Books and Authors

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What Happened to Netaji?Anuj Dhar
Rebooting India: Realizing a Billion AspirationsNandan Nilekani and Viral Shah
Interlinking of Indian RiversRadha Kant Bharati
Autobiography of Sam Pitroda named Dreaming Big: My Journey to Connect IndiaDavid Chanoff
Advantage India-From Challenge to OpportunityAPJ Abdul Kalam and Srijan Pal Singh
‘Hari, A Hero for Hire’Zac O’Yeah
‘The making of Indian Diplomacy: A Critique of Eurocentrism’Deep K. Datta-Ray
‘Brutal’Uday Satpathy
‘The Monsoon War: Young Officers Reminisce – 1965 India-Pakistan WarAmarinder Singh and Lt General Tajinder Shergill
‘Baluta’Daya Pawar (translated by Jerry Pinto)
‘For Love and Honour’Anand Ranganathan
‘The Hidden Brain by Shankar Vedantam, Summer Requiem’Vikram Seth
Blood on my hands: Confessions of Staged Encounters’Kishalay Bhattacharjee
‘The Brothers Bihar’Sankarshan Thakur
Indian Family Business Mantras’Peter Leach and Tatwamasi Dixit
‘India-Myanmar Relations: Changing Contours’Rajiv Bhatia
The Courage to Act - A Memoir of a Crisis and Its AftermathBen S. Bernanke
The Clintons' War on WomenRoger Stone and Robert Morrow
Ruled or Misruled: Story and Destiny of BiharSantosh Singh
Smita Patil: A Brief IncandescenceMaithili Rao
From Fishing Hamlet to Red PlanetP.V. Manoranajan Rao
‘It will Always Be You’Megha Rao
‘Jelly Belly’Aparna Santhanam
‘The Blue Between Sky and Water’Susan Abulhawa
‘After the Bomb: Reflections on India’s Nuclear JourneyAchin Vanaik
‘Madras: Tracing the Growth of the City Since 1639’K.R.A. Narasiah
For King and Another Country: Indian Soldiers on the Western Front 1914-18’Shrabani Basu
The World of Hrishikesh Mukherjee: The Filmmaker Everyone Loves’Jai Arjun Singh
‘Why India is Not a Great Power (Yet)’Bharat Karnad
‘India On My Platter’Saransh Goila
‘Pandeymonium’Piyush Pandey

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