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Published: 30th January 2016 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th January 2016 10:59 PM   |  A+A-

The Only Book You Will Ever Need on Branding

By: Michiel Maandag and Liisa Puolakka  

Publisher: Hachette

Pages: 150

Price: Rs 299

b.jpgHow do you create a good name and  a memorable logo so that everyone understands what you are selling? In The Only Book You Will Ever Need on Branding, you’ll find out everything you need to know—fast. Mother, Where’s My Country?

By: Anubha Bhonsle  

Publisher: Speaking Tiger

Pages: 250

Price: Rs 499

bo.jpgDrawing upon interviews with Indian army personnel, politicians, leaders of insurgent groups, Irom Sharmila and ordinary people across Manipur, Anubha Bhonsle has produced a compelling and necessary book on the North East.

Mother, Where’s My Country?

By: Anubha Bhonsle  

Publisher: Speaking Tiger

Pages: 250

Price: Rs 499

boo.jpgDrawing upon interviews with Indian army personnel, politicians, leaders of insurgent groups, Irom Sharmila and ordinary people across Manipur, Anubha Bhonsle has produced a compelling and necessary book on the North East.

Girl in Glass

By: Deanna Fei 

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Pages: 314

Price: Rs 499

book.jpgDeanna Fei was just five-and-a-half months pregnant when she inexplicably went into labour. Minutes later, she met her tiny baby who clung to life support inside a glass box. Fei was forced to confront terrifying questions: How to be the mother of a child she could lose at any moment.

All Quiet in Vikaspuri 

By: Sarnath Banerjee

Publisher: HarperCollins

Pages: 152

Price: Rs 799

bookkk.jpgA Homeric tale of a man’s journey in search of the mythical river Saraswati, this graphic novel is set against the fictitious yet ever-so-real Water Wars of Delhi. It is a dystopian landscape where neighbourhoods fight brutal battles and even victory must end in defeat.

1962: The War That Wasn’t

By: Shiv Kunal Verma  

Publisher: Aleph

Pages: 425

Price: Rs 995

boooo.jpgIn this account of the 1962 war, based on dozens of interviews with soldiers and those who had a first-hand view of what actually happened, Verma takes us on an uncomfortable journey through one of the most disastrous episodes of independent India’s history.



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