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Based on primary surveys of vocational training providers and enterprises, this book provides a comprehensive agenda of reforms to improve the employability of India’s youth.

Updated: March 8, 2015 12:36 AM

India’s Skills Challenge

Edited by Santosh Mehrotra

Oxford

R995

Pp 297

Based on primary surveys of vocational training providers and enterprises, this book provides a comprehensive agenda of reforms to improve the employability of India’s youth.

Basic Income

Sarath Davala & Guy Standing

Bloomsbury

R599

Pp 234

Can we provide people a basic income as a right? This book draws on two schemes conducted in Madhya Pradesh in which thousands were provided with monthly cash payment.

The Capitals of Nations

Lalita Som

Oxford

R 995

Pp 273

Focusing on three forms of intangible capital, this book looks at their linkages as crucial determinants of economic growth and their significance in the process of economic evolution.

Bedtime Story: A Play/ Black Tulip: A Screenplay

Kiran Nagarkar

HarperCollins

R 650; Pp 100/196

In continuance with Kiran Nagarkar’s searing, dark and wickedly funny works are these experiments

with form: the screenplay Black Tulip and the play Bedtime Story.

The Tears of the Rajas

Ferdinand Mount

Simon & Schuster

R 799

Pp 773

The Tears of the Rajas is a sweeping history of the British in India, seen through the experiences of a single Scottish family. It is an epic saga of love, war, intrigue and treachery.

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