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Published: 09th January 2016 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 09th January 2016 10:34 AM   |  A+A-

As Good as Dead

By: Elizabeth Evans

Publisher:Bloomsbury

Pages: 261

Price: Rs 499

Endearinglyflawed and battered-aroundthe- edges, Charlotte has managed to fashion herself a life that balances marriage and a writing career, but now Esmé, the charming friend Charlotte betrayed at university,stands at Charlotte’s door.

 

Applied Spirituality

By: Swami Agnivesh

Publisher:

Harper Element

Pages: 156

Price: Rs 350

In this book, Swami Agnivesh discusses his views on religion and spirituality,leavened by his decades-long work with the underprivileged. He reasons how these can be applied in our day-to-day lives so as to make them resonate in a more practical manner.

 

Sattvik: Foods of India

By: Anupama Shukla

Publisher: Body & Soul Books

Pages: 131

Price: Rs 299

Shattering the myth that healthy food is tasteless, this book presents more than 70 easy-to-follow delicioussattvik recipes. Shukla introduces the fundamentals of wellbeing by showing how each person is different in terms of nutritional requirements.

 

The Other Side of the Mountain

By: Salman Khurshid

Publisher: Hay House

Pages: 416

Price: Rs 699

In this book, Khurshid analyses why the Congress lost the 2014 Lok Sabha polls and focuses on the fluctuating fortunes of the Bharatiya Janata Party and other parties, besides dealing with key issues having a bearing on the country’s future.

 

Thunderstorm

By: Ratan Kumar Sambharia

Translated by:Mridul Bhasin

Publisher:Hachette

Pages: 244

Price: Rs 350

In fifteen stories that are at once grim, wryly ironic, humorous and affecting, acclaimed Rajasthani writer R K Sambhria portrays with rare acuity the injustices rampant in a caste-driven society and the triggers that spark rebellion.

 

The Honest Season

By: Kota Neelima

Publisher:Random House

Pages: 364

Price: Rs 299

Sikander Bansi, an unlikely political heir, secretly records politicians in Parliament. Amongthem is a corrupt leader of the People’s Party. When Bansi vanishes, Mira, a journalist with a gift of knowing people’s thoughts, receives the tapes and clues to find him.



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