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Review: Che in Paona Bazaar

Kishalay Bhattacharjee’s Che in Paona Bazaar is a reticent vein running through the North East. The short stories are chased by a population who are buried under the unmixed concrete…..

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Review: Revenge of the Naked Princess

Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds drew as much attention for its altered take on history as for creativity of the director in filming the entire movie. Oswald Pereira does something similar for…..

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Review: Blood from a Shadow

I was sent a novel that circled around bloodstained reminiscences of a war gone by – remnants of what it left behind both emotionally and mentally, and disturbed ex-militia up…..

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Speaking Through Verse

It has been almost a month now since I turned the last page of Vikram Seth’s The Golden Gate. Written entirely in verse and being Seth’s debut novel, it establishes…..

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Review: JFK

It is safe to compare the writing of a whodunit thriller to walking a tightrope – the writer has to achieve a balance between dropping enough titbits to keep the…..

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Review: Circle of Three

In an attempt to tell a story that reveals the power of human relationships and the prospect of a second shot at life, Rohit Gore manages to interest his readers…..