Senior Congress leader M Veerappa Moily has recently released his autobiographical book on Draupadi that traces her entire life journey.
Vice President of India M. Hamid Ansari received the first copy of the book, which is authored by Ashwini Kumar.
The book was launched on the day that marks the 100th year of Champaran Satyagraha.
The last chapter of the book commences from the beginning of the twentieth century onwards provides valuable nuggets of information on diverse topics.
The book ‘Home of the Brave’ traces the contributions of the Rashtriay Rifles in curtailing insurgency operations in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir.
SS Rajamouli, the director of the blockbuster film Bahubali, revealed the cover of the book at the Jaipur Literature Festival in 2017.
Rekha, who was not loved by her father, was pushed into Bollywood by her mother’s gambling habit as a fourteen-year-old. Later, she rose to become the most glamorous female lead of the film industry.
The book discusses Hema Malini’s life and achievement, since she has been extremely active as a stage performer, actor and a politician.
K Vijay Kumar headed the special task force that killed Veerappan during the Operation Cocoon in 2004.
Rushdie’s forthcoming novel is a modern-day thriller, which tells a story of a mysteriously wealthy family from Bombay that is desperately seeking to forget the tragedy they left behind as they settled in New York City.
Rishi, the youngest son of Indian cinema’s showman Raj Kapoor, debuted as a child artiste in Mera Naam Joker, winning a National Award for his performance.
The book, which is a work of fiction, is set against the political turmoil of the Indian Subcontinent from the early part of the 20th century, ending with the Partition and Independence.
It is a comprehensive compendium of Dr Kalam’s experiences as the President of India between 2002 and 2007.
Researchers claim that Shakespeare’s longest and most influential tragedies, ‘Hamlet’, may have actually been dated wrongly.
The purpose of the book is to trace the evolution of judiciary in the modern Indian beginning from the colonial period.
The book is Narain’s personal account. The book includes an “environmental manifesto” in which she lays out an outline for the direction India must take, if it is to deal with the exigencies of climate change and environmental degradation.
Comprising 8 new thriller stories, the book narrates a murder mystery featuring an elderly woman-Miss Ripley-Bean and her friends.
The book offers an insight on the ways in which the colonizers exploited India, ranging from the drain of national resources to Britain, the destruction of the Indian textile, steel-making and shipping industries, and the negative transformation of agriculture.
Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar is also author of the critically acclaimed novel The Mysterious Ailment of Rupi Baskey, which was shortlisted for The Hindu Prize 2014 and the Crossword Book Award 2014.
The book narrates the journey of a group of militants towards an elusive freedom and an uncertain future.
It is after 19 years that Roy has announced the release of her next novel after her Booker prize-winning novel The God of Small Things was published.
The book draws round the progress and the indelible imprint on the conduct of India’s Foreign Policy by the Prime Minister Modi in the last two and a half years.
Democrats and Dissenters cover a wide range of themes: from the varying national projects of India’s neighbours to political debates within India itself and more.
His Bloody Project, a crime thriller, is one of the six books that was shortlisted for the 2016 Man Booker prize.
In the book, Sanyal narrates a fascinating tale about the earliest human migrations out of Africa and the great cities of Angkor and Vijayanagar, medieval Arab empires and Chinese treasure fleets, the rivalries of European colonial powers and a new dawn.
The book throws light on the legendary musician Rahul Dev Burman, whose cabaret tunes still reverberate at pubs and discotheques. It also claims that Burman hated composing such songs.
It describes key aspects of the country’s development in the last 10 years, expressing fresh hopes but also new fears under Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The book addresses the challenges of representing the complexity of climate change in literature and the responsibility of writers to document the extreme reality humans are now facing.
The book presents the detail of Alva’s forty-year career under four Prime Ministers, namely Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, PV Narasimha Rao and Manmohan Singh.
The book gives an account of the dilemmas Subbarao confronted while leading the Reserve Bank through the extraordinary economic and political challenges India and world faced from 2008 to 2013.