December 07, 2006
to December 13, 2006
Story Of Strength Lost In Translation
This is the stuff sagas are made of. A
tale of injustice, crime, dishonour,
and a long fight of determination and
courage towards freedom, respect,
honour and empowerment.
Cultural Crossover Oeuvre
"I always like to reveal the fact that
the emperor has no clothes. And
children are best at that. They teach
us how to see the world in that sense.
They are without artifice; they see it
for what it is. I am drawn to that
ruthless honesty."— Mira Nair
Amartya sen's Development as Freedom,
based on a series of lectures, is a
significant work that attempts to
synthesise elements of capitalist and
socialist concepts of development.
Telugu Translation by Sujana Devi
Acharya of Jayanth V. Narlikar's
Marathi science fiction `Vaman Parat
Na Ala'; Sahitya Akademi, 35, Feroze
Shah Road, New Delhi-110001, Rs. 75.
Ashokamitran; Kizhakku Pathippagam,
No. 16, Karpagambal Nagar, Mylapore,
Chennai - 600004. Rs. 90.
This is a collection of a century of
Punjabi short fiction.
A Big Dam Project In Retrospect
In post-Independence India, large dams
became essential for the benefit of
mankind. The Bhakra Nangal Project (BNP)
comprises two essential parts: the
Nangal barrage and connected canal
systems and the Bhakra Dam and
Modernity And Nature
Investigates the transformation of
popular attitudes toward environmental
Ant Thereby Hangs A Tale
The handbook on the ants of south
India by Ajay Narendra and Sunil Kumar
M. presents hard facts about these
tiny creatures in a simple way.
The Forgotten People
Essays focussing on the
marginalisation and oppression of the
Puranas: Books That Predicted Real
The Puranas, the ancient Hindu
religious texts, are not mythological
records but books of genuine
Characters Spring To Life In Explicit
Indulgence is the hallmark of first
time novelists. You know itâ€™s a
debut book when the author is unable
to hold back his minutest and often
needless impressions while describing
a sequence. Having said that, this
collection of short stories . ..
Rider Of The Surf
Much like other IIM-lit, wastes early
chapters in alarmingly
self-congratulatory appraisal of the
A brave theme for a book: a mother's
account of bringing up a child with
A Birdman In His Early Flight
Some history, some wildlife and the
birding classics: this Salim Ali
anthology is a treat beyond compare.