Thursday, September 16, 2021

Book Reviews

DPS Mahendra Hills: Spunky sprout salad activity conducted

The learning experience enriched the students immensely.

‘The Gopichand Factor’ describes the rise of Indian badminton

Young Saina was a dream come true for any coach and the perfect fit for Gopichand’s philosophy of high intensity training when she joined the former’s All England champion’s academy

New children’s books to keep young readers company

Here are new children's titles from Talking Cub and Scholastic that will keep the young readers company as they navigate these challenging times.

An insightful travelogue on Kashmir that takes you into the hearts of people

It takes you to unexpected places, into the homes of poets, playwrights and street performers; to a heartwarming Christmas service with the minuscule Christian community in Baramulla

Netflix names ‘Bridgerton’ as its ‘biggest series ever’

According to E! News, the series has been watched by 82 million households around the globe within the first 28 days of its release. The show's views have marked Netflix's own projections of 63 million households.

New books to tell classic children’s stories

The books, priced Rs 599 each, are currently available for sale on online and offline stores.

Tracing the roots of Land records

The latest book by Vanam Jwala Narasimha Rao is of immense educative value

J.K. Rowling’s latest fairytale for all ages

Eight Indian kids among illustrators and their surnames are not revealed as its not permissible in respect of minors under British laws

New book on Mirza Ghalib: the poet-intellectual

The book is sure to warm the hearts of aficionados

A powerful graphic novel

RJ Palacio’s graphic novel, White Bird, brings us an unforgettable tale of unrelenting courage, strength, and the power of kindness in a time of war.

Author Nemat Sadat on writing to ‘satisfy an emotional void’

'The Carpet Weaver' is an incredibly ambitious novel, especially for a debutant.

A factual solution through fiction

Pradeep Goorha suggests an end to the current story on India’s northern borders through his latest book 'Mr. Prime Minister, We Shrank the Dragon'

Dance On The Graves: A gripping tale of Kashmiri unrest

This sordid tale also has some romantic overtones. Surely love can blossom even under the most trying times.

Sudha Murty announces new collection of stories

The publishing house also revealed the first look of the cover of the upcoming book to celebrate the author's birthday.

‘N.Korea pursues nuclear missiles through deliberate testing program’

Victorino G. Mercado, assistant secretary of defence for strategy, plans and capabilities, made the remarks during the 2020 Space and Missile Defence Symposium held online on Tuesday

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