Reviews and summaries of some must-read books
Bloomsbury now accused of leaking manuscript of the book that they refused to publish after giving into ‘liberal’ threats: Read details
Only a week ago, Bloomsbury India decided to withdraw the publication of the book ‘Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story’ by authors of Monika Arora, Sonali Chitalkar and Prerna Malhotra
Garuda Prakashan to publish ‘Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story’ after its withdrawal by Bloomsbury on pressure from Islamists
The book’s author advocate Monika Arora informed that as per sentiment of the people, they are going ahead with Garuda Prakashan
Left historian William Dalrymple was behind the withdrawal of book on Delhi riots by Bloomsbury, informs writer Aatish Taseer
Earlier William Dalrymple had announced on Twitter that he is working to stop the publication of the book by Bloomsbury
At least 3 authors withdraw their books from Bloomsbury after the publishing house withdrew a book under pressure from leftist gang
3 authors have announced they are withdrawing 11 books from Bloomsbury, while other have committed to never work with them
Here is how Bloomsbury published and promoted a book glorifying anti-CAA riots written by someone who believes Tahir Hussain is innocent
Ziya Ul Salam, writer of the book published by Bloomsbury, had declared that Tahir Hussain is innocent and he was framed
Rajiv Gandhi did not want Ram Mandir dispute to be settled, withdrew support after Chandra Shekhar had resolved the age-old issue: Claims upcoming book
Rajiv Gandhi did not want Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute to be resolved as he did not want Chandra Shekhar to take credit for the same
Former RBI governor Urjit Patel blames UPA govt for banking mess, says RBI too fell short on several counts
The former RBI governor Urjit Patel in his yet-to-be-released book writes that several government banks did not have senior management in place, and governance suffered.
The Indian Newsroom: Book by former NDTV employee exposes the strange nexus between NDTV and Congress
Bhushan has detailed in his book that NDTV had formed a dedicated team and run a long and elaborate campaign 'exposing' Natwar Singh's alleged corruption with the sole aim to remove him from the cabinet. But strangely, the successful campaign finds no mention in the organisation's 'untold stories'.
A cow was slaughtered in temples every day, Hindu places of worship were razed to the ground: The truth about Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti
Toeing the orthodox line, Nizamuddin Aulia had condemned the Hindus of India to the 'fires of hell'. He had also written that even if the non-Muslims embrace Islam, the faith will not benefit them, because they had been unbelievers. He had added, "He, (Allah) has created paradise and hell for the believers and the infidels respectively to repay the wicked they (infidels) have done."
Excerpts from the book "How I became a Hindu" by Sita Ram Goel in which he talks about how he felt about independent India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Nehruism.