Book Review: An Ordinary Man’s Guide to Radicalism

Book Review

Book Review: An Ordinary Man’s Guide to Radicalism

Bani Umar Book Title: An ordinary man's guide to radicalism Author: Neyaz Farooquee Price: Rs 365 Sardonic and wise, Farooquee scrapes out the unvarnished truth about identity and stereotypes, about life in a ghetto, and the small and big disappointments…

End Of India

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End Of India

  Bani Umar Title: End Of India Publisher:Penguin Price: Rs 200 Pages: 163 Khushwant Singh was born on February 2, 1915, in Punjab province of Pakistan and after the partition, he migrated from newly formed state to India.Khushwant Singh is…

Yeh Basti Azaboon Ki

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Yeh Basti Azaboon Ki

Bani Umar Hisham Matar is a Libyan writer. His memoir of the search for his father, The Return, won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography and the 2017 PEN America Jean Stein Book Award. He once said that…

Book Review: The Wretched of The Earth by Frantz Fanon

Book Review

Book Review: The Wretched of The Earth by Frantz Fanon

Shinzani Jain Book: The Wretched of the Earth. Author: Frantz Fanon Publisher: New York: Grove Press, 1963 Pages: 317 Pages Frantz Fanon’s radical text ‘The Wretched of the Earth’ is counted as one of the most influential literatures on psychoanalysis of colonialism, colonial violence…

Book Review: ‘Walking with The Comrades’

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Book Review: ‘Walking with The Comrades’

'Walking With The Comrades' published by Penguin Books is an account of a thrilling experience by India's brilliant daughter, Arundhati Roy in the forests of Dandakaranya (Dandakaranya includes parts of Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh states). In this book…

BOOK REVIEW: FOUR KEY CONCEPTS FROM THE QURAN

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BOOK REVIEW: FOUR KEY CONCEPTS FROM THE QURAN

Juneefa Bilal Introduction to an author: Maulana Syed Abu 'Ala Maududi was one of the most prominent scholars of the twentieth century (Mawdudi& Jan 2006). He was a prolific writer. Both Western and South Asian scholars regard him as one…

Review of ……And The Silence Whispered

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Review of ……And The Silence Whispered

Whenever in isolation, the rhythmic tunes of one’s heart coincide with the tunes of poetry one is reading, the languages fail to paint the impressions so received in black and white. The reader in such situations is restricted to just…