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Books

Can God Die?

Arshia Sattar

War and morality in the Mahabharata

Who Killed My Son?

An Indian-origin mother chronicles her 25-year-long battle for justice in the UK

Jawaharlal Nehru: The Man and the Myth

The rediscovery of Jawaharlal Nehru

Moni Mohsin: Flights of the Butterfly

Moni Mohsin returns with her party-going, status-chasing, protagonist. She tells Bhavya Dore why she looks at Pakistani society through a gossipy socialite

A Pause in Berlin

Amit Chaudhuri’s new novel is interested not in events but the interruptions

Jerry Pinto: Mumbai on His Mind

Jerry Pinto’s new novel is about urban adolescence in the eighties. He speaks to Open about the humiliations of college and the joys of language

The Fall of Red Fort

Oral histories chronicling the end of the Mughals

The Sword of Shivaji

Bringing the legend of the warrior king to a new generation

‘You have got to be optimistic in a young country,’ says Rohini Nilekani

Rohini Nilekani speaks to Open about creating a balance between the state, communities and the marketplace

Eternal City

A poetic battle to write and find love in a new place

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