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The Indian paradox
A new book about India looks at a society that is still trying to come to grips with modernity
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'Obambi' bites back
US presidential candidate Barack Obama touts his optimism and street smarts
A foreign focus
Stories and images collected from sixty years of international reporting on HM the King add up to a vivid and....
Norman Mailer dies
Mailer was one of the most innovative and diverse writers in the United States
Princess Di "sleek but sad": speech
Biographer's speech fascinates the crowd with the touching story of Diana's serious purpose in life.
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Teacups empty, saucers fly
Timothy Good keeps phoning home with evidence that the world's governments are covering up the alien....
Hopes watered down
The story of the Dutch engineer recruited in 1902 to irrigate Siam. No one was smiling after this episode ....
Another parenting magazine that diverges from the usual topics with a look at cool dads.
By Jonathan Kaplan Published by Picador, 2007 Available at Asia Books
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Tuk-Tuk to the Road
By Antonia BolingbrokeKent and Jo Huxster Published by Friday Books Available at Asia Books, Bt495
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Creating a cop called Costa
David Hewson, in Bangkok to unveil not one but two new novels, says if you only write what you know,....
Grace and fun and freedom
In his second book on the subject, Brian Mertens remains effusive in his admiration for Thai art and design -....
Revealing the realm
A new book on Angkor by photographer Martin Reeves transports the reader into a dream world
New light on Suu Kyi
Justin Wintle once saw Burma's icon of democracy riding a bicycle at Oxford. He's learned a lot....
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