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Tea, Talks and Transcendentalism marks book launch

Kolkata – A book launch in Kolkata last Sunday brought together a galaxy of eminent personalities from India and abroad. Chief among them was the 9th successor of Don ...Read More...

The Buddha’s Wife

In telling us the imaginative lost story of Yasodhara the authors give us a lamp for our troubled timesRead More...

Women as Equal Disciples – Unfinished Task of the Church

Vatican Council II opened up a whole new world for women in the ChurchRead More...

‘A Censor Is Seated Inside Me Now’: Hometown Wrath Tests a Novelist

New Delhi: Perumal Murugan, who was celebrated here on Monday as a major Indian writer, looked a bit miserable in the big city. The son of an illiterate soda-pop ...Read More...

Works of Love are Works of Peace

Ignatius Press has recently released a softcover photobook tribute to the life of soon-to-be saint Mother Teresa. Works of Love Are Works of Peace: Mother Teresa and the Missionaries ...Read More...

Mother Teresa’s failed critics

Mother Teresa will be canonized on Sept. 4 — the Sunday of Labor Day weekend. Already a saint in the eyes of most people, regardless of religion, she is ...Read More...

A Feast of Vultures

The Hidden Business of Democracy in India Josy Joseph, Harper Collins, Non-fiction, Rs 599.00 Josy Joseph draws upon two decades as an investigative journalist to expose a problem so ...Read More...

A Broken Man

In the book “Unposted Letters” the author says Sales managers make the mistake of working with the under-producers and non-performers, trying to get them to be more productive, while the ...Read More...

Eat Dust: Mining and Greed in Goa

The book explains how mining in Goa is affecting ecology, water bodies and cultureRead More...

I Still Think of You

A novel for all age groupsRead More...
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