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This is the story of Iqbal’s evolution as a poet, philosopher and politician.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secy reviews calamity relief operationsIqbal Abdulla turns it Mumbai's way
Two’s company
The Alliance, a must-read book for all CEOs, builds a strong case for forging a partnership between ...

The demon’s odyssey

A Curious Career is a delightful memoir by British journalist Lynn Barber, who made a long career ou...

Breaking the myth

Are bosses just characters in nightmares or a pivot around which jokes rotate? A Wonderful Boss help...

Virtual money, real action

With a pacy thriller involving the bitcoin and online fraud, Ravi Subramanian is on the top of his g...

ON THE SHELF

India’s Afghan Muddle...
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A scarred nation
Samanth Subramanian, in a narrative of his travels across Sri Lanka, prises open the shadowy peace i...
Love & life
Ian McEwan returns with another superbly crafted novel in The Children Act
Taking account
Former comptroller and auditor general Vinod Rai’s explosive revelations in his book, Not Just An Ac...
Risky business
In the thick of things during 2008, Tim Geithner presents an unsurpassable account of the period and...
History in the making
No Country is a story of loss and forgetting, of migration and picketing of boundaries in a new land...
On the shelf
This brief history of the Tatas explores the values at the heart of the Tata Group...
Chief exemplary officer
In his memoir, V Krishnamurthy—one of India’s most celebrated managers—seeks to strip away notions t...
Precious moments
War and Gold talks about men and their fascination for the monetary metal, as it goes on to shape an...
ON THE SHELF
A look at books on the self.
The magnificent seven
Fewer, Bigger, Bolder advises companies to follow its ‘seven-point path’ for success
Write side of history
My Salinger Year, a memoir of the author’s first job as an assistant to writer JD Salinger’s literar...
Other side of the great fall
Inside the Banking Crisis brings out the financial meltdown as it unfolded in the UK—a refreshing ch...
Epiphany in epigraphs
In the Light of What We Know, a book about the friendship between two men, is both exhilarating and ...
On the shelf
In 2004, Manmohan Singh became the Prime Minister of India. Over the next 10 years, he led the count...
Economy on a power trip
The 12 essays in this collection are readable as standalones, but don’t really add anything to the b...
Polishing a nautilus shell
At the centre of Mirror City is an old-fashioned love story in an age of rapid-fire extramarital adv...
Fact in fiction
There’s more to the scenic Andamans than meets the eye—the threatened Jarawa tribe, for instance
On second thought
Think Like a Freak is not based on hypothesis, but on facts vetted through experimentation, and offe...
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