All the world's a stage - for Shakespeare

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These are the issues that theatre critic, Shakespeare scholar and writer Andrew Dickson painstakingly deals with in this book, the outcome of a travel to six countries on four continents - and spanning 400 years.

Witnessing history, writing a new literary story

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 The problem arises since the expectation that the author "would take the centrestage and be the hero of this story" is belied since Sahni is willing to "share the light with almost everyone else".

How inspiring figure Sundar 'Google' Pichai charted his way

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"In the 11 years that Pichai has been at Google, he has demonstrated an uncanny ability to focus on products and solutions that have worked wonders for the Mountain View based company."

This New Year do it the vegan way!

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"Guilt Free Vegan Cookbook: Oil, Sugar, Gluten and Dairy Free Vegetarian Recipes" shows the way to a healthier lifestyle.

Of science, the world of Pangea and tips to plan life post-retirement

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A fictional journey of a teen girl to Pangea for a new future after the end of World War III.

Why India needs a presidential system

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The Indian system began to break down almost immediately after Independence, because the powers of its two topmost officials were poorly defined.

A 'structural' history of Buddhism in Southeast Asia

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It cannot stop us from appreciating the whole gamut of forms.

Romancing the haute cuisine of Awadh

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It display of the dishes he conjures up, the book also shows a whiff of being different.

An intense performance: Smita Patil's life and films

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Smita managed a wide gamut of earthy and complex performances, rendered with such intensity, empathy and maturity that older and more experienced actors would find hard to pull off.

 

Gut feeling: Have probiotics for improving brain functions

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The neurons in the gut are so innumerable that many scientists are calling them as “second brain”.

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