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Book Review: Twisted Threads uses satire to deconstruct Indian politics
Bhavesh Kansara rivals JK Rowling in choosing wickedly witty names and acronyms like in the Harry Potter series — Chikram Vandra, Sankhya Sifar, Prakash Nakuchkar, Sitasurya Chammach, Kudratey Schuer and MEMRI (Ministry for Establishing MRIs). It will leave you in splits when you discover the real life personalities being trolled
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Writing as a corrective for a Hindu collective: An important reprise
What if you see your image in a mirror that is cracked/broken? What kinds of distortions will the mirror make of your visage? Will you want to continue to look in the mirror or look away? What do you sense and feel when you see your image is distorted? What if you do not know that the mirror is cracked? What if it is the only mirror you can access or allowed access to? Humor me and do this thought experiment.
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Book review: S Vijay Kumar pens ideal plot with facts, figures, fiery narrative to nab The Idol Thief
Woven around the dramatic chase across the world to bring down the most prolific and high-profile trafficker of temple idols, this book captures the tale of avaricious museums, apathetic governments, honest policemen, and avid bloggers.