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Book Review: Ghosts of the Silent Hills

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Book Name: Ghosts of the Silent Hills Author: Anita Krishan Publisher: Fingerprint Genre: Fiction Rating: 3.8/5 Book Blurb: The dead do not rest till they get what they want. You have arrived in the hills. In here, you are surrounded…

NAW Interview with Sabin Iqbal

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Sabin Iqbal is a senior journalist who has worked in India and the Middle East. He was editorial director of Kochi-Muziris Biennale, senior editor at Tehelka and senior assistant editor at Business India. He is now festival director and co-curator…

Book Review: Cliffhangers by Sabin Iqbal

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Book Name: Cliffhangers Author: Sabin Iqbal Publisher: Aleph Book Company Genre: Fiction Rating: 4.9/5 Book Blurb: On New Year’s Eve, a tourist is raped in Kadaloor, a tranquil fishing village on the southern coast of the country. The chief suspects…

‘Hope’ by Abhinita Mohanty

Desperateness does not always stink, in the worthy life, it lingers, hangs, shies, or slightly fades, but it does stay, like breathe itself. But today she  shall sing, glories of the fading sun ‘cause when darkness, wraps the earth, stars…

Book Review: Delhi: A History by Manisha Choudhary

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Book Name: Delhi: A History Author: Manisha Choudhary Publisher: Rupa Genre: Non-fiction/history Rating: 5/5 Book Blurb: Delhi: A History is a historical portrait of a city whose past has reference in mythology and whose present is rooted in modernity. A…

‘We are one’ by Rachana Patni

We had managed to cheat it Through affluence and development Through barricades and gates And it has evolved,  mutated, we say, To show us where We were stuck Where we suck. Death is a great equalizer. We are only well,…

Aleph to publish Miracle at Happy Bazaar by Ruskin Bond

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Miracle at Happy Bazaar is the biggest and best book of children’s tales by Ruskin Bond yet published. Personally selected by the author, these fifty stories are the finest of the several hundred tales spun by India’s favourite children’s author in…