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In this memoir, Pawar shares his reflections on coalition politics, the loss of democracy in the Congress Party and the state of agriculture and industry in the country, among other issues.

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On My Terms
Sharad Pawar
Speaking Tiger
Pp 264
R699

In this memoir, Pawar shares his reflections on coalition politics, the loss of democracy in the Congress Party and the state of agriculture and industry in the country, among other issues.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A Man for All Seasons
Kingshuk Nag
Rupa
Pp 202
R395

In this book, a definitive account of the life and times of one of India’s most illustrious leaders, Nag traces the political journey of AB Vajpayee.

Leadership by Proxy
Poonam Barua
Bloomsbury
Pp 266
R 499

Leadership by Proxy lays an archival milestone for creating a ‘brave new mindset’ in corporate India and businesses worldwide to help them embrace ‘balanced leadership’.

Rewire
Chris Yates & Pooja Sachdev
Bloomsbury
Pp 240
R 899

Rewire tackles the issue of equality, diversity and inclusion in a fresh way. It provides readers with a new perspective that leverages what we know about mindsets and change.

New Songs of the Survivors
Yvonne Vaz Ezdani
Speaking Tiger
Pp 219, R 350

Drawing on recollections of the descendants of Burma’s Goan community, this book attempts to write an oral history of the ‘Forgotten Long March’, one of the most tragic  migrations in recent history.

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