BOOKS - WRITERS - 2019 FEBRUARY

February 9

The President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, received the first copy of the book titled “Law, Justice and Judicial Power – Justice PN Bhagwati’s Approach”
The Public Interest Litigation, PIL tradition is an Indian contribution to the practice of law.
The process of justice delivery and the idealism and simplicity of the Supreme Court responding to even a petition filed on a postcard is worthy of appreciation.
Mr. Kovind received the first copy of the book “Law, Justice and Judicial Power - Justice PN Bhagwati’s Approach” from Chief Justice of India Justice RanjanGogoi.
Justice Bhagwati’s has been called the father of public interest litigation in India.

February 13

Malay & Arindam Chaudhuri’s new book ‘What Marx Left Unsaid’ released today
Indian Politician and author, Manish Tewari, launched ‘What Marx Left Unsaid’ – Production of Skills by Means of Skills, authored by Dr. Malay Chaudhari, Dr. Arindam Chaudhry and Che Kabir Chaudhari at Indian International Centre, New Delhi.
The book speaks about why human beings must earn as per their skills, which will in turn determine their ability to contribute to society.
The book is deemed special as it is written jointly by 3 generations of authors of the same family.
The book is published by Times Group.
“Let’s Talk On Air: Conversations with Radio Presenters “by Rakesh Anand Bakshi released
On the occasion of World Radio Day (WRD-2019), on February 13, the book titled “Let’s Talk On Air: Conversations with Radio Presenters” has been released. It has been authored by Rakesh Anand Bakshi.
This book is depicted as the comprehensive guide on radio-presenting in India.
This book explains the lives of 14 popular radio presenters in India – from the legendary Ameen Sayani to present-day RJs who have been entertaining us via the airwaves.

February 14

P. Chidambaram book Undaunted: Saving the Idea of India launched by Hamid Ansari
Former Vice President Hamid Ansari launched the new book of former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram named “Undaunted: Saving the Idea of India” at Nehru Memorial Museum, New Delhi.
The book is a collection of essays on the country’s atmosphere of fear and how the constitutional values are being threatened.

February 15

Pranab to release book of Venkaiah Naidu's speeches
The book, a compilation of speeches of the Vice President titled "Selected Speeches: Volume-1" will be released by former President Pranab Mukherjee at Vigyan Bhavan.
The book comprises selected speeches delivered by Mr. Naidu at more than 400 meetings since his assumption of office on August 11, 2017.
They provide an insight into his vision and perspective on a wide range of issues confronting the nation. During his interactions, he has been focusing on agriculture, youth and education, science and technology and culture.

February 17

Governor of West Bengal, Keshari Nath Tripathi launches book 'Simplicity & Wisdom' authored by Mr. Dinesh Shahra
‘Simplicity & Wisdom’ written by Dinesh Shahra was launched at Parmarth Ashram in KumbhMela. Launched by the Governor of West Bengal– Keshari Nath Tripathi and Swami Chidanand Saraswati, Head of Parmarth Ashram, this book is dedicated to Late Vedanti Swami Pragananandji.
The book aims at guiding towards saintly wisdom and leading a content and happy life.
Book containing Venkaiah Naidu’s selected speeches released by Pranab Mukherjee
Former President Pranab Mukherjee released the book containing selected speeches of Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu at a function in New Delhi.
The book is a compilation of 92 speeches of Mr. Naidu. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Mukherjee said the speeches reflect the wide experience of Mr. Naidu in public affairs.

February 18

Banned Punjabi poem on Jallianwala massacre to be published in English after 99 years
The poem 'Khooni Vaisakhi', written by Punjabi writer Nanak Singh on the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, was banned by the British after its publication in 1920. The poem was a scathing critique of the British Raj.
The poet was presented at Jallianwala Bagh on April 13, 1919, thus he compiled the traumatic experience in his poem ''Khooni Vaisakhi''.
This poem was banned by the British after its publication in 1920 as this poem was a blasting critique of the British.
After so many years, this poem was rediscovered and was translated to English by Navdeep Suri.
To mark the centenary of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, this poem will be published by Harper Collins.

February 27

Venkaiah Naidu Launches Dr. H. Chaturvedi’s Book on 'Quality, Accreditation & Ranking' at New Delhi.
The book titled 'Quality, Accreditation and Ranking - A Silent Revolution in the Offing in Indian Higher Education' was released by the Hon'ble Vice President Venkaiah Naidu.
The book is edited by Education Promotion Society for India’s (EPSI) Alternate President Dr. H. Chaturvedi in New Delhi.
On this occasion, the University Grants Commission of India (UGC) Chairman, Dr. DP Singh and Management Guru Padma Shri Dr. Pritam Singh were present as the guest of honour.


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