by Michelle Obama: ‘Becoming’ is the memoir of former First Lady of the United States. It charts out Michelle’s epic journey, talking about her roots and how she found her voice, to her time in the White House and her role as a mother. Michelle Obama in this book shares an extraordinarily candid account of her childhood, the highs and lows of life, her trials and triumphs.
by Anita Nair: Dark and disturbing in parts, Eating Wasps explores the inner workings of the minds of women and illustrates how the world often shoves them to insanity for expressing their desires.
Notes of a Dream
by Krishna Trilok: ‘Notes of a Dream’ is the biography of Oscar-winning musician A.R. Rahman
The Small Wonder
by Vimal Mohan, Digvijay Singh Deo and Bishweshwar Nandi: The Small Wonder is a book on Indian gymnast Dipa Karmakar that was released by cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar in Mumbai on 22 January 2019. The book gives an insight into the life of the gymnast and the hardships that she has gone through to reach the stage of her life where she is at the moment. The book also speaks about her feat in the Rio Olympics in 2016 where she finished fourth in the finals of the vault event.
by Taslima Nasrin: Bangladeshi author and women rights advocate Taslima Nasrin launched ‘Besharam’, her sequel to the controversial Lajja, in Hindi at the ongoing New Delhi World Book Fair on 12 January 2019. Lajja revolves around the Hindu families who had to leave Bangladesh to seek exile in India because of the religious violence in the country. Besharam, portrays the aftermath life of Suranjan, Maya and her parents after leaving Bangladesh and how it impacted them. The novel has been translated from Bengali to Hindi by Utpal Banerjee.
A Crusade Against Corruption
by Manohar Manoj: Vice-Chairman of Rajya Sabha, Harivansh Narayan Singh launched Manohar Manoj`s book A Crusade Against Corruption on 5 January 2019.
Law, Justice and Judicial Power – Justice P N Bhagwati’s Approach
by Mool Chand Sharma: The book “Law, Justice and Judicial Power – Justice P N Bhagwati’s Approach” written by Mool Chand Sharma was launched by the Chief Justice of India, Shri Justice Ranjan Gogoi. The first copy of the book was received by the President Ram Nath Kovind. The book is a collection of 24 essays celebrating Justice P N Bhagwati’s judicial work and landmark judgments as well as his work towards introducing public interest litigation in India.
The Third Pillar
by Raghuram Rajan: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind by Raghuram Rajan
by Anita Nair
Every Vote Counts
The Story of India’s Elections: by Navin Chala: Navin Chawlaserved as 16th Chief Election Commissioner of India during 2009-2010.
Ek Tha Doctor, Ek Tha Sant
by Arundhati Roy: This book contains the blind eye towards caste prejudice, capitalism, favoritism in India, by referring to Ambedkar’s speech by Gandhian intellectuals. It also talks about the Hindu nation of the Sangh Parivar.
Eyewitness at Amritsar
A Visual History of the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre: by Amandeep Singh Mandra and Paramjit Singh:
Politics of Jugaad: The Coalition Handbook’
by Saba Naqvi: “Politics of Jugaad: The Coalition Handbook” is a new book authored by journalist Saba Naqvi that was released in April 2019. The book examines coalition government history in India to project possibility at the end of 2019 Lok Sabha election. It questions whether ‘coalitions’ are inevitable even when they have been proved unstable, or whether they hold promise of greater democratization in our diverse nation.
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