Book Review

‘Sindhi Tapestry’: Sindhis are not like snakes, they are like spiders

How an anthology of works by 60 Sindhi writers from around the world came to life Saaz Aggarwal explains how…

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The Plunder of Hyderabad

The Company looted and put on auction all the public and private property including gold and silver, furniture, crockery, all…

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Aaradhni and Progressive Sufi Subjecthood

Novel Aaradhni is weaved around the Sufi themes of freedom of expression, intellectual difference of opinion, inter-religious harmony, tolerance, and…

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Dodo Soomro’s Death: Study of Opera ‘Doday Soomray Jo Moat’

Though translation is not an easy task but Prof. Janjhi has made it easy to understand for the people, who…

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‘I Doubt, Therefore I Am’: Revisiting Mirza Ghalib’s Poetry

The book follows in Ghalib’s footsteps and while familiarizing the reader with his forever implicit questioning leaves the reader to…

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Bhutto: My Master

Yusuf Lodhi’s first book “Bhutto My Master” was banned in 1974. It is out of print and not available in…

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Tear Gas: From the Battlefields of World War I to the Streets of Today

It seems there is a universal pact among experts in industry, academia and government not to question these extremely toxic…

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Serbian writer’s Travelogue “Letters from Egypt” published in Arabic

The travelogue is published on the occasion of the jubilee – 95 years since the stay of the Serbian writer…

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There is life after the Nobel Prize

The Nobel-winning neuroscientist has been studying connections on an ever-grander scale. By Alison Abbott In 1996, Denise Kandel warned her…

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Enslaved Women as American Revolutionaries

A specialist in the studies of slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and women’s history, Cook-Bell tells in her book…

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