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Memories of Another day

Jaskiran Chopra’s book, Memories of Another Day, is a fascinating trip that reflects vignettes from a person’s life, growing through the magical Seventies and Eighties in Dehradun, writes Lokesh ...Read More...

Journey Within

Sonnets every hearts sings Read More...

Celebrating World Cinema

World Cinema: 100 Films – 100 Stories – 100 Nations – 100 Cultures -100 Directors – 100 Quotes The book “World Cinema : A celebration” is a unique collection ...Read More...

Book on boat clinics

“Hope Floats: Boat Clinic of the Brahmaputra”, the book on the innovative Boat Clinics run by the Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research(C-NES) was released at the ...Read More...

Muslims Against Partition

Revisiting the legacy of Allah Bakhsh and other patriotic MuslimsRead More...

Glimpses into the Uniqueness of Recent Popes

This book was released by Abp Filip Neri Ferrao of Goa and former Foreign Minister, Eduardo Falleiro, at the Mandovi Hotel, Panaji, Goa, on 13th November. Rev deSouza is a Redemptorist ...Read More...

Walking with the Angels

The book retells the agony and pain of 25 yearsRead More...

News Reporting – An art but how?

This e-book is full of examples of writing intros, headlines and developing stories based on anecdotes and soRead More...

Book Review: For Love and Honour

March 5, 1966 is perhaps the least known of many dates of infamy associated with Indira Gandhi. Less than two months into her prime ministership, the ‘Iron Lady of ...Read More...

Priest’s short stories offer fascinating insight into young minds

Rev. Kurien finds his inspiration in several instances from his growing up years, as well as in his experiences from within the seminary where he trained to be a ...Read More...
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