Mara Einstein in The New York Times

Mara Einstein in The New York Times

I don’t often watch late night television, which may be why I was caught unawares. Jimmy Fallon’s opening monologue began hilariously enough, when abruptly he pivoted to a series of inexplicably weak jokes centered on a forthcoming football game...

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Book : Sultan of Delhi

Book : Sultan of Delhi

Book Review: Arnab Ray’s Sultan of Delhi is a desi Godfather-style thriller Indian fiction in English can be extensively isolated into two classifications. They are both of the Chetan Bhagat assortment with simple English and fundamental plots...

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Book : The Hidden life of trees

Book : The Hidden life of trees

Book: The Hidden Life Of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate – Discoveries From A Secret World Creator: Peter Wohlleben Distributer: Allen Lane Rs 499 Pages xxxi + 319 Every one of us read in school about Jagadish Bose’s disclosure...

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Book : A long watch

Book : A long watch

Book: A Long Watch – War, Captivity, and Return in Sri Lanka Author: Commodore Ajith Boyagoda as advised to Sunila Galappatti Publisher: Harper Collins Rs350 228 pages In the long time since the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) were...

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The Freedom to Politics

The Freedom to Politics

“Politics is the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month and next year and to have the ability afterward to explain why it didn’t happen”- Winston Churchill As we know, the political season is here, we are here...

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The Big Sheep – Robert Kroese

The Big Sheep – Robert Kroese

A much more interesting read than I thought it would be. While the language was a little salty in places, the dystopian aspects of the novel were so subtle and so craftily sprinkled through the narrative it was totally believable.

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