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World’s biggest book sale comes to Lahore
The world’s biggest 24-hour book sale, the Big Bad Wolf Sale, will begin in Lahore on April 19. More than one million books will be on sale at discounted rates.The e...
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If you could only rescue one book, which would it be?
FT writers tell us the titles they are keeping as they declutter ahead of an office move
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'I stayed up all night, because I couldn't put Elif Shafak's book down'
At the moment, I am reading through Yuval Noah Harari's books as well as John Sanei's book titled What's your Moonshot?. Both address the future and have really sharpe...
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The case for capitalism
Two new books explore whether the drivers of prosperity are compatible with democracy, writes Martin Wolf
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Pakistani book Sheeba and Private Detectives deemed favourite by UK Secr...
UK Secretary of State Penny Mordaunt has said that her favourite book is a Pakistani comic based book titled Sheeba and the Private Detectives created by the country's...
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An effervescent new novel about a soda dynasty
IT IS the sugary nectar poured down the throats of millions around the world. Water will quench your thirst; alcohol will get you drunk; soda (or cola, or pop, choose ...
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The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene’ Brown
READ MORE: CM Jam Kamal lauds security forces' role in flood relief activities A year ago when I landed at South Korea, I had no idea that this place would introduce a...
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A new book argues weakened communities threaten liberal democracy
UNTIL RECENTLY, economists’ prescription for struggling places was bloodless: let them die. “Some towns cannot be preserved”, this newspaper argued in 2013, attr...
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Your reading list for the week
Tell Her Everything is a dramatic monologue for the most part, in the voice of a man, an Indian doctor, who is talking in his head to his daughter, composing the lette...
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The Amritsar massacre was a shameful atrocity
Amritsar 1919: An Empire of Fear and the Making of a Massacre. By Kim Wagner. Yale University Press; 360 pages; $32.50 and £20.
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World’s biggest book sale comes to Lahore
The world’s biggest 24-hour book sale, the Big Bad Wolf Sale, will begin in Lahore on April 19...
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If you could only rescue one book, which w...
FT writers tell us the titles they are keeping as they declutter ahead of an office move
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'I stayed up all night, because I couldn't...
At the moment, I am reading through Yuval Noah Harari's books as well as John Sanei's book title...
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The case for capitalism
Two new books explore whether the drivers of prosperity are compatible with democracy, writes Ma...
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Pakistani book Sheeba and Private Detectiv...
UK Secretary of State Penny Mordaunt has said that her favourite book is a Pakistani comic based...
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An effervescent new novel about a soda dyn...
IT IS the sugary nectar poured down the throats of millions around the world. Water will quench ...
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The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene’ Brown
READ MORE: CM Jam Kamal lauds security forces' role in flood relief activities A year ago when I...
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A new book argues weakened communities thr...
UNTIL RECENTLY, economists’ prescription for struggling places was bloodless: let them die. ...
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Your reading list for the week
Tell Her Everything is a dramatic monologue for the most part, in the voice of a man, an Indian ...
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The Amritsar massacre was a shameful atroc...
Amritsar 1919: An Empire of Fear and the Making of a Massacre. By Kim Wagner. Yale University Pr...
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