Book review of The House of Scindias: A Saga of Power, Politics and Intrigue
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The book describes in detail what it was like to be a businessman in the 1960s and 1970s
The author emphasises the need to work actively on enhancing one's visibility
After Cooling has its greatest impact when it asks us to think deeply about the reasons humans wish to change the temperature of their ...
The Nobel Prize-winning economist has combined pure memoir with chapters on fundamental philosophical, political or economic issues
Yusuf Khan from Peshawar, aka Dilip Kumar, was completely believable in a wide range of roles in a span of 12 years at the height of his career ...
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In a conversation with Ritwik Sharma, Benegal recalls their partnership and what made Bhatia a very special music director
A 6-foot-2 Russian who punctuated her flat groundstrokes with piercing shrieks, Sharapova made one of the most extraordinary journeys in sports
The Villa d'Este concours started as a way for automakers to show new cars to prospective buyers and to celebrate ...