October 4, 2022

BOOK REVIEWS


Book Review: Dera Sacha Sauda And Gurmeet Ram Rahim

Some days ago, speaking at a book launch event, our Chief Justice appealed the journalist to do ‘Investigative Journalism’, according ...
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Book Review: 26/11 Bravehearts

“The visuals on the scene were horrific, to say the least. The big hand of ‘Breaking News’ was displayed on ...
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‘Lady Chatterley’s lover’: the novel which compelled the Supreme court to examine the law of obscenity.

‘Lady Chatterley’s lover’ was the novel due to which supreme court examined the law of obscenity in 1965 in rajneet ...
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Gunning for Godman: A page turner on Operation Asaram

I first heard about Asaram, when my best friend told me that she had won a competition back in school ...
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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness: Thread of Narratives

“Where do old birds go to die? Do they fall on us like stones from the sky? Do we stumble ...
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Book Review: Before Memory Fades…

Conversation with the finest man.. Someone said that reading a book is like talking with the finest men of the ...
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indira gandhi

Book Review: The case that shook India

"On that day, a lone judge, sitting in the High court, had pronounced a verdict, setting aside the election of ...
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population myth

Book Review: The population Myth by S.Y. Quraishi

After Babri Masjid dispute, population is the issue that ignited hate against Muslims very much. In India, Muslims has been ...
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Animal Farm: How a satire on totalitarianism also applies to present democracies?

“Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy, whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend…All animals ...
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Book Analysis: To kill a Mockingbird

In my first year of ll.b, when I searched for the best movies on law, “To Kill a Mockingbird” was ...
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