From new recipes such as Eggless Rose and Raspberry Tiramisu, Gourmet Chikki, Passion Fruit Truffles, to delicious macaron variants and savoury treats such as Cacio Pepe cookies and Chutney Cheese Pull-Apart Bread, Coming Home has something for everyone.
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Can’t Believe It’s Eggless lives up to its name with delicious recipes that are second to none, where renowned Indian pastry chef Pooja Dhingra offers invaluable tips on how to stock your pantry, choose the right substitute for eggs, and perfect the art of baking.
The Treaty of Versailles and Remaking of the World 1919–2019 commemorates the Treaty and its epochal aftermath across a century. The authors narrate the causes of World War I; the growth of two rival European camps, their conflicting imperial ambitions, the subjugation of Asia and Africa, the glorification of militarism and the commencement of a frenetic arms race.
Set in the city of Mumbai, In Good Faith traces the lives of Rahul, Zahi and Vivek, their loves, their hopes, fears and aspirations, as they wind their way through medical college confronting disease and death, anger and violence, joy and hope. Finding sustenance always in the undying spirit of human beings, they each finally discover their own reason to become healers.
My Ajji and I chronicles the life of my grandmother. Her inspiring story spanning a century, tells you how Akkutai got herself educated, became a doctor, re-married, worked and brought up a family in the jungles of East Africa and later set up her own maternity home in India to promote safe motherhood.
Interspersed with fascinating photographs, Whilst At Chader takes you through preparing your trekking gear in painstaking detail and acclimatizing in the rarefied heights, that range from 3,178 to 3,390 meters above sea level. With daytime temperatures ranging from -5°C to -10°C and the night temperature dropping to as low as -40°C, the Chader Trek is not for the faint-hearted.
Electoral Democracy answers, explains and discusses threadbare a key question: Can India call itself an electoral democracy?
This is the first time such due diligence has been done on India’s ‘electoral democracy,’ which many have so far taken for granted, never mind the cancerous growth in the systematic efforts to destroy the probity of election processes.
Started in 1968 by graduates of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, the Front for Rapid Economic Advancement of India, or FREA, ran an ‘involvement programme’ which took over 350 students from different professional colleges all over India to more than 40 rural and urban projects across the country. Enquiring Minds explores different facets of this unique experiment 50 years after it began, through the memories of those who participated in it.
The Magical Body combines insights from a regression therapist and a medical doctor, and goes into the deeper understanding of body awareness and the factors influencing our body. After all, we are much more than our physical body and the body is far more than our normal perception of it as just a bundle of tissues and muscles.
On 06/06/06, the world’s population crossed 6.66 billion. Any further increase could only occur at the cost of other species and future generations. This triggered the Devil’s Game. From the Templars of Tomar to the Doomsday Chest in London, from the Tomb of Amir Timur to the Shadowless Pagoda of Wuhan, Siobhan and Reginalli, follow the trail of carnage left by each page of the Devil’s Prayer.
Written by veteran public policy analyst Dr N. Bhaskara Rao, The Green Puzzle tells the story of how India has approached environmental issues that affect our daily lives and offers a ray of light while reminding the world of the challenges and opportunities that we face.
Rejuvenating the Republic examines the very idea of the Republic, the various perceptions about it and the ambiguities and dilemmas associated with it. The book not only identifies the problem areas but also suggests much-needed initiatives in the form of ‘transformational interventions’.
When Geeta is befriended by Anil, they develop a bond that she can’t explain. As Anil weaves his story, Geeta begins to realize that he might not be a complete stranger and that their lives are entwined closer than she could ever have imagined.
BLOCS narrates the stories of the Cold War in a way that gives a human face to the huge ideological battle which divided the world into Blocs, but perhaps, brought its people closer in the legacy of a shared history.
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