Book Review

How the peanut trade prolonged slavery

Review of the new book ‘Slaves for Peanuts: A Story of Conquest, Liberation, and a Crop That Changed History’ authored…

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1801, the year of colonial carnage in Tamil Nadu

The haunting era is brought to life in ‘1801’, IAS Officer M. Rajendran’s novel B. Kolapan The year 1801 may…

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Who are Europe’s indigenous Muslims?

The Ottoman Empire arrived in Europe in the 15th century, famously besieging Vienna twice, yet its territorial gains shrank over…

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On the Sati and Sufi trail in Pakistan

Based on her travels, the book looks at the significance of Sati’s suffering and sacrifice Khan completed her book in…

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Khushwant Singh’s book ‘Train to Pakistan’ makes Sindhis to recall pains of partition

It was the British authorities’ decision to split the British Indian Empire into the sovereign states of Pakistan and India.…

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Winston Churchill: His Times, His Crimes

Churchill’s crimes include the brutal assault on the Greek Resistance, the Bengal Famine that cost over 3 million Indian lives,…

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Sindh’s history discussed at world level

In ‘A Book of Conquest’, Manan Ahmed Asif explains why the narrative of Islam in South Asia have been historically…

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No Dinner Party

The book brings together revolution’s most ardent theorists and its fiercest critics. Danny Bird As Mao Zedong put it, a…

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Chennai – A home to Sindhis and other communities

The book is a compilation of personal stories told by individuals from different communities — Parsis, Sindhis, Bengalis, and Punjabis…

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The Great Wall of Sindh

Very scant literature is available regarding the history and origin of the fort. Many theories have been advanced to trace…

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