity and Violence which talks
people can interact with each other in a great many
different ways. And Ram Puniyani's
Power and Violence discusses globalisation and . . .
To The War Front
The institute for Defence Studies and Analyses is a premier
institution in south Asia for
studies. It brings out two journals: Strategic Analysis
(called IDSA Journal before 1987) and
If you put aside all the hype about Indian writing in
English that springs up every now and
because of the huge advances given, the vast bulk of Indian
publishing still deals with
books for schools and colleges, professional . . .
news of Premier Bookshop's possible
closure by the end of April has left