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The Secret’s Out – 1984: India’s Guilty Secret #mustread

 by Ravinder Randhawa.     For more than thirty years Pav Singh tried to figure out what had happened. As had Sikhs in India and across the diaspora. Churasee, the Punjabi word for 1984, is a deep wound in the Sikh psyche…. Continue Reading →

Dalit Author’s Family Ostracised Over Book #WTFnews

By S Kumaresan | ENS Published: 13th August 2014 06:00 AM Duraisamy the author’s fat PUDUKKOTTAI: Caste Hindus have forced people belonging to the Dalit community to ostracise one of their families as a youth from the family had published a book… Continue Reading →

Modi- ‘God’s Chosen One’ Now Preaches Free Religion #NOMOre_2014

Big Modi Rebranding Attempt in Little-Known Book: ‘Whatever the religion… we are children of God’, writes Modi in a book on religion published recently VISHAL DUTTA & NISTULA HEBBAR AHMEDABAD | NEW DELHI Aforeword in a little-noticed book, published recently… Continue Reading →

Why is the media silent about the new book on Mata Amritanandamayi?

by G Pramod Kumar Feb 21, 2014 , Firstpost Image: Amritapuri.org Kerala’s biggest spiritual discovery – the hugging saint Mata Amritanandamayi – and her establishment could have been at the centre of a messy controversy, if the state’s media had… Continue Reading →

Hitler’s Killer Women Revealed in New History #mustread

by Wendy Lower Oct 6, 2013  A new book pulls back the veil on the widespread involvement of women in the Third Reich’s most murderous and brutal activities. An exclusive excerpt from Wendy Lower’s Hitler’s Furies. The history of female killers—Hitler’s furies—during the… Continue Reading →

Politically Correct Bedtime Stories #Sundayreading

Politically Correct Bedtime Stories: Modern Tales for Our Life and Times is a book by James Finn Garner, published in 1994, in which Garner satirizes the trend toward political correctnessand censorship of children’s literature, with an emphasis on humour and parody. The bulk of the book consists of fairy tales such as Little Red… Continue Reading →

Tulika offers books for children in Braille #DISABILITY

Books in Braille Some of Tulika’s books are available in Braille. They have been adapted by Third Eye and are available through their website www.third-eye.org. You can find out more about the books listed below through the book search option… Continue Reading →

Raising uneasy questions subtly

Published: Sunday, Mar 11, 2012, By DNA Correspondent | Place: Bangalore | In a rather unusual ceremony, SK Biswas, former director of Indian Institute of Science, released four books by social activists MC Raj and Jyothi Raj in the city… Continue Reading →

Idea of Heterosexuality Traced to German Law

Sunday, February 5, 2012 By Hanne Blank The revision of legal codes in Germany in the 1860s raised questions about sexual misconduct, says Hanne Blank in her book “Straight.” In this excerpt, she examines how that led to the creation… Continue Reading →

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