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Terror plots only come to fruition with help of governments

Much of the global counterterrorism effort is delusional. It is laying the foundation for deeper polarization and radicalization that will make the world less safe than it already is. 

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Nur Jahan: Amazing tale of widow who became Empress of India

Book: Empress: The astonishing reign of Nur Jahan; Author: Ruby Lal; Publisher: Penguin-Viking; Pages: 308; Price: Rs 599

India and EU: The devil lies in the (trade) deal

 Although Mukherjee prefaces with the comment that the book is about "Europe meeting India", it is actually an expansive and insightful tour d'horizon of India's long engagement with Europe, such that has not attempted to date, at least from the Indian perspective. 

16 novels related to South Asian region longlisted for DSC Prize

Sixteen novels were longlisted on Wednesday for the the $25,000 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature.

"The Rise of Saffron Power” (Routledge India), edited by Mujibur Rehman

Hailed as a vital effort that deconstructs the nature of contemporary politics in India at a critical juncture, former Vice President Hamid Ansari launched the edited volume ‘The Rise of Saffron Power’ in New Delhi.

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