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4G Jihad: The ISIS' genesis and gameplan

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With the arrest of an ISIS propagandist from India's tech hub, some volunteers trying to go to Iraq/Syria join the outfit, its flags being seen in the troubled Kashmir Valley, it is time Indians understood ISIS in detail - and the present volume goes a long way towards this this purpose.

How a book sparked of a Cold War battle

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Will anyone care as much for a book today?

Kamasutra in the time of porn ban

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The book, a re-telling of the Kamasutra by Wendy Doniger, explicates how ancient India appreciated eroticism and its progressive outlook on gender and female sexuality.

Manchurian Sojourn: Life in the other, unseen China

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 Meyer's work is an engrossing picture of China, a new China but with some unchanging traditions!

'Finding Audrey' makes you double up with laughter

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In "Finding Audrey", we enter a family which is messed up and argues a lot. It would be relatable to all teens- and their parents. 

'He must be either mad or a Gurkha'

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This memoir is one soldier's story of living the life of the Gurkha - imbibing its values and its way of life through courage, honesty and pride.

The fascinating journey of life-sustaining force on Earth: Water

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What is life if not water?

What the war wrought: India's Second World War experience

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What has been overlooked so far, contends Yasmin Khan, a professor of history at Oxford University, is the cumulative, comprehensive effect on the Indian "home front" as the country soon faced a total war and its manifold demands.

 

Ramayana gets a modern revamp in The Ramchandra Series

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It's an easy-to-understand moral tale, entwined in mythology.

The most famous Jamaican: James Bond's Caribbean roots

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It  convinces you that if you are asked to name most famous Jamaicans, then James Bond figures automatically with Colin Powell, Bob Marley, Michael Holding, Usain Bolt, Malcolm Gladwell, and Naomi Campbell.

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