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Non-fiction

Keeping the Faith: A Memoirs of a Parliamentarian: Somanath Chatterjee, Rs. 499

Candid and heartfelt memoir. Chatterjee looks back on his eventful three-and-a half decades in the Indian Parliament, capturing all the highs and lows as a nation's history was shaped, and revealing many behind the-scenes stories for the first time.

The Party: The Secret World of China's Communist Rules: Richard McGregor, Rs. 699

Revelatory investigation into Chinese Communist Party's integral role in the country's rise as a global superpower.

Encircling the Seamless: India, Climate Change, and the Global Commons: A. Damodaran, Rs. 850

Focusses on global commons within the larger canvas of the world's political and economic landscape.

Besieged: Voices from Delhi 1857: Mahmood Farooqui, Rs. 699

In this groundbreaking work, the author presents the first extensive translation into English of the mutiny papers.

Documents dating from Delhi's 1857 siege, originally written in Persian and Shikastah Urdu.

The Ace of Soft Skills: Attitude, Communication & Etiquette for Success: Gopalaswamy Ramesh, Rs. 550

Covers a gamut of soft skills - including personal accountability, listening skills, business proposals et al.

Fiction

Lessons in Forgetting: Anita Nair, Rs. 299

Heart-warming story of redemption, forgiveness and second chances.

Now available in paperback.

Saraswati Park: Anjali Joseph, Rs. 399

About love and loss and the noise in our heads.

It narrates how, in spite of everything, life, both lived and imagined, continues.

Lotus of Oceans: Suresh Pisharody, Rs. 295

Based on the artistic, cultural, literary and social atmosphere of Kerala.

This interesting work satisfies the aesthetic sense of the readers.

High Low in-between: Imraan Coovadia, Rs. 299

Book about a woman's relationship with the people close to her and the anarchic currents of life and death that she discovers.

The Sacred Grove: Daman Singh, Rs. 250

Fast and fun story with an edge that hurts. About growing up in troubled times.



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