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Home Isn’t A Safe Haven In A Kashmir Lockdown: Farah Bashir

When she sent a picture of a brooding girl, sitting atop a shikara, to Times Square, one of her editors commented that it looked...

Leopard Diaries: Explore The Remarkable Tale Of Lonely, Mysterious Creature

The leopard is the reigning rock star of the wildlife world. It's a species that is obscure and largely overshadowed by the tiger, especially...

A List Of Readable Titles To Choose From While You Stay At Home

From navigating career misadventures in the corporate world to building a personal brand or navigating one's own thoughts and feelings on the prolonged 'new...

When An Innocent Prank Goes Horribly Wrong

Natasha, Riya, Anjali, and Katherine were best friends in college - each different from the other yet inseparable - until that night. It was...

‘Child Of Two Worlds’ Featuring The Protagonists And Immortal Lovers

Turkey-based author Ann D'Silva has launched her new book "Child of Two Worlds", which is second in the fictional 'Sand and Sea' series, which...

Is Modi Era The End Of Congress?

A timely and comprehensive political critique of India's 'grand old party, the Indian National Congress, author Amit Bagaria's new book "Congress-Mukt Bharat: Is the...

Identifying Great Opportunities And Leveraging Them Is The Key

Are you waiting for that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change your life, change your business or change the world? How will you know when it...

Capture Winds Of Change In The Socio-Political Narrative In Political Dynamics Of India

In the book "Sanghi Who Never Went To A Shakha", author Rahul Roushan, who is a former journalist and media entrepreneur, captures winds of...

A Book On The ‘Search For Self’, Woven With Positive Psychology

Interweaving light pick-me-ups throughout the story, author Ankit Jhamb in his new novel 'Lost and Found at 35', makes a strong case for positive...

A List Of Reads You Can Curl Up With This Summer

As the year heralds the season of warmth, one may be tempted to spend sunny afternoons inside, in the company of good storytelling. IANSlife...

Five Indian Women Writers And There Journey To Success

As more and more women take to writing as a career, do they still feel reminded that they are female writers? Five women writers...

The Execution Of Bhagat Singh, Legal Heresies Of The Raj

Punjabi folklore is full of the brave deeds of the two 'Shaheeds' of Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh, who have legendary status, and as...

The Cursed Inheritance: A Tale Of Mystery, Paranormal Activities And Much More

Award-winning author and poet, Sutapa Basu brings to you a heady mix of mystery and the paranormal, a treasure hunt, and an amateur detective...

Balochistan: In The Cross-Hairs Of History

The year began on a subdued note with the assassination of journalist and activist Karima Baloch, one of Balochistan's few, fiery and brilliant women...

Awaken Your Soulprint – Discovering Your Own Special Path To Happiness And Success

It was a chance discovery of a book written 100 years ago by his great-great-grandfather that blended spiritual wisdom to aid decision-making that inspired...

A Tale Of What It Means To Be A Woman In Modern India: Good Girl

She was in London when she saw the image of the hanging children, aged 16 and 14, circulating on Twitter. Though she had planned...

Artificial Intelligence And The Future Of Power – 5 Battlegrounds

With Artificial Intelligence helping "biological materialism sneak in through the back door", the world is witnessing a real clash of civilizations with "the battle...

People On Our Roof: Balancing Between Weight Of Past And Pace Of Present

Virginia Woolf has written thus about the dilemma of being 'locked out' and 'locked-in': "I thought how unpleasant it is to be locked out;...

Civil Lines: A Cryptic Note That Reveals The Truth Decades Later

Two estranged sisters; a family secret that has lain buried for decades: a search for the truth, shocking, poignant, and life-affirming, Radhika Swarups "Civil...

Novel Purple Lotus: Breaking Stereotypes Of What A Strong Heroine Should Look Like

It was 10 years in the writing and breaks stereotypes of what a strong heroine should look like, with a heroine who is introverted,...

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Victimization Of Social Activists & Dissidents In Pak-Occupied J&K

At a hurriedly called press conference in Nakyal on May 6 in Pakistani Occupied Jammu Kashmir (PoJK), Awami Workers Party leader Nissar Shah advocate...

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