Desai underscores the contribution of hubris to economists’ calamitous lack of foresight, and makes a case for the profession to re-engage with the history of economic thought.
The Tail Wags the Dog
In this book, Karsh argues that only when West Asians disown their victimisation mentality can the region at long last look forward to a real ‘spring’.
1984: The Anti-Sikh Violence and After
Pp 272, R 499
As a journalist with The Indian Express, Sanjay Suri experienced the horror of the 1984 anti-Sikh violence from close quarters. This book brings together information based on his experiences.
Saving Wild India
In his new book, naturalist and conservationist Valmik Thapar gives us a bold yet considered plan to preserve and protect our dwindling forests, wildlife and wilderness areas.
Aarushi is the definitive account of a sensational crime, and the investigation and trial that followed. Sen has written a meticulous and chilling book that reads like a thriller but also tells a true story.