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Advantage India: The Story of Indian Tennis

Today, tennis is deeply entrenched in India, with players like Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza the superstar who transformed women’s tennis in her country—being huge sporting icons and much sought after for endorsements.
£21.50 excluding shipping

Anatomy Of Hate

Revati Laul’s unforgettable narrative, built on a decade’s worth of research and interviews, is the very first account of the perpetrators of 2002—and a crucial new addition to the literature on violence.
£15.99 excluding shipping

Asylum: The Battle for Mental Healthcare in India

What did all of this mean for the treatment and care of the mentally ill? Daman Singh looks for answers to these questions in this intriguing account of a little-known battle spanning a century and more.
£14.99 excluding shipping

Bit of Everything

As he struggles to survive his foreignness, stumbling from one accidental relationship to another, a series of bombings in London blasts Kashmir right back into his life.
£17.50 excluding shipping

Book of Rahim and other Poems

An Exquisite Collection of Poems by One of India's Foremost poets.
£13.99 excluding shipping

Born to Bat: A Story Inspired by Mithali Raj

This is a charming book about a little girl with big dreams!
£9.99 excluding shipping

Braving the Bullet: A Story Inspired by Malala Yousufzei

The possibilities, hopes and dreams that were once Malala’s, now belong to little girls everywhere.
£9.99 excluding shipping

Cinema of Satyajit Ray

He also speaks to a number of the master’s collaborators as well as other directors and critics to truly understand Ray and his work.Packed with delightful anecdotes and fresh insights, The Cinema of Satyajit Ray is an essential book for every cinephile’s library.
£17.50 excluding shipping