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30 Oct

Azadi by Arundhati Roy

Book Review by Satnam Kaur   ABSTRACT “State is a necessary evil,” when said by Thomas Paine, sounded like a quote which in times sounded true and was often put into question sometimes. How much evil? In what terms? In controlling the liberty of citi...

23 Oct

Toba Tek Singh- Saadat Hasan Manto

By Itika Agarwal   Abstract: In Thomas Stephen Szasz’s words- “Insanity is the only sane reaction to an insane society.” Written by Saadat Hasan Manto in 1955, ‘Toba Tek Singh’ highlights how the lunatic Bishan Singh gave a response, which was saner ...

16 Oct

Roses in December by M. C. Chagla

Book Review by Hamza Lakdawala   Abstract There is one autobiography which is suggested by almost all lawyers, professors, and law school seniors in India – M. C. Chagla’s Roses In December. Justice Chagla is one of the most celebrated judges of...

02 Oct

Why I Am A Hindu By Shashi Tharoor

Book Review by Jayant Chopra Abstract The book has been divided into 3 sections and 7 chapters, respectively. The book covers vast areas ranging from the very roots of Hinduism to finally coming full circle to hindutva and today’s Hinduism. Sec...