Juni Dagger is Masterfully Authored by a Teenager

Authored by a teenager of just sixteen years, Juni Dagger had me interested on account of two things – the age of the author and the blurb which incidentally reads as follows - When the residents of Meraupatnam’s posh Dormeth Lane start getting picked off by mysterious snipers, the mayor has no choice but

Durand’s Curse – By Rajiv Dogra

Time testifies to the fact that arbitrarily drawn lines, can wreak havoc with long lasting effects. Writer, commentator, artist and former foreign service officer Rajiv Dogra beautifully and perfectly encapsulates this reality in his book Durand’s Curse. My knowledge of Afghan History was limited to the Anglo-Afghan wars, but this book was

The Essential Ambedkar – By Bhalchandra Mungekar

Ambedkar is a unique voice. His contribution is timeless, as a political intellectual. The Essential Ambedkar is a collection of some of his major works that delve deep into the issue of casteism in India. Edited by Bhalachandra Mungekar The Essential Ambedkar stands as a uniquely relevant introduction to the