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A born rebel who died a lonely death

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Kolkata-based journalist Bappaditya Paul tells us that Sanyal developed hatred for Communism.

Fiction from troubled South Asia

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The Sri Lanka saga revolves around the tragedy of Tamils.

Peace? Sri Lanka is still at war -- within

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Anyone interested in Sri Lanka, its past, present and future, must read the book.

Pultizer winner, some shortlisted novels

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The IANS bookshelf this weekend has the magic of imaginative richness. Take your pick.

Can't stop falling in love with a ghost

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What sort of love will blossom between the living and the dead?

A mother's nightmarish quest for her missing son

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'Half mothers' is not a recognised term like 'half-widows'.

Osho on yoga and meditation

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Osho was a great votary of yoga and meditation and proud of their Indian roots.

The poetic side of a talented actress

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The problem begins when the boundary line between reel and real life begins to blur.

Love laced stories and emotional sagas

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IANS book stack offers you a concoction of contemporary tales of love.

Story A 'Hero' every Indian can be proud of

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This is the story of a man and how he struggled to achieve the success.

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