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Last Updated Tuesday February 28 2017 06:30 AM IST

The Front Page Murders

Puja Changoiwala, who covered the incidents as they unfolded, recounts in gripping detail the story behind the sensational case of multiple murders that shocked the country

Book review | The Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi by Neena Gopal

Neena interviewed the former Indian Prime Minister during the journey and had stepped off the car to proceed to the venue of the meeting when Dhanu, the suicide bomber, detonated the explosives strapped to her body through a waist belt, instantly killing Rajiv Gandhi

Top 6 books for the weekend

From authors Durjoy Datta, Yuval Noah Harari, Devadutt Pattnaik, Karan Parmanandka, Geronimo Stilton, Peter Wohlleben, Pradip Kishen.

Book review | The sepia-colored frames of Kerala

Most of M P Gopalakrishnan's stories narrate the tales of Malayali men who ditched their caste-prescribed tasks and went in search of 'real jobs' in the flourishing cities of Madras and Bombay armed only with their educational certificates.

The hallmark of simplicity

Shorn of pretensions, there is a brutal honesty about Vakkom S. Bright's short stories, which converse with the reader straight from the heart.

Book Review: Yoga and Diet for Ailment

If yoga has broken all barriers in recent times and is bringing more and more people globally into its fold for maintaining health and staying fit, it is something that was bound to happen.

Book Review: Time to Talk

Divided into 23 chapters, the book traces the growth of Ambrose from the community of Swetes, located inside St John, the capital of Antigua.

Book review: India's Broken Tryst

Tavleen Singh gives an insight into what has gone wrong with the political class and governance during the near seven decades after India's independence.