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● Death is Not the Answer – By Anjali Chhabria

Choices : Inside the Making of India’s Foreign Policy – By Shivshankar Menon

Deadly Impasse; Indo-Pakistan Relations at the Dawn of a New Century – By
Sumit Ganguli, Cambridge University Press

Deep Singh Blue – By Ranbir Singh Sidhu, Harper Collins

Rain – By Sriram Subramaniam

Music Masti Modernity : The Cinema of Nasir Hussain – By Akshaya Manwani,

The Keeper of Memories – By Madhu Gurung

An Era of Darkness – By Shashi Tharoor

One life is not Enough – By Natwar Singh

The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad – By Twinkle Khanna

In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi and Sanitation – By Sudarshan Iyangar

Inside Unreal Estate – By Sushil Kumar Sayal

Democratic Dynasties, State, Party and Family in Contemporary Politics – Ed.
By Kanchan Cnahdra

The Battlefields of Imphal : The Second World War and North East India – By
Hemant Singh Katoch

One Upon a Time – By Ashok Srinivasan

The Persistence of Memory – Suketu Mehta

The Elephant Bird – By Arefa Tehsin

A Day in the Life of Kathmandu – By Javed Ashraf, India’s High Commissioner

This Brave New World : India, China and The United States – By Anja Manuel

Maoism in India and Nepal – By Ranjit Bhushan

The Tip of the Iceberg : The Unknown Truth : Behind India’s Start-ups – By
Suveen Sinha

Storm the Norm – Edited by Anisha Motwani

The Ocean of Churn; How the Indian Ocean Shaped Human History – By Sanjeev

The Association of Small Bombs – By karan Mahajan

One Indian Girl – By Chetan Bhagat

The Envoy From Kabul to the White House, My Journey Through a Turbulent World –
By Zalmay Khalilzad

When Breath Becomes Air – By Paul Kalanithi

The Dynasty : Born to Rule – By Sunita Aron

The Gene : An Intimate History – By Siddharth Mukherjee

Courage and Commitment – By Margaret Alva

Enter the Dangal – By Rudraneil Sen Gupta

Communalism in Post Colonial India : Changing Contours – Edited by Mujibur

Ace Against Odds – An autobiography by tennis start Sania Mirza

No Dream is Too High : Life Lessons from Man Who Walked on the Moon – By Buzz

Elemental India – By Meera Subramanian
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