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Published - February 05, 2014 04:18 pm IST - Thiruvananthapuram

India's Muslim Spring: Why Is Nobody Talking About It: Hasan Suroor

India's Muslim Spring: Why Is Nobody Talking About It: Hasan Suroor


Cell: Robin Cook, Rs. 599

Top notch fusion of groundbreaking medical science and edge-of-your-seat suspense.

Life After Life: Kate Atkinson, Rs. 399

Ursula Todd’s life as she lives through the turbulent events of the last century again and again.

Reynas Prophecy: Radhika Philip, Rs. 450

Follow Reyna Joseph Sinclair as she lives in strife-torn Sri Lanka.

The King: Kader Abdolah, Rs. 799

With bloody battles, intrigue and extraordinary characters, the book brings a historical moment brilliantly to life.

Night Film: Marisha Pessl, Rs. 499

Story of investigative journalist Scott McGrath’s mission to uncover cult director Cordova's daughter death, which was presumably closed as a suicide.


India At Turning Point: The Road To Good Governance: T.S.R. Subramanian, Rs. 595

On the deficiencies in public governance even after more than six decades since Independence.

The author has combined his rich and varied experience of the system with his immense analytical skills to critically appraise the complex political, social and development challenges facing the nation today.

India's Muslim Spring: Why Is Nobody Talking About It: Hasan Suroor, Rs. 395

Focusses on the current Muslim mood in India, particularly that of the youth who are trying to move the community into a new, positive direction.

Indra's Net: Defending Hinduism's Philosophical Unity: Rajiv Malhotra, Rs. 599

Provides a foundation for theories that slander contemporary Hinduism as illegitimate, ascribing sinister motives to its existence and characterising its fabric as oppressive.

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India Uninc.: Prof. R. Vaidyanathan, Rs. 395

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Source: Modern Book Centre



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