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Book Review: ‘Notes From a Spanish Diary’ is a Grand Ode to Travel

Vani via Quint “Spain is a country for living and not for dying,” American novelist and Nobel Laureate, Ernest Hemingway famously said. It is no secret...

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Book Review: ‘Prime Time Crime’ is a Heady Cocktail of Love & Lies

Vani via Quint Year 1999, the dark, ominous underbelly of Mumbai (then Bombay) is seething with gangsters: Khalif Ahmed, Mohan Raswe and Usman Ali. Their exploits,...

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“Do You Have a Quantum Twin?” Ashwin Sanghi’s Latest Thriller Asks

Vani via Quint A seemingly innocuous job interview with a highly discreet organisation lands a young, quantum physicist in trouble when he is abducted from a...

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How a Man Cycled 22 Days to Reach the Commonwealth Games!

Vani via Quint. When I picked up Nataunki Diaries, it promised to open such urban and rural vistas of India for me as I have never...

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An Ode to Bharatanatyam: ‘Rasia’ is a Heady Mix of Love & Jealousy

Vani via Quint Born and brought up in the United States, ballet dancer, Vatsala Pandit is young, talented and free-spirited. She is also volatile in her...

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