The book says that recent steps taken on economic and fiscal side can work as a catalyst to development agenda which was boosted through Employment Guarantee Act, Right to Education Act and Food Security Act.
The author, who was a young fighter pilot, during the 1965-war has tried to club official records, squadron diaries and veteran accounts in the book.
The book is a collection of narratives on modern Indian women who have been pioneers and led large organizations - in banking, law, the media, advertising, etc.
The copy carries a prologue of 20 pages and has four hand-drawn photographs, in which one photograph not only carries the pictures of Lord Ram, Sita, Laxman and Hanuman but also of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.
Mrs. Funnybones is about how a modern woman looks at India and how India looks back at her.
The second non-fiction book by Chetan Bhagat provides inspired solutions to the country's most intractable problems.
The book is a kind of research work of the University, tells the story of the Kumbh Mela, the largest celebration on earth that depends on the positions of Jupiter, the Sun and the Moon.
The author through the book has tried to look into life of R.D. Burman and reveals the fact about number of songs and tunes of Burman.
The book not only tells about the Ghosts of Calcutta but also about other characters like friends, associates, passer-bys, who were around him.
It unveils the story of environmental policy making in India from the perspective of a pivotal decision maker.
It came in news after Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his first visit to central Asian countries namely Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.
The focus of the book is on initiatives launched by the Vajpayee government between 1998 and 2004 to restore normalcy in India's most beautiful but troubled state.
The author through this book highlights the matter of identity with respect to both the Hindu and Muslim in line to Hussein’s identity.
The focus of the book is on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign policy with special reference to the regional politics.
It is a compilation of writings and reflections on his life and experiences that were published in various news papers.
Transcendence maps a journey of self-realization reflected in the eyes of Pramukh Swamiji, painting a delightful fusion of spirituality, science and leadership.
The book takes the reader behind closed doors to witness the creation and evolution and future of China’s state-controlled capitalism.
The author is the Chairperson of the Australian mining company Hancock Prospecting Group.
In the book, the author tried to de-construct the ideology responsible for the killing of Mahatma Gandhi on 30 June 1948.
The book is based on Bhutto's own books, articles and speeches and on the author's interviews with her close friends and colleagues.
The book is an Urdu translation of Mohammed Iqbal’s writing in English tilted Stray Reflections.
In the book the author explains emergence of new class of entrepreneurs in India, in recent times, especially from geographically and socially disadvantage spaces.
The book based on life and economic vision of PM Narendra Modi has been published by Sichuan University’s South Asia Study Centre.
The book is aimed at informing and educating policy-makers, scholars and readers about role of Islam in pursuit of education and knowledge.
It is a biography of former Indian Cricket Captain Sourav Ganguly and deals with his cricketing career.
With the novel, he has concluded the Ibis trilogy, his fictional recreation of the events leading up to the first opium war of 1839-42.
The book titled The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy by Daniel A. Bell was in news in May 2015.
The book explains the vastly changed nature of the world since the Cold War and predicts what will be the likely changes in the 21st centuary.
The book describes the a six-hundred year old former textile town in Kaka-style development which sketches Mahatma Gandhi and his struggle against British rule and terms the city as a hotbed for communal violence.
The 688-pages book is an overview of the contemporary Pakistan which was born as the creation of elite Urdu-speaking Muslims who sought to govern a state that would maintain their dominance.