The Popular Science Collection

Popular Science

Speaking Tiger Publishing Private Ltd is pleased to present to you The Popular Science Collection, a set of titles carefully chosen to give adult and teenage readers an accessible way into the important questions and discoveries that shape our world today. The collection will include bestselling selections from different fields—medicine, the human body, psychology, agriculture, the science of economics, mediations on scientific thought, and more. Each title is a thoughtful, rigorous exploration of its field, presenting complex information and ideas with wit, clarity and the ability to engage a layperson’s understanding. It is a privilege to present such a diverse and exciting range of respected voices writing about the science shaping our world today.

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Colleen Taylor Sen, author of the bestselling
‘Feasts and Fasts: A History of Food in India’
, was invited to deliver the Keynote Address at Tasting India, a culinary event held at the American Centre in Kolkata on Thursday 13 February.

Amyt Datta and Shantanu Datta will be in conversation with Chandreyee Chatterjee about Calling Elvis at Kolkata Book Fair, 2pm Sat Feb 8, 2020

Fern Road by Angshu Dasgupta at OBS stall Kolkata Book Fair 2020. Fern Road portrays with quiet sensitivity a beautiful young boy’s journey through conflict, confusion, and self-acceptance.

Reviews

Paper Lions is an epic multi-generational saga of Punjab. Koonar draws on a vast canvas to present a picture in pre- and post-independent India. Book review of Paper Lions

Off the Shelf: On Books, Book People and Places Drawing upon years of reading and a long career in publishing, Sridhar Balan gives us stories and facts about some extraordinary people and places related to books. Book review of Off the Shelf: On Books, Book People and Places

Black November: Writings on the Sikh Massacres of 1984 and the Aftermath:, edited by Ishmeet Kaur Chaudhry, blatantly reveals the fact that the days of State-sponsored violence are not over. Book review of Black November

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