Tuesday, November 20, 2018

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Review: Nobody Can Love You More

By Atul K Thakur Mayank is not laconic as a writer and he also breaks the stereotypical views. His book, Nobody Can Love You More...

How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia

How the books, in general are meant for? They are for ‘self-help’, reveals the narrator of Mohsin Hamid’s How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia, on a less cryptic note. Though he doesn’t assert its universal supremacy, but cites it’s fallible and can be deviated as well. The later conclusion, Mohsin’s third novel gives that narrator is ‘other’ and reader is ‘self’-the book progresses under this existential arrangement, and through taking meticulous care of locale.

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...

Native fibs

By Syed Aqeel There hardly exists a race of people on earth devoid of the possession of belief in strange, mysterious and often unbelievable ‘myths’....

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...

Collection Of Kashmir’s Brutal Ground Reality

Ever wondered, how does it feel to see posters of “most wanted” people on walls of buildings in Delhi streets? People with similar, same...

Taxi To The Dark Side: The US Prisons

By Iymon Ganaie Documentary films do often bring an agitation after which it is apt to shed tears. Agitation, which must be perceived as...

Dhobi Ghat: A Mumbai Dairy

By Iymon Ganaie With every film that the brand name ‘Aamir Khan Productions’ brings on the 72 mm screen, the audience is amused. Much same...

The Collaborator of Valley

  By Iymon Ganaie On Sunday morning, I started reading Mirza Waheed’s debut novel The Collaborator. The novel is a poignant, moving tale of love...

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