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In Hyderabad, the government...
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GREY AREAS, AN ANTHOLOGY OF INDIAN FICTION ON AGEING
edited by Ira Raja, OUP, Rs 695
This volume brings together, for the first time, a collection of writings on ageing, from a range of Indian languages. The compilation includes Krishna Baldev Vaid’s play about an abandoned old woman who becomes Mother India; Chaman Nahal’s story about a 91-year-old man who returns to his old haveli; Arun Kolatkar’s poem about an ageing beggar.
MUMBAI FABLES by Gyan Prakash, Harper Collins, Rs 599
Both spectacle and ruin, Mumbai exemplifies the cosmopolitan metropolis. It is not just a big city but also a soaring vision of modern urban life. Mumbai Fables explores the mythic inner life of this legendary city as visualised by its inhabitants, journalists, planners, writers, artists, filmmakers and political activists.
NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION LAW by Sairam Bhatt, Sage, Rs 1,100
This book advocates that the role of environmental law should not be restricted to mere prevention and control of pollution but encompass conservation and regeneration of natural resources. The book reflects India’s policy on resource conservation and highlights international laws on arbitration in environmental matters.