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Last Updated 02 March 2019, 19:30 IST

The reason is you
Nikita Singh
Harper Collins, 2019, pp 244, Rs 199
The author sets her words to explore emotional health, the boundaries of relationships and second chances through the story of Siddant and Akriti, who meet each other during their medical residency in Delhi.

The Prosperity Paradox
Clayton M Christensen, Efosa Ojomo, Karen Dillon
HarperBusiness, 2019, pp 368, Rs 492
Global poverty is one of the world’s most vexing problems. We’ve assumed smart people will eventually be able to change the economic trajectory of poor countries. The authors reveal a paradox at the heart of our approach to solving poverty.

Sabyn Javeri
Harper Collins, 2019, pp 215, Rs 399
The hijab is not just a garment, it is a worldview. An emblem of the assertion of a Muslim woman’s identity. This collection of short stories explores the lives of women crushed under the weight of the veil
as well as those who feel sheltered by it.

Jugaad 3.0
Simone Ahuja
Penguin, 2019, pp 288, Rs 349
This book claims to prove that every organisation’s best chance to survive and become better than ever lies within itself. Based on hundreds of interviews, as well as the author’s consulting work within companies, this identifies the competencies these corporate hackers possess.

We must be brave
Frances Liardet
Fourth Estate, 2019, pp 464, Rs 500
Spanning the sweep of the 20th century, this novel explores the fierce love that we feel for our children and the power of that love to endure. Beyond distance, beyond time, beyond life itself. A relationship forms when a woman finds a little girl in-between a war that changes everything.

Hard to love
Briallen Hopper
Bloomsbury, 2019, pp 336, Rs 1,000
This collection of essays honours the categories of love and relationships beyond marriage, the ones that are often treated as invisible or seen as secondary — friendships, kinship with adult siblings, care teams that form in times of illness, or various alternative family formations.

The Kingdom of copper
S A Chakraborty
Harper Collins, 2019, pp 640, Rs 1,405
Nahri’s life changed forever when she accidentally summoned Dara, a formidable, mysterious djinn, during one of her schemes. Thrust into the dazzling royal court of Daevabad, she needed all of her grifter instincts to survive. Now, as Nahri embraces her heritage and her power, she must forge a new path.

Brand custodian
Mukund Rajan
Harper Collins, 2019, pp 225, Rs 599
The author worked closely with Ratan Tata and got an inside view of the ups and downs, the controversies and achievements of the Tata group. He talks of what went on during those turbulent times and how the
Tatas pulled through each of these situations.

(Published 02 March 2019, 19:30 IST)

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