One of the biggest privileges of working with a publishing house is that one gets to read books even before they hit the market. And if that book becomes one of your favourite reads, you'd go crazy recommending it to everyone as soon as it releases. That exactly what is happening to me now. Blasphemy: … Continue reading Book Preview: Blasphemy-The Trial of Danesh Masih
This is the last in the series. Check out the previous posts in The Chronicles of Village Life series under Jharkhand Diaries. There are now barely a few days to go before school reopens after the summer vacations. The first thought of living in a village was exciting and instilled in me a sense of thrill. Sure, … Continue reading The Chronicles of Village Life – Part V
Religion has always created a divide amongst Indians that love and humanity can never fill up. Rationality, what’s what? The Babri Masjid demolition is seared in Indian history as one of the most devastating events that caused largescale destruction and deaths, an incident that sparked subsequent tragedies and terrorist activities. But Bombay, as it was … Continue reading Book Review: House of Discord
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