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The Man Who Divided India: An Insight Into Jinnah's Leadership And Its Aftermath
[Borrowed the book from Shailesh.:]

Provides some interesting perspective. One of the arguments of the author is that Jinnah wasn't even a believer in
Jan 2005
Nov 09, 2009
Commentaries on Living 1
This book came to me very highly recommended as one of the most sophisticated books on the philosophy of life. It's a collection of essays, so I rando ...more
Jan 2009
Jun 11, 2010
Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies
liked it
On a related note, this( Atlantic article talks about the tragedy of the native populations of the Americas: ...more
Jan 2008
Nov 15, 2009
2 States: The Story of My Marriage
Chetan Bhagat's writings epitomize the superfluous Indian society, in black and white. And this latest one from India's 'bestselling Author' is no exc ...more
Dec 19, 2009
Feb 17, 2010
The Discovery of India
I came across this piece of old news that gives a lot of insight into Nehru's stand on corruption in high offices.

Jan 2005
Nov 09, 2009
Autobiography of a Yogi
Gets really spooky; the author's life and the world that he inhabits is full of miracles, and divine interventions. It's like he was in a parallel uni ...more
Jan 2006
Nov 18, 2009
A Thousand Suns
Borrowed it from H12 Library, or from someone in H12 (KC? who in turn got it from H12 Library).
It's a collection of real stories of some extraordinar
Jan 2005
Nov 09, 2009
A Writer's Nightmare: Selected Essays (1958-1988)
Jan 2005
Nov 14, 2009