Latest Books in News- Current Affairs 2015

Most Popular books , award winning books, Controversial books in News

 Name of Author
Dreaming Big: My Journey to Connect India

Sam Pitroda
Dr. Sam Pitroda is better known as “The father of India’s communication revolution”.

A Brief History of Seven Killings

 Marlon James

Jamaican writer won Man Booker Prize 2015 for the book
The Year of the Runaways

 Sunjeev Sahota
Book by Indian-origin British author shortlisted for Booker Prize
Neither a hawk, nor a dove - An insider's account of Pakistan's foreign policy

 Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri
Book by Pakistani politician launched in India. 
Pigeons of the Domes: Stories on Communalism

Rakhshanda Jalil
Explores communalism through short stories from across the country 


 Jonathan Franzen
 Novel by American author tells the intersecting stories of several different people

The Clintons' War on Women

Roger Stone and Robert Morrow 
Was controversial as it reveals how Bill and Hillary Clinton systematically abused women and others.

Ae Mane Hamesha Yaad Raheshe (I will remember that forever).

 Anandiben Patel

Book by Gujarat CM on her journey from a teacher to a politician 
All the Light We Cannot See
 Anthony Doerr
 2015 Pulitzer award winning book for fiction
War's Unwomanly Face
 Svetlana Alexievich
 Book by 2015 Nobel Prize winner

Forging Capitalism in Nehru’s India

 Nasir Tyabji
 Explores the political economy of  India from Independence to the 1970s
 Manushyanu oru Aamukham
 Subhash Chandran
 Award winning book 2015 Vayalar Award

Hindu: Jagnyachi Samrudhha Adgal

Bhalchandra Nemade

 Jnanpith Award 2014
 Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights
 Salman Rushdie
 New novel by British Indian novelist.
 Call me Dave

 Isabel Oakeshott,  Michael Ashcroft
 New book on British Prime minister Cameron’s Oxford days causes stir

 After the Dark

 Sanjay Suri
Book on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots reinforces the belief that the Congress was complicit in the massacre and its subsequent cover-ups.
 Mrs Funnybones
 Twinkle Khanna
Indian non-fiction book by wife of Akshay Kumar

 To the Brink and Back: India's 1991 Story

 Jairam Ramesh
 By Congress politician and economist about events leading to the path-breaking economic liberalisation unveiled by Rao’s government with Manmohan Singh as the Union finance minister

 Making India Awesome

 Chetan Bhagat
 Focuses on some huge social problems that India faces and how youngsters can come forward 


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