sites/default/files/Literature ThumbImage/5c09e298d8a13-254x405-New-254x405.jpg

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. 

More on Books

Great warmth between Pakistanis and Indians: Pakistani writer Fatima Bhutto

Whatever the state of politics between India and Pakistan may be, the citizens of the neighbouring South Asian nations, separated at birth, are naturally drawn to each other and you cannot stop that, says Fatima Bhutto, niece of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and granddaughter of Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

How real is the 'TruModi' bromance?


Book: Open Embrace: India-US ties in the Age of Modi and Trump; Author: Varghese K. George; Publisher: Penguin Random House India; Price: Rs 599.

'Jallianwala Bagh massacre by British was preceded by reign of terror'

As the country gears up to observe the 100th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre of innocent and unarmed Indians by ruthless British forces, the events before and after the April 13, 1919 killing of hundreds clearly indicate that the British rulers of that time were unnerved by the unrest in Punjab in general and Amritsar in particular which led them to do something which could "teach a lesson" to the Indians.

South India has its distinctiveness and its history is relatively unknown: Rajmohan Gandhi

Billed as "a masterpiece in every sense of the word", Rajmohan Gandhi's upcoming book "Modern South India" is promoted by its publisher Aleph as an authoritative and magnificent work of history about South India that will be read and reflected upon for years to come.

Tweets about SAMonitor
SAM Facebook