Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Reviews

The Blind Man’s Garden: Loss of odd times

Like his preceding work, The Wasted Vigil, Nadeem Aslam’s fourth novel-The Blind Man’s Garden, follows difficult overtures with the recent history. However, this new...

The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli

By Syed Aqeel ‘The Prince’ is a masterpiece on modern politics written by the father of modern political thought Niccolo Machiavelli. The Bible of the...

Harud breaks the bollywood stereotype on Kashmir

              By Fahad Shah “Whatever is going on is not your fault?” tells the father, Yusuf (Reza Naji, Iranian actor) to his son, Rafiq (Shahnawaz...

The unjust past

What made Pandits of Kashmir to migrate? What made them to live as migrants in the land which was alien to them, where the...

The Great Weaver From Kashmir

While surfing the net I stumbled upon the title of a book “The Great Weaver from Kashmir” by Halldor Laxness. A sheer curiosity, a...

“Fascist coup of the self-proclaimed world’s largest democracy is unfolding before our eyes”

India's Twitter friendly Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who has embarrassed the government several times recently through his over enthusiastic slip of tongues, be it...

THE COLLABORATOR By Mirza Waheed

A stunningly humane work of storytelling with a poignant and unpredictable hero at its heart. Mirza Waheed is a major new talent. Goes to...

The House With a Thousand Stories

  Aruni is among those few, who practically objected the stereotypical portrayal of Northeast India as a ‘subject matter.’ These seven states, otherwise, are far...

The Shadow of the Crescent Moon

Fatima Bhutto is a conscience keeper of her sensibility. She has proved it on time and again. Her detailed memoir, Songs of Blood and...

“Looking back at a modern nation”

  A young and inexperienced India that began its tryst with destiny as a sovereign, socialist, secular democratic republic has come a long way in...

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