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To buy/rent this book, click here Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s media advisor during UPA-1, Sanjaya Baru, has tried, in all his capacity, to restore the PM’s now hampered reputation, by presenting his side of the story about the PMO, the UPA government and the many key controversies that emerged during Singh’s ten year tenure, in his new tell-all, ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’. Baru presents Dr. Singh’s excellent academic career and political skills.
To buy/rent this book, click here Kingshuk Nag, the Resident Editor of the Times of India’s Hyderabad edition, presents in his book a balanced picture of Narendra Damodardas Modi’s political life, and his rise from being a mere RSS member to becoming BJP’s prime ministerial candidate in the 2014 General Elections. In this highly debatable period of a candidate’s credibility, Nag’s book does not arouse intense feelings in the reader; instead.
To buy/rent this book, click here “He says he looked into my eyes and fell in love. He told people, ‘I know there is something special about this child’.” This is how the book describes Ziauddin Yousafzai’s reaction on the birth of his daughter Malala. Her name is Malala Yousafzai, named after Malalai of Maiwand, the greatest heroine of Afghanistan, and this is her story. The story of her nation, her.