Bibek Debroy

Three-decade-deep wound unravelled

Two books—one a fiction and another a report—deal with the pain that 1984 anti-Sikh riots unleashed across the country

13 Jan 2018

A motley collection on the Motherland

Historian and Trinamool MP Sugata Bose puts together scholarly papers, his Lok Sabha speeches, newspaper articles, book reviews, and a lecture in his take on nationhood.

23 Sep 2017

Behind her iron curtain

Though written well, one bit in this Indira Gandhi biography is rather juvenile

09 Sep 2017

Uravelling guide to identity

A contemporary biography of perhaps the biggest gamechanger in today’s times

26 Aug 2017

The great development debate

A ground-up perspective, while documenting India’s disparities in growth and governance challenge

24 Jun 2017

Economics in our daily lives

The book is an old and classical approach that many contemporary economists have forgotten

30 Mar 2017

The Nehruvian era of errors

'Blunders' is used in the book as a general term to include failures, wrong policies and bad decisions.

25 Feb 2017

Contrary to popular wisdom

For the Prime Minister, reforms are about changing the template of government and governance.

31 Dec 2016

Many faces of feroze Gandhi

This 32-chapter book reveals Feroze Gandhi’s journey as a Congress worker, freedom fighter, as Indira’s husband and Jawaharlal Nehru’s son-in-law.

24 Dec 2016

Chronicles of conflict in red zone

The author weaves the book with her experiences but doesn’t suggest public policy changes

05 Nov 2016

In pursuit of prosperity

Vijay Joshi’s book takes a long view of the Indian economy since the 1991 reforms

15 Oct 2016